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A very quick reminder that the Prince of Persia Charity Auction will close tomorrow, 17th January at 17:25 UK time.
This is your last ever opportunity to own the incredible prize pack – including that 1 in 200 art print of the Prince – and help us raise more funds for our supported cause.
Even if you’re not bidding, please take a few moments to tell all your friends about it – thanks for anything you can do to help spread the word…
Criterion come through on their promises and announce hard dates for The Ultimate Box, The Party Pack and yet another free update which sees the arrival of an in-game store and, wait for it, the much sought after reset button.
A new CGI trailer for Codemasters’ FUEL hits and we not only find the usual gamut of vehicles competing against each other but something much more powerful. The weather.
LittleBigLand announces the first (in what could be many) of their LittleBigPlanet level design competitions. Brush off your helmet and get your spirit level all shiny and enter for the chance of winning some truly superb prizes.
The PS3 browser has always done a pretty good job of showing YouTube videos, especially since YouTube themselves started supporting 720p resolution.
But that is all about to get a lot better.
If you are afraid of balls, this update is not for you. However, if you love balls you may be on the wrong site.
Still here? Good. F.E.A.R. 2 demo hits Qore subscribers and Magic Ball hits us all (hopefully not in the…well, you know). We also play catch up with Rock Band’s massive update, 12 songs in all!
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Get your shiny Sacred 2 pictures here!.. Maybe then you’ll understand why I’m totally stoked about this game…
If you are a fan of breakout games then you are going to love Magic Ball, an exclusive PSN game brought by the same people who brought us Cuboid. Touting almost 50 levels, local and online multiplayer, and even trophies; Magic Ball is looking to be a steal at $9.99.
Annual Qore subscribers are in for a frightful demo treat with F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin unleashed to the masses in episode 8 today.
Japanese users get access to Dress, an apparel creation tool with every sign indicating it will help make Home a much more diversified place. Will the application turn Home into a more interesting environment with variety and choice? We’ll have to wait for the proposed integration between the two products but we have high hopes.
Don’t worry – she’s not getting married.
Our friends at ThreeSpeech have a great competition going right now. When you enter, you’ll be added to the list of people who could walk away with one of two copies of Tomb Raider: Underworld.
Not content with just getting the game for free? You’ll be pleased to hear that both copies have been signed by model Keeley Hawes, the voice of Lara Croft.
The clue is in the title, really. We have more good news about SF4. But I’m not about to tell you here. Oh no. Go see! Before it is too late and it’s gone… (that’s a clue, btw!)
Come January 29, you will be able to download the DLC time trial pack for Mirror’s Edge. You can own all maps for the price of $10 (Â£6.90) and for those of you who feel that is a bit pricey, remember, PS3 owners get an exclusive map for free. That’s right, nada!
Hideo Kojima talks about the current state of the Japanese game industry whilst announcing his intentions of working on four games, one of which will be announced very soon.
Bethesda gifts us a new host of Fallout 3 improvements in the form of Release 126.96.36.199
At 47MB it’s a steal considering it fixes numerous crashes and the rare instance of dead NPCs coming back to life. When we kill something at PS3 Attitude we insist that it stays DEAD so this is fantastic news.
We knew this was going to happen. Just when we finish off the Games of 2009 list – two more come along to ruin the party. The West is about to get wilder with a Call of Juarez prequel and Avalanche unveil their secret two-year project – AionGuard.
Killzone 2 is one of those titles that is making us all very excited.
Whilst you’ll have to wait for PS3 Attitude’s review and hands-on impressions, PlayStation Official Magazine UK have weighed in with their review, and it doesn’t disappoint.
It is fair to say that Sony’s Home project has not got off to the peachiest of starts. But what would you do with an empty Home space? Click through for our thoughts and then tell us yours in the comments.
We take a look at the state of PS3 in Japan. With some big games coming out and a run in the hardware charts has Sony finally turned the corner in terms of the flagging success of the console in the region?