Article Archive for April 2009
In just a few short weeks, we are going to have one of the biggest E3’s in quite some time. Sony are limbering up for a showdown of epic proportions, and doubtless the competition are taking a similar stance.
What do we reckon is lurking up the longest sleeves of the highest SCE bigwig?
When Paradise City is full of illegal street races causing havoc in a once beautiful and peaceful city, itâ€™s time to call the cops in – All 33 of them!
The newest downloadable pack for Burnout Paradise is hitting the PlayStation Store this Thursday and we have got the low-down on how much it will cost your wallets.
We have been hearing about what gamers in the United States will be treated to when they purchase a copy of inFamous when it goes on sale there on May 26th.
Unfortunately no such treat has been announced for Europe, however, guys in the UK do have a date to circle on the calendar in the kitchen!
We hinted about it. In fact, we knew about it, but we didn’t spill the beans until the guys over at Naughty Dog were prepared to do so first. That’s just how we roll here at PS3 Attitude.
Now that Evan Wells, Co-President at Naughty Dog, is blabbering uncontrollably about it, well – so will we.
Dante’s Inferno has captured our attention ever since we saw his initial venture into Hell. We now have a look at some of the massive boss fights he will encounter thanks to our friends over at Eurogamer.
Is that the Minotaur we see in one of the shots? Oh, and since when did the Grimm Reaper have the money to bling out his Scythe?
Creating one of 2008’s games of the year gives you some clout in the industry.
Not content with ferrying out development duties of Fallout: New Vegas to Obsidian Entertainment, it appears Bethesda will continue to strengthen …
The (non)upcoming controversial title, Six Days in Fallujah, has been dropped by publisher Konami after receiving heavy criticism from the community. The game, which depicts the battle between US forces and local insurgents in Fallujah in 2004, has already gained negative publicity due to its raw and recent subject matter.
Terminator SalvationGRIN’s upcoming Terminator tie-in hits in less than a month so what better way to drive up some interest by releasing a new video showing off some spectacular co-op action.
Were you thinking of taking a chance on the tie-in or is the hex of movie-based games preventing you from taking a leap of faith?
We take a look at The Creative Assembly’s Stormrise. An RTS with a unique control system, the Whip-Selectâ„¢, have the Australian developer unlocked the secrets of creating an RTS on a console that is intuitive, managable and responsive.
Or have they created one of the most frustrating, disappointing and ultimately poorest games in a long time?
Once more on our post-Saturday-night recovery day, known in some circles as “Sunday”, we take a look back at a week in Twitter. See what we have been chirping about all week and add your own tuneful melody into the mix if you feel so inclined..
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about Pandemic’s open-world action thriller “The Saboteur”, though if the talk around the campfire is to be believed, we’ll be getting a more indepth look at the clandestine tinkerer at this year’s E3.
We take a closer look at the title and some new screens and concept art that have surfaced.
Are you having trouble figuring out how to get the recent LittleBigPlanet Creator Pack to work?
Never fear, as the helpful guys and gals from MediaMolecule have posted some quick and simple instructions over at their website that should see you getting your hands on the new content in no time.
And you thought sinking pirate ships was as weird as it was going to get. How about fending off hungry crocodiles (or alligators depending on your region) with a tennis ball? Virtua Tennis 2009 is bringing your old favorite Virtua Tennis 3 mini games back for another spin.
See ‘Meat Defender’ and other favorite Virtua Tennis mini games in action for today’s lesson: you can thwart an alien invasion with nothing more than tennis balls and a good arm.
On Thursday we saw the launch of the Star Trek outfits in the European PlayStation Home Threads store.
A new announcement has revealed there is more to it than we first thought.
Gust have revealed some details for the upcoming PS3 exclusive RPG, Altelier Rorona.Yes, you heard that correctly; a RPG exclusively on the PS3.
Information regarding the new ‘assist system’ has surfaced and with it comes a sudden urge to play a RPG. This is supposedly only one of the multiple new features included in the game.
A new video has surfaced of Obsidian Entertainment’s spy-themed RPG Alpha Protocol.
Focusing on the game’s Dynamic Dialogue System (DDS), a mechanism for interacting with the characters you’ll encounter within the game, the footage also shows off the game’s early stages.
PS3 Attitude has today handed over its entire operating profit to games industry charity GamesAid.
On the back of this news, PS3 Attitude has decided that now is the best time to further expand the team and help generate greater profits for GamesAid in the future…
The first time we heard about Fat Princess back in 2008 we were already sold on the idea. This was good for Titan Studios because it would be months since we saw the adorably plump monarch in motion.
Skip ahead to April 2009 and the free Episode 11 of Qore featured a developer interview with the creators. It was then where we saw her in motion for the first time. We were already sold on the game, now we were in love…
Unleashing righteous retribution on the undead is quite in vogue at the moment so if you’ve a penchant for sending zombies back to their rightful resting place – you’re probably like a kid in a candy store these days.
Of course, not all zombie games are created equal and if you’re also a fan of classic horror movies like the Evil Dead series, Brain Dead (Dead Alive in the US), and the more humourous take on undead extermination – Shaun of the Dead – we think this hard decision has just been made a lot easier. Burn Zombie Burn! is a game that you should run – don’t walk – and pick up.