Article Archive for August 2009
We love competitions and giveaways here at PS3 Attitude. Heck, every Tuesday we even rebrand the site to ‘PSFree Attitude’ in honour of our weekly Twitter-based freebie-fest.
But this week we’ve got something really special for y’all. Yes, we’re offering you the chance to get your hands on one of the rarest of commodities for your precious Sackboy – a Golden Crown.
So what do you need to do to win this glistening ode to your creativity and awesomeness?
VidZone aren’t satisfied with one exclusive video as they have acquired another, this time in the form of the new Prodigy video called “Take Me to the Hospital”.
So it’s now time to sync our watches and be ready for 6pm BST or 7pm CET on the 4th of August for when the video, and hopefully others as well, go live on the music video streaming service on the PlayStation 3.
Sony has revealed their sales numbers for the PlayStation3 console from launch to June 30th 2009. Since November 2006, a total of 23.8 million consoles have been sold worldwide.
In the same time period, Sony managed to accumulate a total of 189.7 million software sales, and that includes from the PlayStation Network and from at retail, across all publishers.
Eidos Interactive will release a Batman: Arkham Asylum demo on the PSN (and XBL) this Thursday, August 7th.
Using the summer to polish the game to an inch of its digital life, we’ve been assured that this time has been well spent in making this not only the best Batman game of all time, but perhaps even the best super-hero game ever, period.
We hope you’ve got the van full of petrol/gas, your spandex washed and the groupies evenly distributed because, come September 1st, you’ll be taking to the road once more with Guitar Hero 5.
Or, you know, you could ask some friends around and rock out in the comfort of your own home with a reduced chance of contracting herpes.
Want to know what songs will be causing you blisters and destroying the last remnants of a cordial relationship with your neighbours? Read on Rock-God, read on.
By now you’re likely to have finally gotten your hands on all that delicious and forbidden cake.
You’ve therefore no doubt also realised that the game has not only brought numerous gastro-inspired delights to the table but a less palatable menu of glitches, bugs and — the bane of all online gamers — latency issues. That’s “crippling lag” to the rest of us.
Speaking on their official blog, Fat Pricess developer Titan Studios have confirmed that not only are these teething launch issues known, the studio are hard at work getting a patch live as soon as possible that corrects the more blatant of technical hiccups.
Popping up on German ratings website USK, it appears that indie puzzle-platformer and time-bending mega-hit Braid is finally making its way to the PSN.
Lauded over in XBL-land as one of games of the year (that would be last year), you may recall our insightful interview with designer Jonathan Blow where he candidly spoke his mind regarding future outings for his successful game. With talk of exclusivity deals and expiration dates, it would appear the game is finally on its way for PS3 owners.
Welcome back to the second part of our interview with Ollie Clarke, head honcho of the team behind upcoming PSN title Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao.
Last time, we has a natter about the game, demo and development process.
This time, we’re focusing on the 3D aspect of the game that makes it so unique.
That and we threw in a few curve ball questions to keep Ollie on his toes…
For this week’s It Came From Japan we decided to be somewhat topical.
With Yakuza 3 (and 4) popping up in the news lately, we thought it might be beneficial to take a look at the series as a whole and posit just how concrete recent rumblings of the series’ xenophobic tendencies actually are.
Though still very much steeped in myth and hearsay, when a popular online retailer lists a pre-order scheme for the still unconfirmed PS3 slim, we sit up and take notice.
This is exactly what has happened with the German branch of Amazon now taking orders for what some people are calling Sony’s relaunch of the PS3 console.