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The Playstation ducks return in Super Rub'a'Dub

Sony's Phil Harrison held his D.I.C.E keynote today with the help of some very familiar faces. Typically seen in the thousands, the rubber duckies of the Playstation brand are Sony's secret weapons when it comes to fancy technical demonstrations. Having paid their dues, the next big thing for the rubber wonders is a Playstation Network title by the name of Super Rub'a'Dub.

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DJ3637d ago

I'm glad they're putting PS3-oriented content on the Playstation Network rather than charging 5~10 bucks for 20-year-old arcade titles.

HaKeRsCanRotINHEL3637d ago

have you been a miserable prick all your life!?

PureGamer3637d ago

have you been a imature prick all your life? he he just messing good stuff sony.

HaKeRsCanRotINHEL3637d ago

just you and DJ.

he he just messing +__-

PS360PCROCKS3637d ago

Hey DJ no one said it was "free"

PS360PCROCKS3637d ago (Edited 3637d ago )

Oh and I'd rather pay and play paperboy than control a duck in a pond with a controller "Wee look at me mommy I'm controllin a ducky" this just goes to show the kiddie demographic of PS sometimes.

coolfool3637d ago

Just because a game is released that targets a younger deomgraphic doesn't mean that the whole company's strategy for a console is also targetted the say way.

They are just trying to release games that account for a wide variety of tastes.

Simple.

PS360PCROCKS3636d ago

Lol I didn't mean the whole system, sorry I was irritated with someone when I made that post kinda spilled over and made it sound angry. Also Viva Pinata is very fun to play, but this, this just looks lame, I'm sorry.

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