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May 27, 2009

New PS3 games out this week

Posted: 09:55 AM ET

Step into the shoes of an ordinary man who becomes extraordinary in the single-player game "Infamous" for the PlayStation 3. Or check out the heroic world of "Cross Edge," also for the PS3, where you're on a quest to find and release souls.

It's time to get your game on - CNN's David Daniel has the scoop on the biggest video game releases in this week's Gameplay:

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T Furm   May 27th, 2009 1:01 pm ET

We all know that the ps3 is desperately trying to make games that people actually want to play so we need to stop and ask ourselves...is this just another bust game or will this one pull in loyal fans back to the world of playstation


Upshotom   May 27th, 2009 3:25 pm ET

Apple may be gearing up for not just iTunes and iPhone application sales in addition to a possible video offering such as Hulu, but very possibly looking to get in on the B2B software application space via the cloud, a.k.a SaaS (Software as a Service). This is the hottest thing in IT and software today thanks to the successes of companies like Salesforce.com, Concur, etc. The recurring revenue model is the most attractive source of predictable and sustainable revenue and cash flow and it makes sense for them to expand more into the commercial market / B2B in parallel with their consumer focused businesses / B2C.


matt   May 28th, 2009 9:12 am ET

t-furm you obviously dont know much about games, some of the best games sony has ever created are about to be realeses this year, god of war 3 ,grand turismo, killzone 2,- im sure thouse will be busts too yea right


playballnyy   May 29th, 2009 11:40 am ET

Why are people still playing turnbased RPG's? I don't get it. Move into the 21st century folks.


Because   May 29th, 2009 4:59 pm ET

"Why are people still playing turnbased RPG’s? I don’t get it. Move into the 21st century folks."

Because they're interesting? Or enjoyable to play? Or there are many people who prefer the format? Because not every gamer is a 12yr old?

I could say the same as you for other forms of play as well. For example..... "Why are people still playing first-person shooters? I don't get it. Move into the 21st century folks."

After all, fps games are soooo mid-late 1990s.


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