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Don’t worry – she’s not getting married.
Our friends at ThreeSpeech have a great competition going right now. When you enter, you’ll be added to the list of people who could walk away with one of two copies of Tomb Raider: Underworld.
Not content with just getting the game for free? You’ll be pleased to hear that both copies have been signed by model Keeley Hawes, the voice of Lara Croft.
The clue is in the title, really. We have more good news about SF4. But I’m not about to tell you here. Oh no. Go see! Before it is too late and it’s gone… (that’s a clue, btw!)
Come January 29, you will be able to download the DLC time trial pack for Mirror’s Edge. You can own all maps for the price of $10 (Â£6.90) and for those of you who feel that is a bit pricey, remember, PS3 owners get an exclusive map for free. That’s right, nada!
Hideo Kojima talks about the current state of the Japanese game industry whilst announcing his intentions of working on four games, one of which will be announced very soon.
Bethesda gifts us a new host of Fallout 3 improvements in the form of Release 126.96.36.199
At 47MB it’s a steal considering it fixes numerous crashes and the rare instance of dead NPCs coming back to life. When we kill something at PS3 Attitude we insist that it stays DEAD so this is fantastic news.
We knew this was going to happen. Just when we finish off the Games of 2009 list – two more come along to ruin the party. The West is about to get wilder with a Call of Juarez prequel and Avalanche unveil their secret two-year project – AionGuard.
Killzone 2 is one of those titles that is making us all very excited.
Whilst you’ll have to wait for PS3 Attitude’s review and hands-on impressions, PlayStation Official Magazine UK have weighed in with their review, and it doesn’t disappoint.
We take a look at the state of PS3 in Japan. With some big games coming out and a run in the hardware charts has Sony finally turned the corner in terms of the flagging success of the console in the region?
The 1.02 update for PlayTV is out and does… not all that much, really. Take the jump for the full details. Particularly if you’re a fan of subtle comedy references…
It seems that Tomb Raider: Underworld’s poor sales (1.5 million copies; and counting), may have led Eidos to make some decisions about the future of the Tomb Raider franchise.
Is Lara’s starlight fading? Read the full article to find out.
www.uncaged.com launches with some exclusive information about Activision’s X-Men Origins Wolverine game including a purty 3D image of Wolverine in mid-flight. About to slice and dice some unfortunate no doubt. Check out the full article for more details about the new site.
Everything is about Street Fighter IV these days! Characters’ pictures, new peripherals and collector’s editions, just one month before its release.
Continuing the trend, Capcom recently released a set of screenshots that feature Rose (my personal favourite). A video featuring gameplay footage was also released, featuring Rose and Gen.
The long awaited 1.30 patch for SOCOM Confrontation went live January 9th. A myriad of issues were addressed and some requested features were added.
In order to resolve one of the more important issues with Confrontation, incorrect player stat tracking, all player statistics were wiped clean during the update process. All was supposed to be well, the 1.30 update was the golden ticket to a smooth SOCOM experience.
Or so we thought.
You may have seen the first ever WWE Smackdown vs. Raw DLC pack hit the PS Store last Thursday. What you may not know is that us lucky PS3 owners got some exclusive content for being loyal SmackDown fans since the PS1 days.
Even if you joined the SmackDown express during the PS2 era or even just now on the PS3, THQ wants to let you know that we are their favorites by adding five exclusives to the DLC pack, including two lovely WWE Divas in Christmas getups. Rawr.
CES 2009 is in full swing, and Kaz Hirai has taken the opportunity to bring us all up to speed on how well the PS3 is doing – well, certainly in terms of ‘connected users’.
According to Hirai, 85% of PlayStation 3 owners are online in comparison to 60% of Xbox 360 owners.
Yesterday, Sony gave their keynote speech at CES 2009.
Missed it? Don’t worry, because PS3 Attitude are here with the entire conference via the power of moving pictures.
Just don’t expect to be able to put on those old 3D glasses you saved from a copy of Bullet so you can experience Gran Turismo 5 in three dimensions – it won’t work.
Flock! will be with us shortly. What’s better that some new screens to leer over as we dream up our livestock herding stratagems? Check them out here.
We’ve got our hands on fourteen new Dark Void screenshots that have tickled our fancy. What do you think? Are you looking forward to the Capcom alternate history sci-fi game?
The RedBull Island finally makes an appearance and EA announce a new Sports Complex coming this Spring. With mini-games like golf, racing and, our personal favourite, poker, Home is shaping up nicely as more companies start to embrace the social online experience.