Article Archive for May 2009
It started with the noblest of intentions; using his bionic arm to save people (or pets) in need, but his dream did not stop there. He had his eyes set on something bigger, something more meaningful, something he would be proud to write to his bionic mother about: middle management.
The more we see of GRIN’s Terminator: Salvation, dispelled is any hint of the dreaded movie tie-in hex and we get the feeling we could be looking at a real contender for the action title of the summer.
Well, now that Batman is washing his tights until late summer, the honour has opened up a little.
Pre-order BrÃ¼tal Legend with GameStop and receive an exclusive in-game guitar. But this is not an ordinary guitar made by mere mortals or any kind of â€˜horse armorâ€™ guitar deal. This guitar will give you the power to kill a yak, from 200 yards away. To pay Tribute. To play that mythical One Note Song. To bring The Metal.
Today more news has come for the music video service.
Not only will you be able to stream music videos, for free, but concert videos, making ofs, and behind the scenes too making Vidzone sounding like a much more impressive addition than before.
Take a look at these new screens for the upcoming Red Dead Redemption from Rockstar and the sequel to Red Dead Revolver. There is something very familiar with John Marston, the lead character in the game. Perhaps that’s because he looks like our good old friend Clint Eastwood.
North American users should be prepared for a significant content update for PlayStation Home on Thursday.
Locust_Star from the US team has kindly landed on the PlayStation Blog to update gamers with what is to come in their “enormous” update.
One word. Everyone’s lips.
Whilst we certainly weren’t the first video game news site to join the 140-character bandwagon, we are making the most of the service.
And soon, you too can make the most of following us on 2009’s favourite social network.
Did somebody say ‘giveaway’?
We proffer here the latest trailer of the game with the obvious observation: we know this is a PSN title and not the grand sweeping epic game some people might have expected as a tie in with the new movie but, was it really necessary to use 85% film footage in the trailer?
We still love Phil Harrison.
He might have jumped off the good ship Sony to fulfil a lifelong dream of heading up a studio but that doesn’t mean he isn’t able to put a smile on our collective faces around these PS3 themed parts.
Announced at the denouement of a Sony event in Sydney, Australia, Sony will help Atari publish and distribute the upcoming spectral infused Ghostbusters title.
You may know we have a soft spot for The King of Fighters series here at Attitude Towers.
Now, Ignition is giving the opportunity to the online community to choose the official box art for the PS3 and X360 versions.
We thought it would be a good idea to write a guide on how to unlock the fragments in Home’s popular puzzle game, Xi.
This guide details how to unlock the first twelve fragments.
Before we start, be aware that this guide is full of spoilers so if you want to complete Xi on your own merit, you should stop reading now…
We admit it. We are biased. Biased towards good games. There, we said it. Posted in the infinite depths of the internet for generations and generations. And another thing, we think that Valkyria Chronicles is a good game. More on that later.
If you share our feelings about Valkyria Chronicles then why not show your allegiance and vote for your favorite comeback story of 2009 in the 27th Annual Golden Joystick Awards?
Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is one week away in North America and a full month away for Europe. But don’t let that get you down Europe. Enjoy these screens until we can all enjoy some intercontinental cooperative play. And mounting.
Did you enjoy PURE? It would appear that most of you did. Are you ready to enjoy it again? Oh, so you are done with it. How about a bunch of trophies? Will that change your mind?
We thought so. The Black Rock Studio developed, Disney Interactive Studios published ATV racer is getting patched with trophies after almost eight months of being trophy-less in the rain.
Don’t you just love the little bulls-eyed looking Patapons? Wouldn’t you enjoy wearing one on your virtual shirt (or real shirt but more on that later)? Well now you can come Thursday.
In conjunction with the release of Patapon 2 on the PSP, there are going to be a few surprises for us waiting at Home…
Square Enix has plans to release Final Fanatasy XIII, probably the most anticipated game to come out from the land of the rising sun this generation, within a year after the Japanese launch, which should arrive within the next twelve months.
Subscribers of the PlayStation Official Magazine in the UK received their latest edition in the post this morning, with the headline story being their review of forthcoming superhero-em-up, inFamous.
The review, which pitches inFamous as ‘shockingly good’, runs across six pages of the June 2009 edition of the magazine, and features a number of useful hints and tips that will help players when the game hits our streets before the end of May.
Friend of the site (seriously, he likes us!) Jeff Rubenstein sat down with Zipper Interactive’s Lead Designer Andy Beaudoin and VP Michael Gutmann (actually, he stands next to Michael) and practically assaulted them with questions, both his own and some from the readers of the PS blog, about upcoming 256 MMO frag-fest MAG (or M.A.G. – depending on your orientation).
We’ve never liked EA Redshore Studios.
Don’t get us wrong, we really enjoyed Dead Space (one of us more than others) and we’re keen to see how Dante’s Inferno pans out but, and we freely admit this is a terribly weak excuse, the studio’s name has always annoyed us.
Reflecting their “intense action-oriented” titles, the California based studio will now be known as “Visceral Games”.