PS4 Attitude Launches – Here’s What You Need To Know
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We’re extremely excited to announce today the launch of PS4 Attitude, the next generation of news, reviews and articles for PS4 and PS Vita. It’s an exciting new chapter for the team here at Attitude Towers, and we’re so happy to see it finally ‘in the wild’.

But what does that mean for PS3 Attitude? Let’s explain…

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New research published by Ofcom confirms cultural importance of video games
Monday, 31 May, 2010 – 9:00 | 6 Comments
New research published by Ofcom confirms cultural importance of video games

New research published by Ofcom this month shows that the number of UK adults playing video games increased again in 2009.

The report shows that over a third of the UK population now plays games in some form or another, and this has led TIGA to renew call for the government to recognise the sector’s cultural and economic importance with financial support.

Being the data nerds that we are, we here at Attitude Towers have poured over the 89 page Media Literacy report to bring you the most interesting findings, and to offer our thoughts on the likelihood of the coveted tax breaks becoming a reality.

Deals of the Week – 28th May 2010
Friday, 28 May, 2010 – 18:00 | One Comment
Deals of the Week – 28th May 2010

Welcome to the last Deals of the Week for the month of May. This week we’ve got four great deals for you, including deals on a brand new game, deals on a game we covered back in week one of this segment, deals on online gaming and even a free T-Shirt!

Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars Receives Limited Time 50% Price Cut
Tuesday, 25 May, 2010 – 21:00 | Comments Off
Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars Receives Limited Time 50% Price Cut

Recreate all of the World Cup action with tiny cars, as game-wth-very-long-title receives a 50% price drop across NTSC regions.

Deals of the Week – 14th May 2010
Friday, 14 May, 2010 – 18:32 | Comments Off
Deals of the Week – 14th May 2010

Welcome to yet another rip-roaring edition of PS3 Attitude’s regular ‘Deals of the Week’.

Every week we bring you 4 suggestions of games that you should buy for the weekend and today is no different, as we up our running total to 33 great deals and counting.

Don’t think for a minute that we are running out of steam though. Read on for 2 deals to scare you witless, and a great price on a brand new game that may just take you back to your childhood…

Deals of the Week – 30th April 2010
Friday, 30 Apr, 2010 – 16:46 | Comments Off
Deals of the Week – 30th April 2010

Here we are with the last ‘Deals of the Week’ for April 2010. This Friday, as every Friday, we deliver to you our readers our favourite PlayStation 3 game deals from across the Internet, including an incredible deal for Super Street Fighter IV fans…

Deals of the Week – 16th April 2010
Friday, 16 Apr, 2010 – 13:00 | One Comment
Deals of the Week – 16th April 2010

Welcome to the fourth edition of PS3 Attitude’s ‘Deals of the Week’ feature. Every Friday we deliver our favourite deals on PlayStation 3 games that we have discovered across the Internet.

Fortunately our UK base has been unaffected by the Volcanic ash, so we are once again able to bring you deals for both the United Kingdom and the United States.

We are pleased to be able to bring you more great games at great prices this week, each one with our expert opinion why you should not waste any time in clicking the ‘Buy Now’ link underneath.

Deals of the Week – 2nd April 2010
Friday, 2 Apr, 2010 – 9:59 | 3 Comments
Deals of the Week – 2nd April 2010

Welcome to the second edition of PS3 Attitude’s ‘Deals of the Week’ segment. Every Friday we deliver the best deals on PlayStation 3 games that we have discovered across the World Wide Web.

Biodroid Productions announce ‘Replika’ for PSN, boast native stereoscopic 3D
Friday, 26 Mar, 2010 – 17:00 | Comments Off
Biodroid Productions announce ‘Replika’ for PSN, boast native stereoscopic 3D

Developers Biodroid Productions have just announced that development is currently under way on ‘Replika’, a brand new downloadable title for the PS3.

Whilst details surrounding Replika are fairly scant tat this early stage of the development cycle, what we do know is that the game will be an action/strategy title exclusive to the PSN.

More interestingly however we also already know that the finished product will feature support for native stereoscopic 3D.

After Sony’s extensive teasing of 3D for the PS3 at this years CES, will Replika be the first of many PSN games announced with support for native stereoscopic 3D over the coming months?

Survey reveals Gamers have active social lives
Friday, 26 Mar, 2010 – 16:00 | 2 Comments
Survey reveals Gamers have active social lives

Administered earlier this month to more than 2,700 men aged 18-34 years, a survey found that 75% of respondents had at least one gaming console in their home. Of the men surveyed those 75% who identified themselves as gamers were actually more likely than the non-gamers to go for meals out, go to the cinema, or go out on dates.

As gamers do we feel heartened when reports like this come out and disprove the negative perceptions that surround our hobby, or are we merely quietly horrified that such a quantity of negative perceptions still persist to make such surveys necessary?

Are recent online play server closures a sign of things to come?
Monday, 22 Mar, 2010 – 16:00 | 5 Comments
Are recent online play server closures a sign of things to come?

You may not have realised it, but some time last week four PS3 games lost their online functionality forever. These cuts are in addition to a further six games that lost their online capabilities in February. Interestingly two of these games have only been on the market for just over a year.

In light of this, does it bother us that many of the games we now buy are effectively subject to a time limit on much of their content? and as paying customers are we concerned that developers seem to be ever reducing this time limit, whether we like it or not?