Article Archive for November 2009
They keep making them, we keep enjoying them.
Showing no sign of floundering in either the awesomeness or the comedy stakes, Sony have released a new “It Only Does …” ad.
This time: Grandmas and their penchant for hogging your favourite Blu-ray player.
For those of you enjoying the fast-paced squad-based online experience in MAG and were upset that the current beta has expired, rejoice! Zipper have extended the current beta deadline.
Popping up over on the Official MAG Developer blog, Jeremy Dunham has announced that the current beta, originally scheduled to end on November 20th, will now be officially extended into next week.
A demo for Mushroom Wars has been announced and will be releasing in Europe and North America very soon. Naturally they won’t be releasing at the same time, that would only make sense. The EU PSN is actually getting it first… and that’s definitely a surprise.
In celebration of the up-and-coming Thanksgiving next week, Sony are holding a special limited time event in the Central Plaza.
In the middle of the space where you normally find the Saucer Pop game is a statue of a turkey. Here you can start a very inventive game: Turkey chasing!
It’s not everyday that we report on a Wii game but this one was just to enticing to pass up. Mass: We Pray brings all the fun of going to church and celebrating the sacraments with a realistic cross controller and kneeling bench.
Check out their website for a trailer showing all the heavenly fun…
Hello fellow constituents, Lady Liberty here (right hand pictured) to bring you North America’s PlayStation Store update.
The clear winners here are PSP and rhythm game owners with the release of adhocParty for the PSP and the usual derriere-load of songs released for Rock Band, The Beatles: Rock Band and Guitar Hero 5.
The recent Sony presentation delivered to investors has been a veritable treasure trove of new information regarding Sony’s plans for the future.
33 million PSN users, a firmware update planned to make all PS3s 3D compatible, not to mention new avenues for premium content to expand on to the PSN – the list goes on.
One thing that we almost missed on our first pass through the document, however, was the image accompanying the section where Sony rattle off the “5 Key Advantages of the PS3.”
Number #1 is the new Motion Controller but, if you look closely, have they actually gone and shown the final design of the new device?
Recently announced, and highly anticipated around this parts, Destructoid have posted up some new spangled images of what the HD version of No More Heroes looks like.
Gaining the subtitle Eiyuuichi no Rakuen (Heroes’ Paradise) for its Japanese release next year, the gallery show Travis and co. in all their cel-shaded glory – albeit with a few more cels and a lot more glory.
Always a bountiful source for new and currently unannounced titles, the ESRB have once again provided a portentous glimpse into what gratuitously violent and sexually suggestive games we’ll be playing in the near future.
This time it’s WET developer A2M’s new side-scrolling vengeance smack-a-thon “Revenge of the Wounded Dragons”.
Hello there ladies and gents, Bawdy Big Ben here (pictured) with your weekly European PlayStation store update. And this one is fried gold.
Critter Crunch, Critter Crunch, Critter Crunch! Say that one three times fast and then wipe the spit off your monitor, you sprayer not sayer. The PS3 Attitude team reviewed this one a while back for us Euro folk, go read then buy; not in that particular order. Might as well buy then read, you still won’t regret it.
Has your PS3 ever frozen randomly? Sony wants to know about it. Thanks to firmware 3.10, Sony now allows users to send an error report after an improper shutdown.
Capcom is celebrating the PS3’s birthday in an awesomely evil way. Resident Evil 2 is finally being released today on the PSN as the newest PSone Classic. Swoot!
Earlier this year the Street Fighter IV FightSticks and FightPads made a huge impact and sold incredibly well and were highly praised. Due to that success, a second wave of SFIV peripherals are to be released.
A Marvel vs Capcom 2 TE FightStick was rumored to be in the making, and it was officially announced in September. The arcade stick is now available to purchase at GameStop.
It was recently announced that Atlus will be publishing 3D Dot Game Heroes in North America. Not only that, an actual release date and price has already been set in stone.
Take a look at the new trailer that Atlus has just released for the game.
Remember that survey Capcom had to decide whether the new Resident Evil 5 content would be delivered physically or digitally? Well, it turns out that the answer is both.
Capcom announced today that two new episodes along with character costumes, and a new “Mercenaries Reunion” mode will be released early next year.
VidZone has teamed up with English band Groove Armada to deliver something special in PlayStation Home soon.
To promote their new album, Blacklight, the Presentation Podium will be re-opened to deliver free music, interviews, a mini-game and of course rewards.
So the latest PlayStation 3 firmware launched today entitled 3.10 and so we thought we would tell you what we think.
The biggest new addition in this firmware is Facebook integration. We’ll be honest straight away and say that it isn’t that much of a major deal.
We went to the launch party. We drank the free booze. We were impressed with the PS3 and PSP iterations of the new Video Store.
Now, you can do one of those three things, as the PlayStation Video Store has gone live in Europe.
It’s that time of the year again when people reflect on the gaming year gone by and start declaring their unending love for certain titles. Yes, the award season is upon is.