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Downloading this now? taking ages, what the hell is it for, i'm gussing its just for game/system stability

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Every 2 weeks there are new updates, swear i ain't even updated the last one yet

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ingame-XMB is being rumoured to come in the next 20-30 days, but I doubt it.
It HAS to come out before MGS, otherwise that would be a f*ck*ng joke.Ingame-XMB, not something the makers have done that allows you to read msgs.

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ingame-XMB is being rumoured to come in the next 20-30 days, but I doubt it.
It HAS to come out before MGS, otherwise that would be a f*ck*ng joke.Ingame-XMB, not something the makers have done that allows you to read msgs.
Yeh its pathetic.But the Japanese care not for it.. so we suffer.Was meant to come out August 2007 originally, before Home beta came out in Oct 2007, and released fully in early Feb 08.

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Ingame-XMB needs to hurry up hate it when somone asks u a question an by the time u finish the game u forget about it till u next load up the ps3

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yeah there are rumours from insiders that there's gonna be a firmware update just before MGS.They can't confirm in-game xmb will be available, personallyI think its gonna be delayed. everything is always delayed.firmware 2.40...I reckon that'll change too

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PS3's not been played in weeks.
only go on it for web browsing tbh
thought i was the only lmao

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PS3's not been played in weeks.Swag.
PS3's not been played in weeks.
only go on it for web browsing tbh
cos u man aint real gamers. cop a headset n get into this.

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lol @ people who have like 3 games max on their ps3 and probably 12321 games on their 360 talkin about how thy dnt play itwhat'd u expect

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will install this tomorrow+get back on proGTA on 360 has been all i've played for a whileLOL @ the way people defend consoles though

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We reported earlier today on a video upload feature that's present in the latest update to Sony's Japan-only Mainichi Issyo game for the PS3. This feature allows players to record their gameplay sessions and either save the resulting clips to the PS3 hard disk, or have the footage instantly uploaded to YouTube. While Mainichi Issyo is currently the only PS3 title to have this feature, Sony's plans for YouTube compatibility appear to be a bit more expansive.It turns out that the YouTube compatibility is one of those secret updates that occasionally make it unannounced into a PlayStation 3 firmware update. The functionality was added to the PS3 operating system via Version 2.35 of the firmware, which became available to PS3 owners today.Having your firmware updated to 2.35 doesn't mean you can go into any game, record your gameplay sessions, and upload the clips to YouTube, though. Individual game titles have to support the feature for it to work, and currently Mainichi Issyo is the only title to do so. However, Sony told Japan's Impress Watch, "It's possible that similar functionality will be added to other games as well."In Mainichi Issyo's case, videos are captured at 320x240, 30 frames per second and saved in an MPEG-4 file at 768kbps. Sound is recorded at 64kbps in AAC format. The maximum clip length is ten minutes.Upon selecting to finish their recording sessions, players are given the choice of either saving their clips to the hard disk or uploading them to YouTube. Choose the latter option, and you're prompted for your YouTube user name and password. The game then uploads the clip on the spot, showing a progress bar while you wait for the upload to complete.
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We reported earlier today on a video upload feature that's present in the latest update to Sony's Japan-only Mainichi Issyo game for the PS3. This feature allows players to record their gameplay sessions and either save the resulting clips to the PS3 hard disk, or have the footage instantly uploaded to YouTube. While Mainichi Issyo is currently the only PS3 title to have this feature, Sony's plans for YouTube compatibility appear to be a bit more expansive.It turns out that the YouTube compatibility is one of those secret updates that occasionally make it unannounced into a PlayStation 3 firmware update. The functionality was added to the PS3 operating system via Version 2.35 of the firmware, which became available to PS3 owners today.Having your firmware updated to 2.35 doesn't mean you can go into any game, record your gameplay sessions, and upload the clips to YouTube, though. Individual game titles have to support the feature for it to work, and currently Mainichi Issyo is the only title to do so. However, Sony told Japan's Impress Watch, "It's possible that similar functionality will be added to other games as well."In Mainichi Issyo's case, videos are captured at 320x240, 30 frames per second and saved in an MPEG-4 file at 768kbps. Sound is recorded at 64kbps in AAC format. The maximum clip length is ten minutes.Upon selecting to finish their recording sessions, players are given the choice of either saving their clips to the hard disk or uploading them to YouTube. Choose the latter option, and you're prompted for your YouTube user name and password. The game then uploads the clip on the spot, showing a progress bar while you wait for the upload to complete.
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THAT IS SICKwhy don't sony ever tell us these things

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We reported earlier today on a video upload feature that's present in the latest update to Sony's Japan-only Mainichi Issyo game for the PS3. This feature allows players to record their gameplay sessions and either save the resulting clips to the PS3 hard disk, or have the footage instantly uploaded to YouTube. While Mainichi Issyo is currently the only PS3 title to have this feature, Sony's plans for YouTube compatibility appear to be a bit more expansive.It turns out that the YouTube compatibility is one of those secret updates that occasionally make it unannounced into a PlayStation 3 firmware update. The functionality was added to the PS3 operating system via Version 2.35 of the firmware, which became available to PS3 owners today.Having your firmware updated to 2.35 doesn't mean you can go into any game, record your gameplay sessions, and upload the clips to YouTube, though. Individual game titles have to support the feature for it to work, and currently Mainichi Issyo is the only title to do so. However, Sony told Japan's Impress Watch, "It's possible that similar functionality will be added to other games as well."In Mainichi Issyo's case, videos are captured at 320x240, 30 frames per second and saved in an MPEG-4 file at 768kbps. Sound is recorded at 64kbps in AAC format. The maximum clip length is ten minutes.Upon selecting to finish their recording sessions, players are given the choice of either saving their clips to the hard disk or uploading them to YouTube. Choose the latter option, and you're prompted for your YouTube user name and password. The game then uploads the clip on the spot, showing a progress bar while you wait for the upload to complete.
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THAT IS SICKwhy don't sony ever tell us these things
SICK

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i so needed something like this for when lbp comes out....now i can record that special funny time effortlessly , that's if it happens though.

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