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Whenever new Heavy Rain material becomes available, we do like to lap it up. How about 24 minutes from a presentation made at the Micromania Games Show in Paris this weekend? Done.
Our good friends over at Three SpeechÂ have discussed the future of Intelligent Design and AI in gaming with part 1 of a 5 part series. The topic of today’s discussion is Autonomy. What exactly is …
EA talk sequels and just when we’re likely to see Isaac Clarke and Faith returning for more.
Sackboy hits Japan. Will he be embraced in the land of sushi and samurai as well as how other territories have warmed to him? Well, sales figures don’t lie. Check here for more.
Talking at GameCity in Nottingham today, Alex Evans was asked about the lack of image import in LittleBigPlanet.
The news? He confirmed that this was only pulled from the release of the game because of time constraints, and that the image import tool would be released by Christmas.
Hot on the (burning heels) of new information about paid DLC content, Jeremy Chubb from Criterion Games, gives some added details about the Burnout Paradise Network.
PS3 Attitude has five whole dollars to give away for any EA game. Click here to find out how you can win this mammoth gift of ultimate extravagance!
Sony announced the full tracklist of the latest SingStar instalment, which is scheduled to visit us this November.
With 30 songs to choose from and the SingStar Store providing you 444 more, SingStar Vol.3 comes packed with tons of fun. Gentlemen (and ladies), power on your mics; it’s karaoke time!
One of the many new titles out in stores today, James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace stands out as a potential winner.
You may remember we got to play the game recently at a preview event and interview one of the team from Treyarch, and we must say we were impressed. It is always hard to do justice when it comes to movie tie-ins, but somehow Quantum of Solace manages to be both a rock-solid FPS and remind you that you are Bond.
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?
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!
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…
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.
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?