Article Archive for October 2009
Uncharted 2 is without question our favourite game of the year, and even for the whole PS3 lifetime, so far.
It’s so good that it has surpassed the expectations held by developers Naughty Dog.
Don’t want to stop rocking yet in Brutal Legend? Then don’t! EA is releasing “The Tears of the Hextadon” downloadable content pack very soon… for absolutely free!
The game has just been released today in North America (out since the 23rd in Europe) and already there is an announcement for downloadable content. The good thing is that it will be FREE for a limited time…
The Turtle Beach Earforce P21 headset is a gaming headset that allows PS3 owners to hear great quality audio from their favourite game, whilst being able to chat to their friends at the same time.
So how does this unit perform during a long gaming session, and can it improve your enjoyment of PS3 multi-player titles?
Assassin’s Creed Lineage is the prequel to the events that occur in Assassin’s Creed II. It follows Ezio’s father, GiovanniAuditore da Firenze, as he investigates the murder of the Duke of Milan.
Uncovering the truth only implicates him further and soon, he is hunted himself.
We are big fans of Resistance 2, and believe it is a step in the right direction for the franchise.
But some hardcore fans of the first game were left angry and disappointed with the sequel that brought a lot of change.
If you happen to own the black box of tricks that is PlayTV, you might want to check the most recent update.
The update takes the tally up to 1.21, and adds a few nice new features.
And one AWESOME feature…
Well this is a first.
We were so happy Critter Crunch was released that, once we were done barfing with excitement, there was a bit of a scrap over who would do the review.
After an epic battle, Danny_D and I decided to share the review between us. Danny took on the multi-player aspect while I tackled single player modes.
Are you tired of using the PSN video store to purchase and rent your favorite films and television shows? Is there that certain video you’re looking for that Sony doesn’t carry?
Well, have no fear because Netflix is partnering with Sony to bring streaming videos directly to your console next month.
Despite not releasing until 2010, Capcom gave a sneak peak of Super Street Fighter IV at the latest Fight Club event.
Console Warzone was even kind enough to take video footage of players messing around with Juri, Dee Jay, and T. Hawk for everyone to enjoy.
Inferno Pool, Dark Energy Digital’s inaugural title, has been out in Europe for quite some time now. All of us here at PS3 Attitude Towers are fans of the game so it’s with great pleasure that we’ll see it released in North America next week on October 29th.
Cake lovers rejoice as today marks the completion of Patch 1.03 for Fat Princess which is ready for imminent release. The biggest addition included in the patch is the brand new map, New Pork City, which will be available free to everyone.
Nothing beats free cake…nothing.
This weeks video content update is rather mediocre in the film range, featuring many no name movies and ones you just don’t want to watch. To make up for it, the PlayStation Store is offering the first episode of Naruto Shippuden Uncut for FREE. So if you’re a fan of teen ninjas anime, then you’ll be very pleased.
Other additions to the store included trailers for Armored (sweet) and Stepfather (meh). Wolverine continues to dominate the top spot with the relatively unknown Trick ‘r Treat coming in close behind.
Trine, Oddworld, Ractchet and Clank Future, Critter Crunch, Dragon Ball, Queen, The Beatles… Where to begin? Price updates of course! Lumines Supernova, Burnout Paradise and Siren all get price drops.
Get your Trine on, reminisce with Oddworld, check out that crack with the Ratchet and Clank demo, sample the delicious bugs with the Crtitter Crunch demo or let out the beast out in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast demo. Are you not entertained?
Today you can treat that adorable little monkey looking aberration (also known as EyePet) to a couple of downloadable packs. One free, one not free at all.
But who could keep up the free DLC movement alive today? Midnight Club and Cross Edge, that’s who. Free police car pack and power up pack +, but we’re not sure which pack belongs to which game.
A warm welcome to another Homerun this week with lots of news and views on the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home.
There is a ton of new things arriving on Friday – yes that’s right a day late – so we’ll go straight into it shall we?
Gaming headsets are a dime a dozen. They come in a variety of designs, features, and prices. TRITTON Technologies have designed the AX 720 specifically for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 video game systems with superb audio quality and voice communication. If you’re looking for gaming headphones, then these are the ones to own.
When Ubisoft came out and declared Splinter Cell: Conviction as a “true exclusive” for the Xbox 360, we bet all you Sam Fisher-ionados out there thought: “That’s it, I really need to let all hopes of hooking up with Sam on my PS3 again go.”
Time to jump back on the will-it-won’t-it merry-go-round again as, while speaking to Videogamer, Ubisoft’s CEO Yannis Mallat has suggested it might still happen.
This is a bit of a surprise, but a very welcomed one! IGN has just posted a motion comic version of the original Uncharted’s opening sequence!
You know what the cool thing is? This isn’t even the motion comic that is releasing Thursday on the PSN, it’s a different one!
El “God Damn” Dorado!