Article Archive for May 2012
If you’re at all familiar with iD software you already know their job is not to predict the future of the PS3, instead they plan to be a part of it by releasing Doom 3 BFG Edition. Turn the lights off and crank the sound, this will be one hell of a shootout.
The UK can call itself king of video games now, after Cyanide Studio and Focus Home Interactive have officially announced Pro Cycling Manager 2012 for PS3. The definitive cycling simulation series, say that 10 times fast, has had a couple years of PC experience and the Tour de France 2011 affair on PS3. This cycling trip will cost you much less than a real road bike, although won’t promise to get you off the couch.
Okami was met with commercial failure. Despite glowing reviews from all over the place, people just didn’t seem to buy it at the time of release. However, Okami has remained a cult hit and a …
From NetherRealm Studios, the creators of Mortal Kombat, comes their next one-on-one fighting game featuring the heroes and villains of DC Comics. Injustice: Gods Among Us brings together Batman, Superman and many others in an all out brawl that’ll leave the world in rubble.
This slick third-person shooter from Rockstar is the latest instalment in a series which began in 2001. The first two games were developed by Remedy Entertainment, but the Max Payne series is now in the hands of Bully developer Rockstar Vancouver.
Capcom-Unity posted some disappointing news today. Fate/Unlimited Codes for PSP has been diagnosed with acute “expiring digital license” and its fate on the PS Store is limited to 12 June. Until then, the PSP digital download is on sale for $9.99.
Will you buy Fate/Unlimited Codes before its perishes into nothingness?
Announced just today, Spy Hunter will find itself refreshed and rebooted on the PS Vita this fall. A classic vehicular shooter like Spy Hunter will serve itself nicely amongst the lack of classic reboots offered up for the Vita thus far.
If you were one of the people who disliked the changes in Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One, then you’ll love this. Insomniac Games announced today that Ratchet and Clank: QForce (or Ratchet and Clank: Full …
Hot of the heels of Zen Studios’ announcement of KickBeat comes another game from the famed pinball studio titled CastleStorm. Set for a digital distribution release in 2012, CastleStorm combines tower defense warfare with the ability to construct your own castle for use in the battlefield.
Hitman Absolution will be showcased at E3 next week and IO Interactive and Square Enix have teased his upcoming appearance with a new “Attack of the Saints” trailer. Featuring a specialized ICA wetworks team known as ‘The Saints,’ the trailer shows us just why Agent 47 is the original assassin.
The second Mortal Kombat tips and tricks video direct from NetherRealm Studios has been released. They managed to politely assume everyone is having difficulty with the Vita exclusive gameplay elements. And just in case they were right, we’ve included the first tips and tricks video as well as the new one, all in one place for your viewing pleasure.
Unbelievably, it’s been more than a year and a half since the release of Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I in October 2010. Since then, there has certainly been no shortage of Sonic titles, including the better-than-expected Sonic Generations and a re-release of long-forgotten gem, Sonic CD. The question is, with so many other Sonic games to choose from, has Episode II been worth the wait?
The PS3 Attitude team is always hard at work writing the fabulous posts you enjoy reading so much. So how do we find the time to play the games we love? We do find time, we must. But wouldn’t you rather find out what we’ve been playing?
Insomniac Games has officially released the full trophy list for the HD remakes of Ratchet & Clank, Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando, and Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal for all you budding trophy collectors.
Two weeks ago saw the release of the last batch of Final Fantasy XIII-2 DLC, including a fifth alternate outfit each for Serah and Noel, a bunch of costumes for Mog and, most interestingly, two new story episodes. So, has Square Enix saved the best until last?
YouTube has played host, literally, to many very entertaining shows. Battlefield Friends is a relatively new video series aimed to poke a bit of fun at Battlefield 3 online with each of their videos. The newest of which sheds some light on the reality of playing on a privately rented Battlefield 3 server and the admins who play god.
Indie game developers Boss Baddie and VooFoo Studios have teamed up with publisher Ripstone to bring twin-stick shooter Big Sky: Infinity to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, having only been previously on PC.
The old school Dreamcast favourite, Jet Set Radio, is coming to PS Vita. A PS3 version was announced back in February, but SEGA can now confirm that there will also be a handheld version with additional features.
VooFoo Studios’ Pure Chess is making its North American debut on the PlayStation Store next week, and we’re giving away vouchers to both the PS3 and PS Vita versions of the game. Want to get your hands on the most “pure chess experience as you can get?” Here’s how…