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Obviously this week’s update is dominated by the massive collection of launch Vita titles that are arriving on the store. A total of 17 games are now available for download on your new device. We hope your memory card can hold it.
In other news PlayStation Plus members are gifted a full retail game, Grand Theft Auto IV and House Of The Dead III can be purchased and the Mass Effect 3 demo awaits. All-in-all this may be the most content rich PlayStation Store update the States have ever seen.
The European PlayStation Store consistently outdoes its North American counterpart in terms of full-game downloads. This week is no different as EU gamers are granted the option of a full Blu-Ray download of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.
In other news, Cole Phelps returns to the arson desk with the ‘Nicholson Electroplating Arson Case’. If you’re planning on collecting all the DLC that L.A. Noire is scheduled to offer, the Rockstar Pass would be a wise investment.
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.
Like the North American update, this week the European store is receiving somewhat of an abbreviated selection of content. However North American users have reason to be jealous of their European brethren as inFamous 2 and Beyond Good And Evil HD are both available for download this week.
With all that E3 week brings to the table it’s easy for our dear PlayStation Store updates to get lost in the shuffle.
It may not be the largest bevy of content to ever hit the PSN but there is some value to be had. Remember we’re all PlayStation Plus members for the time being. Take a look.
Oh PlayStation Store it’s good to have you back. What more is there to say really? We’ve missed you mightily and you’ve now returned to your rightful place upon our dashboards.
One of the few positives to come out of the outage is this rather large update. There’s plenty to look over here so let’s get started.
The very solid slate of special offers from last week will remain throughout this week’s update as well. So if you haven’t done so already check out the rundown of discounted titles because it’s a pretty notable bunch.
But if you say ‘nay’ to such fine discounts perhaps you will find The Fancy Pants Adventures or a full game download of ModNation Racers to your liking. Just promise us you won’t download Battle: Los Angeles. Better yet if you’re thinking about purchasing the movie tie-in how about redirecting your funds to support your favorite charitable PS3 site?
This week’s offering is somewhat abbreviated. Even the ever-potent slate of downloadable content has pumped the brakes.
There are some fine downloads to be had here but let’s just say that it’s a good thing that Portal 2, Mortal Kombat and SOCOM 4 will keep you busy this week. In any event take a glance at the update, maybe you’ve been waiting for the Prince of Persia trilogy bundle.
This week on the store we have received a couple of games that have been on many a radar since their respective announcements.
Might & Magic Clash Of Heroes first arrived to the gaming scene on the Nintendo DS but has since moved on to the greener pastures of the PS3. Konami’s Rush ‘n Attack franchise made quite the name for itself all the way back in 1985, and now it is ready for its current generation close-up.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed eighty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing ten more.
August marked the end of the summer shutdown with the release of Kane & Lynch 2, Madden NFL 2011, Mafia II and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. They managed to keep us entertained for a …
The UK’s position as a world-leading developer of video games is under threat. For years it has been the third largest employer of development staff in the world, with the USA and Japan in first and second position, but recent times have seen the UK overtaken by the Canadian games industry.
After last week’s big one, things have certainly slowed down significantly in the European PS Store update front. Not a big deal, some of us have yet to digest all the content from last week and we got games to play anyway.
Unless you got Rock Band, Guitar Hero, or are really looking forward for some more free MotorStorm livery packs there’s nothing here for you. Except for some cool videos like the Assassin’s Creed commented gameplay trailer, Inferno Pool, inFAMOUS and Mini Ninjas trailers.
With 2009 now the latest edition in the beloved series, Virtua Tennis has been a stalwart sports sim on consoles since its emergence back on the Sega Dreamcast in 2000. Of course, a lot has changed since those heady days of 128-bit serving and volleying. With this generation’s near photo-realistic graphics, ubiquitous online options and numerous other advances in game-play and design, you’d expect Sega to serve up a vastly enhanced rendition of the popular title.
But have they? Looking at the amount of detail and copious game options available we’d have to say yes and there’s no doubt Virtua Tennis 2009 is a solid and enjoyable tennis sim. But, and there’s always a but, we just feel there is a lack of innovation in the perennial update that suggests that – though Sega have produced a great game for tennis fans – they may not necessarily have made a significantly new one.
Well, well, well. Now that you have sampled what’s on other regions, it’s nice to see that you have come back home. We see your inFamous and Tiger Woods 10 demos European store, and raise you a couple of PS1 classics and another demo. A full demo.
We were pleased to see how Volition and THQ got creative and blended the Discovery Channel’s Future Weapons show with the Red Faction: Guerrilla universe. Considered our hats tipped.
We all had a different reaction to the recent news of Batman’s delay, but we can all still agree that we want to play Batman: Arkham Asylum as soon as it hits the streets.
In a good news/bad news scenario, Eidos and Warner Bros. released a new video showcasing Batman’s ‘freeflow combat’ to ease the pain and/or whet the appetite even further. We have to be frank for a minute, the bad news totally overshadow the good news.
An ill feeling haunted him from Budapest to Miami. He felt as he was not alone. He was right. There it was. Lurking in the shadows waiting to strike yet again.
And so it did. Ladies and gentlemen, our humble protagonist fell to the beast once more. Powereless against such a mighty foe, he fell into a spiral of anger and self loathing.
Once more on our post-Saturday-night recovery day, known in some circles as “Sunday”, we take a look back at a week in Twitter. See what we have been chirping about all week and add your own tuneful melody into the mix if you feel so inclined..
And you thought sinking pirate ships was as weird as it was going to get. How about fending off hungry crocodiles (or alligators depending on your region) with a tennis ball? Virtua Tennis 2009 is bringing your old favorite Virtua Tennis 3 mini games back for another spin.
See ‘Meat Defender’ and other favorite Virtua Tennis mini games in action for today’s lesson: you can thwart an alien invasion with nothing more than tennis balls and a good arm.