Article Archive for February 2010
What goes perfectly together with NBA basketball? If you said Final Fantasy then you are correct because FFXIII is partnering with the 2010 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game to bring sports fans all the JRPG coverage they can handle.
The game is set to receive prominent coverage on ESPN along with a dedicated area at the NBA All-Star Jam Session where fans can get some first hand experience with it.
Yakuza 3 is just a month away and if you order now, you will get more content for the game.
The latest issue of Game Informer introduces the world to L.A. Noire, which is now a multiplatform game.
The 1940s Los Angeles crime game was first announced in 2005 as a PS3 exclusive, but for reasons unknown this is no longer the case.
Some time ago we saw Ubisoft officially announce another Assassin’s Creed, despite the fact that the second game has only recently been released.
Speaking to investors, the company has released some small new details on the game.
The shortlist for the BAFTA GAME Award 2009 has just been announced, and you can now vote for your favourite! This is the only award at the British Academy Video Game Awards which is voted for by the public, so it’s fitting that it’s also the most prestigious.
Some great games have been nominated, including seven titles on the PlayStation 3, one of which is exclusive (bet you can’t guess which one).
PS3 Attitude can’t get enough of PixelJunk Shooter, so we’re delighted Q-Games have a sequel planned. Q-Games producer Dylan Cuthbert, told G4TV that the team still has a ton of ideas on the drawing board that must be explored before they can move on to new games.
In an interview with EDGE, Yoichi Wada – President and CEO of Square Enix – has made some interesting comments on the future direction of the Final Fantasy team.
Unfortunately he seems to have neglected to let them in on this first. So, what does he have to say?
Yet more fiscal reports – double hurrah! Fortunately Ubisoft’s report seems fairly clear and concise, and eagle eyed readers might just spot an interesting statistic regarding the PS3.
I’m normally not a big fan of online multiplayer, but after reading our awesome MAG Monday feature, I was encouraged to give MAG a shot. However, just getting hold of a copy proved to be a bit of a mission in itself, as it seems a lot of stores are currently out of stock.
As games are an interactive medium, they have the potential to offer a fluid ever-altering experience. However, developers have traditionally had difficulty bringing this type of thinking to fruition and as a result we have all grown up playing mostly linear games. Thankfully there are several pioneers within the gaming world who want to break games free from the shackles of linearity.
One approach which has proven popular is the inclusion of morality systems, giving the gamer the freedom to be as good or bad as they like with their decisions affecting the paths they will take.
In this feature we will discuss why morality systems are used and consider what role they will play in the future.
The master of the epic one liner returns! Barry Burton reunites with Jill and Chris and he’s carrying a weapon. It’s really powerful, especially against living things!
Don’t worry, Barry isn’t alone. The second mercenary is one that barely knows how to play the piano. Yup, it’s everyone’s favorite STARS medic, Rebecca Chambers. Hopefully she gets to use the first-aid spray as a weapon…
Words cannot express the latest trailer for the upcoming Naughty Bear from 505 Games. Watch as the innocent and unsuspecting banana from the “Peanut Butter Jelly Time” song meets face to face the pissed off Naughty Bear. You can only imagine the end result of this encounter and it’s not going to be pretty…
So you want to see the PlayStation 3 playing games in 3D, and have yet to do so? We wouldn’t be surprised because it has only be shown at small game events and at CES in Las Vegas.
But if you live in Canada, you have another chance to see it with your own eyes – and those ugly glasses!
The promised “big announcement” from Ubisoft is that Ghost Recon is making its return.
Ever wanted a game, but weren’t sure which edition to get? Then PS3 Attitude is here to help, in a new occasional feature known as Special Edition Unboxed!
With special editions of games becoming increasingly more common, you’ll be forgiven for feeling a little overwhelmed by the sheer amount of choice gamers are subjected to these days. Exactly what you get in the box can sometimes be a little unclear, so the purpose of this new feature is not only to let you know what you get for your money, but also to give our impressions, and ultimately decide whether it’s worth getting over the standard edition.
To kick off this new feature, we’re going to hell with the Death Edition of the awesome Dante’s Inferno.
It’s fiscal reports time again – hurrah! Although seemingly written in an alien language, these reports often give us a glimpse in to what we gamers have in store for us over the course of the next fiscal year.
So EA, you claim to be the PS3’s number one publisher, but can you back it up?
When we learned that the Heavy Rain demo was available to download a week before its official release, we were excited. After all, Heavy Rain is our #2 Most Wanted Game of 2010 and the anticipation is overwhelming.
Did the Heavy Rain demo exceed our expectations or were we left disappointed?
LucasArts and TT Games have announced that the award winning LEGO Star Wars franchise is making a comeback – this time set during the Clone Wars. Will the Force be strong with this one, or are LucasArts flogging a dead Wookie?
According to figures direct from Polyphony Digital, the Gran Turismo series has sold 55.45 million copies worldwide. Interestingly, Europe makes up 44% of this total with a remarkable 25 million copies sold.
It seems Europeans just cannot get enough of the real-life driving simulator.