Article Archive for February 2010
flOw is now available for the low price of FREE!
Nippon Ichi plans on focusing on the PS3 to help alleviate their financial issues.
The technical issue that plagued the AvP multiplayer demo have finally been fixed!
Capcom has just unleashed a new CG trailer for Super Street Fighter IV featuring Chun-Li, Cammy, and Juri.
The Church of England have condemned video games, stating they are violent and feature sexual content.
Is this – once again – a case of the misinformed guiding the misinformed?
Rob Rutter, European Product Manager of SCEE has announced that the Stereophonics will be coming to PlayStation Home. The event will be taking place sometime in March in The SingStar VIP rooms; it will feature exclusive live footage and a backstage interview from the Welsh rockers.
Momentum is building for the Fall release of Sony’s Motion controller, but it seems that they may be looking to the past to attract new sales.
If demo download figures could be used as a valid measurement of anticipation for an upcoming release – then you guys are getting pretty hot under the collar for Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
It’s not very often that we get a press release trumpeting download figures for a demo, but EA are keen to champion the massive two million downloads which Bad Company 2 has notched up in only five days. According to EA, this takes the game close to being the “fastest downloaded demo in EA history.”
Founded in February of 2008, No Fuss Reviews was created by Matthew Riches from the quaint town of Ipswich, UK with the sole aim of providing quick score-only reviews. The idea was born after much frustration from other bloated advert heavy video game websites and how difficult it was sometimes to simply see a score out of 10 for any given game.
As you may know, we at Attitude Towers also take a different view on reviews and review scores, so we’ve watched No Fuss Review with some interest, but the best news is yet to come.
One word: Epic.
Capcom has announced that Mega Man 10 will be blasting its way onto the PSN in March. All of Mega Man’s special weapons have also been revealed.
The Heavy Rain demo is now available for everyone to experience! Share your impressions with us, we’d love to read them.
In terms of content there isn’t much. There are three PSone Classics this week, but none of them are the hit games that everyone is looking for. There’s Populous, Sim Theme Park, and … Dirt Jockey…
Other than that, everything else is just DLC. The free LBP Chinese New Year costumes are back, so make sure you get those before their gone again.
If you’re really feeling like getting ripped off, you could always buy the alternate COLORS for BlazBlue. Otherwise get the Valkyria Chronicles DLC bundle if you haven’t purchased any of that content already.
The best news is that Trine received a temporary price drop. The game is now half off the original price! No more excuses, just get it!
Capcom has revealed that Dead Rising 2 will be hitting store shelves in September and very late August.
Tony Hawk: RIDE wasn’t exactly a huge success. The game received mediocre reviews and sales were low, but Activision hasn’t given up on the concept.
Today they announced a sequel to the game, again using the periperal and they hope to take full advantage of the hardware this time around.
Welcome to another Homerun for news and views on the latest content to arrive in PlayStation Home this week.
Firstly Sony is in the mood for love by delivering a special Valentine’s Day themed SingStar space for both North America and Europe
The Heavy Rain demo is now available for everyone to download! Be sure to share your impressions with us.
There are two new games this week, Switchball and Frogger HD. There are a lot of special offers to take advantage of as well. If you haven’t bought Flower yet, now is the perfect time!
If you missed out on the free Chinese New Year LittleBigPlanet costumes last year, they’re being offered again for a limited time.
Oh, and here’s some advice: Don’t buy Frogger HD. You’ll thank us later.
Final Fantasy XIII producer – Yoshinori Kitase – has commented on the fact he’s interested in the possibility of upgrading the game into stereoscopic 3D to take advantage of the upcoming PS3 firmware update.
Is this a viable use of the companies resources?
Activision Blizzard have announced their net revenues for 2009 – and it’s a big number. $4.28 billion.
This is a massive jump over 2008’s figure of $3.02 billion. Can you guess what game was responsible for that?
The official Red Dead Redemption website is now listing all of the various pre-order bonuses for US and UK retailers. Rockstar are clearly going all out to promote this game and give consumers as much choice as possible.