Articles by Brodiesan
Ex-Staff Writer and Assistant Editor. He wrote a really awesome review of Blue Toad Murder Files Eps 4-6 that took AGES but it never got published for reasons unknown. Shame that. :(
Leave no game behind. That’s our motto. The Games of 2009 series may be over but the list is most definitely incomplete. Read on to find out what we’ve decided to do to remedy the situation.
We’ve gathered the troops and rated each and every one of the 222 games currently planned for the PS3 this year. After some voodoo mathematics and some bizarre stares at the results, the cream has truly risen to the top. Check out PS3 Attitude’s Most Wanted Games of 2009.
SOE and PopCap games have announced that a slew of classic casual games will be hittintg the PSNvery soon. Though Bejewled 2 is actually available today in NA (Europe to follow suit shortly), other favourites that include Zuma, Heavy Weapon, and Feeding Frenzy will follow shortly.
The most exciting part of the announcement however is that poplar “peg-themed” title Peggle will also finally see a PSN outing.
With the emergence of pricing and release information ($9.99 / February 12th) along with technical details (200,000 blades of grass animated at the same time), you can expect to see more and more Flower news blossoming over the coming days.
Chris Morell over at the PlayStation blog sat down with Jenova Chen from thatgamecompany and had a chat about the upcoming floral phenomenon.
SouthPeak’s new Section 8 is really shaping up to be something special.
We love the gung-ho attitude of space-marines, so daring and hard-core that they’re named after the military’s term for people who are a tad non compos mentis so to speak. Check the article for some character shots and a certain “call to arms”.
The Koalition have contacted Sony about that whole PS3 playing PS2 games through software emulation rumour. And they got a response.
Looking forward to the first episode of Watchmen: The End is Nigh released to the PSN in March? We sure are. But just how long is each chapter? Thanks to our friends over at PS3Trophies.org, the trophy list offers a glimpse of just how long the first instalment will be.
Videogaming247 has commented on a couple of wonderful (and Japanese only) trailers for SEGA’s Yakuza 3. There are still no plans for a Western release but this footage found over at Gametrailers should have us praying to the Gaming Gods for an English release.
Sucker Punch talk to PSM about their new Sly Cooper games. Yes, that’s right, plural. One of the PS3 and one for the PSP. Both capable of interactiving with each other.
The FFVII Advent Children themed PS3 enters in at #2 on Amazon Japan’s Best Sellers list with the film itself taking the top spot. Expect a bumper week in Japan this week in terms of PS3 sales.
It has begun. Final Fantasy sites start popping up like wild mushrooms. And they’re just as tasty (and may cause psychotropic delusion). Check out the article for links to the new North American version, a European offering and even the Japanese sites for those that are down with the nihongo ga.
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves media blow-out. Eleven screen-shots. Six art pieces. All absolutely beautiful.
UK online store Play includes LittleBigPlanet as part of its Monster Sale. The bargains are only available for so long so act sharpish and be the proud owner of your very own Sackboy.
Ubisoft have a sales call and announce Assassin’s Creed 2, Ghost Recon sequel and more. Check out the full article for what Ubisoft has planned in 2009.
The last in our four part series (and flagrantly late – sorry about that) we take a look at the Games of 2009 from the end of the alphabet. Team Ico’s project, Uncharted 2, The Witcher – there’s some good ones in here people.
The EU store continues to be treated like the black sheep of the family with the much heralded “one approval process for all regions” still nowhere to be seen. Read on for details of why, sometimes, it’s not good to be European.
Dylan Jobe, director of Warhawk, reveals in a Twitter post that he has presented his new game to Sony. Could it be the fabled Warhawk sequel or was it something completely new? And did Sony like it? Read on for our impressions.
New tracks announced for Rock Band and this time there’s an undead flavour to one of them. Check the post for some new tracks from Steve Miller Band, Godsmack, Belly, Rob Zombie and others.
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin demo will be available to all PSN users next week. The demo features the city of Auburn now laid waste after Alma’s little hissy fit in the first game. The full game launches in just over three weeks so the demo should convince those on the fence whether or not F.E.A.R. is worthy of a purcahse. Or not.