Article Archive for February 2009
Lili-Chan Software is proud to announce that it has released the next version of its popular Playstation 3 Theme Editing software package â€œPs3 Theme Builderâ€.
Sony, seemingly overcome by a sudden paroxysm of numerical fixation, have decided to release a veritable number-storm of details outlining just where the PlayStation brand is at the moment in terms of penetration and performance including the revelation that there are now 20 million PSN accounts out in the wild.
If numbers are your bag, check this article for Sony’s State of the PlayStation address.
Sick and tired of free running though the city? Well then perhaps the latest downloadable content for Mirror’s Edge will peek your interest.
After a small delay in February, we finally have the aptly named Pure Time Trial Map. It features 9 fast paced courses that will test all of your skill and speed. These courses are just as visually beautiful as the game. With vibrant colors, all courses float above the deep blue sea so you better watch your step…
You may be greeted by this message the next time you log in to the SOCOM blog:
“I’m David â€œPoint Manâ€ Brothers, your senior drill instructor, from now on you will speak only when spoken to, and the first and the last word out of your filthy sewers will be “Sir”. Do you maggots understand that? Bull$#!% I can’t hear you. Sound off like you got a pair!”
The SOCOM team are through messing around as they say. Read on to findout how they plan to make men out of you, in a strictly military sense of course. Wait, that still sounds weird…
If you want your game the best it can be, there’s no harm in asking for some extra hands.
That is exactly want Sony’s Santa Monica studio have done according to French magazine PSM3.
Today it has been Destination PlayStation, with lots of details about what Sony has up their sleeves for the PlayStation platform this year.
However little has come out involving the PS3 except for the launch of the Warhawkâ„¢ Command Center in PlayStation Home.
Read on for details..
After a brief hiatus This Week in Rock Band brings you all the tracks, packs or albums that you will be able to purchase for your favorite band simulator this Thursday (groupies not included but highly recommended).
Come Thursday we will have two packs for our rockin’ delight. Three tracks from Jimmy Eat World (where’s ‘The Middle’ you ask? In the game already, that’s where) and a whopping five different alternative country artists laying down their best least-known tracks. If you are wondering how the hell you are supposed to rock to country music then you must see the movie Crank. Awesome stuff.
Sitting down with David Cage of Quantic Dream, DPAD Magazine have discussed many of the unique attributes of upcoming “killer app” Heavy Rain.
Check the article for information about QTEs, DLC and (unfortunately not an acronym) the necessity for the gaming industry to “grow up”.
Hot (literally) on the heels of recent glimpses of Singularity and Lost Planet 2, we now have a better look at EA’s medieval damnatinon venture, Dante’s Inferno.
If you liked the GOWIII trailer we think you might like this one.
The last few months, we’ve been talking about Street Fighter IV to such an extent, its tag cloud got as big as LittleBigPlanet’s. Now that it finally hit the stores, all the hype seems to pay off. The kings of beat-em-ups has returned to reclaim his crown. Did it manage to reach the top?
Everyone has been out buying Street Fighter 4, it would seem. With silly numbers shipped worldwide, the actual breakdown between console markets makes for interesting reading.
Lost Planet 2 is back in the limelight, thanks to a new trailer that was released yesterday. The video was originally released via theXbox Live, but soon after it was on YouTube.
Make sure you watch the trailer, after the jump…
We have the trailer for the upcoming FPS Singularity and boy does it look interesting. Announced during last years E3, there hasn’t been much information on the title. We now have a gameplay trailer that sheds some more light on this eerie looking game. It appears time is an important factor as well as the manipulation of your surroundings. We’ll probably be using both to solve puzzles and defeat enemies. Enough with the chitchat, continue reading for the trailer.
And now for something completely different (than Killzone 2), we bring you Guitar Hero Metallica news. Forget about the fearsome foursome, it’s all about the king. No not the one who thanked profusely, probably too much; nor the one who creeps into your home, watches you sleep and then offers you a burger; or the wrestler turned commentator turned plastic surgery freak.
No my friends, King Diamond is the only king we bow down around these parts. Well him and the one we dare not speak of. We are not worthy.
The Helghast have February, Chris Redfield has March, and now, Riddick will have April. With a demo planned for March and the game due out April 7 in North America and April 24 in Europe, The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena is looking to be a big hit. This isn’t your average Riddick video game though. Oh no, it’s so much more…
Last week we showed you the 10 second teaser for Killzone 2 that was being shown in Europe. Now we have the full ad!
This advert has started to air right now so in case you haven’t seen it already, then feast your eyes on it here at PS3 Attitude.
Sony is planning a big marketing year, in fact what they call “the most aggressive marketing year in its history”.
That is according to Peter Dille from Sony’s senior VP. The marketing begins with Killzone 2, with God of War III also getting the treatment.
Read on for what else he has to say.
With the EU release literally only a couple of days away, a lot of people are wondering just when the Killzone 2 online servers will be powered up; heralding the beginning of our ravenous search for online glory (and badges).
Well, in a message received from KillzoneDotCom, we’ve learnt that the online servers will in fact be up to coincide with the European release this Wednesday.
Well, in a message received from KillzoneDotCom, we’re learnt that the online servers will in fact be up to conincide with the European release this Wednesday.
I have to admit, I hadn’t really jumped on the hype train for Killzone 2.
Of course like everyone else I gasped at the now (in)famous video shown at E3 2005, but that gasp soon turned into a sigh when the truth was revealed.
Now that I have the full game in my hands though, I have a new reason for excessive gasping.