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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...
We’re almost done with this year’s PS3 Attitude Awards nominations. Just two more categories need to be decided, and right now is your chance to choose the game that had the best music or sound.
Will you go for high volume tracks or subtle sound effects? Is the winner a blockbuster, or a sleeping giant? It’s all up to you…
Just a few days behind SCEA, SCEE have now changed their official site and you can link your old PlayStation Europe account to the new, PSN integrated version.
We’re close to wrapping up the votes for all categories in our PS3 Attitude Awards this year, but it is not quite over yet.
Today we are asking you to choose the game that had the best graphics. Will you go for ultra real, or for cartoon-like elegance?Tha choice is yours…
Here’s a quick and courteous note to ask you to visit the people who help PS3 Attitude raise funds for worthy charities…
Curious about how the forthcoming Wireless Keypad works? Good – so are we.
Thankfully, Sony have put together this rather swish video showing you how it all comes together.
In our continuing search for the PS3 Attitude Awards winners, here is your chance to choose the best downloadable content (DLC) title.
Which game has had the best add-ons this year? What game kept you coming back for more time and time again? Vote now; the winner is in your hands…
Yesterday, the US got an early PS Store update courtesy of Thanksgiving.
But they’re not the only region to get an early PS Store update this week.
The UKâ€™s official National Videogame Archive (NVA) has received their first donations of historic videogaming peripherals from Sony and Harmonix.
Donated at this yearâ€™s GameCity festival in Nottingham SCEE has given the NVA the very first EyeToy camera prototype and Harmonix has given a prototype drum kit and guitar from Rock Band.
The nominations for the PS3 Attitude Awards continue this week and next up are the PS Store titles vying for the number one position.
So which digitally distributed title gets your vote?
In a new regular feature, shamelessly ripped off from the weekly Reading List at the Official PlayStation Blog, we answer one important question; What Did PS3 Attitude Read This Week? – or WDPS3ARTW? (catchy, huh?)…
Following the recent tradition of revealing new Burnout Paradise news every Friday, Criterion have announced their latest addition to the car roster – the Carson Extreme Hotrod.
Details are skant at present, since the car is due for release in 2009, but we do know a few things about it already. And the sheer speed of this thing is one of those things we know.
The PS3 Attitude Awards categories continue with the Best New IP – those new franchises that our beloved game developers have created in the last 12 months.
So which title stole your heart? Which game will take home the prize? You decide…
Prince of Persia is due to hit shelves in Europe on 5th December, and Ubisoft have just revealed a stack of bonus material if you pre-order from Play.com.
With the news that Chad Kroeger of Nickelback is blaming ‘rhythm action games’ for the lack of new US rock talent, your friendly PS3 Attitude conducted an independant survey amongst US teens to find out the real root of the story.
And all is not as it seems…
Our friends over at GameZine sent us a little tip last night. They uncovered a listing for a game called National Geographic: Africa.
This new title was touted as ‘being developed by Sony for National Geographic’s new range of game titles’, so it seemed like a fairly safe bet that the previously Japan-only title, Afrika, was being rebadged for US audiences.
Our PS3 Attitude Awards categories continue with the best multi-player game in 2008.
Your vote will decide the winners of all our awards, with the winners being made public before Christmas. So what was your favourite multi-player experience?
Let’s be honest.
The only question everyone seems to want the answer to is whether Call of Duty: World at War is better than CoD4 or not. Right?
Thankfully, the answer is a lot more involved than you might think.
It’s that time of the year when we get ready to roll out the red carpet – the PS3 Attitude Awards are here, and we need your votes.
First up in this year’s awards are those tireless developers who bring us the games we know and love so much. Who will take home the crown? You decide…
Another week, another amazing announcement from Criterion about the future of Burnout Paradise.
After announcing the likes of the Delorean from Back to the Future last week, this week Criterion tells us they intend to turn Paradise into a playground with the release of their Toy Cars series.