This is no doubt the better games in PS3. Ratchet adn Clank have over the past gathered enough fan base for people to anticipate this upcoming one. You should read this review here. I believe the graphics and image is better than previous of course, it is in PS3 – they have awesome graphics despite awful sales. I hope they do better and i have an idea, they should decrease the price.
Well, now they’ve also come up with a gun for the Wii…for those shooting games of course. The thing is, no one knows much about it because the website endorsing it is in Japanese – so not much about it can be translated properly to give a good synopsis of the Wiimote.
I think how it works is that the Wiimote is connected to a gun like device – so techically, you can also have a rifle if you can find one that is compatible to the Wiimote. The trigger of this picture’s wiimote gun is connected to the B button and that’s pretty much all we know.
Check out their Japanese website (translated via google) HERE.
Hong Kong company Lik-Sang has announced that it’s website that sells imported games, consoles, anime merchandise and the like will shut down. It cited the numerous lawsuits filed against them by Sony in just about every country of the European Union.
Sony was suing Lik-Sang because the company sold to UK/EU residents imported PSPs before the UK release date. The simultaneous lawsuits against the small company meant it was pretty much impiossible for Lik-Sang to afford defending themselves. They are obviously angry:
“Fighting multiple lawsuits in different countries at the same time and paying high premiums to expensive lawyers is an overwhelming situation for a small company like Lik-Sang. Launching separate court actions with separate claims and different judges is completely unnecessary, except for the fact that it helps reaching one single target: outspend Lik-Sang to death. ‘Pay Beyond.’”
Sony has made a statement too:
“Lik-Sang did not contest this case (i.e. they did not turn up and therefore incurred no legal costs). We have been awarded substantial costs against Lik-Sang which have not been paid. We would therefore strongly deny that our actions have had anything to do with this website closing (we assume the legal entity is still trading), and would suggest that this release is sour grapes on behalf of Lik-Sang which is aimed to belittle Sony Computer Entertainment and the British judicial system that found against them.”
Still, this stinks. Importing used to be the legal way of acquiring things that weren’t available in your country, as opposed to pirating. Sony is not going to win friends doing this.
I’m going to miss Lik-Sang. Hopefully they’ll get back on their feet in some form or another.