Article Archive for June 2009
Creat Studios, developers of such games as Cuboid, Mahjong Tales, Smash Cars and the madness that is Magic Ball have announced that classic PC game Digger and an “all-ages fast-paced real-time strategy game” entitled Mushroom Wars will launch on the PSN this summer.
Speaking at Microsoft’s keynote speech at E3 (which is still going on by the way) Hideo Kojima took to the stage and announced the bombshell that is a MGS game coming to the 360.
The arrival of the EU official PlayStation blog is already proving bountiful with a run-through of what we can expect this month appearing on the new site.
It’s a motley assortment of news with release date …
Another game, another E3 trailer.
EA and Pandemic’s The Saboteur has generated some heat of late with its black-and-white versus colour aesthetic and open world game-play dynamic on offer.
This footage is very much the spit and …
To get in the spirit for E3, PlayStation Home is showing the E3 conference on Tuesday in the Presentation Podium. But we already knew that.
But what we weren’t certain about was that there will be announcements for a bunch of new game spaces arriving at the same time to celebrate the conference.
With E3 just around the corner, we are starting to see a large number of videos, trailers and goodies released. The bods over at Insomniac are not ones to miss a trick, so we are delighted to see that they have released a trailer with gameplay footage as well as an interview with Creative Director Brian Algeier.
WipEout HD has been out since last year and delivers 60fps 1080p racing mayhem but it has been off people’s lips for sometime now. Well this is all about to change.
Studio Liverpool today announced the arrival of a new expansion pack; Fury, hitting the PSN this summer.
Breaking news over at CVG with reports that EA have struck a deal with Crytek to publish the sequel to darling of the PC world, Crysis.
We’ve known for some time now that Crytek have been seriously looking into the console market and, considering the first Crysis was one of the most pirated games of all time and the recent emergence of CryEngine 3 console demos, it’s no shock to see the follow-up to what many still consider the best looking game ever coming to consoles.
Already enchanting a whole new legion of fans over in Japan with its release on to the JP Store last month, it looks like English speakers and fans of big hair and bigger swords are finally about to get what they’ve been asking for with a revisit to Midgar.
With the ESRB rating the seminal classic for PSP and PS3, expect to see the biggest (and best?) Final Fantasy game soon.
We reported last week that Helghan exiles keen on some new Killzone 2 updates would enjoy a patch on Thursday. Sometimes even reliable sources slip up as the 1.27 Killzone 2 patch did not go live when expected.
Considering E3 is literally upon us, and taking into account the fact the event is quite a visual exposition, expect a lot of articles here at PS3 Attitude this week to form the following simple format: there’s new footage of a game you need to see.
The game in question this time around is Obsidian’s spy RPG Alpha Protocol
What Dark Energy have produced is not only an enjoyable pool simulator on the PS3 – admittedly a niche market – but what might be the first friendship killing game.
For when a game can incite a torrent of invectives from even the most timid of gamers – and they giddily come back for more – it’s a sign that Inferno Pool’s designers have tapped into the winning combination of something both equally fun and primal.