Article Archive for September 2011
Today PS3 Attitude are pleased to announce a new writer is joining our happy band of volunteers.
As you may know, PS3 Attitude is written not only to provide you with the best PS3-related stories and commentary, but also for good causes. Every ounce of revenue we generate is given to GamesAid, the video game industry charity.
So who is this new recruit?
Just as it did yesterday in North America, The Baconing has arrived on the European store. DeathSpank’s latest expedition isn’t the only game to hit the store this week with 4 Elements HD, Elevator Action Deluxe and TV Superstars following in tow.
Take a look, enjoy the download.
At PS3 Attitude, we’re celebrating the PlayStation Network with our ’20 Days of PSN’ feature. First up; Siren: Blood Curse.
From the very moment we saw the ‘blood lake’ teaser website and worked out that a Siren title was coming to the PS3, we were excited about this game. When it released during the latter part of July 2008 as an episodic PSN download, we weren’t disappointed.
Read on to find out why Siren: Blood Curse is #20 in our Top 20 PSN titles…
PlayStation Network PLAY rolls on with DeathSpank’s next adventure, The Baconing. Furthermore this week also brings the release of 6 additional games including Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection and the creatively titled Ugly Americans: Apocalypseageddon.
Take a look at the videos and see if anything is for you.
The PlayStation Network has come a very long way in the last five years.
Believe it or not, there was a time when merely a handful of games were available on the PlayStation Store, and only a fraction of those were actually worth playing. However, nowadays, Sony’s online service is full to bursting with quality titles that have no doubt had your virtual wallet begging for mercy on more than one occasion.
NBA Jam: On Fire Edition is both the best and worst game you could ever show to someone curious about basketball. It’s the worst because it bears few similarities to the real thing; basketball players don’t ignite, do somersaults or reach insane heights – well, they do jump high, but not that high.
The fact it has arcade sensibilities also makes it a great entry point for beginners. It has that pick up and play appeal, and it’s all about the tricks, spins and dunks — the eye catching stuff that make people go “woo”. There’s no rule book either, so you can foul with impunity. Anyone could play it.