Reports are in that our friends in the USA are having issues with their copies of Heavy Rain. Is all of Sony’s excellent promotional work about to be washed away?
Capcom have spoilt us with a raft of new information about its upcoming game – Lost Planet 2. Amongst this nestles the fantastic news that a split screen co-op mode has been included.
Disney and Black Rock’s upcoming racer – Split/Second – has been slated for a European release date of May 21st. It’s also been given a tune up in the name department – say hello to Split/Second: Velocity.
No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise has been given an official release date of April 15th in Japan. There are no dates for other territories yet, but is it a game worth waiting for?
It is our sad duty to inform you that the CEO of Capcom – Mark Beaumont – has died.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has commented on the fact that he thinks the UK has the most important games industry in Europe.
Could it be that he’s actually a secret Killzone 2 fan? Now that is someone we would vote for.
It seems that some people with sniper like patience have managed to scope out some new information on the next Call of Duty – so where are we heading this time?
Sony have confirmed that Heavy Rain will not go on sale in the United Arab Emirates – another one bites the dust?
Michael Pachter has once again emerged from his fortress in the clouds to thrill us with yet another amazing prediction.
For Sony’s sake we hope this one is way off.
Fans of being teased with cryptic statements rejoice – today is your lucky day! The good people at Capcom have announced that they have something exciting to tell us – but we have to wait until April.
Will it be worth the wait?
Dr. Linda Papadopoulos, known amongst other things as the psychologist on Channel 4’s Big Brother, has produced a report commissioned by the Home Office about the sexualisation of children.
In this report, video games are mentioned as one of the causes. This is one of several news pieces lately mentioning the sexual content of video games. Team Attitude have always found these comments slightly baffling – but should we be taking them more seriously
Welcome to MAG Monday week 3. It’s a good time to be involved with MAG’s online community, as after only five days on sale the game managed to come in thirteenth in the all formats chart.
Do good sales equal a good experience? As always, Team Attitude is here with our thoughts.
We think the vast majority of you have heard of Bobby Kotick. Through various statements he has set himself up as the evil villain of the games industry.
His most notorious, and most frequently discussed quote is “The goal that I had in bringing a lot of the packaged goods folks into Activision about 10 years ago was to take all the fun out of making video games.”
Boo hiss! But can a Leopard change its spots?
Before the launch of the PS3, Sony was touting Blu-ray as the way forward, and DVD as the wrong format for true current gen games.
Has time proven them right? Judging by Capcom’s reaction, we think yes.
Team Attitude are firmly against piracy. It hurts developers both big and small, and the effects can even be felt by the consumers.
It seems Sony is taking a stand against piracy with a new initiative – but fans of second hand games aren’t going to be happy.
A fair few people rejoiced when SEGA unvieldSonic 4 as an old skool 2D platformer – but if certain websites are to be believed, Sonic Team aren’t actually developing it. Have SEGA finally had enough?
Eagle eyed shoppers noticed today that an online retailer was shifting its unsold copies of the PS3 version of Tony Hawk’s Ride for £15 – a grand total saving of £85 off the rrp.
Maybe Activision should be rethinking the planned sequel?
Creat Studios have announced the release of a free to play demo version of Digger HD for the PSN, coming on February 18th in Europe, and February 25th in North America.
It seems the battle for brand supremacy is going mobile, as Sony announce that the PSN is coming to Sony Ericsson phones.