Article Archive for May 2010
Knights Contract is a new IP from Namco Bandai Games America, it’s a stylised third-person adventure game which sees a witch and an executioner team up to rid the world of supernatural enemies who are spreading a black spell of death.
It has been a lovely quiet few weeks hasn’t it? With all the furore over the ‘Con-demed’ British Government, the tabloids have left us gamers to prance merrily in the fields of Sony.
The holiday’s over guys and gals – as they are at it again.
We are going to be brutally honest – we are extremely excited about the PlayStation Move here at Attitude Towers, but there is a little voice in the back of our head that tells us to burn things. Behind that voice however is a more niggling one, playing on one of our fears – that the Move will be nothing more than a home to shoddy Wii ports.
Can Sony brush aside that fear?
If you loved Heavy Rain as much as we did, then you’re probably wondering where the action figures are at. Now its Heavy Rain’s turn, but there’s a catch.
News leaked over the weekend that Killzone 3 was in production and it came as no surprise. We now have official conformation from SCEE, calling it “David vs. Goliath…if Goliath had thousands of troops and a thermonuclear arsenal.”
Killzone 3 takes place exactly where 2 left off. Viscari is dead and Special Forces members Sev and Rico are all that remain of the ISA on Helghan after a massive nuclear bomb decimated all of Phyruss and the rest of the ISA ground troops. It’s up to them now to put a stop to the Helghast once and for all. The battle may be over, but the war has just begun…
One or two of you may have noticed that the TV series ‘Lost’ came to an end today – bringing to a close six years of baffling tomfoolery.
Those looking to fill the voids left by the TV show may be in for a treat as some of the music of Lost might be coming to Rock Band.
Zipper Interactive is about to set off the same reaction in us with a megaton MAG announcement that is scheduled before E3. This game just keeps getting better!
The last 24hrs has seen the internet become awash with Killzone 3 news after scans made it online from the upcoming GamesPro issue which featured exclusive details.
It’s no secret that there will be a Killzone 3 coming at some point – SCEA boss Jack Tretton said so himself – but we’re now starting find out more information, and we’re getting very excited indeed.
Joris de Man, Killzone 2’s composer, left the Grosvenor House in London yesterday with an award for the “best original video game score” at the 55th Ivor Novello awards. It’s the first time the prestigious award ceremony has celebrated the video games industry. Does this mean games are now part of the establishment?
Here we are again with another fantastic ‘Deals of the Week’ feature by PS3 Attitude.
You’re probably familiar with the process by now but every week we find you four great deals from the web that we think deserve your cash. As usual two of these are from the UK and another two from the USA.
Shades? Check. Cool jacket? Check. It’s time to feel the need…the need for speed as Top Gun will be blasting its way onto the PSN.
You can be our wingman any time.
Game character crossovers are starting to become a popular thing nowadays – from Lost Planet 2 to LittleBigPlanet, it’s always a nice surprise when a famous character pops up where you least expect it.
ModNation Racers is a game crying out for more of this – but who would you want in the game?
The June update for Super Street Fighter IV will feature more than just the free Tournament Mode.
Sonic 4 has been delayed.
This week in White Knight Chronicles four new quests are now available. Are you prepared to enter the Belly of the Beasts?
LittleBigPlanet 2 is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever, and fans want to know every little detail concerning the game. The good folks over on the PlayStation.Blog have put together a handy LittleBigFAQ to answer plenty of questions as well as drop some hints at what’s to come.
With Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands out this week, we thought you might enjoy a look at some behind the scenes footage of the developers talking about the next chapter in the renowned wall-runner’s time-bending ways.
The footage focuses on the Prince’s brother, a bearded bad-ass who, facing the defeat of his city, unleashes a sand army he believes he can control. You can guess where this is heading. We also get an explanation as to why, in a region where water is so precious, it’s wastefully pouring all over place. The reason: decadence.
Well it’s finally here. We’ve waited, gone through BETA tests and waited some more – now FirstPlay is upon us.
But is it worth your money?
Sparkster is a jet pack wearing opossum equipped with a sword. The knightly rodent made his debut in Rocket Knight Adventures for the SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis in 1993. After the inevitable sequel (and spin-off), Sparkster mysteriously vanished.
Rocket Knight is Konami’s attempt at reviving the under appreciated series. Does Sparkster still have what it takes to soar high or does he just fall flat on his face?