Article Archive for January 2010
It appears that the PS3 exclusive Battlefield Bad Company 2 beta was successful as DICE have come up with a list of 130 changes and fixes that are being made to the game.
The majority of the list consists of weapon and damage adjustments along with some tweaks to vehicles and other aesthetics.
We all know 3D gaming is coming (probably thrown right at your face so as to get the most out of the effect) but reports of how games we’re already somewhat familiar with look and play using the old new technology have been a tad limited.
Speaking to the Official PlayStation Magazine, Codemasters’ chief games developer, Matthew Horsman, is looking forward to what Sony’s new motion controller will soon bring to the gaming table.
Fun fact: Metal baseballs to the face hurt, even if you are Mega Man.
Another piece of news to come out of the Sony conference at CES this week that should be music to the ears of their investors is that December set an all-time high for sales for the PlayStation 3.
In the five weeks of last month, the PlayStation 3 sold 3.8 million consoles worldwide.
This weeks US PSN video content includes the cheesy horror film The Final Destination. This is the forth film in the series and proves that nothing is ever final. We’d recommend some better movies such as District 9, The Hangover, and Paranormal Activity; all of which make appearance on this weeks Top 10 Movies.
In the free category there’s a sneak peak of the new season of 24 as well as the five part mini series The Bannen Way to check out. It’s all free so you have nothing to lose.
Today comes the news that many of you have been waiting for – and so have we!
Sony has announced the Heavy Rain released dates for North America and Europe.
Schizophrenic Nier (Is it Gestalt? Is it Replicant? We can’t tell*) is coming. In fact, according to Square Enix, it’s coming real soon. Spring soon.
And in preparation for the game’s upcoming release, how about a crazy woman swearing at you to get you in the mood for the crazy Japanese-styled action title.
Now that MAG is open to everyone and their 255 friend-killing grandma, Zipper have been inundated with new bugs, crazy issues, strange glitches and a whole host of other technical stuff we’re sure is keeping them up late at night.
Speaking over on the official MAG blog, Zipper’s Jeremy Dunham has come out and thanked everyone for their invaluable input while also explaining just what that pesky 10.4 error actually means.
By now you’ve already seen the trailer that debuted at the 2009 VGAs. What you probably haven’t seen are the new screens from the game.
Watch the prince swing his sword, hang around on some walls, and face of against what appears to be some sort of minotaur. It looks like the prince is returning to his former glory and dropping the cell shaded graphics.
Two new gameplay videos have surfaced showing off some awesome Ultra combos for Ryu, Cody, Ken, Adon, Akuma, Cammy, C.Viper and El Fuerte.
The first PS Store Update of the year in the US is pretty underwhelming. Aside from Dark Void, Qore, and Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond, there’s nothing else but DLC and trailers. There’s not even DLC for Guitar Hero!
The PlayStation Home content updates are back this week with new things for both North America and Europe.
The star of the show in Europe this week was going to be the grand opening of the London Pub personal space.
Ar tonelico III: Sekai Shuuen no Hikigane wa Shoujo no Uta ga Hiku releases in Japan later this month and the new trailer reveals weirdness, actual gameplay, and some neat music.
It’s the first update of the new year! Excited? We hope everyone took advantage of the great holiday deals in the last few weeks seeing as the majority of the offers ended today. In terms of content, this is actually a pretty solid update.
Technology is always changing and we’re continually looking for the next big thing in the industry. That next big thing appears to be 3D.
Announced at the 2010 CES, Kaz Hirai revealed during the Sony Press Conference that the PS3 would become 3D compatible this year.
Twitter is a wonderful thing.
Within the tweets of our feed you get to read all sorts of ‘behind-the-scenes’ info, enter exclusive competitions and read random goodness. Heck, you can even follow various members of the PS3 Attitude team too, finding out what makes them tick.
Some of us check out each and every one of our followers to find out more about the people that read PS3 Attitude, and it was during a recent ‘catch up’ session that we found the most brilliant sculpture we’ve seen in a long time.
Announcements are great, but how about some new footage of the action in question?
Popping up over at Gametrailers.com, we get our first look at what the expansion pack to Dragon Age: Origins offers.
A new version update for Minna de Spelunker has been released and adds English language support. Could this be a sign of the game finally releasing in North America and Europe?