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Last December, we informed you about Keita Takahashiâ€™s latest creation, Noby Noby Boy. Back then, Namco assured us that this original PSN game would be released in early 2009. As it seems, they kept their word.
Click through to find out the date and price of this PSN gem.
Mini Ninjas was introduced to the world earlier today. IO Interactive – known for the Hitman series – is working on the game and things seem to be going pretty good.
Apart from the eight in-game screenshots we have for you, you can watch the Debut trailer of the game in all its 720p glory!
Just a couple of days after the press release that revealed the Collector’s Editions, Capcom brought Resident Evil 5 – for once again – into the limelight, by releasing a 5 minute and 40 seconds long video that was first shown on last year’s TGS….
Big day today for X-Blades, since the guys over at South Peak revealed the full trophy list of the game, along with some in-game screenshots.
Keep reading for the full trophy list and the all new screenshots.
While millions of Resi fans are counting days for the release of Resident Evil 5, Capcom was kind enough to let the world know about the Collector’s Editions that are going to be available with the game.
There are going to be two editions; one for us fellow Europeans and one for our buddies over at the US.
It seems that Tomb Raider: Underworld’s poor sales (1.5 million copies; and counting), may have led Eidos to make some decisions about the future of the Tomb Raider franchise.
Is Lara’s starlight fading? Read the full article to find out.
Everything is about Street Fighter IV these days! Characters’ pictures, new peripherals and collector’s editions, just one month before its release.
Continuing the trend, Capcom recently released a set of screenshots that feature Rose (my personal favourite). A video featuring gameplay footage was also released, featuring Rose and Gen.
So here we are again, after having celebrated and eaten until our bellies started to crack. Last week we had no UK charts post due to the fact we were too busy eating turkey and opening presents.
But let’s see if the new year has affected the sales, in Chart Trackâ€™s UK charts for week ending 3 January 2009â€¦
Just a few days before the end of 2008, the X-mas spirit seems to be affecting gamers. Love is in the air and that shows from LittleBIGPlanet’s sales. For second consecutive week, Media Molecule’s masterpiece remains at the top. But, did we have any realignments in the rest of the top 10?
Let’s find out in Chart Track’s UK charts for week ending 20 December 2008…
Bethesda announced that the patch v.1.10 is now available for download next time you pop the game disc in your PS3 drive. The afforementioned patch is only available for the PS3 – at least for now – and takes 24mb out of your Hard Drive.
In those 24mb you’ll find trophy support, some bug fixes like the GOAT freeze and also a solution to the problem with the in-game notifications regarding friends.
Here is the full trophy list…
Namco and Sony announced that Keita Takahasi’s latest creation is scheduled to visit Europe in the first months of 2009. Takahasi’s previous work – he’s the creator of the Katamari series – gives us hope that Noby Noby Boy will be an excellent addition to the PSN games list.
Ladies and Gents, the time has come! After 5 long lasting weeks, Call of Duty: World at War finally fell from the first place. Treyarch’s top-selling FPS is still kicking it though, since it now holds the second place of the charts. But which title managed to take the crown from the praised WaW?
Let’s find out in Chart Track’s UK Charts for week ending 13 December 2008…
The feeling of ‘deja vu’ is in the air, since this is the fourth consecutive week Call of Duty: World at War remains in the top of the charts.
Activision has hit the jackpot with their “one CoD per year” tactic. The next Call of Duty Modern Warfare title is due to visit us in Fall 2009.
Here at PS3 Attitude towers we are ok with that “Fifalization” of the franchise, as far as they keep producing innovative quality games.
But letâ€™s see Chart Trackâ€™s UK Charts for week ending 6 December 2008â€¦
During 2007 Capcom announced that they now have the right to publish games based on the MotoGP franchise. At first, that decision seemed risky, since Namco used to develop Moto GP games.
The first footage of the game got us excited, with head of communications of Capcom Europe Ben Le Rougetel, promising us that the game would be able to be played by both amateur and experienced players. The system they were developing would be available to â€œreadâ€ the playerâ€™s reactions and decide the difficulty level he/she would be playing on.
Just a few months before the release of the game, an optimistic hype had been created around Capcomâ€™s attempt to give us a â€œre-innovatedâ€ MotoGP experience.
Two months ago, the game hit the stores and gave gamers the opportunity to finally see for themselves what Capcom had managed to create.
Did Capcomâ€™s take on the MotoGP franchise proved to be another mediocre bike simulator or a hidden gem?
Remember last week’s charts? Well, guess what; things haven’t changed that much since last week! Call of Duty: World at War is still leading the pack. Treyarch did one hell of a good job in this fifth instalment in the CoD series. They managed to keep the game quality in high levels and make WaW a worthy successor to Infinity Ward’s CoD 4.
But let’s see Chart Track’s UK Charts for week ending 29 November 2008…
Even though CoD WaW sales fell 51%, it managed to maintain the fist place of the British charts – according to Chart Track – . With so many games coming out this period, it’s natural to see many ups and downs in games sales. The battle is harsh and only the strongest survive.
So without further delays, here are Chart Track’s UK charts for week ending November 22nd.
Click through to see the Top 10…
Remember Colin McRae: DiRT? The one with the awesome replay angles? Got it? Right.
Codemasters announced a sequel to the title. Its name; what else? DiRT 2. It seems that Codies are once again using the 4 letter title pattern just as they have done with Fuel and Grid. Of course, they’re not forgetting the recently deceased Scottish WRC Champion Colin McRae. Apparently, the game will be titled Colin McRae: DiRT 2; just like the first one, only with an extra 2.
Insomniac Games were always attached to Sony. In case you were living under a rock during the 90’s, Insomniac didn’t began developing games yesterday. They are the masterminds behindSpyro and the less known Disruptor.
So, a few days ago Insomniac’s CEO Ted Price sat down with Gamasutra to have a talk. In this 6 page interview, Ted was asked to comment the company’s relationship with Sony. We all know that Insomniac is an merely independent studio, so is there anything stopping them from developing and multi-platform title?
By now, you should already know that here at PS3A we are big fans of the Resi series. Whenever something new about a Capcom game hits the net, we (make that I) rush to report it.
So, today is Resi day! Resident Evil 5 producer Jun Takeuchi told Eurogamer that a demo is being prepared and that it will be announced in the next few weeks. “We’ll be making an announcement about that relatively soon”, he stated. Furthermore, he left the window of downloadable content open by saying that it is possible…