The ModNation Racers update that we mentioned last week has now released. So it’s time to pop the champagne right?
Sadly not as this update may have fixed some issues with the game, but it has also delivered new ones.
ModNation Racers is one of our most loved titles this year, as is in fact amongst DolphGB’s top PS3 games.
But one of the problems that most owners of the title complain about is the huge loading times that can be a big turn off between the adrenaline pumping action.
Do you have some money that you’re simply desperate to spend? Well you have come to the right place as we have another Deals of the Week article to recommend what games you should buy.
SOCOM 4 has been hyped up as one of Move’s biggest supported games for this year, but we now have some sad news.
Zipper has confirmed on their blog that the game will not make it before the year ends.
We may still be waiting for a disc-free solution to Netflix on the PS3, but news has come that the current software has received an upgrade.
The PlayStation 3 is the first console to now support search on the service, making it far easier to find the movie or TV show you want amongst the 10,000+ content available.
Next month Gamescom, the European gaming convention, returns to Cologne in Germany and all major publishers are expected to be there.
Sony has today announced the date and time for their conference there that could see a few exciting announcements.
It’s another week of minimal content on the European PlayStation Store. However we do see the return of Earthworm Jim in HD which has to be the highlight for us. It’s also great to see a couple of classics in the form of Rayman 2 and Pong!
Although we’ll probably pass on pong despite how iconic it is, Rayman 2 for £3.99/€4.99 is certainly a good buy and will bring back great memories for some.
Naughty Dog continue to pump updates into one of Attitude Towers’ favourite games.
Today title update v1.09 goes live at 10:00 am PDT and as usual we have the low-down on what’s new. You won’t be surprised to hear the update focuses on the multiplayer element.
Fancy PlayStation branded underwear? PlayStation shoes? Or how about PlayStation deodorant? Well that just might be possible as Sony has announced that they are expanding the official license program to non-console items.
Rights to the iconic logo and the triangle, circle, cross and square combination will be distributed to other manufacturer products in a move that is likely designed to bring more brand awareness.
With Netflix launching last year for the PlayStation 3 via a disc solution, and Hulu Plus releasing soon with a simple software download, US PS3 owners have a couple of good solutions to watching movies …
Electronic Arts and Spice Horse Games have announced Alice: Madness Returns, a sequel to the 2000 PC classic American McGee’s Alice, will be releasing on the PlayStation 3 next year.
The game is set eleven years after the original – which conveniently happens to be the same years since the first game released – and sees the well known protagonist leaving an asylum but continues to suffer from her “nightmarish visions”.
Sucker Punch are very enthusiastic and have high hopes for inFAMOUS 2.
The first game was a hit but it didn’t quite reach into the AAA category, but will the sequel be different?
Fancy testing some of the PS3’s biggest games before they’re released? Sony has announced PlayStation Beta, an event that starts from Friday 30th of July and lasts till Sunday 1st of August in Birmingham, England.
Zen Studios has announced that a fourth downloadable table entitled MARS is coming soon to ZEN Pinball as they continue to support this popular title.
The Pinball table will see you “experience and explore life on the red planet”, trying to unlock “the planet’s secrets”.
The most popular element of the Call of Duty games is multiplayer. So much so that thousands of gamers every year who buy the games never even touch the campaign mode…
Hulu Plus does not require PlayStation Plus as we discovered not too long ago, but to preview it early you do need Sony’s premium service.
Today the preview build for Hulu Plus is available to a select number of PlayStation Plus users at $9.99 a month.
Sony invented minis after the success of small cheap games on the Apple App Store.
Today they have announced that minis have been a big success with total sales across all titles of over one million.
Joe Danger is one of the biggest new games on the PlayStation Store, and today the developers have been at the Develop Conference 2010 where they revealed some interesting statistics for the title.
Despite the high development costs that developers face for games on the PlayStation 3, Hello Games’ Managing Director Sean Murray revealed that the game broke even on the day of release.
There is a lot of buzz around Gran Turismo 5 and Need for Speed: Hot Persuit, but another racing title out this year is WRC.
The game by Black Bean Games has a confirmed UK release date of the 8th of October 2010.