Article Archive for September 2010
Holiday 2011 can’t come any sooner.
Sordahon just doesn’t get the respect he deserves.
Alundra and Arc the Lad have been re-rated by the ESRB. It looks like these two classic titles will be heading to the PlayStation Network sometime soon.
2K Games announced today that the third downloadable add-on for Mafia II is coming worldwide to the PlayStation Store later this year.
First we had the treacherous in “The Betrayal of Jimmy”, then the vengeful in “Jimmy’s Vendetta”.
Now get ready for the, errr, ‘impulsive’ with “Joe’s Adventures”!
Activision and FreeStyleGames have announced six more DJs that will be contributing mixes to the upcoming DJ Hero 2. Returning from the first game are DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Shadow, DJ Z-Trip, and the Scratch Perverts (who were responsible for the hardest mix on the first DJ Hero), while A-Trak and Diplo make their series debut.
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?
We’ve known for quite some time that a firmware update containing 3D support was coming, we just didn’t have an exact date as to when it was happening. Now, thanks to the PlayStation Blog, we do. Come inside to see when.
Capcom just released new gameplay videos showing Tron Bonne and X-23 in action. The TGS trailer also reveals the return of the infamous MvC2 character select music.
Bust out your classic 3D glasses — you know, the ones with the red and blue colored lenses — because the upcoming side-scrolling real time strategy game Swords & Soldiers will be getting a 3D makeover.
Sonic 4 is slowly becoming more like the classic Sonic games we all loved. That is definitely a good thing.
Demon’s Souls, the highly regarded and notoriously difficult RPG from Atlus has been added to Sony’s PlayStation 3 Greatest Hits range. What does this mean? Well, the game will now sit in stores boasting new distinguished packaging and an eye catching price tag of $29.99.
ZEN Studios is pleased to announce that Stronghold Island is coming to the North American version of Planet MiniGolf next week on September 21st.
Stronghold Island features 36 brand new holes across four new tournaments, all set on the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. Not only that but you’ll be able to unlock four new trophies and a slew of new objects to build your custom courses with. All for the low price of $2.99.
Yoshinori Ono released six pieces of concept art today showing off the new Super Street Fighter IV alternative costumes. Sagat has hair!
Famitsu released new screenshots of The Last Guardian. This game looks so beautiful…
Capcom liked the work of Blue Castle Games so much that they’re buying the developer.
Whoa! This is a lot of content for just one week.
There really is just too much to list. There’s demos for Enslaved, which is developed by Ninja Theory, the minds behind Heavenly Sword and the new Devil May Cry, NBA2k11, PES 2011, FIFA 11, and Space Invaders Infinity Gene.
There’s even a bunch of PlayStation Move demos for the following games: Heavy Rain, echochrome II, Tumble, The Shoot, Sports Champions, and so much more! There’s no doubt that you’ll have something to try out with those fancy new PlayStation Move controllers releasing later this week.
There’s even a bunch of games just waiting to be purchased. If Flight Control HD, My Aquarium, and Space Invaders aren’t enough for you, there is a bundle pack for the Monkey Island games and tons of deals for older titles like Mega Man 10 and Peggle.
Sony Europe went all out with this update and it shows. What will you be downloading?
Those of you who hate the idea of having advertising in your games should probably look away now.
As groundbreaking new research by The Nielsen Company and EA (who else?) shows that in-game advertising really does work, we here at Attitude Towers share our thoughts on adverts within games.
The SEGA Dreamcast classic is coming to the PlayStation Network next week.
Tecmo Koei announced Ninja Gaiden 3 at TGS behind closed doors. Let’s hope PS3 owners don’t have to wait for the release of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 3 to get their hands on this title.