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Criterion have released the news that Burnout fans have been waiting to hear, they’ve told us what will be coming in their first DLC pack in 2009.
Fans of the series will be pleased to hear that Burnout will now have an 8 player offline mode, Burnout Paradise Party, so that when you have your friends around for those gaming parties you’ll all be able to get stuck into a bit of Burnout.
By now, you’ve probably got some trophies (or maybe you’re going for every trophy possible) and would love to see how well you’re doing against other PS3 owners in your region. Right?
After a short delay and 3 updates later, we finally have our hands on the game we’ve been craving for oh so long. Yes, I’m talking about LittleBigPlanet here and let me tell you, there is nothing little about this game… well, except for the adorable little Sackboy we love so much.
Like Sackboy? Like monkeys? Are you in Japan!?! Ah well, two out of three isn’t bad. Check out this new LittleBigPlanet costume which will be on offer in the Land of the Rising Sun for early adopters of the game.
This week is all about the demos. WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009, Tom Clancy’s EndWar, Mirror’s Edge and Alone In The Dark Inferno should keep you busy for a while. The usual Rock Band and game videos are back as well. No premium themes this week, I don’t know if I can cope…
Speaking of EndWar, you too can get to try it out (Paintball whelts not included). We got our hands on the Mirror’s Edge demo, and so can you!
PS3 Attitude’s Impressions feature lets you know what’s worth downloading in the land of demo-dom and what’s worth protecting your hard-drive from. This week we look at the much anticipated Mirror’s Edge demo.
Some of you have been asking for a way to edit your comments after you’ve left them. Well, that day has arrived!
Apple Corps. and MTV made an announcement today at 14:00 GMT, and your friendly PS3 Attitude was invited.
There’s a full transcript of what happened after the jump…
It is a cold day in London. The rain has been falling and it seems like winter has finally arrived. After a brief encounter under the clock at Waterloo Station, a team of intrepid reporters and fans head up the M1 to Coventry, where Tom Clancy’sEndWar awaits.
But just as with all good metaphors, the sun began to shine and the clouds parted as we get closer and closer to our objective – hands-on withUbisoft’s new RTS title. Thankfully, nobody broke into song on the coach ride or it would have really ruined the moment.
The PS3 is more than just a gaming machine, it’s an entire media hub. The fellows over at MediaMall Technologies have enabled PS3 owners to access the best videos of the internet through a nifty download called PlayOn. Users are able to access YouTube, CNN, ESPN, CBS, Nexflix, and the ever popular Hulu; all directly from the XMB.
Sony correct, well, Sony and clarify that the invitation Home is only for full-time Qorers … not just those that are jumping on the Qore wagon now.
We care about all the great game franchises youâ€™ll find across the entire PlayStation universe, so when people go ahead and make movies about those titles we sit up and take notice.
One franchise that has yet to make the leap to the PS3 is Max Payne, and we really wish it would. After a not-too-bad-at-all conversion of Hitman to the silver screen, will Max Payne do any better at the cinema? Or is more likely to nestle in with the likes of the Tomb Raider movies (or worse, Alone in the Dark)?
Hiroshi Matsuyama from CyberConnect2 unloads a mammoth amount of Ninja goodness information about upcoming Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm over at the PS Blog.
Want something that looks just that little bit more authentic when you’re playing Guitar Hero?
How about a three-quarter replica of Gene Simmons’ guitar from Kiss?
Our Trophy Wars competition isn’t the only internal battle here at PS3 Attitude.
Some of us (wrongly) think the R2 Beta rocks, but the more balanced members of the team aren’t blinded by the light of new-ness. We’ve seen all sorts of ‘wrong’ in the R2 Beta…
News in brief – If you head on over to the official PlayStation Canada website, you might fine our little hessian/burlap friend running riot all over the site…
Capcom sent us this reminder that Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (that’s quite a mouthful) is still on it’s way. 20 new screens from the game show off it’s superb 1080p HD graphics. This set features Balrog, Chun-Li, and Vega. With all 17 original fighters, online matches and more, SSFIITHDR is looking to please Street Fighter fans everywhere. Keep your eyes on the PSN Store when the downloadable game hits this Fall.
When the review copy of Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway came through my letterbox I was slightly apprehensive about playing it. My Granddad served in the 2nd World War and I am very aware of the way in which the war has affected people’s lives. I’ve stayed away from World War 2 games before because of this but I was determined to give this one a chance.
So was this the right thing to do, or should I have left well alone?