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  • The Official PS3 Wireless Stereo Headset
  • 7.1 virtual surround sound enables you to hear the enemy before they see you
  • Crystal clear conversations to strategize with teammates. Stay informed with exclusive on-screen headset status updates.
  • Built-in rechargeable battery delivers seven hours usage on a single charge. Enjoy your Wireless Stereo Headset on your PC or Mac
  • Enjoy hi-fidelity sound while watching your favorite movie. Breathable oversized earpads allow for hours of comfortable gameplay


Wireless Stereo Headset - Playstation 3 (Video Game)

Manufacturer: Sony Computer Entertainment
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: Action Video Games

Experience The Ultimate Audio Advantage with the official PS3 Wireless Stereo Headset. Hear the enemy before they see you with 7.1 digital surround sound. Mobilize your squad during intense multiplayer gaming using the highest quality voice chat. Maintain the edge by staying informed with on-screen headset status updates. Get fast access to key buttons like microphone mute and volume control with a simple tap or slide of the finger on the headset. And enjoy hours of in-the-zone comfort with oversized earpads. The official Wireless Stereo Headset for the PS3 system is your new deadliest weapon.
List Price:$99.99 USD
New From:$149.99 USD In Stock
Used from:$40.00 USD In Stock

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“Today also marks the beginning of the second week of the Beta and that means our scheduled updates to the available gametypes have been pushed – we’ve added in Team Objective and Co-op Hunters to the mix for this week. Once you’ve logged in, the version number on the top right should read 1.00.647.

On tap for this week are the following gametypes and modes:

July 4
to
July 9
Gametypes:Team Deathmatch, Free For All, Team Objective, Hardcore, Co-op Hunter 

Maps:Airstrip, Chateau

In addition, the video playlist for Uncharted TV has been updated with new content. See if you’ve made it into Rockshow2oo8’s Best Plays of the Week #1 – Beta Edition. We love this sort of thing! We’re always on the lookout for awesome user content – if you’ve got something you’ve been working on, leave us a post in the Uncharted 3 Fan Created Content forum!

As always, please leave us your feedback on the Beta, individual gametypes and maps, and any issues you may have discovered on the Uncharted 3 Multiplayer Beta discussion in the Naughty Dog community forums! There may be a ton of posts in there, but rest assured, we’re getting around to reading all your posts.”

Naughty Dog

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Q: What’s in the Welcome Back Program?

A: To start, all PSN members who had signed up before the outage (April 20, 2011) will be able to select two games for the PS3 system and two games for the PSP system.

For PS3 owners, go to the ‘Welcome Back’ section in the PlayStation Store, and select 2 titles from the following list:

  • Dead Nation
  • inFAMOUS
  • LittleBigPlanet
  • Super Stardust HD
  • Wipeout HD + Fury

For PSP owners, go to the ‘Welcome Back’ section of PlayStation Store on your PSP system and select 2 titles from the following list:

  • LittleBigPlanet (PSP)
  • ModNation Racers
  • Pursuit Force
  • Killzone Liberation

Select your first game from “Game 1”, then return to the Welcome Back page and go to “Game 2” to select your second game out of the remaining choices available. This goes for both PS3 and PSP. [click to continue…]

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“Sony Corporation and Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) announced today that Sony Network Entertainment International (SNEI, the company) will fully restore all PlayStation®Network services in the Americas, Europe/PAL territories and Asia, excluding Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea by the end of this week. The company will also resume Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity™ for PlayStation®3 (PS3®), PSP® (PlayStation®Portable), VAIO and other PCs. Details for Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea as well as the remaining services on Qriocity will be announced as they become available.

The company implemented considerable security enhancements to the network infrastructure, as well as conducted testing of the payment process and commerce functions. The first phase of PlayStation Network and Qriocity restoration began on May 15 in the Americas and Europe/PAL territories, followed by Japan and Asian countries and regions on May 28, when the company brought partial services back online. With this partial restoration users were able to access to some of the services such as online game play, account management, friend lists and chat functionality were restored. The full restoration of PlayStation Network as well as part of services to become available on Qriocity will include:

• Full functionality on PlayStation®Store [click to continue…]

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“Thank you for your patience and encouragement over the last few weeks. As covered in the post from earlier today, you can now update the firmware on your PS3 and change your password. Kazuo Hirai just announced that we have begun the phased restoration by region of some of the services, starting with online multiplayer functionality.

Please note that these services will take a bit of time to be turned on and rolled out to the whole country. The process has begun and some states are being turned on now, so please be patient as we reach your city and state. We’ll be updating the map below as service comes online in individual states. It will take several hours to restore PSN throughout the entire country, so please keep checking back for the latest updates. [click to continue…]

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“On Tuesday, April 26 we shared that some information that was compromised in connection with an illegal and unauthorized intrusion into our network. Once again, we’d like to apologize to the many users who were inconvenienced and worried about this situation.

We want to state this again given the increase in speculation about credit card information being used fraudulently. One report indicated that a group tried to sell millions of credit card numbers back to Sony. To my knowledge there is no truth to this report of a list, or that Sony was offered an opportunity to purchase the list.

One other point to clarify is from this weekend’s press conference. While the passwords that were stored were not “encrypted,” they were transformed using a cryptographic hash function. There is a difference between these two types of security measures which is why we said the passwords had not been encrypted. But I want to be very clear that the passwords were not stored in our database in cleartext form. For a description of the difference between encryption and hashing, follow this link.

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