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PS3 Red Blinking Light Fix – How to Repair the PlayStation 3 Lights of Death Problem?

by on Apr.02, 2011, under PS3

Stephan Vrugteman asked:

Got thе ΡЅ3 rеd bӏіnkіng ӏіgһt еrrоr? Wаnt tо fiх thе ӏіgһts оf deаth probӏеm? Τһіѕ problеm саn bе hаrd tо fiх, аnd thаt’s wһy mаnу pеорle wiӏӏ telӏ yоu tо ѕend yоur conѕоӏe оѵer tо Ѕоnу, but іs thіs rеаӏly yоur оnӏу optіon? Sure, thе ΡЅ3 rеd bӏіnkіng ӏіgһt mаy bе hаrd tо fiх, but thіs dоeѕn’t mеаn tһаt yоu саn’t rераіr yоur PӏаyЅtаtion 3 problеm yоurself.

Some tірѕ tһаt mіgһt fiх thе Pѕ3 rеd bӏіnkіng ӏіgһt

1. Rеstаrt yоur conѕоӏe.
2. Tаkе оut thе hаrd-drive, аnd рut it bаck in.
3. Сheсk fоr loоѕe саblеs.
4. Unрӏug аlӏ саblеs eхceрt thе powеr соrd, аnd pӏug thеm bаck іn.

If thеse tірѕ dіdn’t fiх yоur ΡЅ3 еrrоr, thеn yоu’ll hаѵe tо оpеn uр yоur conѕоӏe аnd fiх thе problеm bу yоurself. Now dоn’t wоrrу… Yоu саn dо thіs on 2 wаys. Yоu eithеr ѕend yоur conѕоӏe оѵer tо Ѕоnу, pау $150 аnd wаit 2-6 weеkѕ, оr yоu fiх thе problеm bу yоurself witһ а rераіr guidе.

Fix mу ΡЅ3 rеd bӏіnkіng ӏіgһt bу mуself?

If yоu wаnt yоur PӏаyЅtаtion 3 fiхed bу а cheаp аnd а fаst wаy, yоu ѕhоuld dо it yоurself. It’ѕ highlу rеcommendеd tһаt if yоu dо thіs bу yоurself, tо uѕе а PӏаyЅtаtion 3 rераіr guidе. Τһіѕ wiӏӏ mаke thе rераіrs eаsier bеcаuѕе it wiӏӏ gіѵe yоu ѕtер bу ѕtер inѕtructiоns thаt’s аlѕо comіng аlong witһ detаiled photо’s ѕо yоu саn fiх thе ΡЅ3 rеd bӏіnkіng ӏіgһt.

So wһеn yоu wiӏӏ fiх yоur PӏаyЅtаtion 3 bу yоurself, yоu wiӏӏ bе аble tо get thе problеms fiхed witһin 1 dаy, оr еven witһin 1 hоur. It’ѕ dоne bеfоre, ѕо wһy wouldn’t yоu bе аble tо dо it eithеr?

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PS3 VS XBOX 360 – Exclusive Games

by on Jan.20, 2011, under PS3

The reign of the Xbox is almost over. As of late the PS3 has been looking better and better. Looks like this will be the year of the PlayStation. PlayStation 3 has many big name titles coming out this year and if the all games from the list are all actually released this year, all we can say is WOW. Note: The following list in no way represents the entire list of exclusive titles for each console. However, it gives us a pretty good idea of the games rumored to be released this year.

PS3:

Resistance 2 (PS3)

Guaranteed success. While the first was a great game and fairly big success, it was still just a launch title. Imagine what they can do after a couple years and games under their belt. 8 player Co-Op! Expect big things from this game.

Gran Turismo 5 Prologue (PS3)

Another guaranteed success. Anyone who plays Gran Turismo will grab this game. If you’re a fan, you’re a fan. The visuals continue to improve, HD replays, ’nuff said!

Haze (PS3)

Hopefully the game will finally end it’s long series of delays this year. This game promises some intense action, including 4-player co-op, drop-in, drop-out, split-screen, online, or local multiplayer options. The game continues to impress visually, with not only the quality of graphics, but the very cool, unique design elements.

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3)

Who doesn’t know about this game? The game is still months away and is already epic. If any game could live up to the hype this game has garnered, leave it to Solid Snake, old or young. Like most of the games on this list, the visuals are amazing. The game looks to pack in an enormous amount of story and gameplay. The game features a immense arsenal of weapons and combat/stealth moves. If you own a PS3, you are almost required to buy this. You know you will.

SOCOM: Confrontation (PS3)

Still early on this title, few details have been released. The game will support up to 32 players online. Customizable weapons much like SOCOM 3. Also like the previous SOCOM games, the focus will be online multiplayer. Early word says this one will go the way of Warhawk, offering online only possibly with a bluetooth headset and all. After all, the original SOCOM kind of pioneered headset use on consoles.

LittleBigPlanet (PS3)

Possibly one of the most innovative, cute, and anticipated games of the year. Little Big Planet looks to expand the PS3 audience with this “build-your-own-game” game. Eat your heart out Nintendo Miis, this game looks great. The shear level of creativity allowed is staggering. The game also supports 4-player co-op and versus. Plus, it’s kid friendly without being offensively cute.

God of War III (PS3)

The PS2 went out with a bang (though it’s still hanging in there) with the original God of War, and most recently it’s sequel, still on the aging console. People have been waiting for a true “next-gen” God of War experience and it looks as though this is gonna be your year, possibly. Not much is known as of yet, however, the games creator, David Jaffe, is no longer working on the series so we’ll just have to wait and see how everything turns out.

Final Fantasy XIII (PS3) – Final Fantasy Versus XIII (PS3)

You’re either a fan, or you’re not, though, you’ve got to recognize the scale of the Final Fantasy franchise. The games continue to set graphical standards with every release. The next, XIII, looks to make good on their reputation. Not only are they again improving every visual, and storytelling aspect of the game, they are overhauling the combat as well. The combat in Final Fantasy XIII promises the speed up and intensify the battles.

MotorStorm 2 (PS3) [Teaser Trailer]

Another sequel to a previous PS3 exclusive, MotorStorm 2 hasn’t revealed much, but from the trailer we can expect yet another pre-rendered bar set too high for them to reach with in-game graphics. Don’t get me wrong, the original looked great, but the video they showed a year earlier looked 10-times better. This was the prettiest of all the racers for a while, but we’ll see how the sequel compares to the likes of Gran Turismo 5 HD later this year. Some of the improvements include new cars/trucks/motorcycles, tracks, and best of all, a much needed 4-player split-screen mode. The game’s also said to include 16-player online support.

Killzone 2 (PS3)

So, video and screenshots have shown just how good the game really looks in action. But what about gameplay? The original was not exactly praised by critics, though I quite enjoyed it (minus the large number of glitches). It definitely wasn’t the “Halo Killer” it was touted as. The sequel will have to really prove itself in such a crowded shooter market. Guerrilla Games has yet to reveal any real details on gameplay, i.e. co-op, multiplayer, customization? The game sure does look good though. Guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

XBOX 360:

Ninja Gaiden II (360)

Finally on to the Xbox 360, I thought we’d never get here. Ninja Gaiden II, the first official, true sequel, promises to up everything that made the original so popular. More action, more bad guys, more blood (almost too much), and more speed. The game’s creators have also addressed the difficulty issues some (many) had with the other games. They’ve said that without dumbing it down, they will be changing the controls in order to improve and lessen the frustration to newcomers. They’re also adding new weapons to the game and a ton of new character animations to keep the visuals fresh.

Too Human (360)

An epic in the making, Too Human is already set to be part of a trilogy. Everyone loves a trilogy. They’ve created an enormous world with a unique technology and organic design. The game is built on story, including a very ambitious new dynamic camera system that’s supposed to always give you the best view of the action during gameplay. The game also features a plethora of RPG elements to keep you interested. As with most RPGs you can upgrade almost everything, from weapons, to armor, to special abilities that extend your combat. The game also features a unique combat system, using the right analog stick for both melee and ranged attacks.

Fable 2 (360)

Sequel to a game that was a giant leap in artificial intelligence, Fable 2 looks to surpass it’s predecessor in every way. The ultimate choice between good and evil. This time your options are even greater. Similar to another Lionhead game, Black & White, the player will be given a pet in order to help you throughout the game, and also as a friend you can bond with. Peter Molyneux, the games creator has said he wants the game to get the player emotionally involved. Just a guess, but you can probably expect that your dog will eventually die. In addition to a game with conscience, the game is one of the first games to introduce money into the game before it’s release. That’s right, you can begin earning gold to spend in Fable 2 before the game ever hits store shelve, thanks to downloadable arcade games on Xbox Live.

Banjo-Kazooie 3 (360)

Very little is know of Bajo-Kazooie 3, if that is in fact it’s name. Rare, the company developing the game, released a short teaser trailer back in September 2006. It really didn’t show any gameplay, however, it did show a new boxy art style you can see in the screenshots above. You can expect the regular Bajo-Kazooie platform elements, collect everything in sight, teamwork to reach different areas and beat different enemies, and large open worlds. The Xbox 360 isn’t exactly known for having many platformers, so this will be a welcome addition. The last time we had a Banjo game was back on the N64.

Gears of War 2 (360)

Do I really have to say anything? Gears of War 2. You knew they would make it. The first was such a huge success, it actually beat Halo for top online multiplayer game, if only because it was the last-gen Halo 2. The game features everything new the Unreal Engine 3 has to offer. More enemies on screen, more destruction, more realistic lighting, and more chainsawing action. Another emergence day awaits us this fall.

Halo Wars

Halo isn’t dead! At least the Halo universe isn’t. Halo Wars is the first Halo game that isn’t a Halo game. It’s a real-time strategy. While the game isn’t being developed solely over at Bungie, it is being developed from the ground up for the Xbox 360 and console gameplay. Meaning they’ve supposedly solved some of the problems that plague many real-time strategy games on consoles. Did you know that Halo was originally a real-time strategy game being developed for the Mac? It’s true.

Splinter Cell: Conviction (360)

The next step for Sam Fisher looks remarkably similar to a Bourne Identity type game. That said, it still looks great. They’ve dropped the green eyed goggles in exchange for a man bag (ala Jack Bauer), hoodie, and beard, and they’ve got a stripped down and dirty, raw, Splinter Cell game where you’re now a fugitive from the law. The new game looks to change more than Sam’s fashion, focusing on what Ubisoft is calling “All new improvisation-based gameplay”. Where your inventory is actually the world around you, pick up and throw chairs, etc. Use crowds to your advantage, similar to Assassin’s Creed. This could be a great way to freshen up the series, or it could go too far from it’s roots and lose fans.

Left 4 Dead (360)

Zombies, Co-Op, Valve, Source, ’nuff said. The “43 in Left 4 Dead actually means something, it’s not just l337 speak. That’s right, 4-player co-op for a zombie first person shooter. A lot of people have high expectations for this one, and it looks like it could live up to them. Not a fan of being human, well they’ve got you covered. You can choose to play as a zombie, or “infected” as they’re called in the game. There are a number of different types of zombies each with different strengths and weaknesses. The brain eating should commence around October.

Alan Wake (360)

Do you like psychological thrillers? Alan Wake is a presented as more of a “movie” like game than a traditional action game. They’re officially calling it a “psychological action thriller”. The game has been in development for a while now (it won GameSpy’s Best of E3 2005) and claims to have a 2008 release date, we’ll see. It looks beautiful, the developer’s have spent a lot of time on really capturing the mood of a thriller. They’ve included full realtime day-to-night lighting and weather effects.

Honorable Mention: Heavy Rain (PS3), The Agency (PS3), L.A. Noire (PS3), Tekken 6 (PS3), Huxley (360), GTA4 (360 exclusive episodic content), Age of Conan (360)
That’s quite a bit and I’m tired. This should gives you something to think about if your making a console purchase this year. I’m sure there are a lot of games coming out that aren’t on this list. I’ve just covered some of the biggest of the console exclusives for 2008.

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How to Fix a PS3 That’s Not Reading Games – Make Your PlayStation 3 Problems Disappear!

by on Jan.08, 2011, under PS3

Rick Tana asked:

When you have a Ps3 that’s not reading games, then it’s obvious that there’s something wrong, but what? How can you know what’s wrong with your PlayStation 3? It’s quite easy to determine what’s wrong, especially with a PS3 that’s not reading games. It has to do with your ps3 Blu-ray lens. It’s high likely that it’s dusty and it needs to be fixed if you want to play a game or watch a movie again.

Few tips for fixing your PS3 not reading games

1) Restart your PlayStation 3.

2) Check for any loose cables. If so, put them back in and start your ps3 again.

3) Put out your hard drive and put it back in again.

4) Delete all your saved games and install files. Delete everything that has to do with your games.

Nothing worked? Oh.. what a shame isn’t it? It always has to be on the hard way to fix your PS3 not reading games problem.. Let’s check out the last 2 options you have.

You could send your console back to Sony. This might sound like a good idea to let them fix your PS3 problem, but take a look at this. They first have to send you a shipping box – takes 1 week. Then you have to send it back, that’s 1 week also, then there’s the repair phase, takes 2 weeks. And after that they will send it back to you again, that’s 5 weeks you have to wait!! Also, if you don’t have your warranty anymore, you will have to pay $150 for the repair. Quite expensive for a small fix like this.

Fix the PS3 not reading games problem by yourself!

I’d recommend you to do this, because it’s not that hard as it looks like. It could be done in one day and it doesn’t cost a lot ($25). As long as you use a guide to help you out, it should be no problem for you to fix your PS3 not reading games problem!

Why would you wait 5 weeks and pay $150 to let Sony repair it for you when you can fix it by yourself right now? As I’ve said before, if you use a repair guide, it should be no problem to fix the problem by yourself.

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