Article Archive for January 2009
www.uncaged.com launches with some exclusive information about Activision’s X-Men Origins Wolverine game including a purty 3D image of Wolverine in mid-flight. About to slice and dice some unfortunate no doubt. Check out the full article for more details about the new site.
Everything is about Street Fighter IV these days! Characters’ pictures, new peripherals and collector’s editions, just one month before its release.
Continuing the trend, Capcom recently released a set of screenshots that feature Rose (my personal favourite). A video featuring gameplay footage was also released, featuring Rose and Gen.
The long awaited 1.30 patch for SOCOM Confrontation went live January 9th. A myriad of issues were addressed and some requested features were added.
In order to resolve one of the more important issues with Confrontation, incorrect player stat tracking, all player statistics were wiped clean during the update process. All was supposed to be well, the 1.30 update was the golden ticket to a smooth SOCOM experience.
Or so we thought.
You may have seen the first ever WWE Smackdown vs. Raw DLC pack hit the PS Store last Thursday. What you may not know is that us lucky PS3 owners got some exclusive content for being loyal SmackDown fans since the PS1 days.
Even if you joined the SmackDown express during the PS2 era or even just now on the PS3, THQ wants to let you know that we are their favorites by adding five exclusives to the DLC pack, including two lovely WWE Divas in Christmas getups. Rawr.
PS3 Attitude embraces what all the other cool kids are talking about and creates a Twitter account. Follow us and find out what we’re up to, the fact that Danny doesn’t sleep and what studio Brodiesan is currently harrassing for an interview.
CES 2009 is in full swing, and Kaz Hirai has taken the opportunity to bring us all up to speed on how well the PS3 is doing – well, certainly in terms of ‘connected users’.
According to Hirai, 85% of PlayStation 3 owners are online in comparison to 60% of Xbox 360 owners.
Yesterday, Sony gave their keynote speech at CES 2009.
Missed it? Don’t worry, because PS3 Attitude are here with the entire conference via the power of moving pictures.
Just don’t expect to be able to put on those old 3D glasses you saved from a copy of Bullet so you can experience Gran Turismo 5 in three dimensions – it won’t work.
Flock! will be with us shortly. What’s better that some new screens to leer over as we dream up our livestock herding stratagems? Check them out here.
We’ve got our hands on fourteen new Dark Void screenshots that have tickled our fancy. What do you think? Are you looking forward to the Capcom alternate history sci-fi game?
The RedBull Island finally makes an appearance and EA announce a new Sports Complex coming this Spring. With mini-games like golf, racing and, our personal favourite, poker, Home is shaping up nicely as more companies start to embrace the social online experience.
This is it.
Here is your update.
Not much of an introduction, I know. But the PS Store update is not too much too look at either. Unless you are a hardcore Mahjong enthusiast that is.
PixelJunk Eden’s Q-Games have picked up three nominations at the annual Independent Games Festival. Check out the article to find out which categories they’ve been recognised in and some of their stiff competition in the arena of indie game production.
Sony Ericsson was good enough to allow PS3 Attitude special access to the C905 phone over the Christmas period so we could exclusively try out its PS3 integration features.
Read on to discover why, if you’re a PS3 owner, you might want to consider getting your hands on one of these 8 megapixel superphones. Since you’re all nice people, we’ll even reveal some new features that are coming soon to the C905.
Street Fighter 4 fans, get your wallets ready. Mad Catz are making with the peripherals, and they are looking mighty fine. Don’t believe me? Well click through, because we have pictures to prove it!
Creat Studios and Tiki Games are bringing Cuboid, a 3D puzzle game where you maneuver a block around switches, traps, and exits, to the PSN tomorrow, January 8. If this game looks familar to you, it might be because you played the flash version called Bloxorz.
So while there is no official demo for the game, you can try out Bloxorz and if you like it, why not shell out the $9.99 for Cuboid? With 66 distinct levels, it’s sure to puzzle your brain for some time. Full details after the jump!
The most awesome thing happened this week, and everyone will benefit because of one reader’s kindness.
You’ll remember we had three Prince of Persia prize packs available to win before Christmas. You may also remember we had a fourth pack available in our charity auction, which closed on January 2nd 2009.
Reader and winner of one of the original three packs, Simon White from the UK, was so inspired by our cause he instructed us to keep hold of his prize and put it up for another charity auction.
It’s Part III of our four part (comprehensive) Games of 2009 series. This edition covers 45 titles starting at ‘L’ and all the way through to ‘S’. What titles are you looking forward to this year that sit within this alphabetical selection? What games in the list have you never even heard of (Rainy Woods anyone?). Check the list and find out.
So here we are again, after having celebrated and eaten until our bellies started to crack. Last week we had no UK charts post due to the fact we were too busy eating turkey and opening presents.
But let’s see if the new year has affected the sales, in Chart Trackâ€™s UK charts for week ending 3 January 2009â€¦
Here’s a few shiny new shots of Cammy – both arty-farty action drawings and spiffingly exciting in-game shots.
Who are you looking forward to getting to grips with most? (Ahem)