Article Archive for October 2009
Want to chat with some friends in Home and watch anime at the same time? Well, now you can. The first episode of Naruto Shippuden is playing in the NA Home theater.
Borderlands has been annoying gamers with glitches and bugs since its release and Gearbox has been hard at work to fix the issues.
For those that haven’t noticed yet, a new version update for Borderlands is now live in the US and it makes the game even more enjoyable.
This weeks video content update is a warm welcome after the rather disappointing content last week. The most notable films include The Born Ultimatum, The Proposal, and Orphan if you’re in a Halloween mood.
Even more interesting is Stan Helsing, a parody on the vampire hunter himself. Why Kenan Thompson thought to go from Saturday Night Live to this is beyond us…
MvC2 had a few issues that needed to be fixed that weren’t noticed until the game finally came out. A patch is now available and it addresses some major bugs.
Uncharted 2 isn’t the only game celebrating Halloween. Atlus have announced that the Demon’s Souls World Tendency will be going pure black this weekend.
So what exactly does that mean?
Halloween is tomorrow and to celebrate, Naughty Dog is releasing a patch for Uncharted 2: Among Thieves which primarily focuses on the multiplayer modes.
In addition, this weekend will be the first Double Cash Weekend.
The list of tweaks are as follows…
Shortly after we heard about how European gamers can get their hands on the God of War III demo, we now hear what North Americans can get in the GOW III Ultimate Edition.
After asking PlayStation fans on what they would like to see in the mega edition, we can now tell you what’s in it.
A few weeks ago we told you why Uncharted 2 is the main contender for the top title of 2009. Sure, it might have a 96 Metacritic ranking, but does that truly make it the best?
Christmas is approaching faster than you realize and, with it being the video game industries biggest revenue source, some of the big AAA titles are guaranteed to make an appearance.
Naturally, we all can’t afford to purchase every game that comes out so in part two of our AAA Shoot-out we tell you why Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time should be the #1 stocking stuffer this year…
GamesAid has confirmed which charities they will be donating at least £11,000 to as a result of their fundraising, where PS3 Attitude plays a big part in raising money for the organisation.
The Royal Hospital for Neuro Disability, The Willow Foundation, Action for Kids, Special Effect and Winston’s Wish have all been voted to receive the donation, with one final charity still to be announced.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced their plans to get the E3 God of War III demo in people’s hands.
The demo which is being bundled with the God of War Collection and District 9 discs in North America will be distributed to a limited number of PSN users in Europe.
Did it just get warm around here? Aww Phreaky, that’s disgusting. Okay everybody, out of the pool. The Inferno Pool that is, which debuts in North America today. Check out our Inferno Pool review circa June 1st 2009, and did we mention that we totally pwned* Inferno Pool developers Dark Energy at their own game?
Good things came in today, the second Ratchet And Clank Future demo (featuring the furry one) and a Fat Princess demo for those yet to succumb to the allure of magical cake. We can vouch for Fat Princess; it’s totally awesome and includes a free new map, New Pork City.
Good news everyone! Today’s update did not suck egg yolks. In a related matter, next week’s update will suck egg yolks and then some. This was made official in the EU PSBlog, citing some ‘behind the scenes’ work that needs to be done.
Maybe SCEE’s entire IT crowd needs to go to rehab or something…we wonder if they tried turning it off and then back on again? But never mind that, look at the good stuff we got today and hope that it will get you through the drought.
There will be no Homerun this week but there is still some PlayStation Home content that needs a mention.
Europe gets all the content today for a change and it’s worth having a look at.
A brand new patch for WipEout HD is incoming that will take the game to version 2.10.
The update brings in some minor improvements as well as fixes to audio problems and scoring in the Elimination and Detonator modes.
The first person shooter genre is heavily weighed down from the likes of Call of Duty to Killzone 2, so it has become more important than ever for developers to make their FPS games stand out from the crowd.
Codemasters’ Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising is the company’s latest answer to the genre, and so how well does it fair?
Our little green hopper is going to be getting a visual update this winter with Frogger Returns. Cars, logs, and hidden crocodiles all will be beautifully rendered in 3D, while keeping the classic gameplay relatively the same. That’s not to say there won’t be new additions…
Do you want to play God of War III early without buying the re-releases of the first two games? If so, then purchase District 9 on Blu-ray.
Bioshock was one of those titles that didn’t really take off on the PlayStation 3, but that is down to the wait that gamers had to endure for the final release months after it was on the Xbox 360 and PC.
This time around it’s one of the hotly anticipated games of early next year as it will be releasing simulatenously on all three platforms.
Sony has just let the news out that 3D Dot Game Heroes will be released in the US!
Excited? Of course you are!