Article Archive for October 2008
Fancy a super deal on the Blu-ray version of Siren: Blood Curse ?
Ahhhh. That ‘new game smell’. It gets me every time when I take off the plastic wrapping and open up the box. It almost gets me hooked on the game before Iâ€™ve even played it.
But does Mercenaries 2 keep the â€˜highâ€™ going, or does the rush end there?
Here is this week’s European PSN Store update, in my opinion it’s another good release, plenty of playable and addon content. I can definitely recommend Novastrike that I spent all of last night playing. Crash …
Calling all you trophy whores out there in PS3-land; there’s another game that’ll bring more bronze, silver, gold and platinum to your already burgeoning display cabinet.
As of a few hours ago, Mercenaries 2 received a …
PS3 Attitude delves into the Fallout 3 debacle concerning the PS3 “inferior” quality version.
Itâ€™s the first day of the new PS3 Attitude. What better time to bring you the first ever â€˜team reviewâ€™. In this edition, Phreaky and DolphGB take BioShock to task. Is this really the big daddy of all games, or is it more like your little sister?
Since lists appear to be all the rage recently, I would like to put in my two cents about Tomb Raider Underworld.
“Zombies have invaded your suburban sanctuary, and you have to take them out”.
I had the chance to sit down and give Monster Madness quite a lot of time before writing this review, having already played the demo before the arrival of the full version. I played the demo in both single player and co-op mode until I’d finish several times and I was looking forward to trying out the finished product.
Zen Studios shares with us some exclusive artwork from superstar artist Mike Deodata to be featured in upcoming PSN exclusive Punisher: No Mercy.
Continuing my series on girl gamers, I recently had the privilege of interviewing Violet Berlin.
For those of you who don’t know Violet is something of an icon for girl gamers of my age. She was one of the first girls in the public eye to make gaming acceptable for females, and has made a career of presenting gaming television programmes such as GamePad.
Now that everything is connected to the internet we are able to extend that playtime even further through downloadable content. DLC can take the form of anything from extra chapters that expand the story to new characters. But when do we draw the line on what DLC is worth? What price are gamers willing to pay to get that extra content?
We got this a few days ago from our friends at Activision, but we’ve been saving it until the relaunch of PS3 Attitude before sharing it with you, kind reader.
Suffice to say that CoD:WaW looks …
Welcome to the new PS3 Attitude. After an extensive re-design and some serious planning in the background, we’re pleased to reveal the future of PS3 Attitude today. So what’s new?