Article Archive for July 2012
The first six months of the year are always quiet due to publishers holding back their big guns to catch the Christmas bonanza. However, at this stage of the generation, doubts begin to creep into our minds and we find ourselves closely monitoring the games industry, furiously checking for a pulse.
Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad fills a niche in console rally racing with superstar associations. What with the premature passing of Colin McRae in 2007 and the DiRT series having gone down a more destructive path for Showdown, it looks like Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad doesn’t have much competition.
Street Fighter X Tekken for Vita is getting a bit of a marketing push with the latest video to come from Capcom. In it we are introduced with some enhanced functionality and exclusive features prone to be included in many recent Vita releases. Are you ready to wait for a release date announcement before you can be ready to wait for another Street Fighter re-release?
Well, this is a surprise! In an interview with Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, Hideo Kojima has confirmed that, after four years, a trophy patch is in the works for PS3-exclusive Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.
Assassin’s Creed is the next series to be given the big screen treatment as revealed by Variety.
Michael Fassbender, best known for his portrayal as Magneto in X-Men: First Class, may be donning the AC trademark hood as Altaïr.
The third best sport on the planet (behind soccer and curling) has its digital doppelganger coming out today. NCAA Football 13 from EA Sports makes its annual return to the gridiron looking to fix a few errors and add some new features to the mix for veteran players.
Capcom has recently announced in a press release that they will be in San Diego, California at Comic-Con 2012 Thursday, 12 July through Saturday, 15 July. Capcom will makes its presence know with several playable demos for all of their big E3 reveals and several panels scheduled throughout each day. Want to know how to get a job in the gaming industry as told by Capcom?
Team PS3 Attitude is always diligent in writing the magical posts you enjoy reading so much. And while everyone is working hard, everyone tries to play equally as hard. Read on to find out what we’ve been playing this past week?
Rainbow Moon is a PSN-exclusive retro RPG from German developer SideQuest Studios, the creators of tough-as-nails shoot ‘em up Söldner-X. Sticking with their hardcore roots, the studio’s latest release is about as deep as RPGs can get, boasting a complex battle system, tons of quests to complete, and a huge world to explore; but is Rainbow Moon a world worth exploring?
Although you wouldn’t know it from the atrocious British weather, it is actually summer now, so PS3 Attitude has been thinking about gaming worlds that we’d rather not holiday in. Videogames and hellish environments often go hand in hand, so we certainly had our work cut out in narrowing it down to just five locations!
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will be coming out on both the PS3 and the Vita on October 23rd in North America and on October 25th in most of Europe, Sony announced on the PlayStation.Blog. Those of you who pre-order the game will receive alternate costumes for all of the characters as well.
Lightning already defied expectations once by striking twice, and if comments from Final Fantasy XIII and XIII-2 director, Motomu Toriyama, are anything to go by, she may well strike again.
Namco Bandai Games has revealed JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure All-Star Battle based on the long-running JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga.
CyberConnect2, who have had much experience developing anime style games, will be developing it. Their previous works include several Naruto and .hack games and the brilliant Asura’s Wrath.
SEGA has announced that the longtime fan favorite SEGA Saturn game NiGHTS into dreams… will be re-released as an HD remake on the PSN, Xbox LIVE, and PC later this fall. Like Sonic, the NiGHTS franchise is considered one of SEGA’s greats.
Marvel vs. Capcom Origins brings together both Marvel Super Heroes and the original Marvel vs Capcom: Clash of the Super Heroes to the PSN and Xbox Live later this September, Capcom announced today.
The Hitman: Absolution Deluxe Professional Edition has been revealed by Square Enix.
It’s contains all the content from the previously announced Professional Edition but now includes a stylish, caricature version of Agent 47 in 10″ vinyl statue form.
The 4th of July has become a great day for discounts and sales for brick and mortar stores, big box retailers, and more recently online digital distribution. Are you interesting in saving some money during your PlayStation Store visit?
Winners of the Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time design contest have officially been announced for Europe. Still waiting on the outcome of the contest in North America. Want to see what you may have won?
Criterion, who made the brilliant Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit back in 2012 and are currently making Most Wanted, have now been given total control of the entire NFS series.
After the disappointment of Black Box’s The Run, this is probably a good thing.