Here’s a commericial hovering around YouTube for the PSP GPS hardware. The GPS hardware is an upcoming release by Sony.
From the monthly archives:
EIDOS Interactive has launched Ford Bold Moves Street Racing which delivers you a chance to race 18 officially licensed high performance Ford vehicles from the classic 1968 Mustang GT to the new scorching hot 2007 Shelby GT500. Ford Street Racing is still pushing boundaries by delivering unique features such as the trademarked Maximum Team Control™ which allows players to switch on-the-fly between a team of three vehicles to dominate a race. A progressive damage system also adds a new element of realism to the game, allowing every hit your vehicle takes to affect the appearance, performance, and drivability of the vehicle.
The new Prey downloadable content will be free, both for the PC and Xbox360. The pack will include new maps and weapons, plus extra playable characters. Although a spokesperson from 3D Realms announced that the new content will be free, there was no release date mentioned.
Wii games will not be region-free according to Nintendo UK’s General Manager David Yarnton. Nintendo of America was incorrect in announcing that the Wii would be region-free, and that the console will in fact be “region-locked.” It means that games bought in one region won’t work on a console of another region, shattering hopes that imported games would work without any kind of special hacking.
EA has signed a deal with Nokia which will bring seven of EA’s coolest titles to Nokia’s cell phones. The games, such as The Sims, Doom, Tetris and FIFA 07, will be distributed over Nokia’s “Content Discoverer Portal”, which is available in their latest models. However, I can’t imagine trying to play Doom on a 1 inch x 2 inch display screen. There’s no word on how much Nokia will cost for cell phone users.