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Warner Bros. has announced that the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins can be purchased in 2 flavours – standard or collector’s.
The collector’s edition will release alongside the standard on 25th October worldwide.
The Last of Us. Dishonored. BioShock 2. Assassin’s Creed III. Persona 4: Golden. Final Fantasy XIII. The Walking Dead. Rapala Fishing Frenzy 2009.
All but one of these games has been played by the PS3 Attitude team this week, so can you guess which is the imposter? (Seriously, it isn’t that difficult.)
PlayStation All-Stars released to underwhelming reviews and sales and, although we feel that it’s a better game than what was poorly advertised, it’s clear that Sony did not give it to attention that it deserved.
So sadly, it won’t be a surprise to many that DLC has been axed for the once-promising title.
Twenty publishers are hoping to acquire developer Atlus by the end of August.
Atlus are well-known for their highly-acclaimed series’ Persona, Shin Megami Tensei, Trauma Centre and standalone title Catherine. Also known for their adorable Jack Frost mascot.
Stealth Inc revolves around clones participating in tests for a manufacturer. It’s either complete the tests or be destroyed by turrets, lasers, robots and more.
You might be thinking, ‘Wow, sounds a bit like Portal!’ and while that’s true to a certain extent, it’s a bit more sadistic than any tests created by GlaDOS and Aperture. It may tickle your funny bone, but it may also crush it.
After seven weeks, The Last of Us has finally been dethroned from the top of the UK videogames chart, so I thought now was a good time for a retrospective look at my own personal experience with the game. This is the story of how my feelings towards Naughty Dog’s latest adventure went from scornful indifference to something not too far from reverence.
WARNING: The following article contains MAJOR spoilers for The Last of Us. Please only read if you have either completed the game or don’t mind the story being ruined.
Assassin’s Creed: Liberation heroine Aveline is returning in ACIV in missions exclusive to PS3 and PS4 copies of the game, as previously announced.
With roughly an hours content putting Aveline back in the spotlight, the PS versions of ACIV are aiming to be the best.
Can you say ‘The Last of Us’? Whereas most new releases disappear from PS3A PlayTime after a few short weeks, Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic survival horror continues to come out on top. Also getting some love this week were Final Fantasy XIII, Saints Row: The Third, Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark, The Walking Dead and Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward.
Lightning is returning and to many fans pleasure, and their dismay, she’s going to be showcasing bigger boobs that jiggle. She’s also adding to her new and extensive wardrobe by adding a Yuna outfit from Final Fantasy X to it.
Developer Media Molecule has announced, via their blog, that Tearaway is going to be delayed by a month for some last-minute polishing.
Being MM’s first foray in to handheld gaming, they want to ensure that Tearaway is a top-notch adventure that fans will love.
Publisher 505 Games announced that Ashes Cricket 2013, the upcoming release in the hugely popular Cricket series, has been delayed so that they can release a better game at a later date.
Namco Bandai’s Tales of Xillia is less than two weeks away from release on August 9th, but fans still have time to pre-order their copy of the game. If you act quickly enough, you might be able to snag one of the two limited special editions being offered. Joining the Tales of Xillia: Milla Maxwell Collector’s Edition is the new Day One Edition which is being offered at the same price as the standard retail edition.
Ed Boon, creative director at NetherRealm Studios, has announced that there will be more character DLC after Martian Manhunter and promises that it will please fans.
With the DC Universe being huge and diverse, fans can debate over who deserves to be in Injustice next.
On Monday, David Cameron announced that 95% of UK households will have online pornography and other adult content blocked by default. Here’s why that is really bad news for everyone.
Deep Silver has revealed that Saints Row IV will have a Season Pass, including all of the planned DLC for the over-the-top comedic title.
Included will be controversial weapon the Rectifier, an anal probe which has been banned in Australia.
Stealth Inc, formerly known as Stealth Bastard on other platforms, is coming to PS3 and Vita today in EU but if you’re in NA, you can pick it up already.
Developer Curve Studios is responsible for the superb port of Thomas Was Alone and Buzz! games on PSP.
Atomic Ninjas, the upcoming game from Grip Games, has received its first gameplay trailer which looks manic.
Grip Games are best known for creating and porting several games including The Impossible Game, Foosball 2012, One Epic Game and Blimp: The Flying Adventures.
It’s been a slightly random week for the PS3 Attitude team, with a large variety of games getting some play time, including Aliens: Colonial Marines, Dead or Alive 5, The Walking Dead, Yakuza 3, and …
“It was time for my second PayDay. I remember The (original) Heist like it was yesterday. Others remember it too and while many looked upon it favourably, there were those that said we just hadn’t gone deep enough. It was time to move things forward. It was time to enter the rabbit hole.
Or in my case, The Tunnel…”