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Any of you out there that were planning on picking up Shaun White Skateboarding when it launches this week might want to curb your excitement for a day or two. It seems an error of some kind has forced Ubisoft and Sony to recall the entire thing. Come inside to read all about it.
Not a lot people know this but Shaun White is not only an Olympic winning snowboarder, he’s also a pretty darn awesome skateboarder. Ok, so maybe he’s not Tony Hawk but him and Tony do have something in common – they each have their own skateboarding game. Click the title to see the latest from Shaun White Skateboarding.
Shaun White is probably most recognized for his amazing snowboarding skills but he’s also a talented skateboarder as well. In continuing with the Shaun White franchise, Ubisoft has released the latest trailer for the upcoming Shaun White Skateboarding.
Lucy Porter is back from having a baby, which she admits wasn’t as much fun as playing a PS3 game. Speaking of PS3 games, this episode features reviews for Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom, The Sims 3 and Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1.
There’s also a preview of inFamous 2, a video on the making of Vanquish, and the second part of FirstPlay’s Castlevania: Lords of Shadow bosses guide, as well as screenshot galleries of Batman: Arkham City and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.
The PSN has had ridiculously good updates lately. This update came earlier than usual thanks to a scheduled maintenance. If you didn’t access the Store before the maintenance started then you’re out of luck until it finishes at 5pm pacific.
First, there’s a bunch of deals for the pointless PlayStation Plus subscription service. Zen Pinball is free, amongst other games. Swords & Soldiers is available earlier for PS Plus members as well.
In terms of deals, Mega Man 10 is half priced. Definitely pick that up. If you wait until next week, Mega Man 9, 10, and avatars will be bundled together for $14.99.
Next we have three new games: Blade Kitten, DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue, and Sonic Adventure. Ok, maybe Sonic Adventure isn’t exactly new but you know what we mean. If that’s not enough for you, there’s actually a whopping seven demos to try out.
The PSone Import Store makes its debut this week. The first two games available are Cho Aniki and Gaia Seed, two classic Japanese exclusive shmups.
Now this is a great update! There’s is just so much content for everyone.
First, the legendary Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is only $4.99. Castlevania Chronicles also received a price drop and you can buy that for only $2.99. Speaking of PSone Classics, Soviet Strike is now available. That alone is pretty awesome.
There’s also a bunch of price drops and bundles. Mega Man 9, Age of Booty, and Monkey Island 2 are only $4.99 now. Even better, the Monkey Island 1 & 2 bundle can be purchase for $7.49. Now that is a deal!
You want games, right? Well, there’s Space Invaders Infinity Gene, My Aquarium, Tumble (PS Move), and Worms 2. Looking for demos? There’s plenty of that too. NBA2k11, FIFA 11, Space Invaders, and Worms 2 all have demos just waiting to be played. There’s even PlayStation Move demos for Racquet Sports, EyePet, and Tumble.
What will you be downloading?
FirstPlay has been with us for a few months now and it’s really starting to get into its stride, with great content appearing every week. But what can you find in this week’s episode?
Did you miss the Sony press conference last week?
It’s now available in its entirety on the US PlayStation Store, but for those of you who don’t have the connection speed and/or time to download and watch over 4 gigabytes of video, we thought we’d give you an in-depth rundown of all the announcements made at the conference.
Some stories have already been featured on PS3 Attitude, while others haven’t, as nothing has been omitted from this list.
We’ve even included our take on some of the announcements, as well as links to various trailers and other footage from the show, so you only have to watch the bits you want.
So let’s get cracking, shall we?
After the complete disaster of a game that was Tony Hawk: Ride, Activision hope to turn things around for the franchise that is now second best to Skate.
Tony Hawk: Shred has been announced as the next instalment for the series. There is very little that we know about this game right now but two pieces of key information has been revealed.
In an attempt to help save the environment (and money), Ubisoft will no longer provide printed game manuals.