Article Archive for April 2010
Announced as a PSN console-exclusive planned for release on April 22nd in NA, Lead & Gold: Gangs of the Wild West promises to excite fans of shooters and the rough and tumble days of the old frontier. Coming across like a Western Team Fortress, the online game will encourage team collaboration and reward players for cooperative play.
Good news for fans of terrifying killer children, as F.E.A.R is set to make a return – but this time under the direction of horror legend John Carpenter.
We speak to SpecialEffect, a UK based charity whose primary aim is to include people with disabilities in gaming, an industry that, despite perpetuating the concept of allowing people to experience fantastic things, routinely exclude those who would benefit the most from simulation.
It’s a fascinating insight into what charities like SpecialEffect are doing to change the lives of young and old people alike through the wonder of gaming.
This week is packed with special offers for the PSP. There’s not much for the PS3, but you can get Turtles in Time for $5. That’s a pretty good deal.
Everything Killzone related is on sale thanks to Spring Fever. Map packs, bundles, and even Killzone: Liberation for the PSP has been discounted. Take advantage while you can!
Anyone a fan of Mega Man? Good! Bass and Special Stage 1 are now available. There’s also a demo for FIFA World Cup, and DLC for LittleBigPlanet and Just Cause 2.
If you enjoy beautiful music, then pick up the Flower soundtrack.
A new mode is coming to the SingStar series! Online Battle Mode will see singers compete against their friends live.
How does it work? It’s simple. Send an invite to a PSN friend, pick a song, and compete for the highest score! There is even support for the PS Eye so you can watch your friend sing really badly.
Codemasters have announced that Stuart Broad will be the face of International Cricket 2010. The rising star of English cricket shot to fame in 2009 for his notable performances during the 2009 Ashes which included a man of the match performance for the fifth test.
Can you wait a month? Well, you’re going to have to. The Stimulus Package hits the PSN in May.
This week in White Knight Chronicles four new quests have appeared on the world map. We must unite together and vanquish the vicious beasts that terrorize the land!
This week isn’t so bad. There is a demo for 2010 FIFA World Cup and Aqua Panic HD is the lone downloadable game for this Thursday.
DLC is really where this week shines. There’s Blue Toad Murder Files Episodes 4-6, The Incredibles LittleBigPlanet content, and for Mega Man 10 you can now purchase Bass and Special Stage 1. Woot!
First Play makes its highly anticipated debut today. You can either buy the first episode or you can subscribe to First Play for three months. Let us know what you think of the service.
If you have a PSP then you’ll be happy with all the deals, so take advantage of those while they last.
If reports are to be believed, it seems that people are finally warming to Blu-ray – but will movies on demand rain on its parade?
Square Enix has brought up the topic of monsters when talking about Final Fantasy XIV – and it seems some familiar faces will be making a return.
Do we cheer or run away in terror?
This year’s game to coincide with the football World Cup in June is set to get a demo.
In fact this demo releases tomorrow so that gamers can get a taster of the new title, which releases at the end of the month.
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Free stuff is good, but free God of War related stuff is even better. Fans of the epic trilogy have woken up to a nice surprise this morning – as Sony has made the God of War Trilogy soundtrack free to download.
By Zeus’s beard – that’s a good deal!
This week’s European Video Store update is relatively bland. None of the films particularly stand out and there are only a few to choose from. If we HAD to recommend a film, we’d go with The Forbidden Kingdom.
The April Foolishness Sale is still going on so your best bet might be checking out what’s available there if you haven’t already.
New comparison screenshots for Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge have been uploaded onto the game’s official facebook page. It’s looking spiffing great.
The countdown to Sony’s E3 conference in LA has officially begun after it was announced that it will be held on June 15th.
The Nintendo Wii seems to be the thorn in the side of the PlayStation Move. Hardly an article goes by without a comparison, and Nintendo of America President ‘The Reginator’ is milking that for all its worth.
Saying that, we do think his trash talk is covering up a hint of worry – and perhaps even embarrassment. The Move has already demonstrated a level of accuracy the Wii can only dream of.
However, the two motion controllers do share some common ground – and Wii ports are only a matter of time. Here are Team Attitude’s list of the five games we really don’t want to see.
The Crysis 2 hype machine has well and truly started up over the last few weeks. Upgraded Nanosuit, ruined city and apparently the best graphics people have ever seen are making us salivate with anticipation.
EA said it was going to show the first ever public trailer last night – and it made good on that promise, by airing it smack bang in the middle of Times Square, New York.