PlayStation Plus has only been out for two weeks now, and it has received a mixed reception from gamers.
While most tend to agree that discounts and giveaways for games is a good thing, there has been dispute on the selection of content.
Sony is leading the big push for 3D gadgets such as the PS3, TV and cameras.
But a worrying statistic suggests that 12% of Brits, about six million people, can’t even see 3D properly.
We’re obviously all about the PlayStation 3 here at PS3 Attitude, but time to time Sony gives hints about their future consoles.
The PlayStation 3 released in 2006 as did the Nintendo Wii, a whole year after Microsoft which gave the Redmond company a huge market advantage.
Deals of the Week is back for another week!
We love to see our readers happy which is why every week we feature four great PS3 game deals that deserve your attention.
Again two of these deals …
PlayTV, everyone’s favourite digital TV receiver, is set to support 3D TV broadcasts later this year Sony has confirmed.
This news has got PS3 Attitude very excited! Australia’s Classification Board has out of the blue given a 15 rating to a “modified” version of classic title Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
Sony has confirmed that they are continuing to design brand new PlayStation hardware.
A few days ago we showed you some evidence that suggested Sony will force us to subscribe to PlayStation Plus for the ‘privilege’ of having Hulu Plus on our PS3s.
Thankfully Sony have cleared a few things up. They say we will not need PlayStation Plus for Hulu after all, except for access for the Beta.
As many of you know, in the recent firmware update v3.40, one of the many features introduced was the ability to rate content on the PlayStation Store.
For us this was one of the best new additions to the PS3 because it assists gamers when choosing what games to buy for their system.
So here we are with another Deals of the Week, and the first for July 2010!
As many of you know, both England and the United States went out of the last 16 in the World Cup last weekend, and so if you’re a football/soccer fan, we think you may need a little cheering up.
Wow! The first gameplay trailer for inFAMOUS 2 has just surfaced on the Internet, and after watching all three minutes and thirteen seconds of it, we are gobsmacked.
As soon as the trailer started playing it was instantly recognisable to us as big fans of the first game.
Understandably not everyone is too enthusiastic about the prospect of paying $10 a month for Hulu Plus just so they can watch content from their PS3 instead of a PC…
The problem with games that are clones of others is that they are never as good as the real thing.
Series such as Saints Row have been criticised in the past for doing just this and it seems that THQ has finally got the message.
Today we can get PlayStation Plus. But soon we can also get Hulu Plus!
Hulu has announced a brand new deal to deliver a new $9.99 a month service to various platforms including the PlayStation 3.
The PS3 has been out for nearly four years, but Sony can now confidently wear a smile on their faces as the system has finally reached the stage where it is no longer sold at a loss!
Up until now we have been buying their systems for less than it cost them to make it, proving how good value it really has been for us.
With E3 over, it has become clear that one of the biggest gaming publishers, Electronic Arts, is really in love with the PlayStation 3.
In Sony’s E3 conference they announced exclusive content for Dead Space 2 and Medal of Honor, including Dead Space: Extraction and Medal of Honor: Frontline, bundled in special editions of the games.
It’s time for another Deals of the Week.
This week we have seen E3 take centre stage, with many game announcements and presentations, but you must not forget that there are already so many brilliant games you can buy right now!
Sony has announced two new peripherals for the much anticipated and well received PlayStation Move.
Today marks a momental moment in the PS3’s life as you can now purchase stereoscopic 3D content from the PlayStation Store.
No new firmware update is required, all you need is to be running v3.30 and have a 3D compatible TV.