Article Archive for August 2010
Celebrities including Ron Perlman, Matthew Perry, Felicia Day, and Mr. Las Vegas himself, Wayne Newton, will be lending their voices to bring the characters of Fallout: New Vegas to life.
iPhone hit title Flight Control is getting a port to the PlayStation Network, and it will support Move.
The game will be making a console debut on the 15th of September in Europe and Australia, the same time the PlayStation Move launches in those regions.
Shaun White is probably most recognized for his amazing snowboarding skills but he’s also a talented skateboarder as well. In continuing with the Shaun White franchise, Ubisoft has released the latest trailer for the upcoming Shaun White Skateboarding.
Last week ModNation Racers received a long awaited update that was designed to fix issues in the game such as loading times and introduce a brand new casual difficulty.
However, it also caused new problems as many gamers couldn’t even play XP Races which made the game officially broken.
We’ve been scratching our heads here at the Attitude Towers for the past few weeks wondering where the multiplayer details are for Call of Duty: Black Ops. With a game that has such a following for the multiplayer aspect, you’d think Treyarch would be hyping it months and months before the game’s launch.
Finally today we got our first look at the action. So will you like it? Well, that depends on whether or not you liked the last Call of Duty game.
Split/Second caught a lot of people off guard when it landed in May, as not many gamers were expecting this arcade racer to amount to any kind of real success. Now, not only has the game sold fairly well at retail but it’s also been well received by the media.
Black Rock Studios – the game’s developer- has just announced that there is an overabundance of DLC on the way in the next couple of months.
Namco Bandai has announced that they are bringing a new Ace Combat game to the masses, and unlike their last title, this one is coming to the PlayStation 3.
So what kind of details do we have?
EA could find themselves courting controversy with the upcoming Medal of Honor: the FPS, set in the modern day Afghanistan, will feature content that sees you play as Taliban characters. The game’s producer, Patrick Liu, has responded by saying that the content will not “provoke too hard.”
The press release calls the game an “orgy of pure racing.” Got your attention yet? With a name like Cargasm, you would expect news about Gran Turismo 5 or something but no, this is a new game from Candella Software Ltd and Saga Wonderworks.
David Kaye, the voice of Clank, has revealed that he is currently working on new Ratchet & Clank content.
It follows on from last week’s story, that Insomniac Games, were on the verge of unveiling a new game; could Ratchet & Clank be that game?
Tetsuya Nomura has tweeted an update on Final Fantasy Versus XIII, reassuring us that it’s still on track. The game’s director spoke of the difficulties in designing the game and explained that the silence surrounding Final Fantasy Versus XIII was due to the game being behind other titles (such as The 3rd birthday) “in order.
Development on the game is still going strong and voice casting has just begun.
Just last week we brought you an entire host of screenshots for the very highly anticipated, Little Big Planet 2.
Today we bring you the newest trailer released for Media Molecule’s upcoming sequel, and boy is it a doozy.
We’re hearing a lot about the upcoming PlayStation Move as its launch draws near, but something we haven’t heard a ton about are the exclusive games that will come with it.
Today, we’re pleased to be able to bring you some new screenshots for one of those Move-only titles.
There has been a lot of news and information recently about Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, and with its release just days away you can understand why.
Today, we bring you a surplus of new videos and screens.
After the complete disaster of a game that was Tony Hawk: Ride, Activision hope to turn things around for the franchise that is now second best to Skate.
Tony Hawk: Shred has been announced as the next instalment for the series. There is very little that we know about this game right now but two pieces of key information has been revealed.
PlayStation Move will be released next month and we’re very excited here in Attitude Towers. We’ve all been impressed by how accurate Move is, and we like the look of the line-up – there’s a healthy mix of party games and hardcore titles to get us started. But there’s one thing left to take into consideration: the cost.
Sony say you can get started for £49.99/$99.99. However, if you shop around you can get started for less, in the UK at least. However, there are some additional costs; some which you might not have considered. Fear not, we’re on hand to let you know what you’ll actually be paying should you want the full Move experience.
2K Games has announced brand new DLC for BioShock 2. However what makes this one different from previous content is that it will be a single player only experience.
You certainly aren’t getting ‘screwed’ by this DLC.
One of the biggest Move supported games this year is Heavy Rain, and today Sony published the first official screenshots for the title to show how the Move support will work.