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Chris Morell's Avatar + Posted by Chris Morell on Mar 29, 2009 // Senior Social Media Specialist

Another Game Developers Conference has come and gone. More importantly for us, year two of the PlayStation.Blog.Lounge at GDC was a huge success. Stationed in San Francisco this week, we showed off games including Fat Princess, PixelJunk Eden Encore, Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic, inFamous and more. Our fellow bloggers and friends from the media were able to relax and check out great PLAYSTATION 3 stuff to come this year, and reception has been excellent so far.

But the highlight of the show was the San Francisco PSB meet-up, where over a hundred of you guys showed up and got some hands-on time with Fat Princess and Eden Encore, won some prizes and represented the PlayStation community. I’ll be back this week with a complete wrap-up of the event and will definitely show off some great pics from Wednesday night, but until then, enjoy this one of Jeff as a much-deserved “thank you” for making this meet-up a success.

Jeff vs. Hip Hop Gamer - Street Fighter - PlayStation.Blog Meet-Up

This week was all about GDC, and we know you’ve been keeping up with our coverage here on the Blog (including some amazing God of War III developer interviews, Backstage with Guitar Hero, the next Ratchet & Clank game and more), but don’t forget that there’s a heap of other worthwhile PlayStation news on the ol’ interwebs. GameDaily’s got a nice hands-on with inFamous in case you’ve already seen IGN‘s Karma coverage. Kotaku gives a rundown of Media Molecule’s GDC lecture on art in LittleBigPlanet, and GameSpot has first look at Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, officially revealed for PS3 this week.

See you tomorrow.

The PS Blog weekly reading list (Week of March 23, 2009)

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+ The_Punisher111 on March 31st, 2009 at 4:03 pm said:

So what yout saying is
Live is supposedly is outselling PSN?
I say Live isnt worth the money cuz you gotta 3 or 2 reqiurements
Such as –
WiFi Adapter – $100 – $150
Power Brick – $110
HD/DVD Player (Optional) – $100 -$150 (Forgot Price)
Xbox 360 $199 or $299?
So why would you pay $600 or $700 for a console? Thats twice the money than the PS3


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+ jakinov on March 31st, 2009 at 4:43 pm said:

You don’t NEED a Wifi Adapter
Powerbrick comes with the system..
they don’t even sell HD-DVD add-on anymore
I don’t know where you got that information from.


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+ Lanmanna on March 31st, 2009 at 5:21 pm said:

@The_Punisher111
Wow, just wow. You should really listen to jakinov.

1. Wi-fi you don’t need, but you can get an adapter for as low as $40. $100 for the 360 one is a rip-off.
2. LOL. The power brick COMES with the system. It is what powers the system. I guess the PS3 doesn’t come with a power cord either(Joking)?
3. The HD-DVD is dead, gone, defunct.

And if you actually HAVE tried Xbox Live you would know it was worth the 50 bucks. Plus, you can get a bundle for 10 bucks more and get XBL Gold, Project Gotham 4, a headphone, and a chat pad.


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