Archive for Singstar

GOONL!NE Review: Singstar: Motown

Posted in PlayStation 3, Reviews with tags , , , on September 14, 2010 by David Pitchforth

Developer: Studio London
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Console Played On: Playstation 3
Also on: N/A (PS3 Exclusive)
Release Date: Friday September 18th 2009
Age Rating: E for Everyone
Reviewed by: David Pitchforth

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Sony unveil SingStar Remote

Posted in PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios with tags on April 28, 2010 by James Love

Sony have shown off a new feature for their SingStar range which will bring functionality to both the PlayStation 3 and the PSP.

Called SingStar Remote, it will come as part of the June update for SingStar and will allow you to connect PSP and PS3 to create a playlist of up to 20 songs.


Cologne 2009: PlayStation Home Recieves New Spaces

Posted in GamesCOM - Cologne 2009, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Home, PlayStation Network, Trade Shows 2009 with tags , , , on August 18, 2009 by James Love


Sony has announced 2 new spaces coming soon to PlayStation Home in the near future.

A SingStar space is first up, which will incorporate  “a music quiz, a video jukeboz, an interactive dance floor, and more to come.”

In a surprising announcement, Sony have announced that German automotive giant Audi will have their own Home space coming before the end of the year, but no details of what it’ll feature, virtual showrooms maybe, or a test track? Additionally, Audi will be bringing Home content in September in advance of their space.

There’ll be new moves and animations too, so you can further annoy other people in Home in a variety of ways.

Last but not least, Home will get a new update in September which will include a new shrinking potion and much more besides.

Cologne 2009: SingStar: Beatles coming

Posted in EA, GamesCOM - Cologne 2009, PlayStation 3, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, Trade Shows 2009 with tags , , , , , on August 18, 2009 by James Love


MCV are reporting that Sony have tied a deal with EA to release a SingStar game based on the songs of 60’s band The Beatles.

The game is set to launch in September this year along side the The Beatles: Rock Band game from EA, and it will be an instrument-free port of the game to a degree.

The Beatles will be the fourth band to have their own dedicated SingStar game following in the steps of ABBA, Queen and Take That.

Resistance 2 Out on November 28th

Posted in PlayStation 3 with tags , , , , , on October 13, 2008 by Jonathan Cullen

Sony’s just confirmed it’s line-up of First Party games in Europe and nailed down a date for most of them. While there are PS2 and PSP titles in there, we’re gonna focus on the PS3 titles. The most important one on that list is Resistance 2, it has now been confirmed that the game will now release on November 28th, much later then the American release of November 4th and even more so then the Japanese release date of November 13th.

It effectively kills off any chance of the game going head to head on November 7th with Gears of War2 on the Xbox 360 releasing on the same day.

They also confirm other dates for Motorstorm Pacific Rift and more, that is after the jump.

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Leipzig 08: Full Sony Conference Now Available to Watch

Posted in PlayStation 3 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 21, 2008 by Jonathan Cullen

Gamespot have posted up a video of the entire English segment of yesterday’s Press Conference by Sony at GC in Leipzig where they announced LittleBigPlanet for October 29th, a 160GB PLAYSTATION 3, a new PSP and unveiled for the very first time Heavy Rain.

Link is after the jump.

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Leipzig 08: Sony’s Press Conference – What Happened

Posted in Livetext, PlayStation 3 with tags , , , , , , , on August 20, 2008 by Jonathan Cullen

Sony had their GC press conference earlier. In it, a release date for LittleBigPlanet, a shitload of new Singstar games including Singstar Vol 3 (Please include another Radiohead song), a new PSP model and a new music store. But the biggest moment of the conference came in the unveilment of Heavy Rain.

Everything that happened is after the jump.

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