Article Archive for February 2012
Since its first release in 2009, the UFC Undisputed franchise has been at the very forefront of stellar fighting game experiences on the PlayStation 3. This week sees the release of the third game in the mixed martial arts series, after an almost unprecedented two year hiatus; so, has UFC Undisputed 3 been worth the wait for MMA fans?
Epic Quest is an upcoming table for Zen Pinball featuring knights, princesses, and numerous monster who will attack our hero Max without hesitation. Best of all, there’s an RPG element to the table that allows your character to level up with experience, equipment, and magic spells.
You might be thinking, “How could this possibly work in a pinball game?” Well, we’re giving away three (3) U.S. vouchers for Epic Quest so you can find out for yourselves.
Before you know it, February 22nd will be here and you’ll be walking into your favorite neighborhood gaming establishment/warehouse retailer to pick up your very own PlayStation Vita.
In case you’re wondering what to do next with said Vita, we’ve got the complete launch lineup of games available for purchase right when you power it on.
PQube today announced a 22 February UK release date for BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend, meaning Arc System Works’ hardcore fighting series will be ready to bolster PS Vita’s already impressive launch line-up.
Soulcalibur is back with the sixth entry in the series. Can Soulcalibur V, with its new customisation features and reworked gameplay, excite old fans and entice new ones? Read on to find out the PS3 Attitude verdict…
In anticipation of the epic release of the epic conclusion to the epic Mass Effect series, BioWare has released a pack of new trailers into the wild.
There are plenty of new details revealed here including some never-before-seen enemies types. Have a look and let us know what you think.
It is within the realm of possibility that you may not find anything to your liking on the store this week but it isn’t likely. This week European PS3 enthusiasts are granted access to a veritable cornucopia of content. There’s Shank2 and Gotham City Impostors and Catherine and The Simpsons Arcade Game and so on and so forth.
Other highlights include a fist full of minis, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning DLC and a PSP sale to celebrate the system that is soon to be obsolete.
Have a look, eh?
This is the kind of week that makes you glad to have access to the PlayStation Store. A total of 10 games are making their debut on our beloved store, making up for past weeks which were quite , shall we say light on new games.
The Simpsons Arcade Game, featured in every respectable pizza establishment in the 90’s, as well as Shank 2 share the spotlight this week. Also there’s good news for gamers who would like to spend more money on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning as a host of DLC is now available.
Have a look won’t you?
We thought we’d take a break from time travelling and monster collecting, to share our unboxing of Final Fantasy XIII-2’s Crystal Edition. This edition is currently sold out in most retailers, and consequently is very difficult to track down, but PS3 Attitude managed to get hold of one by using our unparalleled powers of persuasion (well, actually we just pre-ordered it).
Epic Quest is set to bring a new standard to the pinball genre by incorporating RPG elements into the table, announced Zen Studios.
The sequel to the much criticised Final Fantasy XIII is trying to steer the series back towards its roots, but has Square Enix done enough to reclaim its lost fans, those who were left alienated by Final Fantasy XIII’s never-ending corridor?
Sony has named current Executive Deputy President Kazuo Hirai as the next President and CEO of the company, taking over the position from Howard Stringer.
Yet again the PlayStation Store brings us another beta to behold. This week PlayStation gamers in the PAL territories get a crack at Sweet Tooth in Twisted Metal.
Other highlights include the Gotham City Impostors beta, a banner week for PlayStation Plus and a demo for Syndicate. There’s plenty to find, you just got to find it.
Have a look, won’t you?
With the Vita’s release right around the corner news has broke concerning the pricing structure for games downloaded, in lieu of physical retail purchase, in the United States.
Let’s just say you may want to pony up for a bigger memory stick.
You may have guessed that Martin Sheen is returning to reprise his role as The Illusive Man, but what role will former teen heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr. play?
BioWare released a special video today giving fans a rundown of all of the voice talent team assembled for Mass Effect 3.
Headlining the store update this week is a little game called Puddle, a free-flowing game, physics-based puzzler which will inevitably take you through gardens, foundries and the human body.
Other highlights include a trio of full PS3 games and Mini Ninjas.
Check it out.