Samsung is all set to release their 3D TVs in Australia next week – which is good news right?
Well, you’d better read the small print before watching!
We suppose it was only a matter of time before this happened – GAME are now adding warnings to pre-owned games about the lack of advertised DLC content.
This step is needed to avoid legal action from angry customers.
Regular readers of PS3 Attitude will know how highly we rate MAG – so much so that we dedicated two reviews and several weeks of play testing to it.
The game seems to have inspired that level of drive in quite a few people now, and these hardcore followers are desperate to have any sort of edge on their opponent.
Well happy days, because Zipper has a hi-res present for you.
Betrayal, accusations, hirings and firings. No, this isn’t a plot for the latest soap opera, it’s what’s been happening over at Infinity Ward and Activision lately.
It seems some staff have had enough, and since West and Zampella’s exit several other key Infinity Ward staff have packed their bags – taking with them almost thirty years experience.
Hmm…we wonder where they might be heading.
We like the name ‘Move’. It has purpose, and a meaning. Unfortunately the Move’s attachment – the SubController – is a little less inspiring. In fact, it sounds downright boring which is definitely not what Sony is after.
Well it seems a new name is in order if the US PlayStation site is to believed.
Get ready – this name is going to blow your mind!
As we reported earlier, ex Infinity Ward heads Vince Zampella and Jason West have started up a new studio named Respawn Entertainment and have partnered with Activision’s main rivals Electronic Arts.
So – how has Activision taken the news? Break ups are always tough, especially when multi million dollar franchises are involved.
LinkedIn is fast becoming the site to watch if you are after information on new games. For those who are unaware, LinkedIn is essentially Facebook for professionals. You can add your CV and connect with hundreds of other like minded industry people, gaining valuable contacts in the process.
It’s the “add your CV” part we are most interested in though, as it can often reveal new games. Say a big hello to Twisted Metal Harbor City!
The PS3 was the top dog in Japan in the week ending April 4th – although surprisingly it was nearly beaten by the PSP which came in at number two.
Caviar and champagne for everyone?
The PSN will be getting some retro goodness later this year, as Konami are set to release a remake of the classic – Rush’N Attack.
Better break out the old combat knives.
Well it’s finally here. We’ve waited, gone through BETA tests and waited some more – now FirstPlay is upon us.
But is it worth your money?
Good news for fans of terrifying killer children, as F.E.A.R is set to make a return – but this time under the direction of horror legend John Carpenter.
If reports are to be believed, it seems that people are finally warming to Blu-ray – but will movies on demand rain on its parade?
Square Enix has brought up the topic of monsters when talking about Final Fantasy XIV – and it seems some familiar faces will be making a return.
Do we cheer or run away in terror?
Free stuff is good, but free God of War related stuff is even better. Fans of the epic trilogy have woken up to a nice surprise this morning – as Sony has made the God of War Trilogy soundtrack free to download.
By Zeus’s beard – that’s a good deal!
The Nintendo Wii seems to be the thorn in the side of the PlayStation Move. Hardly an article goes by without a comparison, and Nintendo of America President ‘The Reginator’ is milking that for all its worth.
Saying that, we do think his trash talk is covering up a hint of worry – and perhaps even embarrassment. The Move has already demonstrated a level of accuracy the Wii can only dream of.
However, the two motion controllers do share some common ground – and Wii ports are only a matter of time. Here are Team Attitude’s list of the five games we really don’t want to see.
The Crysis 2 hype machine has well and truly started up over the last few weeks. Upgraded Nanosuit, ruined city and apparently the best graphics people have ever seen are making us salivate with anticipation.
EA said it was going to show the first ever public trailer last night – and it made good on that promise, by airing it smack bang in the middle of Times Square, New York.
Many people claim that retail giant GAME is evil – but they may just be right if comments by GameStation general manager Steve Wind-Mozley are anything to go by.
It’s too late – they own you now.
You may think Team Attitude has travelled back in time to play some time warped related April Fools joke here – alas this is not the case.
Games are now being blamed for causing rotting teeth. Seriously.
The busy beavers at Creat studios are at it again as they announce the PlayStation Mini – Freekscape: Escape From Hell.
So what’s it all about?