PS4 Attitude Launches – Here’s What You Need To Know
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We’re extremely excited to announce today the launch of PS4 Attitude, the next generation of news, reviews and articles for PS4 and PS Vita. It’s an exciting new chapter for the team here at Attitude Towers, and we’re so happy to see it finally ‘in the wild’.

But what does that mean for PS3 Attitude? Let’s explain…

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Edinburgh Interactive 09; your event schedule
Wednesday, 22 Jul, 2009 – 16:55 | One Comment
Edinburgh Interactive 09; your event schedule

As an Official Media Partner for Edinburgh Interactive 09, it would be remiss of us not to offer you, our glorious readers, a summary of who is doing what and when.

So without further ado, here is a complete event schedule for those of you going along to the event in Edinburgh this year.

VidZone has first exclusive, thanks to U2
Wednesday, 22 Jul, 2009 – 11:25 | One Comment
VidZone has first exclusive, thanks to U2

We’ve been waxing lyrical about VidZone since it launched on the PS3, what with the fact that it is free, contains thousands of music videos and is being updated every week with hundreds more.

But now VidZone has taken the first step towards becoming a real benefit to sales of the PS3 thanks to gaining the first exclusive showing of U2′s latest video.

PS3 Attitude website updates and new features
Tuesday, 21 Jul, 2009 – 21:42 | 23 Comments
PS3 Attitude website updates and new features

We’re always striving to provide you, our gracious readers, with the best features and tools here at PS3 Attitude, and we hope the latest changes we’ve made will be to your liking.

In one of our biggest updates for some time, we’ve added new commenting features, a great new login system and various other cool additions.

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 – new co-op screens
Tuesday, 21 Jul, 2009 – 14:46 | 2 Comments
Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 – new co-op screens

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 is already looking hard as nails, and this time around you’ll be able to buddy up with a friend to get your collective backsides kicked all the way to Kyoto.

EA and DC to bring Dante’s Inferno comic, movie
Tuesday, 21 Jul, 2009 – 11:42 | One Comment
EA and DC to bring Dante’s Inferno comic, movie

Comic-Con in San Diego is starting to look like a gamers’ paradise, as more collaborations and game tie-ins are announced.

The latest? EA, developer Visceral Games and DC Comics/Wildstorm have announced a collaboration that will see the launch of a comic mini-series based on Dante’s Inferno.

Which has to be the easiest tie-in ever…

Rock Band to give artists their own (limited) stage
Friday, 17 Jul, 2009 – 20:47 | One Comment
Rock Band to give artists their own (limited) stage

Harmonix and MTV have announced today that Rock Band will allow artists to upload their own music in the future.

Much like websites such as MP3.com and others that sprang up many years ago, the team behind Rock Band intend to allow independent musicians to upload their own work and sell it to Rock Band owners.

Whilst this does solve one problem for Harmonix and MTV – namely the delivery of a regular stream of licenced music – the new system will also offer challenges that require considerable thought.

Develop09; Indiana Jones goes LittleBigLego
Thursday, 16 Jul, 2009 – 13:34 | 4 Comments
Develop09; Indiana Jones goes LittleBigLego

Speaking at the Develop Conference today, Jonathan Smith of TT Games demonstrated the new killer feature coming to Lego Indiana Jones 2, a complete level creation suite.

Demonstrating these game building abilities live to a packed auditorium, Jonathan was able to build a playable Lego space in just a few seconds.

Develop09; Sony keynote ‘highlights’
Thursday, 16 Jul, 2009 – 11:54 | 3 Comments
Develop09; Sony keynote ‘highlights’

Speaking at the Develop Conference today, SCEE Research & Development demonstrated the motion control wand that was so well received at E3.

So did we learn anything new from seeing the device on this side of the pond?

Develop09; SingStar gaining ‘clubs’ feature
Wednesday, 15 Jul, 2009 – 15:52 | 2 Comments
Develop09; SingStar gaining ‘clubs’ feature

Speaking at the Develop Conference today, Dave Ranyard has been outlining what the SingStar community has taught Sony through interaction with the game, and what developments we can expect in the future.

One of the big issues for Sony is balancing the features the existing users require – small, monthly updates – versus the big new additions that would bring new users to the SingStar franchise.

So here’s what they’ve come up with.

Develop09; PlayStation Home – 6 million items and counting
Wednesday, 15 Jul, 2009 – 11:37 | 2 Comments
Develop09; PlayStation Home – 6 million items and counting

Speaking from the Develop Conference, Peter Edward of SCEE has been discussing PlayStation Home’s ‘first term report card’.

Included in his speech were all the latest facts and figures from the first seven months inside Home, and the numbers stack up quite impressively.

Develop09; APB could come to the PS3
Wednesday, 15 Jul, 2009 – 11:13 | 11 Comments
Develop09; APB could come to the PS3

David Jones of Realtime Worlds gave a keynote speech at the Develop Conference this morning in Brighton, UK.

During the impressive speech, he showed the technology behind their forthcoming title, APB. This open world ‘cops and robbers’ game looks impressive, as is the server-based technology behind it.

But the question on our lips was the most obvious – could this PC-based MMO come to the PS3?

LittleBigPlanet Game of the Year Edition on the way
Friday, 10 Jul, 2009 – 13:06 | 2 Comments
LittleBigPlanet Game of the Year Edition on the way

Media Molecule is working on a new version of LittleBigPlanet, according to MCV today.

The ‘Game of the Year’ edition will include the full game plus most of the currently available downloadable content.

FUEL demo now available
Thursday, 9 Jul, 2009 – 13:16 | 4 Comments
FUEL demo now available

FUEL, Codemasters’ latest racing franchise, may well have been breaking world records, but nobody is doing doughnuts over the game’s sales figures.

The title has so far managed to sell only 60,000 copies on the PS3 and 70,000 on the Xbox 360 after five weeks on the shelves. If you’re wondering how that compares to other racing titles, Motorstorm: Pacific Rift did 67,000 copies on launch day alone.

But all that could be about to change, thanks to a new demo that has been launched for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC today.

Ico creator has a love/hate relationship with technology
Wednesday, 8 Jul, 2009 – 16:53 | One Comment
Ico creator has a love/hate relationship with technology

Fumito Ueda, the much-lauded creator of Ico, has been talking with games magazine ‘Level’ about aesthetics versus the available technology, and he admits he has a love/hate relationship with the limitations hardware imposes on him.

As the project lead on The Last Guardian, that led manly journalists to shed real tears when it was shown at E3 this year, Ueda has a lot to say about how visible flaws can be made inconsequential when placed in an impactful gaming world.

Our E3 S.W.A.G. Competition – The Winners
Wednesday, 8 Jul, 2009 – 11:05 | 3 Comments
Our E3 S.W.A.G. Competition – The Winners

One week ago we announced one of our biggest competitions to date during our PSFree Attitude weekly giveaway feature; the Search, Win and Gloat (S.W.A.G.) Competition.

And the response was awesome – you entered the competition in your hundreds, trawling across the site finding clue after clue until you reached the magic keyword.

Now, we can reveal the two lucky winners of the competition, with a reminder of what they won.

Way of the Samurai 3 now coming to PS3 in the US
Tuesday, 7 Jul, 2009 – 23:49 | Comments Off
Way of the Samurai 3 now coming to PS3 in the US

Some games run through a completely smooth project plan, development path and publishing calendar, never even breaking into a mild sweat before arriving in retail stores.

But other titles have a much more difficult time of things. Way of the Samurai 3 is a good example of the latter.

Once a PS3 exclusive, then a timed PS3 exclusive, the game was announced in North America as an Xbox 360 exclusive. And now that has changed once more…

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 – The PS3 Attitude Review
Tuesday, 7 Jul, 2009 – 9:37 | Comments Off
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 – The PS3 Attitude Review

Unlike the recently reviewed Fight Night Round 4, EA Sports’ Tiger Woods franchise is one of those that the publishing behemoth tends to bring around once a year.

Some years the franchise is improved, whilst other times you can actually hear sighs across the country as consumers realise they’ve been duped into spending their hard-earned cash on nothing more than the same game with different clothes.

So, with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10, which is it to be? A classic year, and one for the golfing connoisseurs amongst you, or will it be like matching a new set of clubs with the same old tired swing?

Sony patent motion control using any object
Friday, 3 Jul, 2009 – 17:46 | 6 Comments
Sony patent motion control using any object

Picture the scene. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 has just come out, and you stroll up to your PlayStation Eye with your favourite coffee mug in your hand. A few seconds later, that mug has become your 3-wood and you’re using it to drive a ball 300 yards down the 1st at St. Andrews.

Now, thanks to a patent application from Sony, that could happen. As well as the recently demonstrated ‘motion wand’, Sony have now registered an idea that will see any object become a game controller.

WTF OMG BBQ Music coming to VidZone
Thursday, 2 Jul, 2009 – 14:10 | 4 Comments
WTF OMG BBQ Music coming to VidZone

VidZone is, without any shadow of a doubt, one of our favourite ever PS3 ‘add-ons’. Who doesn’t love to get access to hundreds of music videos on-demand?

Now, over on the Official EU PlayStation Blog, Ben Creasey has been detailing what is coming next on the music video roster, and it includes tracks specifically chosen for your barbecue. Yes, you read that right…