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Sony Ferrari PS3 Kit Exposed. First Pictures

If you have bucket loads of money and want the ultimate Sony Ferrari PS3 kit the answer is the Australian developed SX02 GT Challenge Simulator that incorporates a full Ferrari simulator with a PS3 that blurs the line between virtual and reality.

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ITR6269d ago

Nice. I bet it costs as much as a new car though.

InMyOpinion6269d ago

I wonder if it has rumble...

gta_cb6269d ago

sorry but i did find that funny lol, its like you dont even care how much it costs!

Premonition6269d ago

Pretty cool, i wish a video of it playing could be posted one day.

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Happy Birthday PlayStation 3 - Three Years of Exclusives, Blu-ray & Court Orders

As amazing as it may seem given Sony Computer Entertainment's track record with the PlayStation franchise, the PlayStation 3 has undoubtedly been the outside bet for the current-generation since it's launch back in March 2007. Arriving late in Europe, with successful Japanese and North American launches already under its belt, an incredibly high price-tag and it's underdog status has seen the PlayStation 3 achieving slow but consistent growth across the continent in the ensuing three years.

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GR8 15230d ago

Happy Birthday 3RD Place Console.

NateNater5230d ago

Explain to me how PS3 is in 3rd.

Read the article dipsh!t troll

avengers19785230d ago

Hey GR8 1 doesn't it speak volums when the PS3 is turning 3 and the 360 is gonna be 5 that the Playstation is only a few million in sales behind xbox... Given the same amount of time out on shelves the Playstation 3 will be far a head of the 360, and currently the only people buying 360's are those who are rebuying it, yes it still counts for sales, but the number of people actually using it isn't growing, but PS3's is, you fail every time you comment to the point that people can't even take any bubbles away from you any more... Take a break from commenting, learn a thing or two, Log on with a new name and try again.

ian725230d ago

I got my PS3 just after launch and had some great times playing some amazing games. Been one of the best things I have ever bought.
So much has happened in 3 years, can't wait to see what happens in the next 3 years.

kevco335230d ago (Edited 5230d ago )

Every console has ups and downs during it's lifespan, and the PS3 is no different. But as avengers1978 is saying in the Open Zone (---->), the PS3 launch around eighteen months after the 360 in Europe, and is only just lagging behind. I've got every console in this and most generations, and while I personally prefer the 360 this time around, there's no denying the PS3 is doing some great things... (despite the legal issues!)

And let's not forget - three years into the original Xbox's life and the Xbox 360 was already on shop shelves!

mjolliffe5230d ago

I love my PS3 :)

But then again, I love my Xbox 360 and Wii!!!

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F1 2010 screens - how do they compare to the last F1 game?

The Formula One game license has been handled by a variety of different publishers in the past 15 years, including EA and now defunct Psygnosis. In more recent memory the licence has been held, fairly persistently, by Sony Computer Entertainment and developed by Studio Liverpool (formerly Psygnosis).

Codemasters has now released two 'Work in progress' high-definition shots from the PS3/360/PC version of the game F1 2010, which show the visual direction they are taking with the licence.

GamesRadar thought it was only proper to compare these two new screens with two similar screens from Sony's last game on PS3, Formula One: Championship Edition, a launch game for the console in early 2007, to see what they're doing differently. Click the images to embiggen, if you wish to inspect like a pedant.

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