Article Archive for October 2009
The Saboteur has been in development for some time, and is due to finally hit shelves at the start of December, just in time for Christmas.
EA are keen to stand tall above the thronging masses, screaming for your hard-earned this holiday season.
How are they planning to do that, exactly?
Do you have a UK PSN account? Zen Studios wants testers for the upcoming Planet Minigolf closed beta.
Downloadable content is all the rage these days thanks to the development of online support for consoles.
And so you probably won’t be surprised to hear that God of War III is likely to get the same treatment.
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves picks up the story of PS3 poster-boy, Nathan ‘Nate’ Drake, roughly two years after the events of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune. Similar to the previous story, this new adventure revolves around an unsolved historical mystery.
Instead of searching for the gold of El Dorado, this time Nate’s travels take him along the path of Marco Polo’s doomed voyage home from China in 1292. You see, Polo departed with 14 ships and over 600 passengers and crew, but when he arrived at his destination a year and a half later only one ship remained and only 18 of the passengers had survived.
Although Marco Polo described almost every other aspect of his journeys in minute detail he never revealed what happened to the ships that were lost, and it is this fact that drives Drake and his cohorts forward towards the treasure, and the truth.
You read that right; train like a real astronaut in Kennedy Space Center and play as a clueless one in SEGA’s Planet 51 The Videogame.
And the best part of it all? You don’t even have to pre-order, buy, or even like the Planet 51 movie or game to enter the sweepstakes. But lying about loving both the game and the movie must be in one of the sweepstake’s rules. So how exactly do you throw your name into the hat?
The God of War Collection has already been postponed in the EU.
Now it seems that the delay-hammer has struck a new nerve in the shape of a week-long hold on the US release of the much-anticipated title.
The first of two demos for Ratchet and Clank Future: A Crack In Time has been confirmed to be releasing in the U.S. this week!
Fans of Ratchet should not worry, news regarding the second demo will be coming soon.
The popular 2D side-scroller, Rocket Knight Adventures was met with success on the Sega Genesis in 1993 and on Super Nintendo with Sparkster. Now, nearly 15 years later, the series is making a comeback with Rocket Knight available as a digital download.
A new video has surfaced that shows the concept boxart for the highly anticipated Gran Turismo 5.
Now what makes this interesting is that you can clearly see three cases within the pack, not just one.
Back in the original PlayStation days, one of the unique titles to hit the console was Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee.
It was one of the favourites amongst the community for it’s unique style and the lovable protagonist Abe
Thanks to our good friends at Ubisoft, we can give you – our wonderful PS3 Attitude readers – the chance to own something really special.
In grand PS3 Attitude tradition, we offering you the opportunity to own a Limited Edition 24-carat gold-plated 16Gb iPod Touch, created by the experts at GoldGenie and designed by Ubisoft to celebrate the release of their Wild West FPS, Call of Juarez.
Currently one of only a few in existence, here’s your chance to own something special whilst helping us raise money for charity.
Jack Tretton, SCEA’s President, CEO and coolest Sony guy besides Kevin Butler has a message for you new PlayStation owners. Welcome to the PlayStation Nation, population awesome.
He then goes on to quote some numbers, percentages, hardware sales increase, and how Sony beat all competition in September. All of them.
It took a while, but Trine is finally hitting the Americas of the Northern persuasion this Thursday. Why the delay? You are asking the wrong people buddy.
Even if you ask the right people, say Nobilis’ Product Manager Olivier Vermillie for example, all you would get is a big fat “sorry folks”. At least that’s what 120+ people got from Nobilis over at the PlayStation.Blog.
Want Demon’s Souls but can’t find it in stores? Fear not, Atlus is here to save the day!
This of course is assuming that you don’t want the Deluxe Edition with the 160 page guide. That version is officially sold out!
The first downloadable pack has been announced for SOCOM: Confrontation.
The game has had a rift of patches to improve the overall enjoyment of the game since launch, and now the development team are turning to new content.
Calling All Cars was released in May of 2007 on the PlayStation Network, back when the PS3 was still in its infancy. While it did gain a good fanbase (mostly due to the game coming free with one year Qore subscribers), everything must come to an end at some point.
Come January 14th, players will no longer be able to connect to the game’s online servers as they will not exist.
If you haven’t bought Critter Crunch yet (shame on you!), there is a demo hitting the NA PSN next week.
Critter Crunch is cheap, really good, and now you can try it before you buy it. No excuses! Plus, how can you resist that face? Aww…
This weeks PSN Video Store update brings some good stuff, some bad, and some we’ve just never heard of. Halloween is just around the corner so why not bring out the costumes. Batman Forever, Blade, and even Superman make an appearance on the store.
If you feel like a good scare, then there are a few horror movies to wet your whistle as well…
The fourth entry into Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed II Dev Diary is now available and it shows off the brutality and realism of the game.
The developers discuss the game’s fighting mechanics and what they have done to make it appeal to gamers, as well as the new weapons available.