Article Archive for March 2010
Bethesda Softworks, the developers behind titles such as The Elder Scrolls and Fallout 3, have announced that their next venture will be the third-person co-op fantasy action game, Hunted: The Demon’s Forge.
Video game analyst Jesse Divnich of Electronic Entertainment Design and Research (EEDAR) spent some time with Sony’s upcoming PlayStation Move, and had some kind words to say about it.
He claims that the Move is an “evolutionary step in motion based gaming’ and that it will be “commercially successful.” Not only that but he gives us some detail as to what it’s like actually using the device.
Creat Studios and TikGames have announced that their latest PlayStation Network title, Wakeboarding HD, will be releasing in Europe this week. We have an exclusive gameplay trailer that is bound to make waves.
We all have regrets. That tingly, annoying sensation at the back of your head when you see that an opportunity you passed on has succeeded and flourished.
This is exactly what Sony is feeling right now whenever someone mentions Demon’s Souls – the game that got away.
On Spike tonight, there’s a televised God of War trivia competition.
The winner’s prize? A custom God of War 3 console.
A few days ago we told you about the cut ending from God of War 3.
Now the game’s director, Stig Asmussen says that if it did return, it would be free.
Twitter? Prizes? Well, 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.
Things are looking good if you’re a fan of FPS’s. Not only will you have a raft of Call of Duty games to choose from, but EA’s reboot of the Medal of Honor series is looking immensely impressive.
Should Activision start getting worried?
Before Uncharted, Naughty Dog were famous for games such as Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon and Jak & Daxter.
In fact Jak & Daxter was one of the biggest game franchises on the PS2, and many people including us would love to see it again on our TV screens.
The Final Fantasy XIV website has updated with tons of new information about the different Disciplines in the game.
Music games such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band are struggling. 2009 saw an epic shrink in that market – so much so that Activision Blizzard are scaling back the music game products they had in the works.
What the genre needs is a good kick up the backside – is Power Gig: Rise of the SixString the game to do it?
Another ‘games are bad’ topic has arisen, but for once it’s nothing to do with murder, mayhem or religion.
This time it’s marriages that are under scrutiny.
Rumours have been flying about lately regarding Insomniac ditching its exclusive PS3 development, and moving multi-platform.
Obviously this caused quite a bit of Internet activity, so Insomniac has spoken out – and it seems we can breathe a sigh of relief for now.
Welcome to the final week of MAG Monday. As such, this week will be all about Team Attitude’s thoughts on their time with MAG, in time for the second part of our review.
It seems that Sony is fighting hard against the stigma that all motion control games are casual.
The US PlayStation website has listed the games that will feature Move support so far – and it includes a couple of surprises.
Good news for those of you who missed out on Heavy Rain the first time, its now restocked across all major retailers!
Another trailer for FIFA World Cup 2010 has been released by EA Sports as we approach the game’s release next month.
The FIFA games are the most popular football (or soccer) series ever, and every four years Electronic Arts release a game based on the World Cup.
Nintendo have finally commented on the PlayStation Move – fans of ridiculous statements read on, you’re in for a treat.
Sony revealed it’s much anticipated motion-controller on Wednesday to vastly hungry press, eager to see the revolutionary device.
But just how revolutionary is it?