Article Archive for October 2010
To celebrate it being Halloween, Day 1 Studios and Warner Bros. have released a new trailer for F.3.A.R., so we suggest not watching if you’re squeamish or have a heart condition.
Ninja Theory and Namco Bandai Games have released a trailer for the first downloadable content for Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, called ‘Pigsy’s Perfect 10’.
With the release of James Bond: Blood Stone next week, Activision and Bizarre Creations have released another of their behind the scenes videos, entitled ‘Classic Bond’.
Keiji Inafune is stepping down from his job at Capcom, where he holds the position of Head of R&D Management Group and Consumer Games R&D Division and Contents Management Division. His departure will mark the end of an era that began in 1987, when Capcom hired the 22 year-old as an illustrator.
Sony has posted a ¥6.9 billion ($85.5m / £53.7m) operating profit for their Networked Product and Services division (which includes all PlayStation products) for the second quarter of the financial year, a significant improvement on the ¥59 billion ($731m / £458m) loss for the same period last year.
Tango Gameworks, Shinji Mikami’s new studio, has joined ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks. Mikami – the Japanese developer famous for creating the Resident Evil series – will lead his team through the development of AAA games, created for multiple formats.
A couple of months ago, BlazBlue:CS received its first downloadable character in the form of Makoto. She’s an awesome character to play as and is definitely worth the price. At the end of September, BlazBlue’s second downloadable fighter, Valkenhayn, was released on the PSN. Unsurprisingly, the DLC is once again priced at $7.99.
Don’t cry just yet. This butler is easily one of the most interesting characters in the game.
There was a bit of leaked information on the net about this a couple of weeks ago. Low and behold, our site policy of not posting anything that’s not official has held up once again, as the information that was leaked was not complete. If you’re interested in getting a little something extra with Killzone 3, you should definitely read on.
Unlike some of the other consoles on the market, there are a ton of ways to fill up the hard drive on the PlayStation 3. First, you’ve got those pesky mandatory installs. Then you’ve got the overabundance of DLC. And let’s not forget about all the PSN games and video content you can buy on the PlayStation Store. Well if you’re not the type that wants to replace the hard drive yourself, Sony is now offering you a better solution.
Lucy Porter is away again, so OPM’s Rachel Penny talks us through this special Halloween episode instead. There are previews of upcoming horror games such as Dead Space 2 and F.3.A.R., as well as a feature on the FirstPlay team’s scariest PlayStation moments, and the goriest screenshots ever.
If that’s all too frightening for you, there are also reviews of Fallout: New Vegas and WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011, a great feature on The Making of DJ Hero, and screenshots of the Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection and The Last Guardian.
For far too long now, PlayStation 3 owners have had to utilize a disc in order to access their Netflix instant queue. Well those days are finally gone, as the Netflix instant streaming app has made its way to XMB’s all across the United States and Canada. So how does this new app stack up against its disc-shaped cousin? Read on to find out.
Sony will be rolling out a new loyalty program titled PlayStation Rewards that gives fans exclusive content and opportunities for doing exactly what you’re doing now; playing games.
Boy oh boy, say what you want about the franchise but Bioware sure knows how to release an epic trailer, don’t they? The sequel to one of the more successful RPG’s of 2009 is right around the corner, and today we’ve got yet another amazing trailer to show you. Come inside and check it out.
If you’re one of the gamers that has been patiently awaiting your chance to play Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom, then today is a great day for you. Not only is the demo now live on the PlayStation Store, but we’ve got a change in the release date to tell you about. Unlike most changes that involve release dates, this is one we can get on-board with.
Although the majority of the gaming world that own PlayStation 3’s have them connected to the internet, there are still quite a few that do not. Because of this, those that can’t connect to the PSN usually find themselves hosed when it comes to DLC. Well there’s at least one set of DLC that they won’t have to worry about missing.
This week has quite a bit of content. For downloadable games there’s Blacklight: Tango Down and Superstars V8 Racing, which is nice. It took awhile for Blacklight to hit the PSN for some reason though.
You’ll definitely want to check out the demo for Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom. This game is made by the developers of Folklore and it’s looking quite beautiful. If that’s not enough for you, there’s a demo for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2, Blacklight, and TV Superstars.
The highlight is definitely the undead DLC for Red Dead Redemption. If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber you can even purchase it at a reduced price. Not bad! The Fan Axxess pack for Smackdown vs Raw 2011 is now available and this pre-purchases any DLC coming to the game in the future. It’s an interesting idea by THQ, let’s see if it works out in the end. Move support for High Velocity Bowling is now available to all PSN users and it’s still free. If you have a PS Move you’ll probably want to try that out.
If you’re a fan of Super Street Fighter IV, you’ll be happy to know that the first pack of new costumes have been released. Enjoy!
It was just a couple of days ago that we were showing Rock Band 3 and the new pro guitar mode, but today we’ve got something else regarding Rock Band 3. One of the most popular musicians of all time has an album coming to the Rock Band Store. We’d leave you in suspense but the title already gave it away. Come read about it anyway!
In last week’s Brink diary, Richard Ham explained how Splash Damage are catering for its hardcore audience, and, in another diary, he explained how they are trying to bridge the gap between single-player and multi-player. In theory, this shouldn’t work because a single-player game is a completely different experience from that of a multi-player game; they each require different skills. In addition to this, the multi-player arena is an intense and often hostile environment, so it’s not a great place to learn how to play properly.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the last ten weeks we’ve been revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and we think you’ll agree we’ve included some incredibly talented teams. We’ve now revealed ninety developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing the final ten!