Article Archive for June 2011
Also announced during Sony’s E3 press conference was a new PlayStation Move title, Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest, which is developed by Zindagi Games, the team behind Sports Champions.
Call of Duty used to shock gamers with its nuclear sized surprises and intense, action-packed gameplay; however, the series has become very formulaic, due to the number of sequels and the dead-end nature of escalation.
Everyone knows what to expect from Modern Warfare 3: you’ll face more soldiers, get knocked over by more blasts, be funnelled down more corridors and there’ll be even more on-rails sections. It’s so predictable, but people still get excited about new Call of Duty games, including us. That’s just the CoD phenomenon.
During their E3 conference, Sony announced that both God of War PSP games, Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta, will be fully remastered in HD, and released as the God of War Origins Collection for the PS3.
Square Enix have released a brand new Final Fantasy XIII-2 trailer for E3, which reveals possible plot and character details about the sequel to one of last year’s best-selling games.
Sly Cooper 4 has been rumoured for a couple of years now, but Sony have finally given platformer fans the news they’ve been waiting for, with the announcement of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time.
During Sony’s E3 conference, Ken Levine, Creative Director at Irrational Games, took to the stage to announce that the PlayStation 3 version of BioShock Infinite will include Move functionality.
Tomb Raider’s pre-E3 CG trailer showed us a new Lara and a bold new direction for the series. It still looks like an adventure game, but it now has more than a strong element of survival horror about it, and from what we’ve seen so far, it gives the series an edge it hasn’t had for years.
It’s been rumoured for a while, but it was finally announced during Sony’s E3 conference that DUST 514 will be released exclusively on the PlayStation 3.
Q-Games, the development studio behind the PixelJunk series, has announced its latest venture, PixelJunk SideScroller.
We have a release date for Mass Effect 3, budget your vacation time accordingly.
The Sony press conference, aka the big one, is about to begin. Join us as we chat to you straight from the show floor.We’ll try our best not to drool too much over Starhawk, Uncharted 3 and all the other big games that we’re expecting to see, but be warned, though: there will be some drooling. It’s in our genetic make-up. So, sorry.
We all know Battlefield 3 will look and play great. It’s not news, so EA had no right to stun us as much as they did with their trailers at E3.
SSX has dropped more than its Deadly Descents working title recently, with successive characters being thrown on to a snowy peak every time the SSX Facebook page gains enough Likes.
For EA’s E3 Conference, that character was Kaori.
E3 is now officially in full swing after that storming EA conference. How can Ubisoft possibly compete with that? It may not be possible, but they’re going to give it their best shot.
E3 has officially arrived and we’re coming to you live from the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles where Electronic Arts is about to kick off their press conference. What’s on the agenda for today? We know for sure that Star Wars: The Old Republic, Battlefield 3, Madden NFL 12 and Mass Effect 3 will all make an appearance. Word on the internet is that Insomniac Games will be revealing their new multiplatform title as well.
Red Faction: Armageddon’s Geo-Mod 2.0 engine lets you turn buildings into rubble and pull rocks away from cavern walls, for the sole purpose of crushing your enemy. It’d be a waste, then, if all you were up against was dull, boring humans. This situation calls for aliens, prehistoric aliens.
With inFamous 2 drawing ever closer, the urge to play it grows increasingly hard to control. But what has changed since the first game? PS3 Attitude finds out.
Once the PlayStation Store got to once again sample the oh so sweet taste of updates it couldn’t control its thirst for new content.
All of the content we missed during the outage is pouring out of the store. The dam has broken. Let the flood begin.
Welcome Back content is currently available but beware of downloading stipulations. For instance be sure to click through the ‘Welcome Back’ banner instead of heading straight for the games of your choosing. Unless of course you don’t like free games.
Summer is officially here for the majority of us and that means BBQs, pool parties, and heat waves. There’s also this little thing called E3 that’s right around the corner. Raptr has kicked off their one of its biggest promotions yet with Summer of Raptr where users will have the chance to win over $25,000 worth of games, consoles, and gear from E3 2011.