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Zen Studios has officially revealed their latest game project and no, it’s not another pinball title. KickBeat, as the name suggests, blends martial arts fighting with the music rhythm genre to create something entirely different and will be coming exclusively to the PS Vita later this year.
Well, isn’t this a neat mini surprise? As is often the case with the Minis, I was content to let Velocity slip through my net. Let’s face it, there isn’t a shortage of them and most aren’t worth more than a fleeting glance. However, Velocity has received some rave reviews and some much wiser people than me have highly recommended it, so I thought, “Why not?”
Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time is the newest adventure coming from Sanzaru Games, the team behind the Sly Cooper Collection. Set to come exclusively to the PlayStation 3, until now. Featuring enhanced motion controls and front/rear touch support, Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time is also coming to PS Vita.
PS3 Attitude spoke with PlayStation gamer Will Voss about how he got hooked on trophy collecting and what his girlfriend thinks of his habits. Read about how his start as a PlayStation tester changed the way he plays games. Leave your coat behind for this interview, because SnowVixen brings the heat…
Last week Rebellion’s Sniper Elite V2 rocketed to the top of the charts in the UK and elsewhere, proving that niche genres can still succeed in this hugely competitive era of big budget AAA games. PS3 Attitude caught up with John Merchant, global brand manager at 505 Games, to find out his views on Sniper Elite’s success so far, how it came about and where the series goes from here.
Plastic’s first venture onto PSN was 2008’s Linger in Shadows, which to this day remains arguably the weirdest title on the service. The Polish demoscene group’s latest release, Datura, was released this week on the PlayStation Store, and is almost as unusual as its predecessor.
2K Games has announced that BioShock Infiite will miss its scheduled October release to instead hit stores on 26 February 2013. This unfortunately is a big blow for Stefhutch20, Majiesto and myself, because we all included Infinite in our hottest PS3 games of 2012 list. That’ll teach us not to learn lessons from previous BioShock delays.
Traversing tree tops, hidden daggers, bow and arrows and a tomahawk. Ubisoft today launched an Assassin’s Creed III teaser trailer showing all of these in action. The teaser is CG but a proper gameplay reveal has been promised, but only after we take it viral.
Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is dubbed a free-to-play puzzler; but no doubt quite a few of you picked it up, played five games and then found yourself feeling slightly miffed when it asked you to cough up 79p to play another five.
Finally announced last week, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a Super Smash Bros. style brawler, pitting a variety of PlayStation characters against each other for the first time.
Already confirmed are Fat Princess, Kratos (God of War), Colonel Radec (Killzone), PaRappa the Rapper, Sly Cooper and Sweet Tooth (Twisted Metal), but PS3 Attitude have been thinking about which other characters we’d like to see in the game.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has officially been announced worldwide on the Call of Duty website.
Set in 2025, the reveal trailer depicts a near future war with near future technology and near future hovering airplanes. This may be considerably out of reach by current aircraft design, although the quadrotor, or quadricopter, is currently available for iOS and Android devices. Is this the future of warfare?
Kratos has been a lone warrior so far in his God of War adventures, but this is about to change because the next game, Ascension, will have full-on multiplayer. The news was confirmed today by Sony and Santa Monica Studios.
It won’t go down in history as Sony’s best-kept secret, but it’s notable nonetheless. The news is now out the bag, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is real. The announcement came via GTTV and it following months of rumours and leaks.
New Battlefield 3 expansions are preparing for battle on your PlayStation 3, beginning with Close Quarters this June. Where the Back to Karkand expansion introduced new players to old maps, Close Quarters will drop players into four new fully destructible maps with 10 new weapons to unlock. Are you prepared for some close quarters combat?
A Call of Duty world reveal is expected to happen on 1 May 2012 during the basketball playoffs on TNT, according to a teaser image on the official Call of Duty website.
Chances are you missed StarDrone when it slipped quietly on to the PS Store in March last year. It’s now lost somewhere in the store’s labyrinth of menus alongside other missing low-priced puzzle games.
You can easily dismiss Drone as just another twin-stick shooter in the same vein as the fine Super Stardust, if you only give it a brief superficial glance. But that’s not how it plays – not even close. Your ship doesn’t have guns; it doesn’t even have a propulsion system.
Sony has unveiled God of War: Ascension as the next title in the acclaimed franchise, and it will act as a prequel to the original God of War. The game will go back to a time before Kratos became the brute we’ve always seen him as; before he was known as the legendary Ghost of Sparta or as a servant of the God Ares. Does this mean we’ll see a softer and more humane side of Kratos? Probably not.
Assassinating persons of considerable influence, stopping time, traversing rooftops, sword fighting. These are some of the things you’ll find in the debut trailer for Dishonored, a dystopian first-person shooter from Bethesda and Arkane Studios.
Give the trailer a look to find out why Dishonored is one of the industry’s most anticipated new franchises.
Crysis 3 was accidentally revealed last week by a premature posting on EA’s own Origin website, hinting at a return to an urban setting and a new crossbow weapon. Today, EA has officially announced the game along with a slew of details including a premium Hunter Edition, pre-order bonuses, and a spring 2013 release date.