Article Archive for January 2010
Yesterday EA unsurprisingly revealed that they will be making the new 2010 FIFA World Cup game.
Today, some decent information and a collection of screenshots have all been revealed.
In what we consider to be a bold (or crazy) move, Ben Jones of Zipper Interactive has made the comment that he thinks the crowd on Xbox Live are more juvenile than those who frequent the PSN.
Getting in before our resident SF nut Delriach manages to snare the news, Capcom have announced that renown anime studio Gonzo will release a new anime movie based on the upcoming Super Street Fighter IV game.
And from the trailer embedded here, it’s looking pretty spectacular.
Fancy a free game? Relentless Software has announced that Blue Toad Murder Files: Episode Three will be completely free next month!
As fans of the first two episodes, we are delighted that the third episode will cost nothing for a whole month from the 25th of February till the 25th of March.
After the Need for Speed franchise appeared to “bounce back” after Shift, people were already asking about the next game.
Well we have known for awhile that Criterion Games are working on their next game, and today it was revealed to be the next Need for Speed!
Ubisoft have jumped head first into 2010, saying that they have a stack of unannounced games that they are confident will be out by the end of the year.
But with many of their 2009 releases appearing on other platforms, what does this all mean for PS3 owners?
LinkedIn, the professional version of Facebook, is always a goldmine for nuggets of information regarding upcoming games.
According to one profile, Jonathan vd Wijngaarden, a Sound Designer at Dutch studio PlayLogic Games Factory, is currently working on an unannounced PS3 SCEE title scheduled for release this Fall.
Everyone likes DLC, especially when it’s free, so here’s some equipment for Dragon Age: Origins that you may have missed.
If the old adage that sex sells is true, then Platinum Games’ Bayonetta must be having a fire sale.
The latest from the man who gave us Devil May Cry, Viewtiful Joe and Okami, Hideki Kamiya has labelled his witch starring action romp Bayonetta as the game he always wanted to make.
If such is the case, it’s safe to assume Kamiya-san has a penchant for three things in life: highly-sexed women, the supernatural instilled with a heavy dash of religious overtone, and action. Action that can literally cause eyeballs to extend out from their sockets in disbelief.
Annoyed by the long load times in Bayonetta? SEGA is hoping to alleviate this issue by releasing a patch.
505 Games have released the official box art for the upcoming Naughty Bear. It features our evil friend Naughty Bear about to wreak havoc on his cruel friends who didn’t invite him to the party.
Have you ever wanted to see a dozen enemies explode at the same time? Now is your chance! A new trailer for Fist of the North Star Musou has surfaced and it shows tons of gameplay footage. The latest screenshots also reveal more playable characters and exploding faces.
SEGA have announced that the next Sonic game – tentatively titled ‘Project Needlemouse’ – will feature Sonic, and Sonic only.
Sony has confirmed that the God of War Collection, currently available in North America, will in fact be released in Europe too in the future.
Previous it appeared that the only way European gamers could get the collection was by purchasing the very expensive God of War III Ultimate Trilogy Collection.
Well this won’t be a surprise to many but FIFA are working on a new football (or soccer for some of you) World Cup game.
One of the world’s biggest sporting events is back this year in June and many of us as fans of the sport can’t wait.
Zombieland was one of the best films of 2009 and has taught us valuable lessons when surviving a zombie apocalypse such as cardio and the “double tap.” In case you have yet to see it, the film will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 2. Should you choose to purchase the Blu-ray, you’ll receive an extra goodie if you’re a PS3 owner; a dynamic theme.
Capcom has finally confirmed a release date for Lost Planet 2. It’s coming out a lot sooner than later.
Last week, as many of you following the #MAG256 tag on Twitter will know (and if you’re not following @PS3Attitude, now would be a good time to do so), we and 127 other gamers were invited to try out MAG.
A mixture of journalists and community members battled it out through the day, leading up to a 256-player match against Zipper, the developers behind the new FPS on the block.
Whilst we received our review copy of the game the very next day, the servers to allow play weren’t switched on at the time, so we have decided to do something a little different with our MAG review.
EIDOS has revealed a video showing the DLC delights you will recieve if you pre-order Just Cause 2.
So what can you expect to gain if you lay down some early cash?