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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...
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.
We like Far Cry 2.
We like it for its fire effects and sandbox approach. We like it for the African savannah and the atmospheric day/night cycle effects.
And it would appear you like it too.
You remember X-Blades, don’t you?
The ‘Nariko-alike’ lead character in the game, Ayumi, has recently been given a wash and brush up by a number of fans around the world. Southpeak Games ran a competition asking for ‘fanart’ of their new queen of hack-n-slash, and received a huge number of high-quality entries.
EA announced earlier today that the first batch of Dead Space DLC was on the way. The Xbox 360 would see their downloadable content this Thursday (13th November), whilst the PS3 would wait one extra week.
An extra week is no big deal when you’re getting a great deal of extra content to purchase, right?
Except it appears Sony’s black monolith isn’t getting the better part of the available downloads…
Sit back, relax, kick off your shoes/slippers/stilettoes and watch these four great tutorials. If you’re having any problems understanding how this device goes with that, G4TV will clear it up for you in a jiffy.
When we had the chance to give EndWar a spin last month we were able to get hands-on with one small battle. Whilst that experience was good, how does the full game stack up?
Does the final fight match up to our pre-war taster?
You may remember the amazing and beautiful MGS4 PS3 designed and built by Morpheon Mods. You may also remember that the resulting eBay auction, with 15% of the proceeds going to charity, ended in selling for an incredible $17k.
Unfortunately, the winning bidder has not paid up, so Morpheon are doing the whole shebang again. Interview and new eBay link after the jump…
At around 18:00 EST yesterday SCEA sent out a raft of Killzone 2 beta invites to a slew of lucky PlayStation Network users, which included some of your friendly neighbourhood team members at PS3 Attitude.
A new firmware turned up this morning, and on the face of it the update doesn’t appear to do much. But is the update related to LittleBigPlanet in some way?
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Whenever new Heavy Rain material becomes available, we do like to lap it up. How about 24 minutes from a presentation made at the Micromania Games Show in Paris this weekend? Done.
LittleBigPlanet is almost here in the UK. The game has already been in widespread use through 100,000 beta testers and the release of the title in the US, so when you do unwrap your copy on the 5th you’ll be treated to a raft of great levels.
So what does Alex Evans of Media Molecule think of the user generated content so far? We got a chance to sit down with Alex this weekend at GameCity 3 in Nottingham and ask him that very question…
Talking at GameCity in Nottingham today, Alex Evans was asked about the lack of image import in LittleBigPlanet.
The news? He confirmed that this was only pulled from the release of the game because of time constraints, and that the image import tool would be released by Christmas.
One of the many new titles out in stores today, James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace stands out as a potential winner.
You may remember we got to play the game recently at a preview event and interview one of the team from Treyarch, and we must say we were impressed. It is always hard to do justice when it comes to movie tie-ins, but somehow Quantum of Solace manages to be both a rock-solid FPS and remind you that you are Bond.
By now, you’ve probably got some trophies (or maybe you’re going for every trophy possible) and would love to see how well you’re doing against other PS3 owners in your region. Right?