New 160GB PlayStation 3 will let you download more games, store more music, share more pictures and record more of your favourite TV and movies.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe announced at Games Convention 2008 in Leipzig that the 160GB PlayStation 3 will launch in the near future in the PAL markets as part of a bundle box including additional PlayStation Network content.
This new model has more than twice the storage capacity of the current models and can store and deliver more entertainment than ever before – perfect for people with an insatiable thirst for downloading and storing content.
The vast increase in storage space allows for even more video, music, and photo downloads as well as games, game extras, playable demos, and trailers from PlayStation Network – making PS3 an even more attractive buy for those looking for an all-in-one entertainment system. With the new 160GB PS3, owners will have all of their media right where they need it.
Downloading content via PlayStation Network is one of the core experiences of PS3. PlayStation Store is the online destination for downloading games, extra content for games and more – all of which require hard drive space.
In addition, SingStar allows owners to download track after track from SingStore, while Buzz!: Quiz TV is supported by downloadable quiz packs direct from the developers. LittleBigPlanet encourages players to download and share levels that other gamers have created, while the forthcoming PlayTV allows people to record free-to-air digital TV.
Besides the extra hard drive space, owners can look forward to all of the other features of PS3: the High Definition Blu-ray Disc player allowing for amazing sound and images, Internet access, DUALSHOCK 3 Wireless Controllers, video chat, online play with other gamers across PlayStation Network – and a stunning and ever-growing range of next generation games including the eagerly anticipated Resistance 2, LittleBigPlanet, MotorStorm Pacific Rift, inFamous and more.
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