Article Archive for February 2009
Finally after a long wait, Rock Band 2 has been dated for Europe.
If you are a fan of music games then you may be pleased to know that there is only less than a month before this baby comes to town – or the week of March 23rd to be exact…
In an interview at Gamesindustry.biz, general manager of EA Redwood Shores Glen Schofield, more or less confirmed the existence of Dead Space 2. More specifically, he stated…
Guerrilla have already spotted that a number of players have been setting up games where real players take on an army of low-end bots in order to increase their experience points artificially.
The Edinburgh Interactive Festival today confirmed that Nintendo has become a partner of this yearâ€™s event. Taking place in the heart of Edinburgh between 10th and 16th August 2009, with the Conference running on 13th and 14th, Edinburgh Interactive combines industry and public facing events, including conference, screenings, free game play and Protoplay, the University of Abertayâ€™s showcase of new games design talent.
Sony have announced a number of upper-management changes today that include Sir Howard Stringer taking over as President of the company.
In addition, Sony have announced two new business groups, one of which sees the gaming division merge with the Vaio PC division. This new group is to be headed up by Kaz Hirai, whilst the second group will look after consumer electronics such as TVs and cameras.
The PS Blog reveals some info regarding the new Warhawk game space and a promotional price cut of the game itself (and its packs) for a limited time only.
Do you eat, sleep and breathe Burnout Paradise? If you answered yes, then boy do we have news for you. Criterion Games have officially announced the launch of the Criterion Games Network on all platforms.
Now you can stay connected with your Burnout pals wherever you are… provided you have an Internet connection of course.
By now, there are millions of you out there who own either an iPhone or iPod Touch. Browsing the App Store today, we came across a new one called PS3 Trophy Guide.
With this App, you are able to view all available and upcoming trophies for your favorite games. Want to see what it takes to get the gold in Resident Evil 5? They’ve got it.
We downloaded the App and tested its wheels. Let’s find out how it runs…
PS3 Attitude will be flying high tonight. And we won’t make routine landings for funions and twinkies, not that kind of high flying; the HAWX demo is finally upon us. So is the Killzone 2 demo but a little birdie told me that a lot of people were playing it already in the US…a-ny-way; if reading is not your thing, you can get the Killzone 2 strategy guide videos. Not that you would need them, we know our readers both rock and roll at the same time.
Get ’em now and get ’em often, after the break.
We got them HAWX flying high today! Aside from that is not much else for our European crowd to enjoy…unless you saved all that Christmas money to buy that hot new LOTR: Conquest add-on. Street fighter IV’s costume packs continue along with a new Buzz quiz pack testing your knowledge of years past (well, year).
Read on for the full update.
TedTheDog has posted over at the PlayStation forum some new details about Home. Release 1.11 gets documented along with some new content coming plus a wealth of new Game Space information.
EA announce a new batch of Middle Earth content for their recent Lord of the Rings: Conquest game. The first batch, in a gracious display of altruism, was totally free.
This time however they want you to part with some cash for the privilege.
When we reported last month that yet another Aliens game was coming our way (this one featuring a certain other dread-locked extraterrestrial) we flagged how we weren’t sure just what impact this would have on SEGA’s other two xenomorphic* projects, Aliens: Colonial Marines and the fabled Aliens: RPG.
Well, we know now. And it’s not good news we’re afraid.
In what we hope will be the last Killzone 2 review you have to read, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about the game that was four years in the making.
So did Killzone 2 arrive just in time for the PlayStation 3, or has the hype train missed the station?
GamesAid, the video game industry charity and the organisation we support at PS3 Attitude, announced a milestone today.
Since October 2008 they have raised a staggering Â£125,000 for children and young people in need, and for that we take our hats off to them.
Who said video games and reality couldn’t blend?
If you want to show off your very own Helghast StA52 Assault Rifle replica to your jealous friends then you’re going to need to prove you have what it takes to win. Starting March 1st and running all the way to the 14th, SCEA will be giving 14 lucky Killzone 2 players a piece of the game.
At the end of each day the player who meets the given criteria will win an Assault Rifle replica…bullets not included.
Internet jukeboxes are all the rage with the kids these days. In an attempt to get access to an infinite number of songs on our PS3 (without inciting the wrath of the law) we had a look at a great site that is supported on your PS3 browser.
A popular space in Home is the Theatre which houses a number of trailers including the recent addition of the Shoot! series.
Well today, TedTheDog went on the European PlayStation forums to announce that one of the Shoot! movies is now testing a unique feature to the service – Video Streaming.
Volatile Games have announced today that, in partnership with NAMCO Bandai of America, a new Dead To Rights game featuring gritty super-sleuth Jack Slate and his ever-ready canine companion Shadow is on its way for the PS3.
Read on for more DTR goodness.