Article Archive for March 2011
First, we’ll get to the details fans have by dying to know; Batman: Arkham City will be released on October 18th in North America and three days later on October 21st in Europe. We’ll give you a moment to go ahead and get your pre-orders in. Good?
James Gallagher of the EU PlayStation.Blog had the opportunity to see an early mission from Arkham City and kindly shares with some things we can expect in the follow up to the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum. Don’t worry, there are no spoilers.
In the past six months racing fans have seen Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit, Test Drive Unlimited 2, and the long awaited Gran Turismo 5. With a lineup like that one wonders exactly what Shift 2 Unleashed could have to offer that differentiates it from the pack.
Perhaps these trailers and the plethora of hi-res screenshots will provide a greater understanding. After all you could use a new desktop wallpaper.
White Knight Chronicles II was released in Japan last July and since then, fans have been wondering when an international release date would be set. After months of anticipation, SCEE announced that the game will be released this May in Europe alongside a PSP version acting as a prequel to the original story.
THQ and Volition have never been shy about the destructible environments of the Red Faction series. In fact it’s one of the game’s main selling points.
For the upcoming Red Faction: Armageddon, the minds behind the red planets latest mining foray are further embracing demolition with the addition of ‘Ruin Mode’. The latest trailer demonstrates exactly what gamers can expect. Have a look.
Everyone loves catching their favorite crazy monkeys from the Ape Escape franchise and now you’ll be able to do so with the help of the PlayStation Move this summer.
If you recall, Ape Escape on the Move debuted in Japan and other Asian territories late last year. The game has been given an international makeover and will be coming to both North America and Europe this summer. Are you prepared to go on an ape hunt?
This week the cupboards are rather bare. No new games to speak of aside from the trial and unlock for Back to the Future: The Game.
If you’ve noticed that you and your current avatar have grown apart over time and the mere sight of Crash Bandicoot’s face evokes a nauseous feeling, you are in luck my friend. Brand spanking new avatars featuring Killzone 3, Grand Theft Auto IV and Red Dead Redemption are now available. A perfect rebound.
As per usual there is a hefty amount of add-on content hitting the store. Perhaps you will unearth something that strikes your fancy. Happy hunting.
Homefront will be landing in shops soon and, if all goes well, it’ll be the first of many. This is the hope of David Votypka, creative director and general manager of Kaos Studios, who thinks that Homefront’s “rich and fertile” world is perfect franchise material.
Well PS fans it’s time to reap what you have sown. Last month gamers were given the opportunity to vote on your favorite games featured on the PlayStation store in the last year.
Of course there’s more but your going to have to head on in and look for yourself. Happy hunting.
Naughty Dog has finally lifted the veil on who Nathan Drake will be going up against this time around for Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception and her name is Katherine Marlowe.
Twitter? Prizes? Well, it is Tuesday, and you know what that means don’t you?
Yes, today PS3 Attitude becomes PSFree Attitude, where we give away great prizes to you, our delectable readers, via the medium of Twitter.
As usual we’ll be giving away all sorts of freebies to our loyal Twitter followers with prizes ranging from PSN codes for new games and DLC to physical swag that we have here at Attitude Towers.
If you consider yourself a fan of ‘America’s Pastime’ then you’ve likely enjoyed MLB: The Show at some time. The best sports simulator on the PS3 continues to build on last season’s success with the addition of the ‘Challenge of the Week’ feature.
After the success of PixelJunk Shooter, Q-Games have tried to recreate it with a direct-sequel. Now we finally have our hands on PixelJunk Shooter 2, but does it continue what the original game started?
By setting a first-person shooter in the future, you have licence to be creative with your game’s weapons and gadgets. We’re surprised more developers don’t take full advantage of this; so many seem content with simply tweaking the design of your everyday assault rifle. Clearly, the team at Crytek is made from more ambitious stock. Sure, shotguns and assault rifles are both present, but Crysis 2 also has nanosuits, electrostatic cables and even hologram decoys. Now that’s more like it.
How many times have you been playing a fighting game only to have the time run out and the match decided by your remaining life. Frustrating, right? In Platinum Games’ upcoming Anarchy Reigns, when they say “fight to the death” they really mean it.
Not only are the other players out to spill your blood the environment is out to get you as well. SEGA’s new beat’em up introduces giant rotary blades, tidal waves, and more that will surely kill you if your opponents don’t.
What if a game excels in the gameplay department but is lacking in practically all other aspects? Could the game still be great despite it’s obvious flaws? Maybe you could even learn to love it for it’s shortcomings. Those of you that played Earth Defense Force 2017 know exactly what we’re talking about.
Fans of the cult classic were thrilled to see that a sequel was in production. Springing forth from GDC was news of the new ‘survival’ mode and a host of trailers and screenshots. Enjoy.
Chris Keenen, design director on Hunted: The Demon’s Forge, has been answering questions on the game’s co-op gameplay in a recent interview with the Bethesda Blog. In the interview, Keenen explains how the matchmaking system works, what will happen if a player drops out, and how Hunted’s system compares to online dating; but more importantly, he reveals that split screen gameplay has been added to the build.
Vidzone is the go to app for music lovers in European territories. The service offers one of the widest music video selections available and has even been known to host the worldwide debut of exclusive content.
Soon, Vidzone will feature live concerts from some of the biggest musicians around including Iron Maiden, Rihanna, and Coldplay.
IGN has revealed the new Challenge Tower for the upcoming Mortal Kombat. This isn’t your average tower where you make your way through opponents of increasing difficulty though. The new Challenge Tower builds upon the fighting engine and allows you to play the game in different ways never thought possible.
Bulletstorm is a first-person shooter from the Epic Games studio, People Can Fly. It is set in the future, in the 26th Century, in a time when big burly marine-types stroll around alien planets armed …