Article Archive for March 2010
Can you believe that Final Fantasy XIII is less than a week away from releasing outside of Japan?
Namco Bandai has announced that their upcoming action-adventure about a boy and a mythical creature is being localised.
Entitled; Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom, its expected to hit North America on PS3 and Xbox 360 this summer. But what on earth is it about?
It has been confirmed that Argos, Tesco and ASDA have all started a pre-owned games trade service – should GAME be worried?
Violent video games are fast becoming one of the most talked about subjects in the mainstream media.
Regular readers of PS3 Attitude will know that we are strongly in favour of parental control and common sense when it comes to children and video games.
The general consensus is that if a game has an age rating on it, only children of that age and above should be playing it – but is that divide always so black and white?
Should parents be allowed to judge whether or not their child can handle material which has been rated as unsuitable for their age bracket?
PS3 Attitude has invited two parents in to discuss their different views on video games.
As we expected, Bass is a playable character in Mega Man 10. He will be available as downloadable content.
2K Sports will not be releasing its NHL franchise this year.
Instead, the company has revealed that they’ll be having a year off to work on improvements. The idea is that they’ll come back in betting shape to tackle their rival from EA in 2011.
Here’s some news to get you excited. GameTrailers TV has revealed that their latest episode which airs on Thursday will reveal a brand new “surprise” sequel to a Sony franchise.
This follows host Geoff Keighley’s teasing of an announcement shortly on his Twitter after last week’s show that was dedicated to PS3 exclusive God of War III.
Atari have announced that they will be bringing Test Drive Unlimited 2 to the PS3 later this year – are you ready for M.O.O.R?
Following on from yesterday’s odd sequence of events, Activision Blizzard has come out with all guns blazing.
PS3 Attitude received a statement late last night detailing where the Call of Duty franchise is heading – and it contained a couple of surprises.
Welcome to our monthly feature were we tell the world what’s been happening over the last month at PS3 Attitude.
The Super Street Fighter IV blog has updated and this time Makoto is discussed in great detail.
New evidence has emerged that Sony are planning to name its new motion sensing controller as “PlayStation Arc.” The latest evidence comes via Siliconera, who spotted that Sony Computer Entertainment Japan had filed a trademark for the title.
Sony regularly file trademarks with little intention of using them but there appears to be substance behind this speculation.
If you live in the UK and want RE5 Gold, your only options are GAME or Gamestation.
LittleBigPlanet was one of the PS3’s biggest releases for 2008. However, what you may not know is that Sony has had no share in its developer Media Molecule.
That has now changed as today Sony announced that they have purchased the company.
Partnering with Ignition Entertainment, Zombie Studios have announced their latest creation, Blacklight: Tango Down.
The game is a first person shooter set in the futuristic city of Blacklight and will be available for download this summer. Just because it’s a downloadable title though, doesn’t mean it is in any way small…
Konami unleashed eight new screenshots for Castlevania: Lord of Shadows. No additional details have been provided.
Security? Insubordination? Disappearances? Just what is going on at Infinity Ward?
Retro heads rejoice as it appears that Neo Geo games are on their way to the PSN – although perhaps not the titles you would want.
It’s report time again! Australian researchers have concluded that approximately one in ten gamers are showing symptoms of addiction.
We urge readers to think about their nine closest friends, if they seem ok, then it’s you who has the problem.