Article Archive for March 2010
Sony are expected to release its firmware update in June that will enable the PS3 to run 3D games. The timing is set to coincide with the launch of Sony’s first range of 3D tvs, with the first being released in Japan on June 10 with plans to distribute to the rest of the world at about the same time.
Sony see success in the 3D market as key to dominating the flat tv market. A large proportion of early adopters to the 3D market are expected to be gamers, so Sony with the PlayStation platform, has an advantage on its competitors Samsung and LG.
PlayStation Home is still in its beta phase in case you were wondering and the developers and programmers have been listening to all the comments and suggestions that come in. Starting tomorrow, Home will be getting remodeled and upgraded to version 1.35.
What changes will 1.35 bring and more importantly, will the slow loading times be resolved? Read on to find out.
Codemasters have announced plans to release F1 2010 this September on PS3, Xbox360 and PC, and have unveiled two stunning screenshots to wet our appetites.
F1 2010 will feature all the official drivers, teams and tracks from the 2010 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP – meaning player will have the chance to race on the all-new Korean circuit as former World Champion Michael Schumacher. Promising to be a stand-out, will be the spectacular night race in Singapore which players will be able to experience for the first time in HD.
EA have announced that Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 will support Sony’s motion controller. Does the once infallible Woods still have the same consumer pull that he used to?
No, this isn’t a dream; Final Fantasy XIII is finally here! To celebrate, we’re taking a look at the Collector’s Edition, which is chock-full of Final Fantasy related goodies. As with Heavy Rain, this version of the game is exclusive to the PAL region, but fortunately is available from a variety of retailers in each participating country.
SEGA are set to enter into the world of cartoon kart racing with Sonic and SEGA All Stars Racing. In a genre dominated by a certain Italian, can their first attempt stand it’s ground?
With two new racing games currently in development, PS3 Attitude took the opportunity to catch-up with Anton Yudintsev, Gaijin Entertainment’s CEO and President, to talk about the first of two titles due for an exclusive release on the PSN in the coming weeks.
Anarchy: Rush Hour might not be a game you are currently familiar with, but this is something Anton and his team are hoping will change quite soon.
Dr. Wily’s most powerful robot joins Proto Man and Mega Man on their quest to save the world.
The final new character featured in Super Street Fighter IV has finally been revealed. The official price for the game has also been confirmed.
It Only Does Epic Trilogies
Neil Labute was recently interviewed by PlayStation about how Heavy Rain inspired his short film “How Far Would You go For Love?”
It appears that not only is Heavy Rain revolutionising the gaming industry, its also having effects on the outside as well.
Starting this Thursday, White Knight Chronicles will have new quests added to the game every week until the end of June.
Sony are happy to announce today that all six of the worlds biggest movie studios are now providing HD films for the US PlayStation Store.
For you today we have a first look gameplay video for the up and coming game Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands.
Considering this game releases in two months time, we know very little about the game except it is a tie-in with the new Hollywood film.
God of War is soon to be released and people can’t wait for the closing chapter of Sony’s epic trilogy.
But apparently, we’re not seeing their full vision.
First we got the Lost in Nightmares DLC, a trip through memory lane filled with classic Resident Evil surprises and the new yet not too difficult Guardian of Insanity enemy. Now we get the Desperate Escape DLC, a complete 180 from the former where you’ll find yourself flooded with every type of Majini possible and will be begging for a nuke, even if it means your untimely death.
Experienced veteran Jill Valentine and BSAA agent Josh Stone must escape the Tricell facility while Chris and Sheva go after Wesker. Be prepared to put up a fight as these Majini want you to stay forever. The developers created Desperate Escape as a challenge for gamers and boy, what a challenge it is.
The Super Street Fighter IV blog has updated and this time the developers discuss Dudley in great detail.
It is Tuesday, and you know what that means, don’t you?
Yes, today and repeating every Tuesday, PS3 Attitude becomes PSFree Attitude, where we give away great prizes to you, our delectable readers, via the medium of Twitter.
It seems once again EA have underestimated how popular their games are – as the online side of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 goes haywire. Will they ever learn?