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    by Published on November 30th, 2011 04:06
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    True Blue JB2 USB Dongle for PS3
    Manufacturer: True Blue
    Site: Buy from LighTake
    Price: $59.99


    Overview : Unlock the true potential of your PS3 with True Blue – keep your PS3 on a homebrew enabled custom firmware, while at the same time enjoying the newest and most popular PS3 games.

    Features :
    • Booting of games designed for PS3 system software v3.6 and above
    • Runs your existing games and new v3.6+ games from HDD in conjunction with standard backup managers
    • Does not require the power/eject trick
    • Custom v3.55 Dongle firmware behaves like OFW when True Blue is not inserted
    • Manufactured from highest grade components and Actel based
    • Durable and high quality metal case design
    • Tough and durable plastic packaging
    • Further features to be added as they are developed
    • On board 2 MBytes SPI flash
    • Supports Fat and Slim PS3 consoles currently running any firmware up to v3.55 and any PS3 which can be downgraded successfully from v3.6+ to v3.55 (NOTE: requires other tools, True Blue cannot downgrade a console)
    • Supports all regions of consoles
    • Supports all regions of v3.6+ games
    • Rock solid crystal oscillator on board for flawless timing

    Quality/Usability : AS A REMINDER, WE DO NOT CONDONE PIRACY. THIS REVIEW IS FOR EDUCATIONAL AND INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.

    The jailbreak scene has been slow ever since Sony blocked any jailbreak dongle devices with new firmware updates. There have been custom firmwares and updates to them but nothing allowing newer games to be played on your console unless you have the official firmware installed but you lose all homebrew capabilities. But out of no where, True Blue is dubbed the new PS Jailbreak 2. No one really know who is behind it but all that matters is whether or not it works, how much support it will get and how long before Sony does something about it. We've all purchased the various dongles when the original PS Jailbreak was released as well as open source versions. Now, lets see what True Blue has to offer...

    There are pictures of True Blues coming with plastic cases. However, the unit I received from LighTake came in a anti-static bag. It's still the same thing, just not fancy case. The True Blue JB2 dongle isn't something we're use to normally seeing when it comes to jailbreak dongles. Yes, its a USB device but what makes it different is that it doesn't come in a plastic housing. The black housing is actually metal with the True Blue logo printed on it. Even the cap is metal as well. The back end of the dongle has a small window to display LED status. Other than that, there is really not much about the dongle itself.

    To use the True Blue, you must make sure your PS3 has a firmware of 3.55 It can either be OFW (official firmware) or CFW (custom firmware). So if you're still using firmware 3.41, upgrade to 3.55. Anything higher than 3.55, you will need to downgraded. If you have other jailbreak dongles, you can use that to downgrade but True Blue can not downgrade firmwares.

    Setting up your PS3
    Before you use True Blue, you must first install the 3.55-Dongle custom firmware onto your PS3. This is similar in function to the well known kmeaw CFW; however it also includes modifications which allow True Blue to operate correctly. The 3.55-Dongle firmware updater is distributed in a file labelled "TrueBlue-3.55-CFW.ZIP", and may be obtained through an internet search - once you have obtained it, please confirm the validity of the PS3UPDAT.PUP file contained within the ZIP archive by matching with one of the following hashes:

    MD5: 43C522F8897D77B6165F95BCF3409090
    SHA1: A64B010DB98996C7E53768D37D4D346F271D5950


    Once you have confirmed that you have obtained the correct updater file, proceed with the update as follows:
    • Obtain a USB storage device such as a USB HDD or USB flash memory stick
    • Create a folder on the storage device in which to save the update file. Using a PC, create a folder named "PS3" on the storage device. Within the PS3 folder, create a folder named "UPDATE"
    • Extract "TrueBlue-3.55-CFW.ZIP" and you will get a folder. In that folder will be "PS3UPDAT.PUP"
    • Copy the "PS3UPDAT.PUP" file to the "UPDATE" folder created in step 2. Thus, you will have this path structure on your USB storage device: \PS3\UPDATE\PS3UPDAT.PUP
    • Insert the USB storage device into the PS3 and boot your PS3
    • From the home menu, select (Settings) -> (System Update) -> (Update via Storage Media)
    • The PS3 will notify you that the "3.55-Dongle" update was found. Select OK then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the update
    • After the update has completed, your PS3 will restart and you'll now be running the 3.55-Dongle custom firmware. This will also be visible under the System Software information screen. You may now enjoy the use of the True Blue dongle
      (NOTE: The above procedure is only applicable to PS3’s on or below system software v3.55)

    Updating True Blue
    From time to time, Team True Blue will release firmware updates for True Blue which will add new features. During my testing, Team True Blue released ...
    by Published on November 17th, 2011 00:00
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    I know, we've been a little MIA with vacations, work, newly launched photography website and a semi slow scene. But today, after getting off work and stepping into the house...SURPRISE! The new True Blue JB2 dongle was delivered. We weren't even expecting this in the mail. This is the newest jailbreak device for the PlayStation 3. Of course, we'll bring you a full review. But right off the bat, this is not your typical USB dongle. No plastic casing! This thing is housed in a metal case...even the cap!

    Here are some of the features:

    • Booting of games designed for PS3 system software v3.6 and above
    • Runs your existing games and new v3.6+ games from HDD in conjunction with standard backup managers
    • Does not require the power/eject trick
    • Custom v3.55 Dongle firmware behaves like OFW when True Blue is not inserted
    • Manufactured from highest grade components and Actel based
    • Durable and high quality metal case design
    • Tough and durable plastic packaging
    • Further features to be added as they are developed
    • On board 2 MBytes SPI flash
    • Supports Fat and Slim PS3 consoles currently running any firmware up to v3.55 and any PS3 which can be downgraded successfully from v3.6+ to v3.55 (NOTE: requires other tools, True Blue cannot downgrade a console)
    • Supports all regions of consoles
    • Supports all regions of v3.6+ games
    • Rock solid crystal oscillator on board for flawless timing

    You can purchase the True Blue dongle from LighTake along with a bunch of other gaming accessories.

    *UPDATE* 11/17/2011
    Hmmm...it seems LighTake wasn't the one who provided it. Time to investigate... ...
    by Published on October 29th, 2011 00:54
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    by Published on September 30th, 2011 03:36
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    XCM Swapper for PlayStation 3
    Manufacturer: XCM
    Site: Buy from Play-Asia / Buy from Amazon
    Price: $69.90



    Overview : Many PS3™ shooting games do not give you the option to use L2 and R2 to aim and fire. But why be forced to use L1 and R1 to aim and fire if you're not comfortable with that controller setup? XCM Swapper gives you an option to swap those keys to suit your personal gaming preference. Not only can the triggers be swapped to however you want, but you can also swap any button (except PS Home button) to any position that you like. The XCM Swapper lets you do swap buttons that games won't allow you to do. Re-enjoy your games.

    Quality/Usability : Connecting the XCM Swapper is pretty straight forward. Just connect your PS3 controller to the USB port of XCM Re-Mapper. Then plug the XCM Swapper USB plug to the PlayStation 3™ console.

    How to Use :
    First, connect your PS3 controller via USB cable to the USB port on the XCM Swapper. Now, connect the USB cable from the XCM Swapper to the USB port on the PlayStation 3.

    (1). For an instance, if you want the “/\” (triangle) key to replace the “X” key:
    a. Press the “P” program button once. The program indicator will light up. The XCM Swapper is now entering programming mode.

    b. Now press the silver printed word “X" button on the XCM Swapper. The “X” button indicator will light up in red. The program indicator will begin to blink.

    c. Press the yellow printed word “/\” button and the “/\” button indicator will light up in red. The program indicator will now stop blinking.

    d. If you want to remap other keys, follow the above steps “b” and “c” until you are done remapping. If you are done with your remapping of buttons, finally press the program button “P” once. All the indicator lights will turn off and this will exit the programming mode. Now you have the new setting included from the above steps; pressing the “X” key = “/\” key.

    Note: the PS Home key can not be programmed.

    (2). Swapping the Left and Right analog sticks.
    Press the program button “P” and the program indicator will light up. Push the Left or Right analog stick in any direction and the program indicator lights will turn off. The functions of these 2 analog sticks are now swapped. If this step is repeated again, the function of these 2 analog sticks will revert back to its default function. This swap procedure does not change the function of the RC and LC key. The UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT directions on the analog stick can not be swapped. This only swaps analog sticks. Left analog stick will now be where the Right analog stick is and the Right analog stick will be where the Left analog stick.

    (3). Display the programmed buttons.
    By pressing on the program button “P”, some of the programmed buttons will be light up in red. On the XCM Swapper, press the program button “P” again to exit out of programming mode.

    If you set the “L2” key to the “R2” key, “O" key to the “X” key, when pressing on the program button “P”, the yellow printed words “L2”, “O” and the silver printed words “R2”, “X”, will all be light up.

    Note: the setting will be saved for the next gameplay (ONLY for the same game)

    (4). How to clear the settings.
    a. If you want to clear a single setting, for instance: you had set “/\" key to replace the “X" key, press the program button “P” once. The silver printed word “X”, yellow printed word “/\” and program indicator will all be light up in red. Now press the silver printed word “X” program button once. The program indicator will begin to blink, Press the silver printed “X” program button again and the program indicator will stay red. The silver printed word “X” and yellow printed word “/\” indicator will be off. Finally press the program button “P” to exit the programming mode.

    b. To clear all the swapped settings, simply press and hold the program button “P” until the program indicator starts to blink. Release the button and the program indicator lights will turn off after 3 seconds. All the swapped setting are now cleared and reverted back to default settings.

    Here is a video on how to use XCM Swapper for PlayStation 3:



    Conclusion : Overall, the XCM Swapper for PlayStation 3 does what it's suppose to do and allow you to swap buttons. The fact that its plug and play with no extra steps to get it working is awesome. Some games already allow you to swap buttons but not all games do or give you complete freedom to swap buttons. With the XCM Swapper, you have full control of how you want to map your buttons to your liking. There was no noticeable lag during gameplay. ...
    by Published on September 28th, 2011 12:51
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    Welcome to the (new) DCEmu Homebrew and Gaming Network.

    Earlier this year after being hacked we upgraded to VB4 and got hacked again, in that time we lost our websites because of software not working with the new VB4, thankfully after a lot of trying we got everything working again, so finally its time to present the (new) DCEmu Homebrew and Gaming Network.



    DCEmu is as it has been since i joined all the sites under the DCEmu banner a network which concentrates on Homebrew, Hacking, Development and Commercial Gaming and Hardware News.

    All Homebrew/Emulation Coders once we verify them (and i spot them) have the ability to post in all our Console News Forums and the news automatically shows on the site to which that news forum belongs. We always like to have an onsite mirror but gladly welcome the linking to your own site.

    DCEmu can be used by coders to become their release centre and with the Homebrew Scene across so many scenes being so massive now you can quickly get noticed by a lot of sites including mainstream networks.
    Now with the News forums, normal members cant start topics in them but you can reply to any topic, Normal Members can post as Normal in any None News forum. I get so many emails asking why he/she cant post in whatever forum.

    And heres one for people using private messages to ask Questions, Please Use the forum to which the question would be easiest to get an answer as quick as possible. I get so many and i just ignore all of them (not to mention i have a massive amount of work anyhow). Also the users on DCEmu who use homebrew every day are tons better than me for remembering how to do homebrew on that particular console.

    How Can You Help DCEmu

    This site like any site is a massive undertaking and we need help on every console scene. No site in any scene is 100% perfect on what they cover and totally up to date. In homebrew methods change all the time and only you the users can help others join in the fun. If your a specialist in any console area and you want to see all the news appear its a great way of making sure it happens.

    We are always in the need of Tutorials and Guides and FAQs not only for Homebrew but for hacking and Development and even just for gaming on consoles.

    Our DCEmu Reviews Website is also in the need of reviews of both Hardware, Homebrew and Games Reviews so please review as much as possible.

    Newsposters are always in need especially for WIP and Release News of Emulators, Homebrew etc and across many languages, i am English and to be honest the the translation apps on the net are crap, but the more help we get the better we can become, ive also no doubts that there are releases in places like Japan, China and Korea etc that never reach the likes of DCEmu and others because of language barriers.

    The DCEmu Homebrew and Gaming Network

    Heres the list of our sites
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    DCEmu Reviews - http://reviews.dcemu.co.uk/ & also http://games-reviews.dcemu.co.uk - This is the scenes biggest independant collection of reviews and is the place for both hardware and Software reviews. Get your reviews noticed by submitting them to DCEmu reviews. We now have the sister site Games Reviews

    PC Gaming & Homebrew - http://pc-gaming.dcemu.co.uk/ - Our PC Gaming site covers PC games, hardware and PC Homebrew and Emulators.

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    by Published on September 9th, 2011 03:22
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    More details and even pictures is now available for the E3 FLASHER! We even have video too.


    E3 Flasher = The world's first Dual-Boot, with simple 1 key operation = Surprising Arrival!

    Features:

    • Dual Boot 3.7OFW and 3.55CFW on same PS3
    • Downgrade 3.7 to 3.55 in 5min
    • 16M NOR FLASH ON board
    • 3 save MODE, can save data in TF, NOR FLASH on board and PC HD
    • 1 KEY operation, simple is best
    • Upgradable from TF card or PC USB
    • Compatiable all device like PS3/WII/XBOX360/MP3/DVD/BD/MP4/Table PC which has NAND or NOR flash memory.
    • Integrated lots of interface, perfectly extension, will have more function with future new E3 accessory.
    • E3 flasher Limited version includes 8 accessory, suggested retail price $88 USD, total production run only 3000 units!



    You can pre-order yours from LighTake and LighTake (w/ESATA Station).
    by Published on August 31st, 2011 23:48
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    We got an email this morning from Team E3DIY with a video of their E3 FLASHER confirming that they have downgraded an PS3 firmware 3.70 to 3.55 on a PlayStation 3 Slim. They have informed us that no soldering is required for the PS3 Slim consoles but is required for the phat and it works for NAND and NOR consoles. It's a simple one click and takes under five minute to downgrade.

    As per Team E3DIY, we have edited some of their wording to make it more understandable.


    E3DIY team has successfully downgraded 3.70 to 3.55 with E3 FLASHER!

    In 5 minutes, E3DIY team has successfully downgraded 3.70 to 3.55 with E3 FLASHER. Time is short and operation
    is very easy, all thanks to E3 FLASHER special design, 1key operation and NOR flash on board!

    We do not have any images of the E3 FLASHER because it is not released yet. We hope everyone understands.

    The official version should release next week, more video and picture will be made public at that time.

    PS: E3 FLASHER compatible with all NAND FLASH and NOR FLASH consoles. With Slim consoles, there is no need to solder wire but Fat console does.



    We'll have more information of pictures and pricing when it becomes available to us.
    by Published on August 18th, 2011 04:16
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    Spanish Developer dospiedras1973, has released his method to downgrade Slim PS3 Consoles on firmware 3.70. PS3Hax member mximposter was nice enough to correct and provide an actual Spanish-to-English translation. As a reminder, this works ONLY for PS3's with NOR. NAND models does not have a downgrade available...yet.




    Hello everyone, i finally got it, we have a downgrader for slims consoles , this time a bit different that i did with fat models, i made it by the two flashers, progskeet and teensy ++,dope

    We need:
    fat or slim console with nor updated to 3.70 “DO NOT TRY With ANOTHER VERSION”Solution to write and read the nor of the console ( flasher progskeet or teensy + +)
    hxd program (which I use to edit hex)
    FlowRebuilder v.4.1.3.2
    a cold beer (this is important)
    Http://pastebin.com/yuvJ5Leh Downgrade.bin

    First we dump our NOR with a flasher, the file size must be “16,777,216 bytes” no byte more or a byte less, take several to be absolutely sure of what you do..get the dump “example jakemcallister.bin”and we have to get it in flowrebuilder to make it readable,the option is called bytereverse dump and extract we do it and we will have a file but the extension will be bin.REV open it with the hxd and take out our personal data of the console EID, BOOTLOADER, CSID and METLDR

    no need to put more data
    We get it with the following way:in this case we get our METLDR in our prepatched image for downgrade attached in this tutorial inside the folder where flowrebuilder had placed our.rev also has created another folder called “nameofthedump.EXT”in there are our personal files of our console and we need to get some to place em inside the pre-patched image that i attached

    Open the hxd and open downgrade.bin and the metldr file that is inside the folder asecure_loader, we pick the tab on the hxd metldr and copy all the HEX content to get in inside the downgrade.bin
    press control + g and write “820″thats the position of the metldr right click on the first line of the position 820
    And choose “paste writing” and in the same way we introduce the other ones
    the files to get in are
    :METLDR: offset“810″ size “E960″
    BOOTLOADER_0 Offset“FC0000″ size “40000″
    EID: Offset “2F000″ size “10000″
    CISD: Offset“3F000″ size “800″

    then we take the downgrade.bin with the saved changes and we get in flowrebuilder with the option bytereverse dump and extract
    This time the program will give us a error, but is a normal error, in fact is okay and will give us a file called downgrade.bin.REV

    And thats the file you have to get in in the “flash” console
    if all went well at writing ,turn on the console and you will see in the screen press the ps button or in English push ps button, DONT PRESS ANYTHING, turn off the console and put it in factory service mode, once done we need to put the correct file system for 3.55 lv2diag of jaicrab without reader and a special cfw

    lv2diag: http://www.logic-sunrise.com/telecha...r-jaicrab.html
    cfw: http://pastebin.com/03MFDLGV turn onthe console with the usbstick with these two files in the right usb port (in the last) of the console and it will shut down for 10 / 15 minutes, turn on the console without any usb connected to verify that you did it correctly it will take you to xmb,
    If all went well turn off the console and put your lv2diag
    FILE2 of this pack:http://pastebin.com/gGETcxMR

    the console will turn on for 20 seconds will turn off itself and CONGRATULATIONS you have your console in functional 100% and kmeaw cfw 3.55 100%

    Thanks to
    iGiTaLAnGeL (Tester with progskeet)
    Glevand & mfw builder team (cfw)
    NDT (Assistant) is a very good person
    JaiCraB (lv2diag without reader)
    Robs1 (my guide with the nor flash)
    EussNL (his great support in the wiki that I use every day PS3DEVWIKI.COM)
    Defyboy (for creating ps3devwiki)
    To the whole channel darkps3 from irc-hispano.org for their support and many hours of testing we have hit hard mother****ers!
    DemonHades (because if you had not post on your website with the lie you said about me, I had not met DigitalAngel or uf6667and these two helped me a lot)

    and finally to the people who asked me in private to place a donate paypal button
    greetings and from now on i will resume my work with the dual nand and that dump 3.6x that gives me so many problems hehehe
    Ive updated the position of METLDR that was misplaced offset 810 ” e960″size


    Source: Eltorado

    dospiedras1973 has updated the post with the following new details:
    PLEASE UPDATE NOTICE:
    i fixed metldr location and leght please update
    METLDR : offset "810" size "E960"
    this is dangerous error! please fix in the mainpage
    Dospiedras1973 was also kind enough to post this update on PS3HaX for all the noobies:
    psicoleo, uf6667 and I have made an application to automate the use hex editors to modify the downgrade.bin

    http://www.multiupload.com/AE8W5HADWM
    bytereversed you put your flash in donor and recipient and will downgrade.bin in the process hxd without … xD
    you not need hex edit
    ...
    by Published on August 17th, 2011 18:22
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    It's been almost a year since the PS3 was blown wide open with PSGroove and jailbreak days with the likes of PSJailbreak, Teensy++, TI-84 calculators and many more. Since than, the scene has been a little quiet with a few advances here and there. One of the hottest and most affordable jailbreak dongles at the time was the E3Card. After Sony had released new firmwares that blocked the use of dongles, the E3 Team has been quiet.

    Recently, there have been advances in the mod scene and talks of downgrading from v3.70 Official Firmware. ProgSkeet [http://www.progskeet.com/] is supposed to be able to flash the NANDs and NORs of many PS3 consoles right out of the box. Of course, when there is a new product, teams and manufacturers jump on the bandwagon.

    Today, I received a email from the E3 Team which they have announced that they will be releasing the E3 Flasher. E3DIY Team did not give me much information but from the information that was provided, it seems that it is suppose to do the same as what ProgSkeet does. I guess we'll have to wait and see.


    E3 FLASHER, the world first flasher special for PS3, easier backup and downgrade, support dual boot, coming soon!

    E3, create miracles on PS3 jailbreak, release free jailbreak, downgrade and Goldfinger, will release a full new revolutionary E3 FLASHER, include backup, restore, upgrade, downgrade and dual boot all in one. Following some details: (I edited some wording and spelling to make it a bit more understandable as their English is not the best — it's still not perfect English but I wanted to keep their original message as original as possible)

    • NOR FLASH ON board
    • 1 KEY backup or restore, simple is best
    • Dual boot, choose booting from original bios or E3 bios.
    • 3 save MODE, save bios to E3 nor flash, TF card or PC.
    • NO harm for console, but can longer console life because of specially design.
    • Integrated lots of interface, perfectly extension, will have more function with future new E3 accessory.
    • Compatible all slim and fat console, include latest 3000x version.

    Don't forget E3DIY team, which free service always It said they were studying BIOS, Let's wait and see what happens.

    AND please note the new E3 domain www.e3-tech.net, more details coming soon!

    PS: E3DIY team note 3.7 downgrade, so maybe E3 flasher will downgrade automatically, no need modify on PC.

    Thanks all guy whom contribute PS3 jailbreak.


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    by Published on August 17th, 2011 16:58
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    Yesterday, Sony announced that they have dropped the price of their 160GB and 320GB PlayStation 3 consoles to $249 and $299, respectively. That's a $50 price cut. Sony will also be releasing a inFamous 2 bundle. The bundle retails for $299 and includes a 320 GB PlayStation 3, a copy of inFAMOUS 2 and a 30-day membership to PlayStation Plus.


    Hello PlayStation Nation,

    I have some exciting news to share with you today. As many of you know, it has been nearly five years since the PS3 first came to the U.S. market with its built in Blu-ray player, integrated hard-drive, built-in wireless, and unmatched hi-def gaming. Today, more than 50 million PS3’s have been sold worldwide, more than 2,495 Blu-ray titles are available and the PS3’s expansive portfolio of games and video content on PlayStation Network exceeds 60,000 titles.

    While others in the space are losing steam, PlayStation 3 is gaining momentum and giving gamers everywhere more of what they want: an unparalleled line-up of exclusive games and access to the best in sports, movies and TV, all at a great value.

    Today, I believe that value becomes even more evident. I’m excited to share with you that effective immediately at retailers throughout North America, the 160 GB PS3 and the 320GB PS3 are now available for $249 and $299, respectively. In addition, a limited edition inFAMOUS 2 bundle is now available at participating retailers across North America. The bundle retails for $299 and includes a 320 GB PlayStation 3, a copy of inFAMOUS 2 and a 30-day membership to PlayStation Plus.

    The new price will make the PS3 more accessible than ever before, so there’s never been a better time to join PlayStation Nation. We know that while future-proof technology is important to you, content is still king — that’s why we continue to focus on bringing you exclusive “must have” titles that are unmatched by anything else on the market. With games like Resistance 3, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One and one of my personal favorites, Uncharted 3, all on the horizon, there’s a lot of great entertainment in store for you.

    Of course, PS3 owners also have free access to PlayStation Network and its lineup of marquee content services for watching hi-def movies, TV and sporting events. Netflix. Hulu Plus. Vudu. MLB.TV. NHL Gamecenter. We have them all for you…and it just keeps getting better.

    We take our commitment to the millions of PlayStation fans out there very seriously. We don’t just want you to be part of the PlayStation Nation, we want you to be proud to be a PS3 owner. We have many exciting things planned for you in the months ahead, but suffice it to say we are hard at work to bring you more of what you want and more of what you expect. Stay tuned, there’s more to come…


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