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Attention gamers and birthday shoppers: Big W is selling a range of video games and peripherals for just $5 each, including popular titles for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. Here are a few goodies that caught our eye.


It's been in the works for some time, but numerous Twitter users over the weekend reported that the ABC's well-regarded and recently redesigned iView service is now working on the PS3. (Sony has a launch event for its PlayTV scheduled this week which will likely promote the iView integration as well.) If you've given it a try, tell us how it rolls in the comments.


If you have some videos in the .MKV format you're itching to play on your PlayStation3, check out this simple tutorial for converting them using mkv2vob. We've talked about how to rip DVDs for your PlayStation3 before. BitBurners.com takes on the digital-to-digital route, explaining how to covert both .MKV and .TS (ripped DVD video files) into a PlayStation3-compatible format. Along with the basic software how-to, you'll learn how to transfer them to your PlayStation3. Convert .MKV files for PlayStation 3 using mkv2vob


Video streaming web site YouTube announced a new beta service today called YouTube for TV (if you want to try it in your regular browser, here's how). To begin with, the service is available on Sony PS3s and Nintendo Wiis, offering a "10-foot television viewing experience through a streamlined interface that enables you to discover, watch, and share YouTube videos on any TV screen with just a few quick clicks of your remote control." Sounds good so far, but if you've got a Wii or PS3, let's hear what you think in the comments.