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We feel quite close to Noby Noby Boy here at PS3 Attitude. Catching our first glance of what Takahashi-san had up his creative sleeve back in October 2007, we’ve been intrigued ever since.
Now that Noby Noby Boy has been unleashed on the unsuspecting public, what will draw people to want to try out Keita Takahashi’s community playground?
Viral marketing – that’s what.
PS3 Attitude proudly presents an interview with Tom Nally, a student in the UK who could well be the Molyneux, Miyamoto or Ueda of tomorrow. We grilled Tom about a host of things, from emotional music right through to where the industry needs to pick up the slack.
In an article entitled “Killzone 2 is Who We Are” over at the official PlayStation site, Guerrilla Games talks everything Killzone, highlighting the fact that the graphical fidelity sought for the multi-player aspect of the game was “very very difficult.” And not without its price.
But will the sacrificed co-op mode be making a comeback via DLC? Read on to find out.
In our first ever Cell Yell – the feature that sees our readers become the stars of the show – we asked you for five words that describe the PlayStation 3.
What did we do with the results?
We already discussed what the ‘Killzone 2 effect’ might mean to developers, but what does does it do to and for the gamer?
For a long time now there has been a general feeling across the gaming community, and the majority of the press, that if the PS3 is the most powerful console on the market today, then we have yet to see any proof. Has that now changed?
With the gaming world talking about Killzone 2 and the pre-orders already at a high level, one has to ask how much Killzone 2 can change the way developers see the PS3 – what you might call ‘the Killzone 2 effect’…
With the game getting so much attention, in some part because of its awesome graphics, you could imagine developers must be feeling the pressure to compete.
Welcome to Cell Yell, a new regular feature at PS3 Attitude where you, our wonderful readers, are the stars of the show.
In this week’s Cell Yell we want you to tell us, via our comments system, the following…
The sequel to the highly popular Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has just been confirmed. Announced as part Activision’s forth quarter earnings call for 2009, Modern Warfare 2 is sure to impress. While we have no details on what Infinity Ward is up to this time around, an executive from the company stated that the game will be the most anticipated for the end of 2009.
Once again, it is that time of year when the video game industry gathers together to find out who has been nominated for a glittering prize.
This year’s GAME British Academy Video Games Awards offer up a real smorgasbord of titles, with CoD4 raking in a massive seven nominations closely followed by six for GTA: IV…
Straight from the annals of “We could have told you that ages ago” zombie frag-fest Dead Rising has been confirmed as a multiplatform title with the PS3 now being shown some undead love. Eww … that didn’t come out right.
Following the incredible work Brodiesan put into the Games of 2009 series, we have now consolidated everything into a single 2009 PS3 Games Database so you can keep tabs on what is on the horizon for our favourite console.
We’ll be constantly updating the database as the year progresses to ensure it is the one place you can visit to find out what is going on with your favourite games. It’ll also be a good place to hang out if you want to impress your friends with some of the more obscure titles (“What do you mean you haven’t heard of Islands of Wakfu”).
You can access the database from our menu (hover over Calendar)
Leave no game behind. That’s our motto. The Games of 2009 series may be over but the list is most definitely incomplete. Read on to find out what we’ve decided to do to remedy the situation.
Despite all the negative press about Sony’s profits (or lack of) recently, it appears that they do understand that in a down economy you need to flash some marketing cash to help pull yourself up.
And that is precisely what Sony have planned for Killzone 2 – a Â£2m spending spree that will see, amongst other things, the neatest sounding web-based game we’ve heard of for some time.
We haven’t heard of Matt Hazard in a really, really long time. We almost completely forgot about him here at PS3 Attitude. You may remember the original “The Adventures of Matt in Hazard Land”, the ground breaking “Matt Hazard 3D” or the wildly successful and now legendary console game “You Only Live 1,317 Times”.
If none of these games ring a bell, then take a look at this unofficially official guide to the to the world’s greatest game hero ever created. In the meantime, look at what the best game character you’ve never heard of has been up to all these years. Consider yourself warned though, it’s not all good.
PS3 Attitude recently joined the masses and started our own Twitter feed. So what was the most natural thing to do with our new found feed? Work out the best people to follow.
Therefore, we’re proud to present our Top 50 Video Game Twitter Feeds for your delectation. We’ve broken the list into neat categories to make things easier for you, so go ahead and start following your favourites now…
This time, we tackle Firmware updates. From video chatting in-game to a lovely new XMB icon, the gauntlet is thrown once more to prove that we, the people, know what is best for our beloved console. As always, the really interesting stuff comes from you via the comments.
Our ‘Best DLC’ award winners for 2008 are at it again. Criterion are about to release yet another free update for Burnout Paradise.
Arriving on February 6th, the latest update brings a whole raft of changes and is timed to coincide with their first paid-for DLC, the Burnout Paradise Party Pack.
So what can you expect from this latest downloadable delectation?
The last in our four part series (and flagrantly late – sorry about that) we take a look at the Games of 2009 from the end of the alphabet. Team Ico’s project, Uncharted 2, The Witcher – there’s some good ones in here people.
Dylan Jobe, director of Warhawk, reveals in a Twitter post that he has presented his new game to Sony. Could it be the fabled Warhawk sequel or was it something completely new? And did Sony like it? Read on for our impressions.