Article Archive for November 2012
Rockstar Games has released the much anticipated second trailer for Grand Theft Auto V. In the trailer, we get a good look at the games three playable characters; Michael, Trevor, and Franklin. In typical GTA fashion, there’s plenty of fast cars, gunfire, and “extracurricular activities” in Los Santos.
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN titles from respected long running franchises as well as indie gems, and minis for days. Jump inside and see what’s new.
When Need For Speed Most Wanted came out at the end of October, there was only the PS Plus exclusive timed trial for you to try if the top of a fence was your thing. Two weeks later EA has finally unleashed the official demo bringing with it a couple neat features. Are you ready to give it a trial?
First announced at E3, Sony has revealed that PlayStation Plus will be coming to the PS Vita next week on November 19th alongside system update 2.00. Like the PS3, the Vita version of Plus will have its own Instant Game Collection that will include Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, and more.
Come join us once a week where we prove that our spare time isn’t entirely consumed by pounding away at a keyboard, but also by mashing the buttons of our DualShock 3s and Vitas. What games have we been playing? What cool adventures have we been on? It’s PlayTime!
UK developer Big Head Games is no stranger to the PlayStation Network. They’re the talented team behind 2008’s puzzler Elefunk and 2012’s International Snooker. Big Head Games’ latest title is ZooZooGo!, a new twist on the classic match 3 puzzle games.
PS3 Attitude had the chance to talk with Dave Vout, Director at Big Head Games, where he gives us the rundown on ZooZooGo! and what it’s like developing for PlayStation Mobile.
While some franchises simply refuse to go away, others seriously struggle to make the leap into multi-game territory. This can be for a number of reasons, but usually comes down to poor sales, regardless of how popular the game is among those who played it. This week, we’ve been discussing the likelihood of whether or not we’ll see a sequel to five of our favourite PS3 games.
Developed by Climax and Sony’s XDev studio, Smart As is a brand new puzzle game, most easily described as the Vita’s answer to Nintendo’s Brain Age series. Don’t hold that against it though, because Smart As is far more than a lazy clone of a six year old game. The title uses all the console’s features to create an experience that is only possible on Vita; but is it worth buying?
To celebrate the imminent releases of LittleBigPlanet Karting and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, SCEE is currently running a couple of massive sales on the PlayStation Store. With literally dozens of discounts on both racing games and some of the most popular franchises on PlayStation 3, it’s easy for the great deals to get lost amongst the not-so-great deals. Never fear though, as PS3 Attitude is on hand with our picks of the titles you’d be mad to miss out on.
With just over a month since the release of PlayStation Mobile for Vita and PlayStation certified Android devices, PS3 Attitude took the opportunity to chat with Damien Cerri, Director at Beatnik Games, about Samurai Beatdown. We’re given the origins story of the developer as well as their launch PSM game.
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN titles from respected long running franchises as well as indie gems, and PS Classics for days.
With Assassin’s Creed III just hitting retail shelves, Ubisoft has announced the Assassin’s Creed Anthology for gamers who have yet to jump on the templar bandwagon. The collection will include all five games in the franchise as well as their respective DLC and will be available only in the UK. Sorry North America, this collection isn’t for you.
The North American PlayStation Store has officially been refreshed.
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN …
Come join us once a week where we prove that our spare time isn’t entirely consumed by pounding away at a keyboard, but also by mashing the buttons of our DualShock 3s and Vitas. What …
Awesome racing/puzzle/shooter/music game Dyad was released exclusively on PSN way back in July; at least, it was if you live in North America, while European gamers have been waiting nearly four months now. Therefore, it’s extremely exciting to be able to say that the title is finally coming to Europe tomorrow.
In what can only be described as a genius move by the UK retailer, GAME has announced that they will soon be offering reward points for PSN Trophies and Xbox Achievements, as part of their newly revamped loyalty card scheme.
Today, Crytek and EA have announced a pre-order deal for advancing your payment to the pair for the third game in the Crysis series. Crysis 3 is scheduled for release in February 2013, with pre-orders netting a download of the first Crysis game on PSN. Have you pre-ordered Crysis 3 yet?
Portal 2 becomes digitally downloadable on 6 November, with an exlusive 30% off discount for PS Plus subscribers. Portal 2 In Motion DLC will also be available on 6 November for $9.99, and 30% off for Plus subscribers. Will this entice you to play Portal 2 on PS3 again?