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Next month Gamescom, the European gaming convention, returns to Cologne in Germany and all major publishers are expected to be there.
Sony has today announced the date and time for their conference there that could see a few exciting announcements.
We can never have enough options can we? It seems these days that just when you think you’ve got it made with your console and gaming set-up, something new comes out. Well, Sony is about to continue that trend by offering a few new PS3 Slim models.
So what exactly is new about these models?
We’re already big fans of DJ Hero here at Attitude Towers, partly thanks to our early hands-on with the game, but we were always a little worried about the track list.
Would it be varied enough to attract different ages and music fans, or would it be just for the hardcore turntablists out there.
Well, wonder no more as Activision have revealed all 93 tracks, and they seem to have covered everything.
Welcome back to another Homerun PlayStation fans!
This week we will be giving you more news and views on all the new content for PlayStation Home that has arrived and been announced for Europe and North America.
We have news today on PS3 exclusive Agent after Rockstar confirmed that it is on track for a 2010 release.
Although little is known about the game, it’s being developed by Rockstar North, the people who brought one of the biggest game franchises to our screens; Grand Theft Auto.
Hong Kong will be getting getting their burnination on (I made a rhyme, again) this week with a Burn Zombie Burn promotion to write home about. Make that to wear Home around. Buy Burn Zombie Burn and get a free BZB tee for PlayStation Home, available in his and hers. Does that make you want to look for a Hong Kong PSN card?
This week, the HK Store is your destination if you missed all those deliciously new (by then) Gamescom videos. Heavy Rain, LittleBigPlanet, Ratchet and Clank, EyePet, Modnation, Savage Moon, Hustle Kings, Gravity Crash; all available for download and HD ogling. Well come on! Start ogling!
And that dear readers is what’s up in Hong Kong, stay tuned for what’s going on in your neck of the woods. PS3 Attitude, highlighting what’s up in the Hong Kong PlayStation Store since last week.
Remember in our EyePet preview we revealed the system by which you can clean your rat monkey critter?
Well, now there is a video showing this off.
High quality cam footage from the floor at GamesCom 09 lets us all see the creature (and the game) being put through its paces in real time; no smoke and mirrors here. It’s at the end of the video, for the impatient out there.
There are a few things this particular writer used to be good at in the ’80s, but that can no longer be managed without the aid of a team of assistants.
Skateboarding, BMX, rock climbing and turntablism to name but a few.
But now thanks to the nice people at Activision, it is possible once again to spin ‘the wheels of steel’ and sound like you actually know what you’re doing. Welcome to the world of DJ Hero.
The PS3 re-design was recently revealed by Sony at GamesCom in Cologne.
While we were not surprised to see the new PS3 unveiled, it struck me as somewhat odd that no-one had thought that a re-design of the PS3 would look like the model that was unveiled.
Heavy Rain has got the gaming community in a spin, what with the stand-out realistic graphics, amazing sound and impressively large script.
But the game has also gained a fair number of detractors, stating that the ‘quicktime event’ gameplay is hackneyed and more akin to Dragon’s Lair than a PS3 blockbuster.
So it was with great interest that we grabbed a DualShock 3 controller and headed off into the world of Heavy Rain for the first time. Here’s the story of what it really feels like to play…
Heavy Rain has been making waves at GC09 this past week.
One of the snippets which has come to light is the length of script, and boy is it a mammoth. Not literally, obviously… That would just be ridiculous.
No, Heavy Rain has one of the largest scripts of any entertainment medium we have ever heard of.
For comparison, the average script is between 95 and 125 pages long.
Heavy Rain, on the other hand?
Despite GamesCom being ‘dead’, we still have a lot of GC09 coverage to deliver for you, starting with our hands-on experience of two forthcoming PSN titles – PixelJunk Shooter and Dead Nation.
Whilst we all knew in advance about PixelJunk’s latest title, Dead Nation was one of a number of ‘quietly announced’ titles at GamesCom. So, how do they both play, and will you be wanting to spend your hard-earned cash of either of these games come launch day?
In the past we have seen Final Fantasy titles releasing around a year after the Japanese launch in Europe, and sometimes several months after North America.
However, speaking to VG247, the game’s producer Yoshinori Kitase, told them that this time around it could be very different, pushing a simulataneous launch with North America this Spring…
Rockstar has now come out and voiced their response to the news that GTA IV: Lost and the Damned may be in fact coming to the PlayStation 3 and is playable at Gamescom.
This comes after a moderator at the European PlayStation forums appeared to mention the existence of the game at the convention in Germany.
If you’re looking for an explanation as to why Vandal Hearts: Flames of Judgment looks like a throw-back to the old-school ways of Japanese role playing games, look no further than our previous article.
If you’re looking for new screens of the Konami prequel to the 1996 classic made available at Gamescom however …
We’ve already told you what we thought of Avatar with our first-hand preview of the game. But how about getting to see what all the fuss is about yourself?
Check out this trailer of the upcoming Ubisoft produced sci-fi epic.
Resonance of Fate is one of those rare beasts; a JRPG that is actually making roads out of Japan. Known as End of Eternity in the land of the rising sun, Resonance of Fate is close to being finished and localised for US and European markets.
But it isn’t the fact that this is one of the rare Japanese role-playing titles to be distributed elsewhere that grabbed our attention. No – it was the sheer scale of the project that opened our eyes to what the game might hold.
You’ve likely seen similar Assassin’s Creed II footage from its E3 showing, but have you seen Ezio climb onto the rooftops of Venice while narrated by a German?
The one minute and forty-three seconds of video captured on the floor at Gamescom begins with Ezio knifing a startled enemy before calmly pushing his way through a masquerade party and then up on to the roofs of the city.
There’s nothing quite like taking the dog for a walk.
Whether it’s throwing a stick in the park or watching as your canine friend craps where he’s not supposed to crap, it’s a wonderful way to relax.
Unless you’re Jack Slate of course who, instead of telling his canine friend to stop chasing birds/terrified children, readily orders him into harms way to take down the bad guys.