Article Archive for February 2010
Reports are in that our friends in the USA are having issues with their copies of Heavy Rain. Is all of Sony’s excellent promotional work about to be washed away?
Capcom have spoilt us with a raft of new information about its upcoming game – Lost Planet 2. Amongst this nestles the fantastic news that a split screen co-op mode has been included.
Today sees the release of the latest episode in Relentless Software’s self-published Blue Toad Murder Files series on the PlayStation Store.
What is different about today’s release?
Relentless are giving the latest episode away for free to anyone who purchased the first instalment. We went to Relentless’ HQ recently to play the latest chapter to completion.
Disney and Black Rock’s upcoming racer – Split/Second – has been slated for a European release date of May 21st. It’s also been given a tune up in the name department – say hello to Split/Second: Velocity.
Super Classic Costume Pack vs Super Thumb Fighters. Round 1: FIGHT!
MAG will be receiving its second title update come tomorrow, February 25th. Whether you’re S.V.E.R., Raven, or Valor, no one can escape the patch.
A brief overview of patch v1.03 reveals weapon updates to make them more effective and realistic in range firing. In addition exploits will be shut down and setting/diffusing charges will receive a makeover. To see the full list of what’s included, hit the jump.
It has been revealed that Square Enix has cut both of the Japanese music tracks from the English version of Final Fantasy XIII.
There have been a number of emails doing the rounds inviting PS3 owners to participate in a new closed beta for PlayStation Home.
Those opting to test it are of course under an NDA, but it does show that Sony clearly have been working behind the scenes on bigger things for the service.
As many of us are Formula One fans here at PS3 Attitude, and we could say that we’re very excited about the following game.
F1 2010 will get an official reveal to the press on the 17th of March, according to Codemasters.
Yesterday, it was announced on the Bioware forums that the Return to Ostagar DLC for Dragon Age: Origins will finally be released on the PlayStation Store on Thursday 11th March.
Earlier this month it was revealed that Level-5, the developer behind games such as Dragon Quest VIII, Dark Cloud, and White Knight Chronicles, is working on unannounced games for the PS3.
No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise has been given an official release date of April 15th in Japan. There are no dates for other territories yet, but is it a game worth waiting for?
You know those firmware updates which seem like they never do anything? Well apparently they bring about astonishingly good benefits for developers. Indeed, recent updates managed to cut down the operating system’s memory footprint enough to free up 70MB of RAM for developers to use.
The PS3 is fitted with 512MB of RAM so if our maths are correct, that is a whopping 13.67% that Sony has freed up for developers to play with.
It is our sad duty to inform you that the CEO of Capcom – Mark Beaumont – has died.
With the release of Heavy Rain this week, I thought I’d revisit some of the most innovative games that have graced the PlayStation 3 in the last few years.
Nowadays, it feels like every other game is a direct copy of Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto, so it’s refreshing when a game pushes the boundaries and pioneers something which is genuinely new.
The Super Street Fighter IV blog has updated and the developers discuss Ibuki in great detail.
Game Arts has just announced that Grandia hits the PSN this week!
Christer Ericson has confirmed, via Twitter, that God of War III won’t require a mandatory install.
Ericson is Director of Technology at Sony Santa Monica, the team behind the brutally gory, but exhilarating action-adventure title.
This will come as good news to those short on space on their hard drive, and for anyone who finds waiting for an installation excruciating.
Sony and Microsoft are about to embark on a motion sensing war to end all wars, but so far Sony have been remarkably low-key in their promotion of the Motion Controller.
Traditionally, we expect a lot of fanfare and proclamations of a new world on the horizon. It hasn’t exactly been the case so far with our exposure mostly coming from a few relaxed test demos.
Well for Rob Dyer, SCEA’s Senior Vice President of Publisher Relations, the gloves are finally off: statements, in an interview with IndustryGamers, claiming Microsoft are thrashing Sony at a PR game provoked a lengthy response from Dyer, during which he stated how “proud” he was at the way the PR campaign is being led.