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No both use different format to save progress. As xbox one runs on Microsoft made os and ps3 runs on sony made os. You can only use console of its own family. That is ps3 save is compatible with ps4 and xbox 360 save is compatible with xbox one. You cannot make them read save of other family (ps3 and xbox one).
I'm also playing with PS3 and had the same bug. I managed to fix it by using Unrelenting Force and Wabbajack on Deor. I don't know which one fixed it, but I had to use those several times on him. Give it a try. Hope this helps.
PlayStation and PlayStation 2 memory cards, along with the Memory Stick Duo cards used by the PSP, all use flash memory which is a form non-volatile memory that doesn't need power to maintain its state. So they won't lose their saves the same way your old GameBoy cartridges did because they don't have batteries that can go dead. However nothing lasts ...
No they will never if maintained and taken care properly.
To do this you have to create a normal game in public, and that the person you want to play is one.
Provided you mean that you'll be buying another copy on the PS3, then yes, your existing save files/dlc will still work. :) edit Of course, I should note that you'll have to ensure that the new copy is from the same region as the original, as that may play a part also.
No. The PS3 may support keyboards, but it does not offer any kind of recording feature. This means you'll have to rely on external devices doing the recording instead of your console. You'll need a PC equipped with a so-called video capture card to do it. You will also need to plug your PS3 to the capture card, and your PC to your TV or whatever screen you ...
I've experienced this problem too. Try plugging it in your PC (like you would charge it or something like that), pull it out and then walk towards your ps3. (Or just put your pc next to your playstation if you have a laptop). I don't know why but when I did this, the controller suddenly connected to my ps3 again without complaining. (I guess the PC screws ...
I figured out the problem. First of all, your control settings are only applied when starting a new game, not when you load a saved game. That's incredibly annoying because you have to sit through a 20 minute unskippable cutscene when starting a game... Second, this game's version of "normal" and "inverted" are actually the opposite of what I would expect ...
In short. Yes, with one exception. If you purchase a "free" PSN+ game, that game has a license expiration. You can play that game offline until the date of the expiration, at which point the system will want to connect to Sony to validate if the license has been extended or not. If you look at the information on a game you will see the date purchased and if ...
It sounds like you're trying to replace the internal hard drive of the PS3. If so, the PS3 will detect that and prompt you to format it on start up. You shouldn't need to download/run anything from a USB flash stick or CD/DVD at all. It is very much 'Plug and Play' in that regard. Once formatted, it will install the version of the OS that the PS3 was ...
Rockstar used to have a web checklist for this, but it appears to be taken down. Anyway, 100% requires all: Story missions (57) Outfits (9) Rare weapons purchased (5) Houses owned (the two you can 'rent' do not count, 13) Gang hideouts (7, the exclusive PS3 hideout does not count) Challenges done (10 for sharpshooter, survival, hunting each, but 9 for ...
You are correct that Gamespy servers were officially decommissioned in May 2014. Dungeon Defenders relied on Gamespy servers for multiplayer support, and the game has not been updated to accommodate another multiplayer platform. In short, Dungeon Defenders on PS3 cannot be played using online multiplayer. It does however have local split-screen co op, so if ...
Try re-downloading the DLC, I have never had any issues with the Borderlands 2 DLC that could not be solved that way.
Yes. As long as you've "activated" your console with the secondary account, you may use the games and DLC bought in it by different users on the same console. There may be some exceptions to this (I know of a single game and a couple of DLC), but to be on the safe side, on the store's product page, look for the disclaimer One time fee for use of ...
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