My name is ryan. I love games more than anything in the world. Unless the person reading this is offended by that, in which case I put you slightly ahead of gaming my games.
The sales from last week march on through August 3rd. Also the newest game to hit the store: Section 8: Prejudice is being offered for free to the first 1000 PlayStation Plus members that download.
Not to be outdone by the discounts already featured by other publishers, THQ has offered up their own sale for PlayStation users which includes the likes of Comet Crash, Costume Quest and Stacking.
Outside of the sale this week sees the release of Section 8: Prejudice and a rather pricey new app for Move owners with creative inclinations.
Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, the plump and pompous Batman villain better known as the Penguin, will be making his presence felt this October in Arkham City.
The flightless one will no doubt engage in his fair share of mayhem however a strange alliance with a certain undead individual makes him a far more formidable foe.
Gotham City Impostors developer Monolith Productions has taken advantage of the captive audience at Comic-Con in San Diego by unveiling the debut trailer for their Dark Knight-themed first-person shooter.
The release of The Darkness II has been pushed out of this calendar year and into 2012.
Time to save some cash on the games you may have missed the first time around. Two separate sales hit the store this week so you’re more likely than not to find something that tickles your buying bone.
Don’t forget that this week also sees the awaited release of Limbo. Overall it’s a pretty hefty update so head on in and check it out.
With Catherine’s release less than a week away the game’s developer (and publisher for that matter), Atlus, are showing off the contents of the deluxe edition for the adulterous puzzler.
The update this week not only brings us a bunch of very enticing discounts, five new games are also hitting the store including the long-awaited Limbo.
We’ve got a good one this week folks, check it out.
At this point in the year unveiling formerly private E3 demos seems to be the thing to do. Big name titles like BioShock Infinite and RAGE have already displayed long-form gameplay cuts.
Now it’s Metro: Last Light’s turn.
One of the definite highlights of this year’s E3 was the rebirth of the Tomb Raider franchise. Crystal Dynamics’s unveiling of a younger, greener Lara Croft is easily one of the most visually pleasing trailers the industry has ever seen.
So how is it that a trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution integral in making this breathtaking trailer possible?
If you haven’t been paying close attention, id Software’s RAGE is fast approaching release. We’ll be descending into the post-apocalyptic wasteland this October (4th US/7th UK).
In perfect lockstep with the prototypical elements of the genre which id itself spawned in the early 90’s, RAGE will include a devastating array of weapons to arm yourself with. The development team would like to introduce you to the selection of tools at your disposal.
If you’ve ever had the distinct pleasure of attending a garage sale you know what it’s like to come upon a set of goods that isn’t particularly alluring. No TVs or sword collections to draw you in but the possibility of finding something to your liking always exists. That’s pretty much what we have in this week’s update.
Not much by way of new content but still worth checking out.
No new games this week people. Disappointing as that is there is a really nice Summer Sale currently running to draw your attention. So if you haven’t downloaded PixelJunk Shooter 2 or PacMan Championship Edition DX this is the time.
In the Batman universe The Riddler has always (with the exception of the Hush series) been somewhat of a punching bag. A swollen bag of hot air, consistently talking a big game only to fall well short of fulfilling his grandiose diatribes.
In Batman: Arkham City, Rocksteady’s anticipated sequel, however Edward Nigma will be taking on a darker, more sinister role.
Here at PS3 Attitude we love the FIFA series. Each season the folks at EA Canada masterfully portray the poetry characteristic of ‘the beautiful game’.
The thing about poetry however is that sometimes it’s all sunshine and lollipops and sometimes it can be a hearty stew of misery. Without further ado, here are the best goals and worst misses of the season as chosen by the FIFA gaming community.
As the medium of video games evolves, story elements and player motivation carry an ever-increasing amount of weight in the overall gameplay experience.
Take a look at what Eidos Montreal has in store for their much anticipated prequel, Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Roughly a week ago Irrational Games gave us a taste of their BioShock Infinite E3 demo which was shown exclusively to those in attendance. Thankfully Ken Levine, creative director on BioShock Infinite, promised to later unveil the entire 15 minute demonstration to the public.
It’s later now.
This week’s update gives European PlayStation fans the chance to download a certain arcade rally-racer, continue their Uncharted 3 multiplayer beta conquests and pick through a selection of EA summer discounts.
Check it out.
The US had its 235th birthday this week. Hope you celebrated properly and were able to drag yourself into work the next day.
Thankfully you got all of your celebrating out of your system because there isn’t much to get excited about in this week’s update. Highlights include a racer heavy sale and the public release of the Uncharted 3 multiplayer beta. Check it out.