Article Archive for March 2009
Sony are continuing to go back to some of their most popular first-party titles and adding support for trophies, with the next game being Singstar.
PlayStation Universe has published a list of trophies that Singstar will be receiving at an unknown time in the future.
With April 16th literally around the corner, Japan is about to go Final Fantasy bananas when the Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Complete Blu-ray release unleashes the FFXIII playable demo.
Japan’s other popular gaming magazine, Dengeki (which means ‘electric shock’ in Japanese by the way), sat down with Final Fantasy XIII’s Yoshinori Kitase and Motomu Toriyama, producer and director respectively, for a revealing chinwag and see how things are progressing in the land of all things Fantasy.
Come this Autumn, we are all going to be playing Witcher: Rise of the White Wolf. Why? Check out the video to see what we mean, as this is shaping up to be something rather special.
Sony has registered a trademark on the term â€˜PS Cloudâ€™ for use with a cloud computer network on PlayStation products.
Little other information is given, but the unannounced service could offer a number of opportunities.
On Friday, we told you that the Killzone 2 v1.21 patch will be coming this week with the actual date announced on Monday.
Well, considering today is Monday, the patch has been confirmed for tomorrow, Tuesday March 31st, at 8AM GMT.
Balls. Magic ones too. Originally released on the PC nearly five years ago, Magic Ball enjoyed immense success among point and click fans.
Ported over to the PS3 in Janaury, the game’s popularity continued and has consistently remained in the top ten download charts since its arrival.
EA and Starz Media collaborate once again with a new full-length animated movie based on the upcoming Dante’s Inferno game.
Dead Space: Downfall was decidedly average as a movie but, with leading anime houses around the world each taking on a layer of hell for Dante’s outing, we’re hoping this one doesn’t get damned by the critics.
Every year at GDC a poker tournament is held in aid of charity, and this year was no exception.
According to the event host, ISM Agency, the poker tournament raised $17,000 for the Starlight Children’s Foundation.
Media Molecule, the developers behind LittleBigPlanet, discussed the game and the continuing development of the BAFTA award-winning title at this year’s GDC.
First off, they revealed that the team is in fact only halfway through the development of LBP, and their focus right now is on the creation side of the game…
When life gets you down you need someone (or something) to tell you it’s going to be all right. Someone (or something) to be your rock. Someone (or something) to stand firm and unwavering against whatever life throws at you. Someone (or something) you can look at and get a warm fuzzy feeling inside that makes all your troubles disappear.
While we can’t help you with the someone (Craig’s list is not the way to go, trust us) we can definitely help you with the something. Behold the Capcom Girl Collection Cammy.
Read on to find out how to get your hands on her (it?) and to see some deliciously detailed pictures of our favorite female Street Fighter. Let the drooling commence.
With the recent news that Infinity Ward’s next chapter in the popular franchise will shed its “market recognised” moniker “Call of Duty” and go it alone with the paired down title of Modern Warfare 2, analysts are reading between the lines and postulating if Infinity Ward have rebelled against their publisher telling Activision that it’s their way, or the highway.
Or has a shrewd Activision recognised a perfect opportunity and decided that now is the best time to create a new franchise from an existing gaming juggernaut?
Twitter time again folks.
Just what madness did the PS3 Attitude Twitter team get up to over the last seven days? From chats with Dylan Jobe to Killzone clan details, it’s been a busy week.
Did Brodiesan also claim to be sick of fawning to developers while performing interviews!? And is DolphGB challenging PETA to an all out bout of fisticuffs? The things you find on Twitter these days…
At one point the title read “What the hell are you watching?” and even “What the (expletive) are you watching? Twilight is the number one movie downloaded in the PlayStation Network this week and we are mad. Perhaps we shouldn’t be so dismissive of a movie we haven’t really watched, but we are generally right about these things.
So, itâ€™s a big one this week and the highlights of the European PlayStation Store update are the Resistance 2 packs, adding great new multiplayer maps and player skins to the game.
Without further ado, here is the update in fullâ€¦
During his key-note speech at GDC Kojima-san revealed a final simple screen with the words “Mission: The Next MGS” and what looked like Raiden standing in the distance ready for his role call.
Though we have to wait for E3 for the official announcement, did Kojima-san just reveal what we’ve known all along – that Metal Gear Solid 5 is coming? And, if so, just how different is it likely to be?
Uncharted 2. It has to be one of, if not the most anticipated games that will definitely release this year.
Weâ€™re sure you canâ€™t wait to see what the game looks like in action. Forget trailers, you want to see some actual gameplay!
The very first Call of Duty is making its way to the PlayStation Network, according to European rating authority, the PEGI.
The discovery was made by some forum members at NeoGAF, and it shows that the first game in the famous first-person shooter franchise will be ported over from its original PC format to run on the PS3 and Xbox.
Budding gun and game design enthusiasts should take special notice of Insomniac’s new Weapons Contest mentioned over at the official PS blog.
The premise is simple. Design a fresh and exciting new weapon that you believe absolutely must be part of Ratchet’s arsenal in his next adventure through time and, not only will they make a life sized replica of the piece, the winning contestant will also enjoy a a place in gaming history with their weapon actually featuring in A Crack in Time.
In the April 2009 edition of Revolution Magazine, a publication dedicated to delivering the latest news and coverage within the online marketing sector, Kunal Dutta explores Atari’s rebirth and their vision for online gaming.
With Atari having recently sold off their distribution arm, the former goliath behind the likes of Pong, Space Invaders and Asteroids are moving quickly towards a fully online business model.