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Access Twitch servers from Paris, with love

Gameplay broadcasting platform Twitch announced the addition of servers in Paris, France, bolstering the service's stability in Europe. The Paris addition is just the latest in a string of Twitch overhauls; Twitch also upgraded its infrastructure this month in Dallas and London while Los Angeles...

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White Knight Chronicles: Dogma Wars set for February release in Japan

Level 5's franchise about big, big metal dudes is set to get a lot, lot smaller early next year: Sony has announced that the verbosely-titled PSP RPG (deep breath) White Knight Chronicles Episode.Portable: Dogma Wars (whew!) will be released in Japan on February 3, 2011. As hinted at when the...

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PSP Wi-Fi Store to launch in fall, PS3 Infrastructure mode announced

Someone at Sony is trying way too hard. Can you believe an ambitious young stooge has dared to decipher the mysterious toggle on the left side of the PSP? And wouldn't you know, the thing's a Wi-Fi switch! Now all hell's broken loose at Sony HQ, as the discovery has ushered in a new era of brite...

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Online service ends for Lemmings, World Tour Soccer 2 [Update]

Online services can't last forever, especially if no one is playing the game. SCEA SCEE has announced that they're ending support for Infrastructure in the following PSP games: Lemmings World Tour Soccer 2 The games will go offline on June 30th, so if you're still playing these games, you may...

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Need for Speed ProStreet gets exclusive features on PSP

EA loves adding a few extra things to the PSP versions of their games. Although ProStreet on PSP is "at its core, a portable edition of the console version," there are a number of extras that PSP owners can look forward to. Driver Intuition, Driver Personas, and Speed Mode are all features...

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SEGA Rally to feature Infrastructure multiplayer

Sega is continuing its (questionable) love of PSP with the newly announced SEGA Rally. Like Full Auto 2 before it, the game will be built from scratch for the handheld, instead of being a watered-down port of the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. Bugbear Entertainment will be responsible for the PSP...

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Killzone: Liberation patch finally available

After countless months of waiting, the promised Killzone: Liberation patch is finally available for download. The patch includes an extension of the single-player campaign (Chapter 5), and new multiplayer options -- such as the hotly anticipated Infrastructure mode, which allows players to compete...

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SOCOM: Tactical Strike unveiled

The SOCOM series has found a great deal of success on PSP. The Fireteam Bravo series have pushed the limits of Infrastructure play on the handheld. Now, Sony's taking the series in a bold new direction. Tactical Strike adds tactical strategy to the franchise. According to IGN, "Tactical Strike is...

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Next Worms game to have exclusive features on PSP

We know that Worms: Open Warfare 2 is coming to both Nintendo DS and Sony PSP. So, how are the two versions different? Well, both feature online (Infrastructure) play, but the PSP version will have a few features that Nintendo's handheld won't be able to offer. In an interview with IGN, director...

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Killzone Command Center opens, but where's the expansion?

Remember the Killzone downloadable content that we were supposed to get nearly ten months ago? This free expansion will expand the single player campaign and offer a crucial upgrade to the multiplayer: Infrastructure support. After a successful beta test, we assumed that the patch would come soon,...

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