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Contrary to popular opinion, voice acting can be an extremely stressful job, and painfully difficult to sustain a livelihood from. However, a handful of talented people make the job look (and sound) easy, and their extensive portfolios are a testament to their skills. This week, PS3 Attitude is paying tribute to five of our favourite voice actors, and taking a look at their established careers.
You may have guessed that Martin Sheen is returning to reprise his role as The Illusive Man, but what role will former teen heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr. play?
BioWare released a special video today giving fans a rundown of all of the voice talent team assembled for Mass Effect 3.
The public availability of the Battlefield 3 beta highlights an update which includes an HD release of Resident Evil: Code Veronica and Rochard, an exclusive puzzle-platformer.
There’s more to be had in this meaty update including full downloads of Crysis 2 and FIFA 12. Check it out.
This week’s North American PS Store update brings Resident Evil Code Veronica X HD to join its Resident Evil 4 HD brethren from last week. There’s also the PSN exclusive Rochard from Sony Online Entertainment and Castlevania: Harmony of Despair if zombies don’t suit your fancy.
Check out the list below for the rest of this week’s releases.
It may not be new per se but Resident Evil 4 HD’s release this week means that gamers who missed the outstanding survival horror trek the first time out get the chance to experience the game largely considered to be the high water mark of the franchise.
Other highlights this week include a mighty fine sale and a trial and unlock for Burnout Crash!. Check it out.
Time to save some cash on the games you may have missed the first time around. Two separate sales hit the store this week so you’re more likely than not to find something that tickles your buying bone.
Don’t forget that this week also sees the awaited release of Limbo. Overall it’s a pretty hefty update so head on in and check it out.
The update this week not only brings us a bunch of very enticing discounts, five new games are also hitting the store including the long-awaited Limbo.
We’ve got a good one this week folks, check it out.
Summer has officially begun PS3 Attitude fans. Time to cut off the bottom halves of your pants and jump in a lake. In accordance with the seasonal change EA is offering shimmering content discounts for three of its titles. 3 on 3 NHL Arcade is a fantastic way to melt away an afternoon with two friends.
As for the rest of the update, well, if you were to say that this wasn’t the strongest selection of content ever to his the PSN we wouldn’t disagree.
This is somewhat of a unique week for the PlayStation Store in that the content of the update pales in comparison to the fact there is an update to speak of.
The ‘Welcome Back’ initiative is not yet active yet so don’t go looking for your free games just yet. Enough talk, head on in and check it out.
The second downloadable content pack for Fallout: New Vegas has been announced and it will apparently place gamers smack dab in the middle of a brewing war between opposing tribes and conflict concerning a missionary and a mysteriously burned man.
Take a look at the Honest Hearts trailer and collection of screenshots. Remember this pack will be available to download upon the return of the PlayStation Store.
Bethesda Softworks has announced future plans to release numerous DLC add-ons for Fallout: New Vegas over the coming months. Beginning May 18th, three DLC packs will be released that will expand upon the Fallout universe and open up new environments and people to interact with.
This week is all about demos and add-on content. Yes there are more minis on sale this week (the same from last week) but you saw that coming.
Highlights this week include demos for Dragon Age 2 and Yakuza4. If you’re looking for add-on content, Fallout: New Vegas – Dead Money is hitting the store to go with brand new downloads for Killzone 3 and Need for Speed.
Of course that’s not all the store has to offer this week. Check out the list and start downloading.
Normally as consumers our only vehicle with which to voice our opinions with any sort of weight is with our dollars. How can Activision charge $15 for a pack of broken maps? Because it was downloaded about 2.5 million times in the first week.
This week however we get the chance to actually vote for our favorite games featured on PSN in the last year. Winners will be determined in the following categories: exclusives, PS3 games, PSP games, and minis. Said winners will then go on sale following the March 1 deadline (although if you bought it, loved it, and then voted for it what good would a sale be?). Make sure you get to the store and cast your vote.
Fallout 3 was one of our favourite games of 2008, and we’ve been looking forward to Fallout: New Vegas for months, but has Obsidian Entertainment created a worthy sequel to Bethesda’s epic post-apocalyptic adventure?
We all knew Fallout: New Vegas was going to be a smashing success but none of us had really seen sales projections for Bethesda/Obsidian’s new post-apocalyptic shooter. Well apparently it’s selling well… extremely well. Click the jump to read more.
Do you ever wonder what the staff of PS3 Attitude does when they’re not busy bringing you some of the best quality PlayStation 3 coverage on the web? Well wonder no more because we’re about to show you.
Medal of Honor, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Vanquish, Fallout: New Vegas, Sonic the Hedgehog: Episode 1, FIFA 2011, PES 2011 and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West: these are just some of the games that have stormed the charts in October.
If July will be remembered for its summer shutdown, then October will be known for its abundance of games. What’s more: they were mostly quality. Yes, some underachieved, and others were predictable, but all were worth a play, and play we did…
Lucy Porter is away again, so OPM’s Rachel Penny talks us through this special Halloween episode instead. There are previews of upcoming horror games such as Dead Space 2 and F.3.A.R., as well as a feature on the FirstPlay team’s scariest PlayStation moments, and the goriest screenshots ever.
If that’s all too frightening for you, there are also reviews of Fallout: New Vegas and WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011, a great feature on The Making of DJ Hero, and screenshots of the Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection and The Last Guardian.
Obsidian’s Chris Avellone has been speaking to CVG about Fallout: New Vegas’ many bugs, citing the “sheer expanse” of the game as the reason for them spilling into the retail version.