Article Archive for November 2010
Medal of Honor, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Vanquish, Fallout: New Vegas, Sonic the Hedgehog: Episode 1, FIFA 2011, PES 2011 and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West: these are just some of the games that have stormed the charts in October.
If July will be remembered for its summer shutdown, then October will be known for its abundance of games. What’s more: they were mostly quality. Yes, some underachieved, and others were predictable, but all were worth a play, and play we did…
Any time we get anything new about LittleBigPlanet 2 (except for this), it brings a big smile to all of our faces. Media Molecule just keeps pumping out the information and videos and we just keep eating them up. Today, we bring you a new (and by new we mean a few days old) video of these ‘sackbots’ we keep hearing about. Click the jump to see them for yourself.
We’re still a few days away from announcing the winners of our October contest but just as we did last month, we’re still going roll out the November prizes and tell you what you can win. So if you’re the type that likes receiving awesome stuff just for talking about video games, by all means, come check out what we’ve got for you this time around!
Splash Damage love class-based gameplay, and with Brink they’re looking to build on the great class-based experiences that they’ve offered in the past with Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars.
Brink has your typical multiplayer classes: soldier, medic, engineer and operative; each offers different tactical advantages. It also has three body types: skinny, medium and heavy. Once again, each has their advantages and disadvantages. There are also 50 abilities (gained as you level up) to choose from.
With all this going on, the player has an incredible number of options at their disposal, so it’s unlikely you’ll ever see the same game twice. We’re speaking to Richard Ham, Splash Damage’s creative director, who is describing the many interesting things that they are doing with Brink’s classes, body types and abilities.
It’s been a busy ten weeks here at PS3 Attitude. It is easy to forget just how many great developers are out there, so our intention with this feature was to take the time to thank them for their dedication to the videogame industry.
FIFA 11 is truly a “game of two halves”, a phrase that has summed up the topsy-turvy nature of this beautiful game we call football since it was coined, probably by either Jimmy Greaves or Ian St. Clair, in the early ’90s.
The problem with FIFA 11 is this. On one hand you have the slickest and best feeling football game to ever arrive on the PS3. Then on the other hand you have a game mode so maddening you hope and pray that, just for some light relief, Sir Alex Ferguson would walk into your room and kick a boot in your face.