Articles by DolphGB
Editor-in-Chief, Founder and all-round Big Cheese at PS3 Attitude. Despite it not having a sound chip of any description, I once wrote a working music creation application for the ZX-81...
You asked us for more competitions, and boy are we gonna give them to you!
Here’s a reminder of the first competition in the 2009 giveaway schedule. There is still time to enter before the winner is chosen this Sunday.
It is not often that we receive something in the post that leaves us mildly baffled, but this morning was one of those times.
A postcard arrived with a picture of Venice on the front. The rear of the postcard contains none of the usual ‘wish you were here’ drivel that most postcards around the world carry; in fact it carries no text at all. The postmark is clearly from Central Milan, not Venice.
Then we started to notice something recognisable within the picture that gave the game away…
TikGames and Creat Studios are bringing more content to their three most recent PSN titles from April 16th.
Magic Ball, Mahjong Tales: Ancient Wisdom and Cuboid will all gain add-on DLC packs over the next few weeks, the first being 25 all-new levels for Magic Ball.
We just received word that ThreeSpeech, the semi-official UK/EU PlayStation 3 blog, will be closing their doors on April 17th.
The change is to make way for a new EU Official PS Blog along the lines of the much-lauded US site, and whilst we love that site with a passion it is sad to see ThreeSpeech moving on…
PSU got their hands on the first proper trailer for Data-Fly, the Origo Games title that was heavily teased last month.
Origo also launched a teaser website in March with a countdown clock that is due to end at midnight (UK time) tonight, so this is a likely precursor to other Data-Fly announcements and media.
Whatever information Origo continue to release over the next day, we can’t deny the game is looking very intriguing…
LittleBigPlanet, which has seen the production of over 500,000 user-created levels in just the few short months it has been available, now has an Official YouTube Channel.
It has been a long time since our last PS3-related April Fools Roundup – a year to be precise!
Back then we brought your attention to a console version of World of Warcraft, motorbikes in GT5: Prologue and a $150 PS3 that has no Blu-ray drive.
What foolishness did we uncover today?
Every year at GDC a poker tournament is held in aid of charity, and this year was no exception.
According to the event host, ISM Agency, the poker tournament raised $17,000 for the Starlight Children’s Foundation.
Twitter time again folks.
Just what madness did the PS3 Attitude Twitter team get up to over the last seven days? From chats with Dylan Jobe to Killzone clan details, it’s been a busy week.
Did Brodiesan also claim to be sick of fawning to developers while performing interviews!? And is DolphGB challenging PETA to an all out bout of fisticuffs? The things you find on Twitter these days…
In the April 2009 edition of Revolution Magazine, a publication dedicated to delivering the latest news and coverage within the online marketing sector, Kunal Dutta explores Atari’s rebirth and their vision for online gaming.
With Atari having recently sold off their distribution arm, the former goliath behind the likes of Pong, Space Invaders and Asteroids are moving quickly towards a fully online business model.
Guerrilla Games have detailed a forthcoming patch for Killzone 2 that fixes a number of issues.
In addition to the bug fixes, a post over at the US PlayStation Forums also explains some of the items GG have on their list for future patches…
Every now and then it is good for us to exhibit some of the ‘attitude’ that the name of the site represents.
Following PETA’s recent comments with regard to the dogs in Call of Duty: World at War, now is one of those times…
God of War III? Check.
Gameplay footage? Check.
Handheld camera? Check.
Nothing more to report – just enjoy!
As another teaser site hits the Internet, this time for The King of Fighters XII, we thought it would be useful to bring you up-to-date on one of the (wrongly) less celebrated fight-em-up franchises available.
You see, this particular member of the PS3 Attitude team has had a bit of a thing for KoF over the years…
There are no two ways about it. The Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas X is big. Really big.
Having a sizeable peripheral could be seen as a boon or a millstone. If size is important to you, if lengthy and vaguely pornographic product names appeal and if having something substantial in both your hands when you play is important, you’re going to love the T.Flight Hotas X.
Thankfully, those aren’t the only things going for this mammoth device…
The Edinburgh Interactive Festival today confirmed that Gamestation will be the official retail partner for this year’s event.
Gamestation, one of the fastest growing retailers of video and computer games in the UK, confirmed its support for the public event and conference which will take place in Edinburgh between 10th and 16th August 2009.
The stage was set for our first Beat The Team session of 2009 on Saturday evening.
The game: Killzone 2; a 4-on-4 game in Radec Academy
The challenge: A clan battle with ThreeSpeech Regulars (TSR), who had battled Guerrilla Games two days earlier
The result: read on…
Another week, another Twitterfest. Here are all the usual random musings, links and great people you should follow on Twitter, courtesy of our weekly tweet digest – enjoy!
Here is our first weekly Twitter feed digest, full of links to people you should follow and random musings from the various members of the PS3 Attitude Twitter Team.