E3: Sony PlayStation 3 Video
Sony unveils its first motion controller for the PlayStation 3.
The Bungie team that brought you Halo, brings their first title to the Sony PlayStation 4.
The studio behind Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain shows off their first Sony PlayStation 4 game.
Dan Ackerman takes a look inside the box of the brand-new Sony PlayStation 4.
Up to 1,000 of RIM's BlackBerry PlayBooks are recalled, Netflix scoops up films from Miramax, and Sony finally starts to relaunch the PlayStation Network but not without glitches.
At E3 2012 in Los Angeles, Sony offered a new game featuring a host of popular characters from a variety of classic PlayStation titles, and highlighted PS3/PS Vita Cross-Play.
Netflix is planning to tattle on ISPs that throttle its streaming service and Sony announces PlayStation games for Android devices and a brand new PlayStation Portable.
The Microsoft Xbox 360 and the Sony PlayStation 3 battle to the death in the exciting conclusion of this two-part Prizefight!
The next-generation Sony PlayStation 3 is a graphical powerhouse with an impressive array of extra features.
Jeff Bakalar goes hands on with a demo of PlayStation Now, Sony's game streaming service debuting in the summer of 2014.
Sony PlayStation 3 (60GB) Review
The good: Swanky design with quiet operation; all games in high-definition; PSP-like user-friendly interface; plays high-def Blu-ray movies in addition to upscaling standard DVDs; built-in Wi-Fi and flash media reader; 60GB hard drive; online play is free; HDMI output with 1080p support; no external power supply; free online gaming service; plays PS2 and PS1 games; backwards compatibility is hardware based.
The bad: Compelling exclusive games are still few and far between; PlayStation Home and rumble controller not available until 2008; a USB port on the back would've been nice; no infrared port means non-Bluetooth universal remotes aren't compatible; glossy black finish is a fingerprint magnet; online gaming, media, and commerce options not nearly as developed as Xbox Live.
The bottom line: The high-end Sony PlayStation 3's larger hard drive and ability to play PS2 games makes it a worthwhile alternative to the cheaper model--so long as you're willing to wait several months for the more promising exclusive titles to hit store shelves. If backward compatibility is your top priority, this hard-to-find model may be worth the search.
Sony PlayStation 3 (60GB) Specs
Part number: 711719800002
- Product Specifications