Tradewest Games Ltd has confirmed that SBK X Superbike World Championship will be coming to the PS3 in May. Will it be able to slipstream past its big budget rival – MotoGP?
The Telegraph has run with the very sad story that a Korean couple have allegedly allowed their baby to starve to death whilst they played in an Internet cafe.
Sony has filed a patent detailing a new type of demo – one that we find most degrading.
The Activison Blizzard Vs Infinity Ward saga continues, with Activison Blizzard releasing a statement saying how disappointed they are with Vince Zampella and Jason West.
Was a planned defection to EA the reason for this week’s drama?
Codemasters have informed us that they will be releasing a premium edition of Race Driver: GRID – including a raft of additional goodies – for the very reasonable sum of £24.99. Interested? Then read on.
It has been confirmed that Argos, Tesco and ASDA have all started a pre-owned games trade service – should GAME be worried?
Violent video games are fast becoming one of the most talked about subjects in the mainstream media.
Regular readers of PS3 Attitude will know that we are strongly in favour of parental control and common sense when it comes to children and video games.
The general consensus is that if a game has an age rating on it, only children of that age and above should be playing it – but is that divide always so black and white?
Should parents be allowed to judge whether or not their child can handle material which has been rated as unsuitable for their age bracket?
PS3 Attitude has invited two parents in to discuss their different views on video games.
Atari have announced that they will be bringing Test Drive Unlimited 2 to the PS3 later this year – are you ready for M.O.O.R?
Following on from yesterday’s odd sequence of events, Activision Blizzard has come out with all guns blazing.
PS3 Attitude received a statement late last night detailing where the Call of Duty franchise is heading – and it contained a couple of surprises.
Security? Insubordination? Disappearances? Just what is going on at Infinity Ward?
Retro heads rejoice as it appears that Neo Geo games are on their way to the PSN – although perhaps not the titles you would want.
It’s report time again! Australian researchers have concluded that approximately one in ten gamers are showing symptoms of addiction.
We urge readers to think about their nine closest friends, if they seem ok, then it’s you who has the problem.
PS3 exclusive Heavy Rain has stormed the UK charts – taking the coveted top spot. Has this taken Sony by surprise?
The video games industry has taken a bit of a beating lately. It’s been accused of sexualising children, exposing people to violence, and gamers have even been compared to outlaw biker gangs. The latest issue to be tackled is the large amount of satanic content appearing in games.
In October 2009 GameSpot reported that a man was suing Sony, Sony Online Entertainment and Sony Computer Entertainment of America for allegedly not complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as its virtual worlds were not easy to navigate for visually impaired people.
On February 8th the court ruled in favour of Sony, but was it right to?
What’s up with Valve lately? Their comments last week suggested an almost apathetic view on the PS3, but now a new statement has been released suggesting they might be taking the PS3 a bit more seriously. Is it too little too late?
Welcome to MAG Monday week 4. The game certainly seems to have found favour with a great deal of you, with reports of multiple level 50 plus characters. With people levelling up so fast, will MAG be needing some DLC sooner than expected?
One of the last times Lara Croft was mentioned at Attitude Towers, it caused a bit of a storm. This time things are much less heated, and far more public spirited!
The Game Group have announced it intends to cut 247 jobs, affecting 43 sites around the country. Both GAME and GameStation stores will be hit, as well as the smaller GAME concessions in Debenhams stores.
Did The Game Group bite off more than it could chew?