The 1Seg Tuner for Sony PSP will be released on September 20th, 2007 at the recommended retail price of $57. The device will be compatible exclusively with the new PSP-2000 redesign, so current PSP owners are out of luck.
According to Reuters, Sony will launch its trimmed down PSP on September 20th in the Japanese market with the price tag of $162. In case you didn’t know, the new Sony PSP is lighter, slimmer, features improved battery life, and faster loading times. The gadget also can be plugged into a TV for big-screen play, about F-ing time!
Not much info is available on the PSP-S310 Digital TV tuner except that the device will be available when the Sony PSP Slim goes on sale in September 20th 2007. It will retail for $58. The unit comes with an extendable antenna and is the same size as the Sony PSP camera unit. Unfortunately, the gadget will work only in Japan, because it is the only place where you can get One-Seg terrestrial digital broadcasts.
Electronic Arts has launched The Sims Bowling for the Apple iPod. The game comes to life with vibrant graphics, sound effects, and multiple game modes. In this game, you can create a Sim and compete in a popularity contest, or bowl against a friend in “Pass-n-Play” and makes The Sims crowd go wild! Priced at just $4.99, the game requires a 5th generation iPod with iPod Software 1.2 or later. Sadly, the Sim Bowling is not compatible with the Apple iPhone.
Some modders have created a soon-to-be mod for the Sony PSP. The mod allows users to have force feedback activated by sound. Hit the play button to watch the video.
The map packs for the Lost Planet will be available completely free of charge on both the Xbox 360 and PC.