Article Archive for April 2011
Shang Tsung has been one of the corner stone characters in the Mortal Kombat series since it started way back in 1992. Warner Bros. Games and NetherRealm Studios have released the latest character vignette, this …
The SOCOM franchise has been one of the flagship institutions of the PlayStation brand. To date a total of nine games have been released exclusively on the PS2, PSP and PS3.
The latest addition to the series, SOCOM 4, is set to be released on April 19 in the US and April 22 in the UK. The developers at Zipper Interactive have taken it upon themselves to present the game that they have created in this video.
If you’re a fan of first-person shooters then you’ve likely tested your skills against your fellow gamer online. Yes unloading clips on relative strangers can be quite the fun time out.
For established developer Splash Damage however, Brink represents a revolution in the way players experience the online shooter. Don’t be left behind.
You may have noticed that we’re a little excited for L.A. Noire. Anticipation draws closer to a fever pitch with each release of gameplay footage.
The latest reason to get excited comes by way of the game’s third official trailer centered around Cole Phelps’s tour at the vice desk.
NIS America has announced that Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten will be released September 2011 in North American, with a European release date following shortly later in the fall, dood.
Swarm is the latest game from Canadian developer Hothead Games, and is available now on PSN. The team is also responsible for the Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness and DeathSpank games, all of which have been well received due to their outrageous humour, awesome presentation and fun gameplay; so can Swarm match their quality?
Sonic the Hedgehog turns 20 this year and SEGA has big plans for our little blue friend. They have released a brief teaser trailer for a new Sonic game that’s headed to the PSN and Xbox LIVE later this year.
This week’s PS Store update comes with plenty of content for FPS enthusiasts with the release of the Steel Rain Map Pack for Killzone 3 and the SOCOM: Special Forces multiplayer beta. There’s even a trial and unlock for MAG if you have yet to pickup the game in stores.
Don’t worry if you’re not as trigger happy as everyone else; there’s plenty more available as well.
It seems that Beenox did such a fantastic job with the Spider-Man franchise with the critically acclaimed Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions that they have been given the opportunity to revisit the beloved comic in the forthcoming Spider-Man: Edge of Time.
The latest trailer will shed some light on the recently announced title that will have you swinging through time. Don’t forget the screenshots, they’re amazing. Cue the laugh track.
‘Tis a good week PlayStation fans. Not a great week but more importantly not a barren one either.
Spring Fever 2011 comes to a close with the genre-bending StarDrone and a pair of discounted games that warrant your attention. Downloadable content this week is very Yoostar 2 and Test Drive Unlimited 2 heavy. If you enjoyed Stacking you’ll be pleased to find a brand new DLC pack available for download. As per usual there are plenty of videos, themes and wallpapers to be had. Check it out.
Final Fantasy V is currently in development to be released on the PlayStation Network for the PS3 and PSP, Square Enix announced today.
The game, originally released in 1992 in Japan, follows a group of unlikely heroes as they embark on a journey to save the world after a fallen meteor and a shattered Wind Crystal sends the town of Tycoon into chaos.
What makes Shift 2 different from other racers is that it’s designed entirely from the driver’s perspective and not so much from a car perspective, like say Gran Turismo 5 is.
EA wants you to feel every bump on the road and every head movement. They want you to feel the adrenaline rush of the racing experience, even if it isn’t entirely true-to-life with regards to its driving physics.
Do not come to this post expecting to find a lengthy video, showing all the awesome things that can be done in Saints Row: The Third. You’ll be disappointed (it only shows one awesome thing).
THQ’s trailer is brief, very brief – about two actual seconds of gameplay brief – but it’s also very funny, if you don’t mind a bit of playground humour. It’s definitely worth a watch – it’s not like it’ll take up much of your day.
Earlier this week Capcom confirmed Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, the next installment for the popular franchise. We were given details concerning the long rumored collaboration between Capcom and Slant Six Studios.
Well we think it’s high time everyone got a look at the game. Luckily this teaser was released.
Yes, that’s right; back by popular demand is PS3 Attitude’s PlayTime, in which we reveal what we’ve been up to for the past month. From blockbuster titles to indie games, we’ve been tracking exactly what we’ve been playing throughout March because, believe it or not, we do play games as well as write about them. There’s been a huge amount of highly anticipated games released in the last few weeks, and we’ve played a fair few of them, so let’s get started.
Everyone’s favorite Hollywood stereotype, Johnny Cage, has been punching crotches since 1992. So it should come as no surprise that he’s sticking with the tried and true tactics that have been the source of his longevity.
The latest video released by Neatherrealm Studios shows Johnny being Johnny.
Yesterday Sony Online Entertainment confirmed the rumors that it would be shutting down some of its studios and cancelling its upcoming MMO The Agency in an effort to “reduce costs and streamline its global workforce.”
The games industry is full of interesting people with fascinating stories, right? We hear it so often that it becomes a cliché, but here we have a story that demands attention. It is the story of John Beech, a level designer on Media Molecule’s LittleBigPlanet 2, whose path into the industry was a little different from most.