Playstation 3 not updating games
The PSX was released in eight retail configurations during its lifespan; the 5000 series (with an embossed logo on top and grey stripe at the back) shipped with 160 GB Hard disk drives, while the 7000 series (with a colored logo on top and black stripe at the back) contained 250 GB drives.
Software updates were made available by disc and download.
Sony recently indicated that they plan to make changes to their Play Station Plus subscription service, which currently offers up two PS3 games-a-month for free download.
Hot fixes are not permanent -- they are temporarily stored in memory during the game session and lost upon exiting Borderlands 2.
To ensure that you receive hot fixes, make sure that your system is connected to the internet when Borderlands 2 boots up.
The PSX is a Sony digital video recorder with a fully integrated Play Station 2 video game console. Since it was designed to be a general-purpose consumer video device, it was marketed by the main Sony Corporation instead of Sony Computer Entertainment and does not carry the usual Play Station branding.
Its high cost resulted in poor sales, The device is a fully functional digital video recorder with an included Infrared remote control and S-Video, composite video, and RF inputs. It can also be linked with a Play Station Portable to transfer videos and music via USB ports, It was the first device to use Sony's Xross Media Bar (XMB) graphical user interface, which was later used on the Play Station Portable, Play Station 3, and 2008-era BRAVIA TVs.