If you were one of the millions hit by the PlayStation Network outage, Sony feels your pain. And for violating what little innocents you may have had left, Sony is giving away free crap! You, Yes YOU, can claim reprimands for the bad touch of cyber warfare by simply logging on to your PlayStation 3 or PSP. . . . → Read More: Have you been bad touched by Sony Online?
As covered in the post from earlier today, you can now update the firmware on your PS3 and change your password. Kazuo Hirai just announcedthat we have begun the phased restoration by region of some of the services, starting with online multiplayer functionality.
Please note that these services will take a bit of time to be turned . . . → Read More: The Digital Matrix News: Playstation Network is back online…for some of us.
Well kids, it’s that time of the year again. The Digital Matrix Reverb is back in action to give you an inside look at the latest an greatest coming out this week. This week we have three big titles coming out as well as a few other games that will mostly be ignored.
Read more: The Digital Matrix Reverb: The week of 10/4
…IN PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2011
Latest Pro Evolution Soccer Boasts Complete Copa Santander Libertadores Club Roster for the Most Advanced PES Experience to Date
El Segundo, Calif. – September 8, 2010 – KONAMI today announced that Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 will feature all 40 clubs that played in the Copa Santander Libertadores 2010, South America’s most prominent and esteemed club soccer tournament.
With exclusive rights to the Copa Santander Libertadores, KONAMI has confirmed that all 40 clubs playing in the Copa Santander Libertadores will be included in the upcoming Pro Evolution Soccer 2011. All aspects of the club competition, including top teams and players, and the emotion of the Copa Libertadores will be captured in the game.
Read more: Digital Matrix News: Konami Reveals Clubs…
August 18, 2010 — KONAMI REVEALS PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2011 MASTER LEAGUE ONLINE MODE DETAILS
KONAMI released a detailed video explaining the intricacies of Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 Master League Online mode.
Producer Shingo ‘Seabass’ Takatsuka uses the new footage to explain how the new mode operates, detailing the basic mechanics such as player transfers and how the player can compete against their peers. Seabass also uses the video to introduce a number of other advances to the new game, such as the Stadium Edit mode.
Read more: The Digital Matrix (P)review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 Master League Online