Article Archive for August 2010
PS3 owners should be familiar with NIS America and their titles such as Disgaea, Cross Edge, and even Last Rebellion. Trinity Universe is the most recent JRPG to hit the market from the developers and features characters from both the Disgaea and Atelier series.
Co-developed with Gust Corporation and Idea Factory, the game takes place in the Netheruniverse capital, Empyria. There lies the Demon Dog King Kanata and his trusty sidekick Tsubaki. It’s his destiny to be turned into a Demon God Gem and protect Empyria. You see, these gems emit a powerful energy wave and prevent drifting objects from crashing into the city. Like any levelheaded person, Kanata doesn’t want to be turned into a gem and decides to break free and protect the Netheruniverse in his own way.
It’s never too late to get groovy with the Earthworm.
Konami has just announced via their Twitter account that DanceDanceRevolution will be coming to the PS3!
There will be three releases of Continuum Shift in Europe. In addition to the Standard Edition, a Limited Edition and Fan’s Edition will also be available at launch.
Being an F1 driver requires more than good driving skills. They have to deal with rival drivers, team members, the press and demanding fans. You could even say that they’re constantly at war with these outside forces. With F1 2010, Codemasters want you to experience what it is like to live the life of an F1 driver.
EA’s Play Label has announced Create, an upcoming multi-console game that will be compatible with Sony’s PlayStation Move.
As you can imagine, the purpose of the game is to create your own challenges and puzzles that you can then share with others. The game revolves around family play and is only limited by your own imagination.
Killzone developer, Guerrilla Games, are planning to make a new IP, according to Herman Hulst, the managing director of the studio. What could it be? We’re expecting a jetpack racer.
Insomniac Games are planning to reveal a new title “sometime between now and the Penny-Arcade Expo over Labor Day weekend”, prompting speculation that they are about to announce Resistance 3 or a new Ratchet & Clank.
When we put together an article previewing a game with either a new trailer, new screenshots or some other piece of information, we usually try and make the game sound as good as we can. After all, there’s no reason not to be optimistic about a new game that we haven’t played, right?
Little Big Planet 2 is an exception. You guys all know what Little Big Planet is and we realize that no matter what we show you or how respectable we try and make it look, we’ll probably fail miserably when it comes to making you anymore enthralled than you already are.
Fresh of the heels of our announcement that Mafia II would be getting a demo this month, we’ve got another trailer for you to slobber over.
This one might just be the most stylish yet.
We’ve just caught wind that the Limited Edition of Medal of Honor will grant you access to the Battlefield 3 beta.
We know what you’re thinking, Battlefield 3 hasn’t been announced yet, and you’re right but that’s not stopping EA DICE from making this offer.
We’ve heard through the grapevine that the massive hit, Angry Birds, is heading to the PlayStation 3. Until now, the game has been available exclusively on the iPhone but the game’s developers, Rovio, have now decided to branch out to other platforms.
So what exactly is Angry Birds?
If you remember back to just last year, we reviewed DiRT 2 and had nothing but great things to say.
Now, DiRT 3 is on the horizon and while it may still be way off in the distance, the fact that it’s in sight is enough to make us prance… well, not really, but you get what we’re trying to say.
So far in 2010, we’ve been bombarded with several top quality games and had many interesting topics to discuss. We’ve been very lucky. July was, however, a very humdrum month. Sure, it’s normally dead the month after E3, but we were still looking out for the big releases, but sadly they never came.
Still, we found just enough to keep us interested during the mid-summer shutdown. We digested PlayStation Plus, got to grips with the Medal of Honor Beta and explored Hulu Plus. There were even a few new games announced that left us excited – not to mention an obscene amount of beat ‘em up news. There was also a big announcement here at PS3 Attitude. Here’s the review of the month…