Director of PlayStation Network Operations, Eric Lempel said in the recent firmware 2.4 video walkthrough that custom soundtracks will be supported and alluded to the fact that all games would support the feature.
Ha. Looks like custom soundtracks will just play over the muisc that is playing. He did say he turned off the PixelJunk music before he played his song. But I really like how we can launch games inside of games though. That's pretty cool and saves time too. Next video they'll be talking about trophies for 5 minutes.
Microsoft's patent explicitly states "gaming machine" whilst the PS3 is an entertainment machine.
excellent indeed... indeed...
And whats the good news because i allready have this on my xbox360
http://www.n4g.com/PopUpPag... Welcome this guy to yours by clicking that link. lOl...."whats the good news" this guy says. Maybe....just maybe if 360 could play every PS3 game & still be free online that would make a little sense.
your box is now even more obsolete, 360 gets worse everyday whilst PS3 gets better everyday. I should know i have had both machines but flogged the 360 before it was totally worthless. Anyone wanna buy a 299.99 refurb ?? only RROD once or maybe twice or perhaps even 3 times *cough*
PLEASE don't respond to this moron. Take a look at his bio, his past comments, his multiple accounts. He just wants to get people worked up, so don't feed this troll. He never responds or acknowledges your comments, so just disagree, ignore, and keep on moving. 2.4 FTW!!!
yeah 360 has had it for years ..sony tries to copy 360 too much :/ means they know their console isnt as good.
lol, I like the story pic :p
This(Custom Soundtrack) is one of the features that I'm most excited about for the 2.40 update.
Im gonna have to sort out my music folder now. Its a complete mess. I have about 150 nameless songs in the "Unknown" catagory, *sigh* that's an evening gone. But really happy ps3's getting this feature
I can't believe PS3 is just now getting this, come on Sony the first xbox had this for crying out loud!
your comment matches the guy in your avatar. you must be pretty pissed right about now. now go and figure out something else to complain about. i mean, you can follow the marts strategy and say..............."what happen to your different coloured ps3's sony". he started that a whole month ago.lol on topic: this is the feature i was most excited about. at first, i thought he was dodging the music section but it seemed like he wanted to surprise me when he showed that. i love the idea of messaging people in game but thats just a way to communicating better where as custom soundtracks is a way of enjoying your game more to me. but 2.4 is MORE than i expected. thankyou sony and knowing that there doing this WITHOUT us funding them and were still getting a video service and home free makes me appreciate sony that much more.....
your attitude is the reason you didn't have this feature at launch. You are thanking them for giving you something that you should have had when the console launched years ago? Something a cheaper supposedly inferior console has had for two generations. WOW
Mr Marbles - I would rather have stability (no RRoD) with more features later, than a feature full machine that has to be returned every month. Whatever the feature arguments was - the PS3 caught up on the software side - and still has BR. No chance of the XB360 catching up with that now.
"I can't believe PS3 is just now getting this, come on Sony the first xbox had this for crying out loud!" Please refresh my memory and tell me when it was possible to pull up a guide in the Xbox 1 during anytime during the game... It didn't have a universal messaging system. None of that. Some games allowed you to have custom soundtracks and messaging. That's it.
I don't store music on my PS3 hdd...I stream music to my ps3 and 360 from my computer via windows media connect...you think I'll still be allowed to use the feature? he mentions in the video "music stored on you hdd."
Man, my dreams has come true! FINALLLLYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY !. *cough* I'm really exciting for this. ^__^
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