Source: Pictures posted on a Chinese message board A9VG, as pointed out by Kotaku.
What we heard: Last August, Sony announced the PS3 Slim, a smaller, cheaper redesign of the PlayStation 3 system it launched less than three years earlier. The impact was immediate, as the Slim, which also received a $100 price cut, sold more than a million systems in less than three weeks.
Stop the presses: The motherboard will be green.
Bigger titles starting to need more than 9GB
Some developers are starting to whisper about the fact that the use of DVD storage on the Xbox 360 is finally leading to capacity issues.
With the Xbox 360 version of Remedy's Alan Wake now sporting a May 18 release date, publisher Microsoft has confirmed that the "pyschological action thriller" will not hit PC.
Alan Wake was originally announced for PC and "next generation consoles" back in 2005.
We've learned from industry sources that AMD / ATI has already won the GPU deal for the next generation XboX console. It looks like Microsoft was happy with first Xeons GPU and it wants to continue using the same, especially since the new ATI GPU should keep the compatibility with legacy games.
The consoles refresh was supposed to happen in 2010 but due to the recession both Microsoft and Sony have decided to push its plans for 2012 and keep the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 alive for more than it was originally planned.
The new Modern Warfare 2 Limited Edition Xbox 360 console comes with a 250GB HD, and I know what some of you are thinking: "Will the HD be released separately?"
This juicy bundle was unveiled yesterday and will go for around $399.99 USD; shortly after, Albert Pinello spoke to journalists about the possibility of seeing the 250GB hard drive being sold as a separate item for anyone who didn't want a new 360 unit (or one tagged with Modern Warfare 2). As expected, there was neither a "no" nor "yes" answer, but a very very subtle "maybe."
With less than a month to go before Halo 3: ODST hits retailers, Microsoft is stepping up the marketing campaign for the Xbox 360-exclusive shooter with this live-action spot. Due September 22, Bungie's standalone prequel includes an all new campaign, every Halo 3 multiplayer map (plus three new ones) and beta access to Halo Reach.
"Not wanting to go into a video rental store to try out the latest games? Now the movie rental kiosk Redbox is testing out game rentals. According to InsideRedbox, rental kiosks are now being tested in western U.S. markets such as Reno, NV and Salt Lake City, UT. Selection thus far appears to be slim, but it is spread across games for PS2, PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii."
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