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Playstation 3 comes with a built-in Blu-Ray player that provides HD output with high-quality sound. Xbox 360 is known for its community experience and offers a friendlier environment for Windows, as it is tightly integrated with other Microsoft applications. Both are 7th generation gaming consoles and offer online gaming services, Play Station Network (PSN) and Xbox Live. While the PSN Network has no monthly fee for playing games online, Xbox Live has a subscription with flexible pricing options.




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The Xbox 360 uses Xbox Live, an online gaming service that is available both free and for a subscription. It allows users to join message boards and access the Marketplace to download purchased or promotional content. The subscription service also allows multiplayer gaming and costs $60 per year for an individual or $99.99 for a family of four (The family pack has been discontinued as of 3/6/2013, and all existing family memberships will be converted to individual Xbox Live Gold memberships). Users can also download classic games from the Xbox Live Arcade. Xbox Live has over 40 million users, and players can connect using their high speed cable or DSL internet connection.


Cheap PS3 Games, Systems and Accessories for sale online. PS3 games will play on PS3 Consoles. All PlayStation 3 items are authentic Sony brand, in great collectible condition, cleaned, tested, backed by a free 1 year warranty and free shipping on orders over $10.


The 20 GB was available at launch in Japan on November 11th 2006, in North America on November 17th 2006.The 20 GB PS3 has a slot loading 2x speed Blu-ray Disc drive that plays Blu-ray movies, DVDs, CDs, and SACDs. It has built-in Bluetooth 2.0, a Gigabit Ethernet port, 4 USB 2.0 ports, and HDMI 1.3a. The 20GB PS3 also has backwards compatibility with PlayStation 1 & 2 titles through hardware emulation. The 20GB PS3 had an MSRP of $499.99 USD. It was discontinued on April 11th, 2007 due to poor sales compared to the 60 GB.


In August 2007, Sony released an 80 GB model of the PS3 in the US, which included backwards compatibility. This was enabled by using software emulation to emulate PS2 games. Because, it was software based, it only allowed for 60% of PS2 titles to be played with no issues.


This headset is compatible with cellphones and the PS3. After firmware update 2.50, it supports a visual volume level cue, along with the current battery charge. It comes with a USB docking station used for charging the headset. It can be paired via Bluetooth or USB cable. The headset launched bundled with SOCOM: Confrontation. However, it can also be purchased separately for an MSRP $49.99.


For those who do not like using the Sixaxis or DualShock controllers while watching their movies can use the standalone Bluetooth remote released by Sony. It has all the functionality of the regular controllers minus the ability to use it while playing a game, and is in a regular controller form.


The PlayStation AC Adapter is a USB based charger that plugs into an ordinary wall outlet. It's designed to charge the Sixaxis controller, the DualShock 3 controller, the Bluetooth headset and the wireless keypad, all without the need to turn on your PlayStation. You can also charge your controller while playing your PlayStation, something you can't do with some other aftermarket controller charging docks. It will also charge the PSP-2000 and PSP-3000. The AC adapter retails in the United States for $24.99 and the United Kingdom for 19.99.


The PlayStation Network, or PSN, is Sony's free online service which allows PS3 and PSP owners to communicate with each other, play games, compare trophies, and download content from the PlayStation Store. As well as giving access to the interactive lobby and game launching system, PlayStation Home. Recently, the ability to display your Trophy collections on internet forums was added through the official PlayStation web site. To get this new feature, you sign in with your PSN ID, under the network tab and then it syncs to you PS3 and downloads all the information. From there, you choose your favorite game, your mood, as well as leave a little comment, and then you can post it on any forum as a signature.


Firmware 1.80, released in May 24, 2007, added the ability to play remotely through the internet. Also new photo editing features were added, which allowed cropping and zooming. Normal DVDs became upscaleable to 1080p, and Blu-rays were able to downscale to 720p. Finally, PS1 and PS2 backward compatibility was greatly improved and allowed for better upscaling and anti-aliasing in most games.


Firmware 2.00, released November 8, 2007, added many new features. First of all, the ability to change themes and icons in the PS3 was added. Remote Start (or booting up the ps3 from a PSP) support was added as well. Canon printer support as well as playlist support for both music and photos were introduced. This was also the firmware that introduced a Vibration option when you press the ps3 button for the DualShock 3. Viewing video while it is being downloaded was also added, as well as voice and video chatting through the PlayStation Eye.


Firmware 2.50, released October 15, 2008, added automatic shut down for the PS3 system and the controllers. It also added support for the official Sony Bluetooth headset which allows high quality voice chat and displays current volume level and battery. More features were also added to trophies, and a percentage was added to the user level.


Firmware 2.70, released April 1, 2009, brought a new Text Chat feature that enables players to communicate online with their PlayStation Network friends. They were now able to chat with up to 15 online friends using the Wireless Keypad, on-screen keyboard, or other compatible keyboard peripherals. They could also access Text Chat while playing PS3 games and even participate in up to three chat rooms at once. Additional changes:


you have the later fat model. these ones were released to save on manufacturing costs. unlike the earlier fat models, these ones do not have a PS2 Emotion Engine chip inside, and have no way of playing PS2 games. These were released in 2008, I believe.


You kinda skipped out on the 2008 models. Im assuming it has a 160gb drive? Model Number CECHL01 made in 08. I havent plugged it in yet. Its all refurbished from what im understanding. Is there anything in picticular about this model worth noting? I bought it for a hundred bucks 2 years ago It came with all kinda of stuff. 4 controllers a camera and some other stuff so it was worth buying at the time and I havent even played any games on it. Works great. I actually didnt know it played ps1 and 2 games so bonus I guess. Here in NH goodwill sells refurbed game consoles and computer parts and games @ 5 bucks a piece..


And while the combat system is a little more divisive, having to control and position familiars to set up special attacks actually makes for a much deeper experience than the typical JRPG, giving Ni No Kuni much more replayability than its contemporaries.


Admittedly, this is no longer the best version of GTA V to play, with the PS4 version surpassing it long ago (and a further upgraded PS5 port due next year), but that actually just makes it all the more impressive that Rockstar was able to cram such a feature rich game into the aging PS3 hardware.


Fallout 3 helped revitalize the franchise for modern audiences. Fallout 4 might be more technically impressive, but New Vegas remains the very best true roleplaying experience in the franchise.


The PlayStation 3 or PS3 is the third video game console made by Sony, following the PlayStation and PlayStation 2. Early editions of the Playstation 3 were backwards-compatible, allowing gamers to play PlayStation 1 and Playstation 2 games.


Though theoretically the more powerful console, PlayStation 3 games are seen as roughly on-par from a technical perspective to their Xbox 360 counterparts. The larger storage space of Sony's chosen storage media, Blu Ray discs can give the PlayStation 3 an edge, but the often cumbersome hardware often leads to slower and blurrier games than the Xbox 360 (although in some cases, the roles are reversed). For the most part, despite Sony's efforts to prove otherwise, the PlayStation 3 was considered to be an equal player in the seventh generation of consoles, receiving mostly the same games as the 360 with very few differences between the two versions.


With two fantastic console generations behind it, Sony was looking to up the ante with the PlayStation 3. Out of the box, the console looked like another leap massive leap forward. It had a Blu-ray player for high-definition entertainment, the latest DualShock controller was a wireless peripheral that narrowly avoided looking like a silver banana, and the internal engineering could throw an impressive number of polygons at your eyeballs. All of that effort would have been wasted if the game library wasn't up to scratch, but fortunately, the PS3 had a terrific selection of games available as the years went on. We've rounded up our picks for the 25 best PS3 games of all time (in alphabetical order).


From first-party titles that paved the way for an era of prestige single-player experiences to third-party blockbusters that made full use of the console's powerful engine to wow players, the PS3 had an eclectic library of memorable games. Some of these games have even been remastered for PS4 and are backward compatible with the PS5. It's also possible that some of these games will be included with the new PlayStation Plus Premium membership that launches in June. We only included one game from each franchise, so you won't find multiple Uncharted, Mass Effect, or Batman games on this list.


Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Asylum raised the bar for superhero games when it first arrived, but its first sequel Arkham City easily leaped past that benchmark when it landed on the PS3. On the surface, this was your typical follow-up: bigger environments to explore, more villains to punch justice into, and enhanced visuals that hit a fantastic middle ground of new but familiar gameplay. Where Arkham City elevated itself, though, was with its more confident action, finely-tuned gameplay, and an ending that left everyone shocked. The best Batman games are both brave and bold, and Arkham City was the digital definition of that idea with its rhythmic action, predatorial stealth, and intuitive detective work. 041b061a72


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