Article Archive for February 2009
Last week we saw Cole square up against a mechanised member of the Dustmen Gang and this week, proving that there is no rest for the electrified wicked, we witness yet another confrontation from Sucker Punch’s upcoming inFamous.
TedTheDog, the European Home Manager, has given forum users details about the implementation of music playback and also picture frames.
Many people have requested for video and music playback, and even be able to put your own pictures on your walls in the Home apartments.
On Thursday night, amongst the razzle-dazzle of the Las Vegas lights, Sackboy and co. wooed the crowd and walked off with eight prestigious gongs at the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences awards.
Want to know what categories they won?
Of course you do.
It would appear as if today was superhero day. Activision has released the box art for X-Men Origins: Wolverine along with new screenshots and even a trophy list. Let’s hope we don’t get Wolverine overload here.
Look at Hugh Jackman’s angry face. Don’t you just want to give him a hug? No? Ok, well how about those razor sharp claws. He’s just itching to stab someone…
Sony have released a press release giving exciting details of the launch of the new Killzone 2 webgame!
This new webgame is part of Sony’s big marketing push towards to popular game and is compatible with Firefox 3 and Internet Explorer 6 & 7.
Game Demos have been part of the industry for as long as we can remember and they offer gamers the chance to try out a game without taking any money from their pockets.
However we ask ourselves, are demos actually bad for the industry and developers?
Drunken nights on Singstar ruined by cable catastrophes? Seems that we may be getting a solution come next month. Not only that, but we are being treated to Singstar: Pop Edition in April, too! So what about this cable issue…?
We feel quite close to Noby Noby Boy here at PS3 Attitude. Catching our first glance of what Takahashi-san had up his creative sleeve back in October 2007, we’ve been intrigued ever since.
Now that Noby Noby Boy has been unleashed on the unsuspecting public, what will draw people to want to try out Keita Takahashi’s community playground?
Viral marketing – that’s what.
Just in case you forgot about all the giant blockbuster titles that Sony has in store for us this year, they’ve sent out a reminder. According to a press release sent out by SCEA:
“Kicking off the new line up, KillzoneÂ®2 is set to launch on February 27, 2009 and promises to be the industryâ€™s first major gaming hit for 2009 as well as a key driver for PlayStationÂ®3 (PS3â„¢) hardware sales. Killzone 2 is the third installment of the popular PlayStation-exclusive franchise, and the first of the series to appear on PS3. Delivering a truly immersive experience only possible through PS3â€™s Blu-ray gaming potential, Killzone 2 is already generating wide-spread critical acclaim, earning an impressive Metacritic score of 92.”
Not even its creator can explain it; he only wants you to play it. At $4.99 how can you say no Noby Noby Boy? Except for the first two letters in ‘noby’; we can’t. Zuma is another game that we could recommend, at least the demo. We know of a certain PS3A Staff Writer that sneaks a round or two with the PC version. Speaking of demos, the foul mouthed Afro Samurai has a demo for you (I wonder if it was toned down for the demo). The legends are in Paradise; go get your favorite one or all four (you know you want to). Your Guitar Rock Hero Band DLC is here despite someone forgetting to tell you it was coming (sorry). Get yours while they last, full details after the break.
Prepare to go down the rabbit hole once again. Now the senior creative director at Spicy Horse Games, American McGee has teamed up with EA again to bring us a new Alice adventure on the PS3.
If you like Prince of Persia like we do, then you are probably interested in the the downloadable content coming out for the title next week.
Well the trophies for this expansion pack have been revealed and you can find them out here.
EA have announced DLC that will be coming to the sequel to the Skate franchise – Skate 2.
In the up and coming DLC which costs just $5 (no European prices announced), there will be a new plaza open to you called the Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Plaza.
Epic have now announced what the new (and free) bonus pack for UTIII on the PS3 will contain. Entitled the “Titan Pack” and hitting on March 5th, you’ll find a bunch of new content, modes and, yep – even Trophies.
In this week’s Cell Yell we ask you, our wonderful readers, to tell us which book should be made into a game – and why…
PS3 Attitude proudly presents an interview with Tom Nally, a student in the UK who could well be the Molyneux, Miyamoto or Ueda of tomorrow. We grilled Tom about a host of things, from emotional music right through to where the industry needs to pick up the slack.
The headline could have easily read “Resident Evil 5 – The Visa Card” as well as “Bionic commando – The Visa Card”, you can choose from any of these major franchises if you decide to sign up for the first ever Capcom Unity Prepaid VISA Card.
Capcom is the first video game company to offer a co-branded Visa rewards card program specifically designed for gamers. ‘Did they just say rewards?’ Yes they did, read on for the juicy bits.
The Motorstorm: Pacific Rift patch is now out for your downloading pleasure and with it there are a few small added improvements and features.
But don’t just take it from us, read the press release from the PlayStation.Blog below…
One day before Street Fighter IV comes out on “the streets”, Street Fighter II HD Remix is finally hitting the European PlayStation Store tomorrow at a price of Â£11.99 or â‚¬14.99.
The game has been on the North American stores for nearly three months, but we guess it’s better late than never…