Article Archive for July 2010
Rockstar Games has announced that four new add-ons for Red Dead Redemption are on the way. Hope you like zombies…
Konami and 4mm Games have confirmed new tracks along with new producers for Def Jam Rapstar, the first interactive music game to focus solely on hip hop.
We’ll see the likes of current artists such as Ludacris and the UK exclusive Chipmunk. We’ll also be kickin’ it old school with Run DMC and Onyx.
When word of Dead Space 2 was first announced, it whipped everyone in to a frenzy here at the Attitude Towers. We all strapped on our armor and loaded up our plasma cutters for some fresh Necromorph limb-cutting action. Unfortunately, that only led to us taking Majiesto to the emergency room after Delriach accidentally mis-took him for an alien and severed his right arm.
Now that the wounds have healed and Majiesto has learned to shoot with his left hand, we’re ready to load up once more with the announcement of Dead Space Ignition.
So what’s this new title all about?
Eastasiasoft has just announced an expansion pack for Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype.
This news has got PS3 Attitude very excited! Australia’s Classification Board has out of the blue given a 15 rating to a “modified” version of classic title Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
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?
Sony has confirmed that they are continuing to design brand new PlayStation hardware.
Yar maties! This be a grand update, ye hear? Plenty a booty for all ye downloadin’ needs. Aye, that’s right. Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge be on ye network now, ye see?
There also be DLC for Modern Warfare 2, Battlefield Bad Company 2, Just Cause 2, and LittleBigPlanet. Can’t be forgettin’ ’bout me ol’ buddy Sweet Tooth in ModNation Racers either.
We fully appreciate that Secret of Monkey Island looks out of place in the PS3 canon next to all those first-person shooters and third-person adventure games.
Anyone out there still playing Battlefield: Bad Company 2? If so, have you been to the in-game store and looked under the ‘upcoming’ section? For those of you that have, you may have noticed something new that has recently popped up. For those of you that haven’t, we can feel your curiosity and we’re here to bring you the info.
Shoot ’em ups are a rare breed, especially on the PlayStation Network. Aside from the Soldner-X series there isn’t much to satisfy fans of the genre. The Gundemonium Collection features three games: Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne, and Hitogata Happa. These aren’t your typical shmups either. You see, the Gundemonium games are referred to as bullet-hell shoot ’em ups. It’s as crazy as it sounds, and just as difficult.
With three possible games to choose from, all which containing cute anime characters, does the Gundemonium Collection have enough substance for the hardcore gamer?
This is a pretty good week. If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber there’s some new content for you, although it’s not anything too special. Let us know what you think of the service so far.
There’s two new games to enjoy: Family Feud and Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge. Only Monkey Island has a demo so be cautious about purchasing the other game. There’s also a demo for Death Track Resurrection, just in time for its price drop.
Unsurprisingly, there is a ton of DLC. The Marvel LBP costumes we discussed last week are available. They are ridiculously cute. Sweet Tooth is now a playable character in ModNation Racers, Trinity Universe is looking to steal your money, MotoGP has a free update, Modern Warfare 2’s Resurgence Pack is finally available, and much more!
Do you Play? Do you Create? Do you Share? If so, then you’re probably still playing ModNation Racers, and you’re probably also knee-deep in all the DLC content they release every week.
How about some more?
Being able to rate content on the PlayStation Store was a feature added in firmware update v3.40. This new system will undoubtedly assist gamers in their quest to find the best games the PlayStation Network …
We can never have enough options can we? It seems these days that just when you think you’ve got it made with your console and gaming set-up, something new comes out. Well, Sony is about to continue that trend by offering a few new PS3 Slim models.
So what exactly is new about these models?
A few days ago we showed you some evidence that suggested Sony will force us to subscribe to PlayStation Plus for the ‘privilege’ of having Hulu Plus on our PS3s.
Thankfully Sony have cleared a few things up. They say we will not need PlayStation Plus for Hulu after all, except for access for the Beta.
If you’re anything like us here at Attitude Towers, you remember the good ol’ days. The days back when the PlayStation One ruled the console roost, and that one analog stick the N64 had was ‘over-rated’. Remember those times?
If so, then you might remember a little game called Medal of Honor. If you played shooters back in that era, then chances are you know exactly what Medal of Honor is.
We’re pleased to say that many years later, the franchise seems to be ready to try and take back the shooter crown; a mantel that it has since lost to the likes of titles such as Call of Duty and Battlefield.
Twitter? Prizes? Well, it is Tuesday, and you know what that means don’t you?
Yes, today PS3 Attitude becomes PSFree Attitude, where we give away great prizes to you, our delectable readers, via the medium of Twitter.
PlayStation Home – Sony’s virtual space – gets a lot of criticism. Much of this criticism stems back to its opening days when there was little for users to do. These days Home is a lot more exciting with several spaces for players to visit, and it’s proving profitable for Sony. Jack Buser, the director of Home, claims that the platform has been a unanimous success.