Article Archive for January 2009
The makers of X-Blades continue to send us tasty morsels from the forthcoming ‘hack-n-slash-em-up’, but we must admit that these new screens are a little, well, cheeky.
By now, it has become pretty obvious that Brits love First Person Shooters. Call of Duty: World at War is a great example of that love. Since it was released, it hasn’t left the Top 10. Is it that good or the lack of other FPS titles led to its magnificent sales numbers?
With the emergence of pricing and release information ($9.99 / February 12th) along with technical details (200,000 blades of grass animated at the same time), you can expect to see more and more Flower news blossoming over the coming days.
Chris Morell over at the PlayStation blog sat down with Jenova Chen from thatgamecompany and had a chat about the upcoming floral phenomenon.
For the uninitiated, in MLB: The Show’s ‘Road To The Show’ you create your own player to be part of a baseball organization. You also control that player through their entire career while earning skill points from achieving a multitude of goals such as getting hits, stealing bases, etc… Your character starts in the lowly minor leagues and then tries to make his (no girls allowed) way up to the Major Leagues. Very RPG like no?
Read more about the Road To The Show, create-a-player, custom soundtracks, custom cheers/jeers and then take a look at our updated gallery. Play ball!
Hours that is. We all know how addicting countdowns can be and the one for the new Final Fantasy XIII trailer is no exception. The website for the game has a countdown that is currently around 11 hours. When that time comes around, I’m sure there will be massive panic across the world as the site crashes due to enormous amounts of traffic.
The Dead are back with another half dozen tracks for the rocking masses. There should be a track to your liking in this second Grateful Dead pack even if you are not a Deadhead; psychedelic rock, reggae, back porch country (whatever that is) and straight up rock’n'roll are among your choices. Don’t believe us? How dare you. Read on non-believer, read on.
Ubisoft’s upcoming game in the Tom Clancy franchise, H.A.W.X., seems to keep getting better and better. Announced in an interview, the game will support trophies and a little thing called Sixaxis. Sixaxis? Oh yeah, that still exists.
Unfortunately there is no word on just what type of trophies will be included in the game but we do have a brief description of how Sixaxis will be implemented…
SouthPeak’s new Section 8 is really shaping up to be something special.
We love the gung-ho attitude of space-marines, so daring and hard-core that they’re named after the military’s term for people who are a tad non compos mentis so to speak. Check the article for some character shots and a certain “call to arms”.
PS3 Attitude recently joined the masses and started our own Twitter feed. So what was the most natural thing to do with our new found feed? Work out the best people to follow.
Therefore, we’re proud to present our Top 50 Video Game Twitter Feeds for your delectation. We’ve broken the list into neat categories to make things easier for you, so go ahead and start following your favourites now…
The Koalition have contacted Sony about that whole PS3 playing PS2 games through software emulation rumour. And they got a response.
Looking forward to the first episode of Watchmen: The End is Nigh released to the PSN in March? We sure are. But just how long is each chapter? Thanks to our friends over at PS3Trophies.org, the trophy list offers a glimpse of just how long the first instalment will be.
Criterion Games, the developer that keeps on giving, has released a new trailer for the upcoming Ultimate Box for Burnout Paradise. For the few of you out there who don’t already own a little taste of Paradise, The Ultimate Box is a steal. In addition to the game, players will get all previous updates as well as new Party Pack, all on one disc. Be sure to check out the trailer in all it’s HD glory after the jump…
“The date is Tuesday 27th January. The time is ‘sometime between midnight and midnight’. Owners of Metal Gear Online everywhere are booting up their favourite game to find a new breed of online game-mode is available; Bomb Mission Mode…”
This time, we tackle Firmware updates. From video chatting in-game to a lovely new XMB icon, the gauntlet is thrown once more to prove that we, the people, know what is best for our beloved console. As always, the really interesting stuff comes from you via the comments.
We had the good. Now it’s the turn of the bad. What could go wrong for the PS3 in 2009? Are there any wrinkles at the edges ready to tear? Will we see death and destruction all around the gaming world? Will anything be as good as we are told it will? All this and more, after the break.
Videogaming247 has commented on a couple of wonderful (and Japanese only) trailers for SEGA’s Yakuza 3. There are still no plans for a Western release but this footage found over at Gametrailers should have us praying to the Gaming Gods for an English release.
Sucker Punch talk to PSM about their new Sly Cooper games. Yes, that’s right, plural. One of the PS3 and one for the PSP. Both capable of interactiving with each other.
The FFVII Advent Children themed PS3 enters in at #2 on Amazon Japan’s Best Sellers list with the film itself taking the top spot. Expect a bumper week in Japan this week in terms of PS3 sales.
Join PS3 Attitude’s most colorful (albeit white-skinned) character as he delves so deep into all things Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix from his twisted unique point of view, that he begins to contemplate seeking and defeating Sheng Long to really stand a chance.
Part 33 1/3: The Final Insult. Now with mostly new jokes!