Article Archive for January 2010
God of War III appears to be arriving in March, and it’s hyped up by many to be the biggest game for the PlayStation 3 platform to date.
We cannot wait to finally get our hands on the game and we assume most of you feel the same way.
Capcom has unleashed a new trailer for Resident Evil 5 Gold that shows us the story behind the Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape episodes.
By now we hope you’ve checked out the Dark Void demo available on the PSN.
Our take on the bite-sized sample of Capcom’s upcoming jet-pack centric adventure is that it feels a little like Uncharted meets The Rockateer.
In the latest developer diary, however, the team talk about just how fresh and new the property actually is. From the “nuances of performance”, to how the studio itself is a mix of old heads and new blood.
Disney Interactive have announced that Black Rock Studio’s action racer Split/Second will arrive in the already chock-full month of March.
Joining the likes of Final Fantasy XIII and BioShock 2, Split/Second will hope to offer something different than guys with weird hair and homicidal deep-sea divers on the 26th of the month.
Wow! There hasn’t been an update this bad in ages. The PlayStation Store updates are off to a bad start this year. Lady Liberty is not amused.
There are no new games this week. There’s a demo for UNO, and DLC for Zen Pinball, Magic Orbz, Rockband, and Guitar Hero. That’s it.
This is easily one of the worst updates ever.
After confirmation of a new Assassin’s Creed yesterday, more details on the title have emerged.
It will be a full game that will again star Ezio, will be developed by the same studios who developed the second game; which the majority of work was done by Ubisoft Montreal.
Mistbound, the fictional universe of the upcoming strategy game Greed Corps, is full of lush and beautiful landscapes. Then the industrialization began and the beauty started to fade, replaced by large canyons and cracks.
Check out the trailer to view Mistbound and learn a little of its history before we begin to conquer the land, piece by piece this year in Greed Corp.
PlayTV has been a large success in the PAL territory as it provides free digital TV content and recording just by purchasing the twin decoder.
Now Japan as its own version in the form of ‘Torne’.
Cue the Final Fantasy VIII victory fanfare theme, the game is still coming out this month!
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After getting put on and then put off last week, the London Pub has come back to Europe: Previously it was only on for a few hours after Sony discovered some problems with the space.
This weeks update is pretty tame in terms of amazing new content. There are two new games to buy (Diner Dash and UNO) and demos for Inferno Pool and Vancouver 2010. Nothing to get too excited about, although UNO is a lot of fun.
There’s also a new PSone Classic. Nope, it’s not Final Fantasy VIII. That’s all you need to know. Actually, you will be pleased to know that it’s not a Disney game either. sw00t! OK, you really want to know? The game is called Constructor and it’s actually not that bad.
3D Dot Game Heroes is one of our top most wanted games of 2010, and when we last spoke about it we were hoping for a European release.
Those prayers have been answered today as it was announced that the 80s retro title will be making its away to Europe in May.
We know that there are a lot of Final fantasy XIII fans out there – in fact most of the team at PS3 Attitude are too – which is good because we have some good news.
The development for the non-Japanese version of Final Fantasy XIII has at last been completed.
David Jaffe’s latest blog discusses the final moments of Calling All Cars online and his thoughts on what was wrong with the game.
The reactions to the US box art for Heavy Rain have been pretty negative. Thankfully, Sony has a solution.
Ubisoft have announced today via an extremely informative financial report that, among other things such as a delay to R.U.S.E, there is more Assassin’s Creed coming in FY10-11.
And, this time, it will have an online component.
Are you anywhere near San Francisco or the surrounding areas? You’re in luck, Square Enix is driving around in a huge bus with playable demos of Final Fantasy XIII!
Though it took a little longer than Avatar to reach the same milestone, Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has now passed the one billion dollar mark in retail sales worldwide.
It’s a remarkable achievement, and one only a select few entertainment properties have managed to accomplish.
Japanese action title Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce is finally arrive on western shores next month, and we’ve got some new screenshots for you.
This game was originally just released as a PSP game, but clearly publishers Koei had even bigger ambitions and so in October it released on the PS3 in Japan.