Extra! Extra! Titulares – Febrero/17/2011


“Music Unlimited” llega hoy a PlayStation 3 – PlayStation Blog – We’re excited to introduce a new way to experience music on your PlayStation and other Sony connected devices with today’s launch of cloud-based, streaming digital music service Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity. With Music Unlimited, you’ll have access to more than six million music tracks from major recording labels, leading independent labels and major publishers around the world. Discover the latest hits or classic favorites and sync your existing music library with the cloud for an endless custom music experience via personalized music channels and playlists… [seguir leyendo]

=-=-= VIDEO: Music Unlimited – via: PlayStation Blog =-=-=


Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, mueven el DLC “Reverie” para marzo – Joystiq – Castlevania: Lords of Shadow’s “Reverie” DLC, originally set to be released this month, has slipped into March according to an announcement on the Castlevania Facebook page. “Our apologies for the delay but it’s going to be worth it!” That “unruly evil” that Gabriel and Laura track down in the DLC is only going to be more unruly the longer we let it stew… [seguir leyendo]

Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit, de camino nuevos DLCs – Joystiq – After yesterday’s discovery of new Achievements arriving in this week’s Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit patch — cheevos that hinted at Lamborghini and Porsche DLC — EA today issued a press releasing detailing three new DLC packs launching over the next three weeks starting on February 22. And wouldn’t you know it, two of the packs happen to be themed after the aforementioned luxury car brands; “Lamborghini Untamed” adds three Lambos and 10 new events, while “Porsche Untamed” brings two Porsches and 10 more new events… [seguir leyendo]

2 Comments

  1. Michael Negrón (Mngavis) February 17, 2011 9:55 pm  Reply

    El DLC de Castlevania como que está tarde.

    No me esperaba que sacaran más DLC para Hot Pursuit cuando anunciaron Shift 2.

    El nuevo sistema de distribución de música se ve impresionante, pero no lo pienso usar por ahora.

  2. Gatonejo February 17, 2011 3:45 pm  Reply

    El servicio de Music Unlimited me interesa. Estaré explorando la seleción musical que tengan durante el periodo gratis.

    No creo que me quede con la versión premium, pero si con la básica.

    PlayStation Blog – Eric Lempel // VP, Network Operations Americas: “Music Unlimited will be available later this afternoon Pacific Standard Time (PST) for 30-day free trial of the Premium service, with monthly subscriptions of Premium at $9.99 or Basic at $3.99

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