Article Archive for November 2009
Dylan Cuthbert first came to this writer’s attention back before the PlayStation 3 was even an electrical impulse in the mind of Ken Katuragi.
Dropping out of school at 16 years of age to join Jez San’s Argonaut Software, he became one of the leading lights behind 3D gaming as we know it today. After spells with Nintendo and Sony, Dylan went on to found his own company – Q-Games – which has had success in 2D gaming, rather than the three dimensions Dylan made his name with.
On Tuesday this week, Dylan will speak to PS3 Attitude in our first ever live Twitter interview…
The newest issue of Famitsu has confirmed three new characters for Super Street Fighter IV. Please welcome Guy, Cody, and Adon to the cast!
We hate plug-pullers*. Really, if there was one practice we’d like to abolish from online gaming, this would be it.
Many studios are now implementing “penalties” for leaving a game early, the latest being Naughty Dog who are dishing out hefty 40,000 fines for players who mysteriously vanish from the fray.
Replying to comments over on the official Naughty Dog forums from players who deem this penalty to be “unfair” and “excessive”, Naughty Dog’s Arne Meyer believes the studio are following the correct path in order to keep the game honest for everyone.
We did already mention it, but now it appears there’s been a delay.
Originally planned for a release today (PSN will be updated today and not on Thursday due to Thanksgiving), producer Luis Romero has chimed back in to confirm an unexpected delay but promises the game will be available “soon.”
As if you needed another sign of the approaching MMO apocalypse, look no further than Undead Lab’s recent announcement that a MMO featuring everybody’s favourite member of the non-living genus – Bella be damned, we’re talking zombies here – is currently in development. And, furthermore, it’s just for consoles.
The time has finally come. After weeks of torture due to a lackluster netcode in Tekken 6, Namco Bandai Games plans to release the promised fix for the holidays.
505 Games have announced an upcoming patch for the World War II flight shooter IL-2 SturmoviK: Birds of Prey. Game owners have been providing feedback on what works and what doesn’t, and the development team has listened.
The patch plans to fix numerous issues and problems that have been reported to Sony and include the following…
It was just a few days ago when we noticed that the ESRB had a description for a game called Revenge of the Wounded Dragons. The game has just been revealed on the PlayStation Blog and will be releasing tomorrow. Yes, tomorrow.
We have some good news for those of you who are fans of the latest Need for Speed game; NFS: Shift!
Electronic Arts are releasing a free pack of cars on the PlayStation Store on the third of December in Europe and tenth for North America.
Please give a warm welcome to our latest Contributor, Cleric20.
You may recognise his moniker, because Cleric20 has written guest articles for PS3 Attitude in the past. Also owner of movie review site, Dark Matters, he has often provided us with great game-based movie reviews, such as the recent Gamer.
Blue Toad Murder Files is one PSN exclusive we’re looking forward to. We’ve interviewed the development team, we’ve even played the first episodic adventure, and now we have the first teaser trailer.
Bayonetta has already received a perfect score from multiple sources including Famitsu and EDGE Magazine.
Xbox 360 users were given special limited access to the demo and now the entire community of gamers will be able get their hands on what one can assume will be one of the best games of the new year.
In case you didn’t know, Just Add Water’s Gravity Crash will be coming to the PSN tomorrow the 24th, both in Europe and North America. To celebrate this occasion, you can download a remix of one of the tracks featured in the game, Carpaureum. In addition, you can sample snippets from all the other tracks featured.
The Ratchet and Clank games have spawned across the PS2, PSP and PS3, and so with the huge number of titles on the franchise’s belt, there is little room available for for innovation.
A few weeks ago saw the release of Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time for the PlayStation 3. Insomniac have been given a hard task to keep fans of the series interested, but avoid the game feeling all too familiar and samey.
Not prepared to wait on previously attached screenwriter Kyle Ward and his other game-to-screen adaptations, LatinoReview have reported that the producers of the upcoming Uncharted movie are now circling new writers.
Favourites for the gig are Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer who are in talks to pen the first of what will surely be many Drake adventures on the big screen.
Getting your marching orders is never a pleasant experience at the best of times. (Unless you wanted to get fired and were planning to travel around the world anyway … or something …)
Spare a thought for the guys and gals at Pandemic Studios though, who, after being told by parent company EA last week that their merry tribe was to be disbanded, then had to go back to work and finish up WWII action title The Saboteur.
Chronicling recent events at the former Los Angeles studio as being “very difficult”, Sledgehammer70 posted on the official forums last Friday stating that the developer’s final game, the aforementioned The Saboteur, has gone gold.
As it’s still some months away from the release of United Front Games’ “LittleBigPlanet meets Mario Kart” content creation nirvana, ModNation Racers, we thought we’d proffer a refresher as to just why this quirky sandbox title rates so highly on our Most Wanted list.
The footage within depicts some new racing footage along with an insight into the creation of some customised characters and vehicles.
The title may sound too good to be true, but it isn’t.
You can now download a free movie from the DivX website for any certified device and the PlayStation 3 happens to be one of them.
We’re not sure about you, but we’re definitely excited about the upcoming No More Heroes port coming to the PS3 and 360 next March.
If we were Japanese we’d be even more excited, however, as it would appear Ubisoft will not be publishing the port in North America or Europe.