30 December 2012

Upgrading my PS3

I have been a PS3 user for more then 3 years now but after all that time my PS3 Slim some how stopped working.
Even if i have not giving up all hope i have made the decision to say that it died and bought my self a complete new PS3.
I bought the Super Slim this time and i have no regret so far.
Although there are not many Review out there i got my info for the super slim with many bit of info from around the web but mostly on YouTube.

Wen i have the Super Slim for more then a month i will post a blog post here with a Review of the PS3 Super Slim.

The only thing i can tell you that the Date Transfer from 1 PS3 to another is easy.
This is the guide i used but down i will go in more detail to some things of how i did it.
(Link Guide) ->> PS3™ | Data Transfer Utility

Tip1: First the transfer will cost you some time this is different on how much content you have.
so Delete any Videos or Music that you don't need on the PS3 and have backed up on a PC or the Cloud.
I have a good filled PS3 Slim but even with that it still toke me around 4hour and 30min to finish.
This seems to be fast sins i read that most poeple had problems with this and toke more then 12hour for it.

Tip2: Now don't be a fool and connect your PS3's together by a LAN cable and don't use a harddrive to move it between them.
Its true that the PS3 Slim had problem to find my PS3 Super Slim at first but this it because i was not patient enough and forgot to shutdown and start up my PS3's again after a PSN content registration has been Deactivate.
so follow the steps well from the guide and everything will be oke.

Tip3: Not really a tip but more a set of extra information for you.
The PS3 should delete the old data but mine did not do this.
Wy? not sure but if you come in this situation and completed the steps from the guide then you should format your old PS3 so that the content is gone

Got any tips? or have your own review already up some where tell me in the comment below.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

I have PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale since it its release here in the EU and I have used most of my time playing it because it is more fun how more I play it.

Like many I had the chance to play the closed beta on my Vita with a selection of a few characters.
During that time there were many game events that had this game to play.
I sadly was at none of them but I did had the chance to keep track of all the character rumors and news.
Making me more looking forward to get it and play it till my controller would break.

As I waited the open beta showed up for plus users and a week later for everyone during that time I could enjoy a little more of it before its release.

But now I have seen the final product do i still like it?
Yes i am happy with the result.
I still played it although I got all trophies on the Vita only need a good internet connection and also for the PS3.
The challenges keep me busy when there is no internet but the second I have internet and bam! I am online beating other people up (or get my ass kicked).

Is it like Super Smash Bros?
No it looks similar but its not that case.
  • In Smash you tried to ring a opponent by beating him/her up as much that the fly or fall of the stage.
  • In All-Stars you build up a meter to get super of kill move that kill your opponent and score with this.
The idea is almost the same since you need to play smart so that you kick and punch more than your opponent but in All-Stars the super/kill move needs also skill.
So if you play smart and know that your opponent has super/kill move and know how to evade this then his/her move was wasted.
Of course the meter thus not only build up to 1 bar but up to 3.
There 3 types of super/kill move, this different per character but even if the characters are so different the game is still balanced.

The stages in All-Stars are more diverse then Smash.
  • In Smash you will always play the same matches and all the moving hazard in the stage will be timed at the same time over and over.
  • In All-Stars the stages are never the same, sometimes the Resistance stage is pulled up faster in the time of the match and more bubbles are shot by the droid or 1 of the 2 or reversed. Also the stages are made of 2 franchises instead of 1.

Local multiplayer is fun but online is even more fun.
If I am with 2 friends but need an extra player I can easily add online player to the match through my own game or in the online ranked or unranked matches.

And even if there roster is only 20 characters big now the list will probably grow as the makers of the game do listen to their audience.
Where getting Kat (Gravity Rush) and Emmett Graves (Starhawk) in January and lets hope more will come not just stages and characters but also modes and more customization to Versus Matches.
And a 1 on 1 for online matches.
Emmet and Kat

and the new stage.

Heavenly Sword mixed with Wipeout
Well saying it again but i am really happy that we PlayStation Fans have this brawler and have solid and fun product.
If you want to have a match with me find me on the PSN under the name GrimLink
Let me hear what you think of this game in the comments below.

18 December 2012

Uncharted Fight for Fortune

Like many i was not really sure if this game would be good sins it was labeled with Uncharted.
But don't be fooled by its label because it is a great game and this also the first card game on the Vita.
It's stupid that no has made one before like Magic does on the PS3.
It's bold that BEND brings it a Uncharted painted game but the did it well.
Also this game is cheap prized and if you like me have completed Uncharted Golden Abyss the game gives you bonuses to your cards
Its nice but not necessary.
I like the game and its fun.
And its worth your money but its not a top game.
If you got some spare money check it out its fun and the first card game on the Vita.

Whats your opinion share it below in the comments.