There’s a certain tension in the air here at Attitude Towers. The normally carefree (or slightly bizarre in the case of Danny_D) banter has been replaced by hushed, worried whispers.
You see, there are Kittens in the Tower today. This generally wouldn’t be any cause for concern – kittens are cute right?
But these kittens have a penchant for shooting, and routinely sharpen their claws – step forward the Kamikaze Kittens.
Michael Atkinson, the South Australian Attorney-General, has commented on the fact he thinks gamers are a bigger threat to himself and his family than outlaw biker gangs. Is there any way he can justify this statement?
Another day, another motion controller related tidbit of news.
As mentioned in a previous article, Sony are busy beavering away creating games for it’s upcoming motion controller. Details have been hard to come by, but is GDC the place where Sony will finally break it’s silence?
The NPD Group has released it’s top twenty all formats chart, and we are happy to see that Team Attitude favourite- MAG – has faired well, especially when you see some of the big names that have charted below it.
The PS3 really hit it’s stride towards the back end of 2009. With a batch of top class games, and the PS3 Slim winning peoples hearts, even CEO and President of Sony Computer Entertainment Jack Tretton raised a smile.
Has this success come at a cost though?
Welcome to MAG Monday week 2. This is quite an important week for MAG, as people should now know whether or not this is the online game for them. So will the servers be empty? Or has MAG won our hearts – despite poor supply from retailers.
As always, Team Attitude are here to give our thoughts.
The Church of England have condemned video games, stating they are violent and feature sexual content.
Is this – once again – a case of the misinformed guiding the misinformed?
Momentum is building for the Fall release of Sony’s Motion controller, but it seems that they may be looking to the past to attract new sales.
Final Fantasy XIII producer – Yoshinori Kitase – has commented on the fact he’s interested in the possibility of upgrading the game into stereoscopic 3D to take advantage of the upcoming PS3 firmware update.
Is this a viable use of the companies resources?
Activision Blizzard have announced their net revenues for 2009 – and it’s a big number. $4.28 billion.
This is a massive jump over 2008’s figure of $3.02 billion. Can you guess what game was responsible for that?
In an interview with EDGE, Yoichi Wada – President and CEO of Square Enix – has made some interesting comments on the future direction of the Final Fantasy team.
Unfortunately he seems to have neglected to let them in on this first. So, what does he have to say?
Yet more fiscal reports – double hurrah! Fortunately Ubisoft’s report seems fairly clear and concise, and eagle eyed readers might just spot an interesting statistic regarding the PS3.
It’s fiscal reports time again – hurrah! Although seemingly written in an alien language, these reports often give us a glimpse in to what we gamers have in store for us over the course of the next fiscal year.
So EA, you claim to be the PS3’s number one publisher, but can you back it up?
LucasArts and TT Games have announced that the award winning LEGO Star Wars franchise is making a comeback – this time set during the Clone Wars. Will the Force be strong with this one, or are LucasArts flogging a dead Wookie?
As previously reported, Sony are planning to release their motion controller towards the back end of this year. The latest company to throw their hat in the ring is EA – but have they got anything they can announce to us yet?
Welcome to the inaugural edition of ‘MAG Monday’. Team Attitude are big fans of Zipper Interactive’s latest game – MAG. However, there are a suspicious amount of very similar reviews out there which always seem to end up with a 70% mark at the end. Can an ever evolving online game be reviewed after just a few hours? We think not.
DolphGB, Brodiesan and Folken24 will each be making weekly reports from the battlefield – comparing likes, dislikes and anything humorous that may have occurred. This will hopefully give you a flavour of what the game is all about.
If you’re a fan of Ubisoft’s many franchises then then this is a week you might want to pay attention to. Several Ubisoft sources have commented on the fact that a huge announcement is coming up. Our question is – for what game?
In an interview with IGN, High Voltage – creators of Wii exclusive ‘The Conduit’ – have announced that their next game, ‘The Grinder’, will be making the jump to the PS3 as well. Can this game succeed where The Conduit failed?
American news site ‘Sunsentinel’ has run with a very catchy story called “Xbox a sex box?”. The main theme of their article is that online gaming has become the latest way for sexual predators to get at kids. Is this an over reaction, or genuine concern?