Article Archive for July 2012
Many industry professionals have said that Dyad is a tricky game to describe, before simply going on to quote the developer’s description. On the contrary, I happen to think it’s easy to describe Dyad. The only problem is, will my description be easy to follow?
Rock Band Blitz will be available to download on the PlayStation Network for $14.99 on August 28, Harmonix announced today.
Taking the Rock Band franchise in a new direction, Blitz features notes laid across five lanes and requires players to match as many of them as possible with the controller to score the most points. That’s right, Rock Band Blitz doesn’t need a fancy music instrument peripheral to be played. You’re regular controller will do just fine.
When you think of Mad Catz, the chances are you probably think of fight sticks, turbo controllers and other hardcore peripherals. It’s less likely that you will think of Mad Catz as a games publisher, but the company is branching out into publishing these days.
On Friday 13 July, PS3 Attitude went along to the Mad Catz Unveiled community event at the Penthouse on Leicester Square, London.
It was an enjoyable event, attended by lots of fans. It showcased the company’s latest hardware and there were competitions with excellent prizes up for grabs.
Those who pre-order the upcoming Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition will also gain access to an exclusive Battlefield 4 beta, EA announced today.
While this is the first official announcement of Battlefield 4, don’t expect the game anytime soon. The beta is scheduled for fall 2013, nearly a year after Medal of Honor Warfighter’s October release date. Still, is it worth the pre-order knowing that you’ll have first access when the beta does come out?
The writers of PS3 Attitude are not only really good at writing but claim to be quality gamers as well. A challenge to do when work consume them. And while everyone is working hard, everyone tries to play hard. Find out what games merit the unique PlayTime of the PS3 Attitude staff.
Sonic Adventure 2, one of the most popular 3D Sonic games, is finally coming to PSN as Sega announce it at the Sonic Boom event during the San Diego Comic-Con.
SuperBot have announced that Sony favourites Cole MacGrath and Jak and Daxter will be playable characters in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
It seems that Daxter will be an extension of Jak’s move list rather than being a separate playable character but we don’t think anybody expected any different considering that the furry fuzzball is happy to let Jak do the fighting.
Alongside Sonic, and the recently announced Danica Patrick and Joe Musashi, comes Wreck-It Ralph ready to transform his video game based movie presence into a real video game appearance. Wreck-It Ralph is the starring antagonist of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ next full length animated theatrical release of which bears the same name in both the movie and the fictional video game. Is Sega overdoing it a little with all the cross advertising of video game characters?
UnoTelly UnoDNS products is a VPN service that allows your PS3 to pretend to be in a different country to the one it is really in.
On a PS3 if you try to use the US TV services, such as VUDU or Hulu while logged in to your US account, you’ll be faced with a message explaining that you’re not allowed to see that content. This is where UnoTelly comes into play. So, is it any good and how does it work? And what else do you need to consider?
At San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, David Cage made up a panel alongside Ellen Page and a new face to discuss Beyond: Two Souls.
During the session, the three answered questions from the audience on a variety of topics related to the making of the game.
I’ve taken over High Moon Studios, the current developers of the Transformers games, though my game will feature much more ass kicking, bloodshed and much more awesome.
I hope they manage to get my witty, cocky attitude across and put my spectacular physique to good use.
Naughty Dog and PlayStation have revealed a stunning new cinematic from The Last of Us titled ‘Bill’s Safe House’.
Keeping true to what we expect from Naughty Dog, it looks spectacular and is set to be an immersive, unique experience that every gamer should play.
From tiny outfits that provide no more protection than dental floss, to massive armour that even Chuck Norris would struggle walking in, it has to be said that costumes in videogames often look pretty ridiculous. We could have picked five games at random for this list and they’d still have been relevant, but these are the characters we chose in the end (after we picked them at random).
I’m not usually one for predictions, but I believe Assassin’s Creed 3 will not only be one of the best games of the series but also one of the best of the year.
Today Ubisoft dropped an awesome developer walkthrough that takes you through one of the game’s newest locales: Boston.
After a little controversy, the wonderful folks at Square Enix have gotten their groove back and put out a pretty awesome video for Hitman: Absolution. In it, two of the developers take us through an almost 18-minute gameplay walkthrough.
Housemarque, developers of Outland and Super Stardust HD, are teaming up with Rovio to bring Angry Birds to the PS3 complete with PS Move support.
Fresh from Comic-Con comes a new trailer for Injustice: Gods Among Us and it reveals the two newest characters to join NetherRealm Studios’ upcoming DC fighter, Nightwing and Cyborg.
In November, the Ratchet & Clank series will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, Sony has released The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy, which is now available in Europe and features HD versions of the three original PS2 games on one Blu-Ray disc. But with four games in the franchise already available on PS3, is it worth going back to see where it all started?