May 23 2011
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The Priority In-Game Music **Updated**

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Aztec_MC presents the history of updates & the priority of in-game music. I'm a supporter of in-game music.

SYSTEM SOFTWARE UPDATE HISTORY


Version 1.10 --- November 17, 2006

No in-game XMB. No 720p Blu-Ray. No DTS Audio. No Trophies. No Wallpapers. No Themes. No Rumble.

Version 1.11 --- November 28, 2006

Version 1.30 --- December 6, 2006

Version 1.31 --- December 13, 2006

December 14, 2006 ---> My Birthday

Version 1.32 --- December 21, 2006


Version 1.50 --- January 24, 2007

Version 1.51 --- February 2, 2007    

Version 1.54 --- February 28, 2007


Version 1.60 --- March 22, 2007

Version 1.70 --- April 19, 2007

Version 1.80 --- May 24, 2007

Version 1.81 --- June 15, 2007

Version 1.82 --- June 28, 2007

Version 1.90 --- July 24, 2007

Version 1.92 --- September 4, 2007

Version 1.93 --- September 13, 2007

Version 1.94 --- October 23, 2007

Version 2.00 --- November 8, 2007

Version 2.01 --- November 20, 2007

December 14 ---> My Birthday

Version 2.10 --- December 18, 2007


Version 2.17 --- March 13, 2008

Version 2.20 --- March 25, 2008

Version 2.30 --- April 15, 2008

Version 2.35 --- May 15, 2008

Version 2.36 --- June 18, 2008

Version 2.40 --- July 2, 2008

In-game XMB acces. Trophy support. Friends increase from 50 to 100. Time & Date via XMB.



(At 3:50 in the video, Eric Lempel promises In-Game Music. It wasn't included.)

Version 2.41 --- July 8, 2008

Version 2.42 --- July 30, 2008

Version 2.43 --- September 17, 2008

Version 2.50 --- October 15, 2008

Version 2.51 --- October 27, 2008

Version 2.52 --- November 5, 2008

Version 2.53 --- December 2, 2008

December 14 ---> My Birthday

Version 2.60 --- January 21, 2009


Version 2.70 --- April 2, 2009

Version 2.76 --- May 14, 2009

Version 2.80 --- June 24, 2009

Version 3.00 --- September 1, 2009

Version 3.01 --- September 15, 2009

Version 3.10 --- November 19, 2009

Version 3.15 --- December 10, 2009

December 14 ---> My Birthday
**UPDATE** 2010 & 2011 Updates Coming Soon
February 9, 2010

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Re: The Priority In-Game Music

Feb 11, 2010

some games have in game. all games are capable but the developers of such don't allow it.

now, when the premium ps3 service comes out we will be able to over ride what the developers blocked and have in game music but you will have to pay for it . you will still be able to keep your free service

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Feb 11, 2010

Aztec_MC wrote:
Below is a new edition of Aztec_MC presents the history of updates & the priority of in-game music. I'm a supporter of in-game music, and I know that EA GAMES ruined it, nonetheless, it's not all EA GAMES' fault. I find this interesting.
 
SYSTEM SOFTWARE UPDATE HISTORY
 
Version 1.10

November 17, 2006
Launch of 60GB PS3, amazing blu-ray movie player. NO in-game xmb access.
 
Version 1.11

November 28, 2006

Version 1.30

December 6, 2006
 
Version 1.31

December 13, 2006
 
14th--> My Birthday 
 
Version 1.32

December 21, 2006
 
Version 1.50 

January 24, 2007
 
Version 1.51

February 2, 2007
 
Version 1.54

February 28, 2007
 
Version 1.60

March 22, 2007
 
Version 1.70 

April 19, 2007
 
Version 1.80

May 24, 2007
 
Version 1.81

June 15, 2007
 
Version 1.82

June 28, 2007
 
Version 1.90

July 24, 20007 
 
Version 1.92

September 4, 2007
 
Version 1.93

September 13, 2007
 
Version 1.94

October 23, 2007
 
Version 2.00

November 8, 2007
 
Version 2.01

November 20, 2007
 
14th--> My Birthday
 
Version 2.10

December 18, 2007
 
Version 2.17

March 13, 2008
 
Version 2.20

March 25, 2008
 
Version 2.30

April 15, 2008
 
Version 2.35

May 15, 2008
 
Version 2.36 

June 18, 2008
 
Version 2.40

July 2, 2008
 
Version 2.41 

July 8, 2008
 
Version 2.42

July 30, 2008
 
Version 2.43

September 17, 2008
Ability to access XMB software during gameplay ("certain people" promised in-game music, however).
It only took 2 years for in-game XMB access. Finally, we could have "friends" on a PS3.
 
Version 2.50

October 15, 2008
 
Version 2.51

October 27, 2008
 
Version 2.52

November 5, 2008
 
Version 2.53

December 2, 2008
 
14th--> My Birthday
 
Version 2.60

January 21, 2009
 
Version 2.70

April 2, 2009
 
Version 2.76

May 14, 2009
 
Version 2.80

June 24, 2009
 
Version 3.00

September 1, 2009
 
Version 3.01

September 15, 2009
 
Version 3.10

November 19, 2009
 
Version 3.15

December 10, 2009
The last update thus far.
 
14th--> My Birthday
 
February 9, 2010

No updates this year. Will 2010 be the year for in-game xmb?

EA has nothing to do with it.  quit listening to unfounded speculation from an idiot that happened to guess that a slim PS3 model would be released.  

 

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OhCrikeyItsMikey wrote:

some games have in game. all games are capable but the developers of such don't allow it.

now, when the premium ps3 service comes out we will be able to over ride what the developers blocked and have in game music but you will have to pay for it . You will still be able to keep your free service


WOW!!!!! You know this??????? You must be God, cuz this has never been conformed nor was it in the survey for the premium service.

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Feb 11, 2010
No offense, but what do you actually expect from a topic in which you list the dates of when all firmware updates were released? If you'd include what each firmware version actually contained, the list would have a purpose. Although such a list already exists, officially too. And what does this have to do with in-game music?
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Feb 11, 2010

RobbySpry wrote:
No offense, but what do you actually expect from a topic in which you list the dates of when all firmware updates were released? If you'd include what each firmware version actually contained, the list would have a purpose. Although such a list already exists, officially too. And what does this have to do with in-game music?
THAT'S THE POINT... nothing has happened at all. Except the in-game xmb, which was the only update worth noting.
This list is about exactly how they haven't done a single thing for in-game music, not one. they even had the "gull" to release in-game xmb access, but they managed to restrict music access... just 4 years of absolutely nothing, kinda sad.
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OhCrikeyItsMikey wrote:

some games have in game. all games are capable but the developers of such don't allow it.

now, when the premium ps3 service comes out we will be able to over ride what the developers blocked and have in game music but you will have to pay for it . you will still be able to keep your free service


that's probably not true, HOWEVER, i would pay cash money for in-game music support. a one time fee of $1.99, or $199, I'll pay it... no problem.  

 

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THAT'S THE POINT... nothing has happened at all. Except the in-game xmb, which was the only update worth noting.
This list is about exactly how they haven't done a single thing for in-game music, not one. they even had the "gull" to release in-game xmb access, but they managed to restrict music access... just 4 years of absolutely nothing, kinda sad.

Ah. Interesting way of showing it, hehe. I only really have one theory that i go on for the not-so-impressive XMB of the PS3: how can you improve a machine that already does it all?

 

But in-game music though... hmm.. i realize it would be more practical doing it directly on the PS3, but wouldn't that just create unnecessary use of the harddrive, memory and so on? Why not just turn off the music of the game and put the music on on a stereo or some other device that plays the music next to the PS3? Even though i hate the music in some games myself, i kind of think that you're supposed to listen to certain songs that are in some games when they are playing, to get the right mood.

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Feb 11, 2010

Aztec_MC wrote:
This list is about exactly how they haven't done a single thing for in-game music, not one. 

sure they have.  they've left it up to the game devs to implement that feature into their games.   

 

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Feb 11, 2010

I would absolutely love it if the proposed PSN premium service offered in-game music access. I would definatley pay for this in an instant.

 

I just hope Sony have this in the planning stages. We've been waiting for a proper universal custom soundtracks on the PS3 since the console's launch in 2007. I think it's about time Sony enabled it via a firmware update and just give the consumers what they want for a change.

 

 

 

 

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