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How to choose a Video Games Console

Posted by on Sep 27, 2010 in Nintendo Wii, PS3, PS3 Consoles, Wii Console, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Consoles | 0 comments

Choosing a video games console to buy can sometimes be confusing. How do you decide on which gaming console to buy? what are the pros and cons of each gaming console? The three most popular consoles in the market today are the Sony’s PlayStation 3 , Nintendo’s Wii and the Xbox 360. Sony’s PlayStation 3- Pros This is a powerful gaming console for all HD lovers. Better graphics and sound quality. Ability to play Blu-ray movies. Can upscale old DVDs. Supports a wide variety of HD TV resolutions 480i, 480p 720p, 1080i, 1080p. It is compatible with previous generations of PS and PS2 games (However backward compatibility is not availabe for PS2 games on the PS3 Slim consoles). Less noisy than the Xbox 360 console. Can download games, music and much more from the PlayStation Network . Sony PlayStation...

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A Guide To Choosing The Best PS3 Game

Posted by on Sep 25, 2010 in PS3, PS3 Games | 0 comments

For the individual that is new to the video game phenomenon, choosing a PlayStation 3 game for that particular console might seem confusing at first. There are a myriad of options to choose from. Making smart choices however that will provide entertainment value, doesn’t have to be a frustrating or complicated issue. In choosing a PS3 game, the person should consider who will be playing the particular title. It’s important to choose an age appropriate game that is suitable for the intended player. Every game has a rating which enables consumers to base their choices accordingly. For instance, if purchasing the PlayStation 3 game for a preschooler, there are choices that incorporate fun with a learning aspect. Educational games for preschoolers and school-age children can also be fun. Some of these have activities that incorporate an action style of game...

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Buy Playstation 3 slim vs Old Playstation 3

Posted by on Sep 22, 2010 in PS3, PS3 Consoles | 0 comments

You are probably reading this article because you are considering whether to buy PlayStation 3 slim or stick with your old PlayStation 3 console (if you have got one). In this article I will be highlighting five main differences between the two consoles. Console Size The newer version of the PlayStation 3 console has notably changed to a slimmer and smaller design (hence the name slim). The Slim console has got the following dimensions: height 29 centimeters, width 29 centimeters and weighs just over 7 pounds. In addition the console has got a nice Matty finish in comparison to the old glossy style of the previous boxes. Third-Party Software The ability to install third-party software such as Linux has been taken away in the slim version of the box, however most users might not find a need for this. Games...

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How to Connect a PS3 Console to the PlayStation Network

Posted by on Sep 22, 2010 in PS3 Consoles | 0 comments

If you have a PlayStation 3 Console and an Internet connection, you can easily connect to the PlayStation 3 Network by using the easy steps below. First, make sure that you have a working Internet connection. You will need a high-speed broadband Internet connection in order to properly utilize the capabilities of the PlayStation Network. Second, ensure that you have a way to connect your PS3 Console to the internet. You will need either a working router or an Ethernet cable. Third, turn on your PlayStation 3 Console and go to Settings. Choose “Network Settings” and select the “Internet Connection” option. Hit the “yes” option when the pop up menu asks if you would like to connect to the Internet. Fourth, follow the prompts to set up your Internet connection. The options will vary according to which type of...

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Xbox 360 Elite 250GB vs PS3 Slim 250GB

Posted by on Sep 22, 2010 in PS3, PS3 Consoles, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Consoles | 0 comments

Much has changed since Sony introduced the PlayStation 3 and Microsoft the Xbox 360. Game libraries have expanded, prices have fallen, and even system configuration options have widened considerably. Gamers can now find entry into the console world for as little as £80, and if they want top shelf, they have two options reasonably priced at around £250. In one corner, we have the premium Xbox 360 console, the Elite 250GB, and in the other, we have the select PS3 console, the Slim 250GB. Now that Sony has brought the PS3 price in line with the Xbox, this is no longer a factor. So what about the unit design? Both companies have updated the style using a black matte finish, but the PS3 console has a modern flare. The Xbox 360 console, on the other hand, looks outdated and...

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