Article Archive for June 2010
It’s that time again. Konami is counting down to E3. What does the website reveal?
You may remember we reported earlier than ESRB listings seemed to have ousted the fact that Dreamcast games were heading to the PSN. Well, now SEGA has made it official.
So – what can we expect to see?
It’s official. Final Fantasy IX is finally hitting the PSN this Tuesday!
We’ve already had announcements this week from Capcom, Atlus and Square Enix and now it is EA’s turn to announce their E3 line-up, promising ‘highly anticipated titles in all genres’.
EA today announced that a co-op mode will be available for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 on June 22 in North America with Europe receiving the DLC on the following day. The new mode is called Onslaught, and it will allow up to four players to tackle objective based missions together.
This week in White Knight Chronicles two new quests are now available at the Nordia Tunnels. Are you up for some Sprog Cleaning?
Necromachina is a stylish, flashy, and insane action platformer from Square Enix.
Atlus revealed their E3 lineup today and it’s full of awesomesauce.
We first saw the off-road racer in the heart of the fictional Monument Valley. Then came ‘The Island’ in MotorStorm Pacific Rift. Now things are getting more extreme than ever with the introduction of ‘The City’ in MotorStorm Apocalypse.
You might be wondering how a city could be considered extreme. Obviously you’ve never seen 2012 (rightfully so) because we imagine the courses in Apocalypse will be similar to the crumbling Los Angeles depicted in the film.
Level-5 released some gameplay footage of White Knight Chronicles 2 and it’s looking pretty good.
Today marks a momental moment in the PS3’s life as you can now purchase stereoscopic 3D content from the PlayStation Store.
No new firmware update is required, all you need is to be running v3.30 and have a 3D compatible TV.
FirstPlay has been with us for a few months now and it’s really starting to get into its stride, with great content appearing every week. But what can you find in this week’s episode?
Sometimes we get a little bit jealous here at Attitude Towers. For the last few years Xbox 360 owners have been wading knee deep in brains and various fluids during bouts of the sublime Left4Dead franchise.
Now there’s more to life than violence – but just once we would like to be able to lay the smack down on hordes of the undead.
In this instance SCEE have come to our rescue – as ‘Dead Nation’ is set to arrive exclusively on the PSN this year.
With less than a week left before the show opens, Square Enix have officially revealed their full line-up for E3 2010.
The list comes as no surprise with titles including Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Final Fantasy XIV, Dungeon Siege 3, and Kane & Lynch 2.
The FIFA franchise turnaround has been one of the biggest surprises of the current generation. The once ridiculed series (think FIFA 64) has now become the benchmark football game – leaving PES trailing behind with its shoelaces untied and in need of an asthma inhaler.
But with FIFA 10 being such a complete package, can EA move the bar yet again with number 11? They think they can – and it’s all down to Personality+.
We’ve been drooling in anticipation for weeks, but now Zipper have finally announced the first expansion pack for MAG will it satiate our content-lust?
There isn’t too much content today. It’s the quality that matters though and that’s exactly what you’ll get.
Aside from there being a bunch of PSP games on sale, PS3 owners can now enjoy Joe Danger. This game has been getting a lot of publicity as of late and it’s for a good reason. It’s awesome.
The lone demo for this week is for Backbreaker. This should be an interesting game to try out. Let us know what you thought of it.
Everything else is pretty much DLC. There’s the Heavy Rain costumes for LittleBigPlanet, Alternate costumes for Super Street Fighter IV, and much more. Nothing too exciting.
Remember, there is going to be a maintenance later today. Be sure to visit the store before 16:30 BST or else you won’t be able to.
If you sign in before the maintenance period begins, you’ll be able to still play online.