Article Archive for October 2009
The Bayonetta demo is now out in Japan and we have a gameplay video that shows the first climax.
Is Bayonetta worth your time?
Blue Toad Murder Files is a forthcoming, self-published PSN title from Relentless, the people behind the hugely successful Buzz! franchise.
In a forthcoming interview with PS3 Attitude, Design Director Paul Woodbridge reveals how long each of the episodes will last, and the reasons why they chose that route.
With the announcement of Super Street Fighter IV, there have been some concerns on whether or not the title should have been DLC instead of a disc only product.
In a world full of updates and downloadable content, which would be the better option?
You read that right. North America is next in line for a puke-a-thon of the most adorable proportions; and it will only cost you $6.99 American/Canadian. Europe is promised the same ‘I can’t believe I’m playing a puking game’ experience at a fair pricing, but at a later date.
For the unaware and/or slightly grossed out readers out there, Critter Crunch is not really about puking. Critter Crunch is about force feeding critters until they explode, thus releasing their juicy innards for the protagonist Biggs to eat. Then he pukes it to feed his offspring.
Zen Studios is bringing new content to Zen Pinball once again. This time it will be a pinball table based on Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2.
We wonder what happens when you jiggle the table…
The PlayStation Store will no longer be the only place where you can buy the latest games from the PlayStation Network. Sony has announced today that Amazon.com will support the PS3 and PSP for digital content.
What does this mean for gamers?
In an unexpected move, SCEA has delayed the North American release for EyePet till 2010.
The game which is due out in Europe on the 23rd of October, was announced yesterday to miss this holiday season.
Xdev Studios has been busy and they have now announced a brand new patch incoming for the PlayStation Network game, Crash Commando, this week.
Are you a fan of 3D covers, art books, and exclusive DLC?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then you’ll want to check out the Collector’s Edition for the upcoming Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time; coming to a PAL territory near you!
We’re already big fans of DJ Hero here at Attitude Towers, partly thanks to our early hands-on with the game, but we were always a little worried about the track list.
Would it be varied enough to attract different ages and music fans, or would it be just for the hardcore turntablists out there.
Well, wonder no more as Activision have revealed all 93 tracks, and they seem to have covered everything.
Google Chrome was recently updated with a new stable release that saw the addition of ‘themes’, the ability to customise the look and feel of Chrome to suit your tastes.
Initially, there weren’t many themes available but yesterday Google released 130+ new customisations that include designs from Oscar de la Renta, Anita Kunz, Tom Sachs, Kate Spade, Donna Karan and Kid Robot.
But what really caught our eye was the inclusion of Bayonetta and Ratchet & Clank Future 2 themes in the latest batch of updates.
October 1st, 2009 marked the worldwide debut of the PSPgo; Sony’s latest PSP redesign with downloadable games and ultra portability in mind. That got me thinking, could the PlayStation 3 ever get the go redesign? Has Sony Computer Entertainment even toyed with the idea?
A lone document in an unsecured public FTP site had the answer to all of my questions. The PS3go was indeed under development but it was canceled before hitting the production line. The answer lied in a ten point feature sheet of an unreleased secret press release.
Capcom is all about the re-releases these days with Super Street Fighter IV and Resident Evil 5: Alternative Edition. We know that SSFIV will be coming in disc form but as for RE5:AE? That’s currently up in the air and it’s up to us, the gamers to decide.
The wait for Gran Turismo 5 has been a long one, and it should finally be over Spring next year.
Fans of the series have put a lot of pressure on the guys at Polyphony Digital to deliver the ultimate racing game as soon as possible.
Words cannot describe the latest trailer for Modern Warfare 2. From the eerie tale of brotherhood taken straight from the Bible to the array of clips arranged perfectly in harmony to the desolate tone set by the music, now is the best time to get excited if you haven’t already…
According to the latest Full Moon Show podcast, not only is the new Ratchet and Clank finished, but there will be two demos for A Crack In Time!
Why two demos?
…And we here at ‘Tude Towers have a sparkly new trailer to celebrate the upcoming release of this awesome RPS*.
Not only does it demonstrate the great chunky gore featured in the game, it also gives us a glimpse of the skill trees available.
Getting bored of the demo? Well we have the thing for you: The Uncharted 2 mini-game!
Now available on the European Uncharted 2 website, you can play a mini-game based on the biggest PS3 exclusive so far.
Despite working on bringing White Knight Chronicles out of Japan, Level 5 has expressed interest in reviving the beloved Dark Cloud series if enough fans asked for it.