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Each week, PS3Attitude shares the games and content new to PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games become digital downloads, new PSN titles rise up, indie games make their mark, and PlayStation Mobile games blaze a new trail. Are you ready to get your hands dirty in Retro City Rampage?
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN titles from respected long running franchises as well as indie gems, and minis for days.
The European PlayStation Store has officially been refreshed.
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN titles …
Chris Howe, SCEE PS Store and Plus content manager, has updated the Festive Sales on PlayStation Store post with notice that all the deals announced therein will run through 19 January unless otherwise mentioned. There was a lot of games and DLC originally mentioned and now more were added so read on for the full update.
Founded over ten years ago, London-based developer Playerthree has worked on more projects than we can ever hope to count. In October, the studio released puzzle game Loot the Land as part of the PlayStation Mobile launch, and last week saw the arrival of their first full PSN game, Chronovolt, exclusively on PS Vita. Luigi Fumero, Development Director at Playerthree, recently took some time to talk to PS3 Attitude about their games, PSM, PS Vita, and a hint at what’s to come.
With just over a month since the release of PlayStation Mobile for Vita and PlayStation certified Android devices, PS3 Attitude took the opportunity to chat with Damien Cerri, Director at Beatnik Games, about Samurai Beatdown. We’re given the origins story of the developer as well as their launch PSM game.
The North American PlayStation Store has officially been refreshed.
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN …
The first six months of the year are always quiet due to publishers holding back their big guns to catch the Christmas bonanza. However, at this stage of the generation, doubts begin to creep into our minds and we find ourselves closely monitoring the games industry, furiously checking for a pulse.
Last week Rebellion’s Sniper Elite V2 rocketed to the top of the charts in the UK and elsewhere, proving that niche genres can still succeed in this hugely competitive era of big budget AAA games. PS3 Attitude caught up with John Merchant, global brand manager at 505 Games, to find out his views on Sniper Elite’s success so far, how it came about and where the series goes from here.
Everything with the PixelJunk name must go. That’s right folks it’s PixelJunk dealing days. To commemorate 10 years of Q-Games, the studio is slashing prices on their entire catalog. Looking for a tower-defense game? How about PixelJunk Monsters for $1. In the market for a shooter? Pick up PixelJunk Shooter 2 for $4.99. Head on down to your local PS Store and save today.
Other highlights this week include Datura and a couple of full PS3 games now available digitally.
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Sniper Elite V2 has risen to the top of the UK charts, debuting in at number one in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 charts. It seems gamers can’t resist gory kill-cams, opportunities to take on Hitler and tense sniping gameplay.
Fans of the MOBA genre will no doubt be excited to see Awesomenauts make its debut on the store this week. Others will be surprised to learn that MOBA stands for Multiplayer Online Battle Arena. Awesomenaut’s distinctive 80′s cartoon sensibilities make it one of the focal points this week.
Fighting fans can get their fix with the long-awaited debut of Skullgirls while trekkies can test their mettle with the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Star Trek Bundle.
Other highlights include Prototype 2 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
You’d think the apocalypse would spell the end of all things but that couldn’t be further from the truth in video games. The end of the world is right when the fun starts. Ubisoft’s I Am Alive hits the store today, putting players in the tremendously average shoes of an every-man hero clinging to life amid the desolation of the end of days.
Other highlights include post-apocalyptic racer, Wheels Of Destruction as well as brand-new downloads for the recently reviewed Street Fighter X Tekken, SSX and Asura’s Wrath.
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PlayStation Plus once again proves itself to be worth your while with a bounty of 5 free games available for download this week. Holdovers and stingy spenders like myself will find it difficult to resist the temptation of the Plus.
Other highlights include multiple discounts on Mortal Kombat themed content, the debut of I Am Alive and the introduction of the Amazon Instant Video App.
Have yourself a look.
Rebooting an old but dated classic is a thankless task. How do you keep the old fans happy while making it relevant for today’s audience? Is it even worth the effort? Starbreeze Studios certainly thinks so.
Their approach to reviving Syndicate has been to ditch pretty much everything. Gone, unsurprisingly, is the isometric tactical shooter gameplay in favour of a trendy first-person shooter style. This has more in common with Modern Warfare than the 1993 original Amiga/PC version.
In what is the final update of January the PlayStation Store goes light on the new games but grants a 40-50% discount on 12 games from the Final Fantasy catalog. If you’ve been meaning to get started on the series or perhaps you’re looking for a way to kill 500+ hours of your time, now is a fantastic time to get started.
Other highlights include a new map pack for Assassin’s Creed Revelations and a demo for The Darkness II.
Back in November, at a PlayStation Access event in London, I sat down to discuss the high-velocity anti-gravity racer WipEout 2048 with its lead designer Karl Jones. Over a loud backdrop of New Order and Primal Scream, he took me through the singleplayer and multiplayer campaigns, showing me the exciting things Studio Liverpool has been working on for this Vita title.
The PlayStation Store has officially entered the new year. Right off the bat PS+ members are given free downloads of Back To The Future The Game, Swords & Soldiers, as well as Syphon Filters 1-3.
Downloadable content is somewhat limited this week but there are some free content nuggets for Resistance 3 fans.
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Another year over. A new one just begun.
2011 was a real corker for the PlayStation 3. And for PS3 Attitude too. We got up to all sorts of shenanigans over the last twelve months, and some of us still have the bruises to prove it.
But this isn’t going to be one of those lame retrospective list articles that counts down our favourite moments from the last year. Oh no. This is 2012. This is about what comes next.
So strap yourselves in and get ready for the ride.