Article Archive for March 2009
We mentioned it not 12 hours ago so here it is.
Head over to ThreeSpeech for the video (we’ve also added it to this article for your convenience) and some of the comments from ardent Ratchet & Clankers eager to get their hands on the latest in Insomniac’s addictive series.
The guys over at Joystiq have managed to bag an exclusive look at some actual game-play of upcoming Dark Knight outing “Batman: Arkham Asylum”.
Prior to today we’ve only been treated to some moody screen-shots of the Caped Crusader as he plays out The Joker’s cruel game of cat and mouse inside Gotham’s notorious loony bin
The newly announced game, Ratchet and Clank: A Crack In Time, will have its debut trailer revealed to the public tomorrow, at 9am GMT (5am EST), over at Threespeech.
LittleBigPlanet’s next update (1.12 if you’re still counting), designated Cornish Yarg, has yet to get a locked down release date but that’s not going to stop them talking about what’s in store.
Check out what’s gotten tweaked, what’s been added, and who just got Crowned.
Guerrilla Games have detailed a forthcoming patch for Killzone 2 that fixes a number of issues.
In addition to the bug fixes, a post over at the US PlayStation Forums also explains some of the items GG have on their list for future patches…
Sony bashing across the net surged back to its usual level of noise and enmity with the news last week that, since October, Sony have been asking publishers to foot the bill of consumers downloading their content from the PSN.
It looks like Sony aren’t as crazy as we thought they were (ed: isn’t that usually the case?) with the company’s announcement of their new “Pub Fund”.
How does it work? Well, take your budget for that new digitally distributed game you’ve been so diligently working on. If you decide to release it only on the PSN, Sony will match it.
It’s Thursday, and as with many Thursdays, Home has some new content. Today, both North America and Europe get Resistance 2 outfits. You can purchase these from the Shopping Centre/Mall in the Threads store.
There have been reports of the costumes disappearing from your wardrobes in the US, however, SCEA insist this is a bug and that they will reappear within 24 hours.
They promised to return and, courtesy of Sony’s French PR division, news has just hit the tubes that Ratchet and Clank will be back this fall in Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time.
What do you do after you’ve just walked off with a lifetime achievement award and are about to deliver the GDC key-note speech?
Whatever the hell you goddamn please it seems as word has reached us today via Eurogamer that Foxhound commander-in-chief Hideo Kojima will not be divulging what his new game is at this year’s GDC.
Every now and then it is good for us to exhibit some of the ‘attitude’ that the name of the site represents.
Following PETA’s recent comments with regard to the dogs in Call of Duty: World at War, now is one of those times…
God of War III? Check.
Gameplay footage? Check.
Handheld camera? Check.
Nothing more to report – just enjoy!
It was red carpet and beard combing time over at San Francisco last night as the luminaries of the gaming industry gathered together to slap their peers on the back and tell each other: “Your game rocked! No, YOUR game rocked!”
The fact is: a lot of games rocked last year so this was always going to be a tight contest.
As another teaser site hits the Internet, this time for The King of Fighters XII, we thought it would be useful to bring you up-to-date on one of the (wrongly) less celebrated fight-em-up franchises available.
You see, this particular member of the PS3 Attitude team has had a bit of a thing for KoF over the years…
It has been announced by Capcom today that Bionic Commando, the hotly anticipated remake of the classic NES game from 1988, will be released in Europe on May 22nd.
The game which was featured on the December edition of Qore, for the first time allows players to jump.
Infinity Ward have a new website up and running. What does it mean? What’s there? Modern Warfare 2, that’s what! Except for one small detail… There’s nothing to see there yet.
It’s taken its damn sweet time (though not as long as a certain rotund royal) but finally we can lock Flock down to a release date.
Fans of alien sheep management (and who isn’t?) can finally get their hands on Flock on April 9th.
Big news for Home fans coming out of the GDC today as Jack Buser, US Home Director, has revealed that, from here on in, expect to see no less than three promotional spaces appear in Home each month.
Despite some “console” footage of CryENGINE 3 appearing along side the recent announcement that Crytek’s next engine will feature on more than just the PC, we weren’t sure just which console was on show when admiring the impressive tech demo.
Lucky for us, new footage with scenes clearly marked with which console is running has surfaced over at Gamersyde.
Sony raised quite a few eyebrows when they announced that they had made it difficult to develop for the PS3 “on purpose.”
That’s not to say Sony are making developers code in the dark, drunk and upside down or anything, with more information emerging that, not only is it getting easier to create PS3 games, but it’s also now getting cheaper.