Article Archive for May 2010
With the release of ModNation Racers imminent, Sony has put out one last marketing push to turn the hype machine up to boiling point.
There’s only one person for the job – bring on the Butler!
Prison Break originally made its debut on FOX in 2005. The show was absolutely brilliant and was a huge success for the network. As you can imagine, a drama about breaking out of prison can’t last forever. After a ridiculous fourth season, Prison Break properly ended in 2009.
The Conspiracy is based on the amazing first season of Prison Break. However, Michael Scofield is not the main character. Instead, you play as an undercover agent named Tom Paxton. He’s a new character that was created just for the game.
Does Prison Break: The Conspiracy manage to free itself from the shackles of mediocrity or is this just another licensed game that deserves to be locked up forever? The answer probably won’t shock you.
Red Dead Redemption has been getting some immense review scores lately – and it seems that PS3 owners will be getting slightly more bang for their buck with a couple of pieces of exclusive content.
Yee-haw partner – reach for yer guns…and other such tomfoolery.
Having to install large amounts of game data to your PS3 hard drive has been a contentious issue ever since the consoles was released way back in the dark ages of 2007.
Split/Second: Velocity is about to defy belief if a screen shot of the game case is to be believed.
E3 is exactly one month away now, and there is expected to be a lot of new announcements that will make all of us very excited!
So Sony have launched a new website for gamers and anxious journalists to dribble over while counting down to the company’s conference.
This is not your typical Tomb Raider.
A demo for ModNation Racers is coming to the PSN on May 18th.
Just look at that face. So adorable…
The Helghast from Killzone are invading Lost Planet 2!
Welcome to yet another rip-roaring edition of PS3 Attitude’s regular ‘Deals of the Week’.
Every week we bring you 4 suggestions of games that you should buy for the weekend and today is no different, as we up our running total to 33 great deals and counting.
Don’t think for a minute that we are running out of steam though. Read on for 2 deals to scare you witless, and a great price on a brand new game that may just take you back to your childhood…
We have often thought that if Sony want people to get really engaged with the Video store for the PlayStation Network, a few exclusives now and again wouldn’t do any harm – After all, Sony own one of the largest movie studios in the world.
Backbreaker is the upcoming high-impact American Football title from NatualMotion which they claim will outrun, out-hit and flat-out dominate the games of the past. It uses the studio’s euphoria motion synthesis engine, which the developer believes will consign to the past the repetitive, canned animations that are present in other sports titles.
The nice people at EA were good enough to invite us to see some of their shiny new PS3 titles.
Along with some nice full-title surprises, we got to see a glimpse of what EA’s many and various developers have up their sleeves for your existing games cabinet.
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa is the latest game in the EA ‘football mill’ that has been churning out regular updates since FIFA International Soccer in 1993.
Over the years there have been a fair share of top-corner beauties, and some that have fallen flat on their face faster than Dider Drogba being clipped by a light breeze.
The big question therefore is this; have EA scored with FIFA World Cup? Or has the turf by the penalty spot come loose?
We have never doubted Final Fantasy XIII’s credentials as an RPG, it’s never crossed our minds to do so. After all, the series it belongs to is widely regarded as one of the most influential in RPG history. But when you put Final Fantasy XIII under intense scrutiny, does it live up to its classification? Daniel Erickson, Writing Director of BioWare, has been telling Strategy Informer that it doesn’t.
This week in White Knight Chronicles there are two new quests in the Greydall Plains. Venom courses through the veins of a Captain and you must retrieve the antidote that will save his life.
The latest trailer for The Forgotten Sands shows us some of the neat abilities available to the Prince.
White Knight Chronicles: Awakening of Light and Darkness makes its way to Japan this July.
Bad news today as Sony’s Network Product and Services Division – which is home to the PlayStation operation – has posted a massive $889m loss despite seeing the PS3 sell three million more units than the previous year.
So how are they losing money?