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Another week, another Playstation Store update. LittleBigPlanet takes the lead with the most downloadable content offered (five), followed by EndWar (one, wallpapers don’t count).
Home is now live! According to TedTheDog over on the PlayStation Forums, we can now get our grubby little mitts on Home 1.03. There have been some reports of connection issues, but I haven’t experienced it myself.
Factor 5′s “JRPG saviour for the PS3″, Shirokishi Monogatari: Inishie no KodÅ (“White Knight Chronicles : Ancient Heartbeat” for the gaijin out there), will rise, galant and regal like a resurgent paladin in Japan only …
Today’s PSN Store update, aside from the LittleBigSantaÂ costume, includes some great DLC for Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s EndWar. Aptly titled, the Escalation Pack brings more excitement to the game with extra missions, upgrades, and trophies; all …
Today, your SackBoy will be one step closer to a full Santa getup. Your free SackBoy costume for today consists of a Santa coat and Santa trousers for your seasonal SackBoy or SackGirl.
We’re back with the results of the DLC survey! Who got the nod? Was it GTA IV? Lara? Or Fallout 3? You voted. Now check the results.
I’m sure you’re all familiar with Relentless Software. They are the creators of the social quiz Buzz! series. Browsing their website, you’ll find something quite interesting in their games section. Aside from the multitude of …
Insomniac is coming to town and they are bringing gifts for all of us PlayStation 3 lovers this Thursday December 11th.
With promises of TV that I could pause, fast-forward and rewind, as well as record on a whim, I plunged in and bought the diminutive gadgety add-on.
But how has it fared over the past few months? Has it become a dust-gathering black box confined to the corner? Or has this teeny little box of tricks stayed the course? Hit the jump to find out..
According to EA CEO John Ricitello, the company is happy with it’s improved metacritic scores. The number of games with scores of over 80 jumped from 7 last year to a mighty 17 this year.
But is that good enough for the lofty expectations of EA? No, nein, nacht, non and nei. They want things to be even better in the new year, and have some plans as to how to make that dream a reality.
Click through for the details.
Home. Finally. It’s here. Well, tomorrow it is. We look at what’s available on Day One from Game Spaces to new companies getting involved and the newly announced Watchmen event.
Details emerged today about North America’s Street Fighter IV Collector’s Edition. The European Collector’s Edition details have been widely know for some time now. There are some differences between the two and since we cater to both sides of the pond we have decided to pit both Collector’s Editions in (Mortal Kombat?) a Street Fight to find out which one comes out on top.
Round 1. FIGHT!
Capcom has fessed up that the European Trial version and the North American trophy patch were actually leaked and not ready for prime time at all. That is the reason you may be experiencing stability issues, connection problems and, if you live in Europe, an overwhelming feeling of exclusion. A patch is coming soon to fix all this. Actually, two patches.
Home is where the heart is. It’s also where your amazing looking avatar starts its life in order to interact with the social community. Is the avatar creation tool all that it can be? Want a beta key so you can find out for yourself? Check the article to know more.
Everyone’s favourite metal cajun returns in a new game from Raven Studios. Click on to find out more details.
This time in Grudge Match: Phreaky argues for friendly split-screen gaming, whilst Brodiesan laughs in the face of ‘having friends’ and plumps for online multi-player. Who wins? You decide!
Times are hard for everyone these day, including big name companies such as Sony. World economies are slipping and, as a result, Sony has initiated a plan that will hope to save them more than …
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€¦
DolphGB departs on a secret mission and it’s up to Brodiesan to step in and make a mess of the weekly news recap from last week. What stories did we read and ultimately decided that making a cup of tea and looking for trophies was more attractive? Read on fearless PS3 Attituder.