Article Archive for May 2009
Yes, you read that title correctly. Capcom is supposedly planning on releasing between 20 and 40 classics from their PS1 and PSP collection on the PSN. We’re already drooling at the mouth just thinking about what games could be on the magical list.
From the Mega Mans and Resident Evils to the Street Fighters and Breath of Fires, there is a list, about as big as a certain database, that is worthy to grace our PS3s.
We had a divided crowd last week for the top downloaded movie. The top SD movie was The Wrestler with Mickey Rourke, while the top HD movie was Quantum of Solace with Daniel Craig.
We went with The Wrestler for the picture (and thus declaring it the winner) because we have a soft spot for underdogs making a comeback. So there you have it The Wrestler, a winner is you.
We mentioned it in our weekly Homerun last week (which is a good read by the way), and now we have the results back.
drvixx was given the opportunity to ask ten questions to the team about Home on the 1st of May and now he has come onto the forums with the results…
With the impending North American release of Sacred 2 May 12th (5th June for Europe, sorry Phreaky), we are treated to a video of one of our favorite game modes as of late: cooperative game play.
Sacred 2 offers two player offline coop for social butterflies and four player online coop for PS3 hermits.
Welcome back, This Week in Rock Band brings you all the tracks, packs or albums available for your favorite band simulator this Thursday (groupies not included but highly recommended).
Two tracks may be instantly recognizable in this bunch; they were hits not so long ago: Franz Ferdinand’s “Take Me Out” and Alien Ant Farm’s “Smooth Criminal”.
Breaking News: Xi is not yours, it “belongs” to VeilCorp and if you carry on pursuing it, you are violating their rights.
Well that’s according to a new blog post on the PlayStation Blog website.
Ever wanted to film your own movie? Or even star in one? Has money or work always been a barrier between you and your dream? But you do have a PS3 right?
If you answered yes to all of those questions you are in luck because something new is coming to PlayStation Home on the 7th of May.
Now that Bizarre Creations are snugly under the wing of Activision, the boys from Liverpool have left their Project Gotham Racing past behind them and are moving on to new projects.
Having already delivered the tad limited yet well received “The Club” last year, it appears the guys haven’t been able to shake the racing bug and are returning to the genre with Blur.
Most fighting games have you beating the crap of your opponent, some may even have you beating the crap of two or three opponents, but Tekken 6 not only wants you to break your opponent’s body and will; it wants you to break the stage too while you’re at it.
Walls and floors are fair game, as long as you use your enemy’s body to break them.
If you are a fan of the site (and honestly how could you not be?) you should know by now that BrÃ¼tal Legend is looking fine and that it is going to rock your PlayStation 3 this Rocktober.
So you know that BrÃ¼tal Legend rocks, Jack Black is awesome and that Tim ‘Freakin’ Schaffer is a video game genius. But what do you know about the story of BrÃ¼tal Legend?
It’s been quite a while since we’ve seen any signs of Jak or Daxter from Naughty Dog. Perhaps it’s because they’ve been busy with this? Anyway, Daxter is finally making the next gen jump. Unfortunately it’s not with the announcement of Jack 4 but with the upcoming PAIN Sore Sports expansion.
PS3 Attitude on TwitterIt’s Twitter Digest time again here at PS3 Attitude.
Another week, another torrent of disjointed non sequiturs that, upon reading, make absolutely no sense but probably had some semblance of relevancy at the time. We think.
Hot on the heels of 1.24, Guerrilla Games have unleashed a new Killzone 2 patch.
Imaginately entitled 1.25, you’ll no doubt be wanting to know what the 16MB of Helghan tinged goodness brings to the table.
If you’re agoraphobic, have an almost vampiric distaste for the sun or just addicted to PSN titles in general, Sony’s summer plans for downloadable content should practically guarantee you a sedimentary and indoor existence over the coming months.
Sending out press information like a messenger heralding an approaching onslaught, Sony are in buoyant form and only too happy to bang their new content war-drum.
We all had a different reaction to the recent news of Batman’s delay, but we can all still agree that we want to play Batman: Arkham Asylum as soon as it hits the streets.
In a good news/bad news scenario, Eidos and Warner Bros. released a new video showcasing Batman’s ‘freeflow combat’ to ease the pain and/or whet the appetite even further. We have to be frank for a minute, the bad news totally overshadow the good news.
Evil may have a new face, but your old minion friends are back just as you remember them. Only harder, better, faster, stronger and funnier.
Overlord II is coming sooner than you may have expected with new features and surprises that fans of the original Overlord: Raising Hell (guilty) hoped for.
It’s not a game, it’s not an art piece, it’s .deTuned. After the release of the interactive Linger in the Shadows, the demoscene his significantly grown.
.theprodukkt has been in the business for quite some time with .kkrieger (it seems that all their ‘games’ begin with a period). .deTuned combines visuals with music for one interactive experience.
You probably already know that the X-Men Origins: Wolverine demo is a new (we’d never call Wolverine late) edition to this week’s assortment of downloadable goods from the respective stores but, just in case you’re one of the few people who only check it once a week during the Thursday window, you should check again.
After lapping up the delicious challenge room video and then the news that The Joker would appear as a playable character in such rooms on the PS3, we’re a tad disappointed to report that Rocksteady’s Batman outing, Arkham Asylum, is now officially delayed.
Slipping like an oily batarang through The Dark Knight’s grasp from its original release date of June 23rd all the way to the end of Q3 2009, we’ll have to wait a little longer to get our hands on the vengeful detective.