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Jack Thompson PS2 mod is snarky genius

Jack Thompson PS2 mod is snarky genius

Video game hating ex-attorney Jack Thompson has finally made himself useful, with a copy of his book "Out of Harm's Way" providing the donor housing for a rather nifty PS2 case-mod.  Mattigus of the Halflife2.net forums is the modder in question, who bought a copy of Thompson's book on eBay and stuffed his working PS2 inside.

PS3 Music Peripheral Compatibility Achieved

PS3 Music Peripheral Compatibility Achieved

You may only need one set of instruments to play all your favorite games on Playstation. Playstation has been working with Neversoft, Activision, Harmonix, and Konami to get some sort of basic compatibility between all of the game sets and in announcement on the Playstation blog, they say they’ve made it happen.

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Crash – Mind Over Mutant coming this fall

Crash – Mind Over Mutant coming this fall

Crash Bandicoot is about to make yet another appearance, most of us haven't played it since Crash's days on the PS1. Although some ended it with the racing game (Crash Tag Team Racing), which wasn't exactly exciting. It excelled at being overly mediocre.

SlashGear Week in Review – June 8th

SlashGear Week in Review – June 8th

With Computex 2008 came more budget ultraportable news than many of us could stomach this week, as several manufacturers took the opportunity to confirm their machines (most of them previewed to death beforehand) and legions of others attempted to get their foot in the OEM door.  ASUS finally took the wraps off the Eee PC 901, 1000 and 1000(H), while MSI's Wind was made official; Acer confirmed their Aspire One notebook, which was made special by virtue of the fact that we only found out it was coming last week.  Meanwhile Dell held back on their Inspiron Mini, citing delays in tweaking the keyboard, and ASUS launched their low-cost offensive on the desktop with the Eee Box B202.

Sony Japan releases PS2

Sony Japan releases PS2

Here's a little bit of unexpected news for you. Contrary to popular belief, not everyone in Japan already owns a PS2. You might think that with the PS3 out, that the Japanese would be more concerned with the latest games, however there must still be a demand for the 8-year old console. Why else would Sony decide to launch a new version of the console?

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