PS3 Dashboard Video Walkthrough

Posted: Aug 21 2006, 2:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:45pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
PS3 Dashboard Video Walkthrough
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Just a couple days ago, we got to see exactly what the PS3 system menu will look like, but only by way of a very quick, uninformative video clip. Now, thanks to an IGN video, we get to see exactly what is under each submenu and it gives us a feel for the almost absolute degree to which the PS3 copies the PSP interface.

The video, along with audio commentary, shows pretty much exactly what you'll see when you turn on your PS3 on November 17. The major changes that are still in the works apparently include customizable wallpaper and other "user defined" settings.Considering how much more processing power the PS3 will have, it's kind of underwhelming in my opinion to draw it down to a replica of the PSP. Give us some super awesome kind of 3D interface or something. Regardless, it is nice to finally get some more real details on what the PS3 will be able to do right out of the box.

Watch the video (Google Video). Via Joystiq

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