Article Archive for January 2010
In what we consider to be a fairly big surprise, GamesMaster magazine has scored Final Fantasy XIII a respectable – but fairly underwhelming – 81%. So what’s the big deal?
Welcome to the PS3 Attitude Retro Review, where we take another look at titles that were released at least six months ago and discover whether they still ought to garner your attention. This time, it is the turn of LittleBigPlanet.
It’s official! The previously exclusive content for Grand Theft Auto IV is heading to the PlayStation 3!
The last content update for January should keep you occupied for a bit. For the gamers that haven’t purchased Uncharted 2 yet, there is a demo for you. Once play it you are going to want to buy it and you are going to love it. It’s one of the best games on the PS3 for a reason…
There are three new games – Hustle Kings, Thexder Neo, and Assault Heroes. There are two new PSone “Classics” that you most likely won’t care for. And there are demos for Thexder Neo and Vancouver Olympic Games (read our review!).
The Battle of Forli is now available for Assassin’s Creed II and the PlayStation Heroes multiplayer skins for Uncharted 2 are out as well. Enjoy!
The packshots for Super Street Fighter IV have been revealed. Each region appears to be getting their own art, which is sadly a common practice for some reason.
In this fight, there is no clear winner. Can you guess which cover is the worst of the bunch?
Today it was announced that Heavy Rain has officially gone gold and the game is ready to be manufactured. A demo has also been confirmed to hit the PlayStation Store in North America.
It’s Thursday and another Homerun: For news and views on the latest content to land inside PlayStation Home.
After the abysmal update for Europe last week, we’ll start with them this time and see if it’s any better.
It’s official, we have the one date that so many of us have been waiting for: the God of War III release day!
Although only confirmed for North America right now, SCEA has announced that God of War III will be sparkling onto our TV screens on March 16th.
2K Sports is putting their money where their mouth is by offering an unprecedented one million dollars to the first person who can throw a perfect game in MLB 2K10. The development team want to illustrate just how vastly improved the gameplay and pitching mechanics are.
The Final Fantasy XIV website has been updated today with details on character creation and the official story.
Plus, some new images have emerged, showing off the game’s fantastic visuals.
If you haven’t bought Uncharted 2 yet you will be happy to know that there is a demo for the game. Do yourself a favor though and just skip the demo and buy Among Thieves already. Stop torturing yourself!
Thexder Neo and Polar Panic are now available in Europe and both games have demos. You’re going to want to pick up Cuboid if you haven’t yet because the game is on sale.
The clear highlight this week is the Battle of Forli for Assassin’s Creed II. We finally get to play through one of the corrupted sequences of the game. The multiplayer skins for Uncharted 2 are now available as well. Enjoy.
It’s hard not to think about Double Dragon when playing Revenge of the Wounded Dragons. The characters look similar, the story is basically the same, and both are side-scrolling beat ‘em ups.
With an outdated formula that was successful in 1987, will Revenge of the Wounded Dragons keep you interested and entertained from start to finish?
The Olympic Games are a celebration of competition, sportsmanship and pride from all countries around the globe. Every two years, the best athletes gather to compete in a variety of sports, alternating between summer and winter events. Come February 12, the 2010 Winter Olympics will commence in Vancouver, Canada.
SEGA gives us the opportunity to participate in the 2010 Winter Games since most of us are not likely to ever compete in the Olympics. Vancouver 2010 lets players compete in 14 different events including alpine skiing, speed skating, and luge. Do you have what it takes to bring home the gold?
SEGA recently revealed that Sonic would be the only playable character in the upcoming game – Project Needlemouse
The announcement was drawn out over five days via a massive online campaign involving major input from Sonic fans.
It seems that this was so successful SEGA are doing it again, so what do they have in store for us this time?
According to a report on Nikkei, the PS3’s Motion Controller is expected to have ’10 or so’ titles support the device before the end of the year.
The report, which was picked up by Andriasang doesn’t name specific titles but does claim that sports and pet raising games are among the first to explore the device.
The Bayonetta update to help fix the long load times is now available to download in Europe.
Heavy Rain is well on its way to becoming akin to a cinematic masterpiece. There’s a reason why this is our #2 Most Wanted Game of 2010; fantastic story, dramatic scenarios, the list could go on into eternity.
The latest trailer, which is solely comprised of real-time in-game footage, showcases all of it. If you have yet to become excited for this title, now is the time to do so…
The Sun newspaper has reported a massive increase in game related injuries, whilst outdoor related injuries have plummeted.
Is the video game industry once again being blamed for something it has no control over?
Ubisoft have just released a trailer for the first of two Assassin’s Creed II DLC packs.
The Battle of Forli will be released tomorrow on the PlayStation Store for $3.99/€3.99. It will include six new missions that make up Memory Sequence 12, which did not appear in the original game due to a ‘corruption’ in the Animus.