Article Archive for February 2010
Sony has today revealed the commercial for PS3 exclusive Heavy Rain on their blog.
The unique crime thriller title released in North America today, releases in Europe tomorrow, and finally in the UK on Friday.
Square Enix released a very short and silent video showcasing the contents of the Final Fantasy XIII Collector’s Edition.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has commented on the fact that he thinks the UK has the most important games industry in Europe.
Could it be that he’s actually a secret Killzone 2 fan? Now that is someone we would vote for.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group has announced today that they have acquired a majority stake in Rocksteady Studios, the developers behind the sleeper hit of last year, Batman: Arkham Asylum.
This is the latest addition to a growing games division for Warner Bros. In 2007, WB acquired TT Games, developers of the LEGO franchise. Later in 2009 they bought Snowblind Studios and primary assets of Midway Games. Welcome to your new home Rocksteady Studios!
It seems that some people with sniper like patience have managed to scope out some new information on the next Call of Duty – so where are we heading this time?
Just those two simple words have caused ripples across the gaming community since footage of a ‘casting call’ at E3 2006 became the talking point of the event.
Is this finally a game that can deal with adult themes in an effective and affective way?
Sony have confirmed that Heavy Rain will not go on sale in the United Arab Emirates – another one bites the dust?
Michael Pachter has once again emerged from his fortress in the clouds to thrill us with yet another amazing prediction.
For Sony’s sake we hope this one is way off.
With the recent announcement of characters from Third Strike appearing in Super Street Fighter IV, screenshots and a video of their Ultra combos have been unleashed.
Many of you, including us, are very interested in FirstPlay, the new weekly video magazine that will be arriving on the European PlayStation Store next month for 99p per episode.
The Lost Gamer were lucky enough to speak to Editor-in-Chief of the Official PlayStation Magazine Tim Clark about the new service.
If you answered, “they’re all on this week’s EU PSN Video Store” then you would be correct. Now you can purchase Michael Jackson’s This Is It, Planet Hulk, and Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li all in one place.
Now whether you actually want to is a whole different story…
It seems like it was just yesterday that BioShock hit store shelves and already, new DLC is making its way to the game with the Sinclair Solutions Test Pack in March.
What exactly does the SSTP do you ask? Well if you’re a fan of the game’s multiplayer, you’re in luck because it adds more customization and depth to your character.
Fans of being teased with cryptic statements rejoice – today is your lucky day! The good people at Capcom have announced that they have something exciting to tell us – but we have to wait until April.
Will it be worth the wait?
Dr. Linda Papadopoulos, known amongst other things as the psychologist on Channel 4’s Big Brother, has produced a report commissioned by the Home Office about the sexualisation of children.
In this report, video games are mentioned as one of the causes. This is one of several news pieces lately mentioning the sexual content of video games. Team Attitude have always found these comments slightly baffling – but should we be taking them more seriously
SQUARE ENIX has released two new trailers for Just Cause 2.
After seeing them, we wonder why they bothered with a plot.
Welcome to MAG Monday week 3. It’s a good time to be involved with MAG’s online community, as after only five days on sale the game managed to come in thirteenth in the all formats chart.
Do good sales equal a good experience? As always, Team Attitude is here with our thoughts.
Square Enix is now taking pre-orders for the Final Fantasy XIII soundtrack. It’s a direct import from Japan at a reasonable price. This is a must have.
Last Thursday (18th February), FIFA 10 was patched to version 1.03. However, it soon became apparent that some users were experiencing problems and were ultimately unable to successfully download it.
Recent words from Chet Faliszek, the writer behind the Left4Dead games suggest that Valve still lack the enthusiasm to develop for the PS3.
So far, Valve’s only contribution to the PlayStation library is a dodgy port of their supremely good Orange Box. According to Faliszek, they do expect to develop for the PS3 in the future but only once they’re in a position to “support it in the right way.”