Category Archives: Playstation

Ghost In the Shell: Stand Alone Complex for PS2

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Bandai Release “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex” Trailer

Bandai is proud to present a new trailer from “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex.” Featuring lightning-fast action and vibrant 3D graphics, this third-person shooter plunges players into a cyberpunk future where Major Kusanagi and the officers of Section 9 stand between Newport City and a host of armed-to-the-teeth criminals.

Gamers can experience the lushly detailed anime world as the female cyborg Major Motoko Kusanagi, her tough-as-nails partner Batou or the quadraped enforcement droid known as Tachikoma. With over 20 minutes of beautifully rendered CGI, the “Ghost in the Shell” game features eye-catching martial arts moves, the ability to hack into machinery, computers, and enemy minds, and 15 different weapons, ranging from sniper rifles to missile launchers. Players can also challenge their friends with four-player multiplayer combat, including both team matches and battle royale.

Slated for a November 2004 release, “Ghost in the Shell: Standalone Complex” is rated “M” for Mature and retails at $49.99.

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Gamers want more than cool graphics!

Word on the web is the X-box is doing terrible in Europe. Sales figures, based on the number of units purchased by retailers and for sale does not even come close to intial sales of the PS2.

Its like I told a friend who dogs my PS2 and touts his own mighty X-box. I can care less about graphics. I play games to have fun and one of my favorite games of all time, Original Neverwinter Nights on aohell, was only available in 16 colors.

Long live the Playstation 2!

Playstation 2 Linux

Sony announced a June release for a $300 hard drive kit allowing you to extend the Playstation 2 with Linux programming power and application development.

This is going to be very cool. This may allow us to use our Playstation 2 to listen to Internet Radio Stations without turning on our computer. Would you be intersted in something like that?