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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, the latest MMO and installment in the hugely popular Final Fantasy series, released only earlier this week to have its sales halted.
This is due to current players facing difficulties getting online and immensely long wait times.
With the PS3A team back together, it was business as usual this week; by which I mean DolphGB played The Last of Us and MitchJay played Persona 4 Golden. Being the less predictable members of the team, it was up to Majiesto and me to inject some diversity into this week’s PlayTime, which we achieved with Killzone: Mercenary, Bit.Trip Runner2, BioShock Infinite and Saints Row IV.
PlayStation Plus is Sony’s unique membership service that offers its users access to full retail games through its Instant Game Collection, early invites to upcoming beta programs, discounts on newly released titles, and more for as little as £11.99 for three months and £39.99 for one year.
PS3 users wanting a challenge should look no further than the upcoming Dark Souls II beta coming this fall. Announced by Namco Bandai and FromSoftware, the closed beta will begin on October 5, 2013 and be available to select North American and European fans exclusively on the PlayStation Network.
Bit.Trip Presents… Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien is the ingeniously named sequel to Bit.Trip Runner; an endless running game that originally launched in May 2010, as part of the Bit.Trip series on WiiWare. Three years later, developer Gaijin Games has granted our wish and brought their latest game to the European PS Store, but can it match the heights of its predecessor?
During yesterday’s conference, Sony described the PlayStation 4′s launch line-up as bigger and better than anything they’ve done previously. We personally thought the Vita’s was pretty strong but, having seen the list, we have to agree with Sony.
Sony’s Gamescom press conference began with Shuhei Yoshida, President of SCE Worldwide Studios, walking out onto the stage, sitting down in an armchair, and playing on his PlayStation 4. It was a neat way to show off the PS4′s user interface, which as you’d imagine is slick, fast and oh so pretty.
Free-to-play games are all the rage these days, and now one of Sony’s most popular franchises is getting in on the action. That’s right; LittleBigPlanet Hub is coming to PS3 as a free-to-play title later this year.
Did you miss the livestream of Sony’s Gamescom 2013 press conference?
Well, don’t worry, because the kind folks at Sony have just uploaded the whole thing to YouTube. You can watch it at your leisure right here on PS3 Attitude, below.
In a surprise announcement during Sony’s Gamescom conference, it was been revealed that Gearbox Software’s critically acclaimed role-playing shooter, Borderlands 2, will be coming to PS Vita.
A truly ridiculous amount of indie games have been announced as coming to PlayStation platforms, many of which are launching as console exclusives.
Click the link to see a full list of all the indie titles that formed part of Sony’s Gamescom conference.
Did we mention there are quite a lot?
Sony has announced that the PlayStation 4 will launch on 15th November in North America and two weeks later, on 29th November, in Europe. The console will be arriving in 32 countries this year.
With MitchJay still on holiday, it was up to the rest of the PS3 Attitude team to make up for his lack of play time. This week, DolphGB continued his indiscretion with The Last of Us (I know, it’s getting a bit awkward now, isn’t it?), Majiesto finally completed his playthrough of the BioShock saga, and I became engrossed in an incredible little game called Gone Home.
Thief will be coming to current and next-gen consoles early next year on February 25, 2014 in North America and on February 28, 2014 in Europe, Square Enix announced today.
In addition, Eidos-Montreal have unveiled the box art for the game along with a new gamescom trailer entitled “Uprising.” Garrett the Master Thief is torn between the people in the city and the politicians who run it.
Mike Bithell, creator of the excellent Thomas Was Alone, has just announced his latest project. Volume is a top-down stealth game with an emphasis on user-created content, and it looks – in a word – awesome.
This week, DolphGB forgot that any games exist other than The Last of Us, Majiesto finally reached Columbia in his mammoth playthrough of the BioShock series, I cried my eyes out after completing The Walking Dead (why, Telltale, why?!), and MitchJay92 went on holiday. Oh, and we’re not jealous of him, by the way. At all. Seriously. Well, maybe just a little bit.
KickBeat, the kung-fu music rhythm action game, is finally coming to PS3 and Vita early next month.
Zen United are developing it and they’re best known for their Zen Pinball titles, and best of all, they’ve happily confirmed that it will be a cross-buy title.
With the latest game in the Tales Of series, we follow Milla and Jude on their journey to restore mana back to the world.
Boasting upgraded graphics, a more in-depth combat system, and series character designers Kosuke Fujishima and Mutsumi Inomata both working together for the first time on a single game, we look in to whether or not Xillia is the ultimate Tales Of title.
Zatanna, one of the well-known magicians of the DC Universe, is joining the ever-growing cast of Injustice: Gods Among Us.
Ed Boon is clearly listening to fans as he’s delivering some of the most highly requested fighters for Injustice, and yes, they are from the DC Universe rather than the world of Mortal Kombat.