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Our good friends over at Gamezine have a mammoth interview coming up next week with ex-Guerrilla Games employee and Killzone 2 screenwriter Iain Howe.
In preparation for the full article, Gamezine have released a teaser today for your delectation.
It has been some time since the PlayStation 3 was graced with any kind of flight action game.
Now the balance has been redressed with the arrival of a new title in the Tom Clancy franchise.
So does Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. – which for the purposes of saving our fingers will be simply called HAWX from now on – reach for the sky? Or is it just SAM fodder?
We’ve gone behind the scenes of Killzone 2 with Guerrilla Games to reveal some of the secret features and development tricks used to create the best FPS title on the PlayStation 3.
If you ever wondered how they made those amazing weapons (the answer isn’t what you would expect) or what secrets are behind some of the more ‘obscure’ characters, now is your chance to find out…
With a PSN game available and the movie being marketed inside Home like the end is nigh, Watchmen has had a fair amount of exposure across our favourite console platform.
Friend of the site and movie reviewer Cleric20 of Dark Matters has given us the inside scoop on whether you ought to be watching the Watchmen, or if the silver-screen version of one of the most celebrated novels of all time (graphic or otherwise) dies a super-hero death.
LittleBigPlanet got another update this morning. Version 1.10 of our favourite create-em-up was made available for download.
So what do you get for your 22Mb upgrade?
What have we come to expect from the winners of our Best DLC award in 2008? Great DLC, that’s what.
Hot on the heels of the awesome Legendary Cars Pack are the wacky Toy Cars that we can’t wait to get our hands on.
Just like everyone else, including Jonathan Blow himself, we were most interested to see yet another ‘Braid coming to PSN’ rumour appear at News 4 Gamers (N4G) recently.
As you may know we don’t do speculation here at PS3 Attitude, so we got in touch with Jonathan to get the official word from the developer himself. The short answer – ‘no’.
The full response is much more colourful…
Guerrilla have already spotted that a number of players have been setting up games where real players take on an army of low-end bots in order to increase their experience points artificially.
The Edinburgh Interactive Festival today confirmed that Nintendo has become a partner of this yearâ€™s event. Taking place in the heart of Edinburgh between 10th and 16th August 2009, with the Conference running on 13th and 14th, Edinburgh Interactive combines industry and public facing events, including conference, screenings, free game play and Protoplay, the University of Abertayâ€™s showcase of new games design talent.
Sony have announced a number of upper-management changes today that include Sir Howard Stringer taking over as President of the company.
In addition, Sony have announced two new business groups, one of which sees the gaming division merge with the Vaio PC division. This new group is to be headed up by Kaz Hirai, whilst the second group will look after consumer electronics such as TVs and cameras.
In what we hope will be the last Killzone 2 review you have to read, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about the game that was four years in the making.
So did Killzone 2 arrive just in time for the PlayStation 3, or has the hype train missed the station?
GamesAid, the video game industry charity and the organisation we support at PS3 Attitude, announced a milestone today.
Since October 2008 they have raised a staggering Â£125,000 for children and young people in need, and for that we take our hats off to them.
We feel quite close to Noby Noby Boy here at PS3 Attitude. Catching our first glance of what Takahashi-san had up his creative sleeve back in October 2007, we’ve been intrigued ever since.
Now that Noby Noby Boy has been unleashed on the unsuspecting public, what will draw people to want to try out Keita Takahashi’s community playground?
Viral marketing – that’s what.
In this week’s Cell Yell we ask you, our wonderful readers, to tell us which book should be made into a game – and why…
In our first ever Cell Yell – the feature that sees our readers become the stars of the show – we asked you for five words that describe the PlayStation 3.
What did we do with the results?
Remember the Burnout Paradise Legendary Cars pack we told you about?
Well you won’t have to wait very long before you can get your hands on the wheel of a DeLorean doppelganger, as Criterion will be launching the much-anticipated DLC this Thursday.
Subscribers to PlayStation Official Magazine UK were treated today to an exclusive review of Resident Evil 5. The verdict? 8 out of 10.
As you would expect, they pick up on the fact that RE5 is all about ‘panicked crisis management’ – balancing your inventory with your immediate requirements as hordes of zombie types try to end your life in unique and interesting ways.
The Edinburgh Interactive Festival 2009, or EIF 09 for short, will be in full swing once again this summer.
PS3 Attitude are teaming up with the people behind this year’s event to ensure you get all the juicy news, and we’re starting today with details of the dates and a video summary of how EIF 08 was received…
Welcome to Cell Yell, a new regular feature at PS3 Attitude where you, our wonderful readers, are the stars of the show.
In this week’s Cell Yell we want you to tell us, via our comments system, the following…