Article Archive for January 2010
Though we like to stay clear of the shady underbelly of the rumour machine here at PS3 Attitude, that doesn’t mean we can’t state the facts and let you guys put two and two together and come up with a spiky-haired speeding rodent.
We’ve already discussed how Project Needlemouse will feature SEGA’s renown mascot, Sonic, on his own. What seems to have come out now, however, thanks to some internet domain name investigations, is that Needlemouse could be in fact Sonic The Hedgehog 4.
After zombies and then Mad Moxxis, Gearbox have announced their next DLC outing for fan-favourite Borderlands.
Entitled The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, the new update not only promises the largest environment yet, there’s also new weapons, new enemies – and something fans have been clamouring for – an increase to the current level cap of 50.
Back in December, EA revealed that the hugely popular Ultimate Team DLC released for FIFA 09 earlier this year will also be coming to FIFA 10. They have now also revealed that it will be released on the PlayStation Store in just a few weeks time, on February 25th.
This past Friday, Critter Crunch got an extremely yummy update with new features, tweaks, and bug fixes that make an already awesome game even better. Om Nom Nom Nom!
Bizarre Creations have sent out a video explaining some of the features of their latest racing-game, Blur.
This video, although brief, gives us a taste as to where the game will take us, as well as some hints of a plot. Not unheard of in a racing-game, but we’ll have to wait and see if they can pull it off.
Sony may have high hopes for 3D, but EA Sports are one company who won’t be jumping on board right this minute.
In an exclusive interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Peter Moore, president of EA Sports claimed there will be “nothing at all” coming from their studios in 2010 which will be popping out from your screen. Read on to find out why…
Earlier yesterday Lego Rock Band was patched in Europe, bringing the game to version 1.02.
The features seem to be the same as the recent 1.01 patch released several weeks ago, but for unknown reasons it was later withdrawn by the developers leaving some users without the all-important bug fixes.
White Knight Chronicles releases on February 2nd in North America – yes that’s Tuesday next week!
And so to celebrate the game finally releasing away from Japanese shores, it will be spawning in other areas of the PlayStation 3 experience too.
Studio Liverpool, the development team behind the amazing WipEout HD, has been hit with layoffs and project cancellations in an effort of Sony restructuring. The news comes shortly after Studio Liverpool recently merged with Motorstorm developers, Evolution Studios.
While the studio isn’t shutting down for good, the restructuring has forced Sony to layoff and shift members of the development teams along with terminating a number of projects…
Capcom’s motorcycle racing spectacle, MotoGP 09/10, will be receiving a demo approximately one month prior to its release so you can give its wheels a test drive before you commit to a purchase.
In addition, there will be additional downloadable content available shortly after launch. Best of all, it will be free.
And the marketing campaign for God of War III begins! Today Sony announced a partnership with 7-eleven and Mountain Dew to release a very special “Kratos Fury” Slurpee drink.
Starting February and running through into March, these drinks will be available to buy from 7-eleven stores all across the United States.
fourzerotwo has just given word that a new patch is live! What does it do?
You’re supposed to say the title in your best Spartan voice impersonation but since this is the internet and things get lost in the typing, the exclamation mark will have to suffice.
This weeks video update brings the late Michael Jackson by way of his final performance, This Is It. In addition to the film, there is an exclusive PSN clip available free of charge.
Boolat Games have just announced that the second game in the Topatoi series, Pillar of the Skies, will be released next Thursday (4th February) on the European PlayStation Store. Along with the announcement, Boolat have released a new gameplay trailer, which shows off the new environments of the game, as well as a co-op mode.
If you have read our LittleBigPlanet Retro Review, one of the things you will see that we’re frustrated about is that Europe has yet to get the Game of the Year edition for the fantastic title.
Well if an Amazon listing, and a PEGI rating website are to be believed, Sony hasn’t forgotten about European gamers after all!
The website to Capcom’s upcoming game – Lost Planet 2 – is now live. Capcom have stressed that this is only the first stage of the website, and urge fans to register now to avoid missing out on any updates.
BradyGames have announced a new addition to their Signature Series and Limited Editions. Bioshock 2 will have its own guide, which will be available from the 9th February.
But what will they have to offer us this time?
Fresh from their recent success with Bayonetta, Platinum Games have announced their latest enterprise, Vanquish.
The release of Dragon Age: Origins in November marked BioWare’s first appearance on the PlayStation. Clearly the company enjoyed developing for the PS3 as they’ve already started working on new titles to come our way.