THQ has announced that a Red Faction game will be hitting the PSN as an appetiser for the main course that is Red Faction: Armageddon.
If it’s good, Armageddon it! (Sorry…So very sorry).
Bloomberg are reporting that Sony is in the process of striking a deal which would bring Hulu to the US PSN as early as this week.
Um, guys – what’s a Hulu?
We brought you news earlier this week that the proposed tax break for the UK video games industry was one of the many things to fall under the axe in the Coalition Governments emergency budget.
At the time we all accepted it as an unfortunate inevitability – but something a bit more sinister has started to surface across the Internet.
Was the tax break sabotaged?
Exciting news for Studio Ghibli fans, as it seems the Level-5’s Nintendo DS title – Ni no Kuni: The Another World – is coming to the PS3.
Can the extra power of the PS3 be put to good use?
Another week, another report of a publisher considering use of an ‘Online Pass’ type system. However this time the publisher in question is Sony – and the game is White Knight Chronicles 2.
Ssssh…No one tell our man Delriach.
Conservative Chancellor George Osborne has announced that the Coalition Government will not be implementing a tax break for the video games industry that was proposed by the former Labour Government – describing it as “poorly targeted”.
Those of you looking forward to DC Universe Online better have saved up your cash as today the games pricing structure has been revealed.
Holy wallet drainer Batman!
The sound of heavenly singing is reverberating around Attitude Towers today. Normally the only sound we hear is DolphGB shouting, or Danny D asking to be let out of his cell, but today is different.
Gran Turismo Track Editor = confirmed = happiness. Bring on November 2nd.
It seems like only yesterday that Quantic Dream smashed right through our expectations with the phenomenal Heavy Rain. We, like many others, looked past the faults and savoured the amazing experience that laid beneath.
Sadly it looks like our hopes of returning to the game’s world have been washed away. What? You seriously thought we had run out of water related puns?
It’s sad face time here at Attitude Towers today. As much as we love Hideo Kojima, the man always seems to break out hearts – and this is no exception as he has announced that Zone of the Enders 3 is at the bottom of his ‘games to make’ pile.
The title pretty much says it all with this one. Splash Damage’s highly anticipated FPS – Brink – has done a runner from 2010’s release schedule, and set up camp in 2011.
This might actually be a good thing.
Hands up those who were impressed with the LittleBigPlanet 2 section of Sony’s E3 conference, because we certainly were. When they said it was a platform for creating games, they really weren’t kidding!
It seems that the power of creation might be closer than you think if a recent press release is anything to go by.
David Jaffe you sneaky man! After weeks of flat out denying any involvement in a Twisted Metal PS3 game, he was ferried onto the Sony stage by a pimped out ice cream truck driven by Sweet Tooth himself!
In a completely unsurprising turn of events, it has been announced that PlayStation Plus will be launching soon on the PS3.
So – how much and what do we get?
In a conference full of awesome, we have finally been given the date and price for the PlayStation Move.
Well colour us shocked – in one of the most surprising parts of E3 this year, Gabe Newell took to the stage for Sony’s press event. After a bit of mumbling, stumbling and attempted humour he proceeded to announce that Portal 2 would be coming to Sony’s black box, and that it would be the best version.
It’s finally been announced! After years of development, several delays and (last time we checked) a bar tab of about $80 million – Gran Turismo 5 has a release date.
Guys and Gals, we kid you not.
It’s no secret that the Need For Speed franchise has lost its way. Over the past few years we have gone from the streets, to the mountains, to the tracks – but with only a modicum of success. In all honesty we had started to wonder if this was the end of a fun, but flawed, racing franchise.
Step forward Criterion – our saviours.
It’s a tense time for Gran Turismo fans. With the Sony press conference a gnats foot away – the anticipation is that we will finally, finally (finally) get a release date for the game some …