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Bionic Commando Rearmed was a great remake of a classic game. We wanted more and now we’re finally getting it.
Sadly, GRIN is not developing the sequel since the studio closed down shortly after the retail release of Bionic Commando. Instead, the game is being developed by Fatshark.
Don’t let that worry you though, most of the team that worked on Bionic Commando Rearmed moved to Fatshark. The sequel is in good hands.
We were given the opportunity to try the game out for ourselves. Does the inclusion of a jump button really make that much of a difference?
Killzone 3 was the main attraction at the Sony booth during E3 last week. In addition to the multiple widescreen televisions they had demoing the game, there were a few utilizing 3D.
We got the chance to play Killzone 3, and in 3D no less. How does the game stack up so far, and does the 3D do for games what Avatar did for films? Let’s find out!
Rock Band 3 marks a complete makeover for the entire series; adding more songs, more features, and basically evolving the way the music rhythm game is handled.
We’ve known for a while now that keyboards were coming to the franchise and we got up close and personal with the new instrument in addition to testing out the new Pro mode that let’s you get even closer to your dream of becoming a rock star by teaching you how to actually play an instrument.
This is the moment you’ve all been waiting for; the Sony Press Conference. We’ve already had some amazing announcements come in the weeks leading up to E3 such as LittleBigPlanet 2, Killzone 3, and MotorStorm Apocalypse so what can we expect at today’s conference?
The conference begins at 12:00pm (PDT) and we’ll be bringing you coverage starting then so join us for some huge PlayStation announcements and hopefully a little Kevin Butler.
We already covered earlier today and now it’s Ubisoft’s turn. What announcements and surprises can we expect from the makers of Prince of Persia and Splinter Cell? Let’s find out!
At E3 2009 Electronic Arts showed off Brutal Legend, announced the newest EA Sports title, MMA, and had a special appearance by tennis legend Pete Sampras. What does this year’s press conference have in store for us?
We’ll be covering EA’s event LIVE from the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. The conference begins at 2:00 p.m. (PDT) and coverage will start around 1:30 so tune in to our live feed below and enjoy!
This deal is Big Boss approved. True story.
The world of Ultimate Fighting is set to return to consoles later this month with UFC Undisputed 2010.
Can this game fix last year’s problems and deliver a knockout blow to both the WWE and Fight Night games, as well as fending off EA’s upcoming MMA game?
FirstPlay, the European equivalent of Qore finally launches next Thursday. PS3 Attitude was recently invited to view the beta episode, and here’s what we thought of it.
Back in the early 90’s Final Fight was the game to play at the arcades. This classic beat ‘em up allowed for you and a friend to pummel waves of thugs. What wasn’t there to like? The concept was simple and it was really fun.
Capcom is re-releasing the original Arcade version of Final Fight on April 15th for the PlayStation Network. Final Fight: Double Impact will also feature Magic Sword, another classic sidescrolling arcade game.
There’s a little over two weeks left until Double Impact hits the PSN and we were given the opportunity to get our hands on the game and provide some details and impressions.
It’s not often we get asked if we want to shoot things in the face. So when an email materialised from Capcom asking if we wanted to do just that, we felt it rude to say no.
It seems they have a bug infestation – and they need our help by allowing us access to copious amounts of Lost Planet 2 at a special event.
Can the game surpass its highly regarded predecessor?
Shatter was one of the most notable games released on the PSN last year and it finally making its way to PC later this month. With it, the game is bringing new modes in addition to multiplayer. The good news is that these modes will be making their way to the PS3 version at some point in the future.
We go hands-on with the PC version of Shatter to bring your our impressions of these new gameplay modes; Endless Mode, Endless Co-op Multiplayer, Time Attack, and Time Attack Co-op Multiplayer.
In a society where gamers expected the latest in 3D graphics and technology, there stands one game that returns to the classic pixelated times of old, sorta. We were given the opportunity to experience 3D Dot Game Heroes in all its glory, and we we’re quite impressed to say the least.
Our demo began with a quick look at the character editor and the many wonderful creations you can dream up. Our guide made a quick pixelated version of the lovable Domo-Kun sans body and arms. Right away we could tell that this was going to be awesome…
When we learned that the Heavy Rain demo was available to download a week before its official release, we were excited. After all, Heavy Rain is our #2 Most Wanted Game of 2010 and the anticipation is overwhelming.
Did the Heavy Rain demo exceed our expectations or were we left disappointed?
Long before Master Chief and his elliptical world. Before the invasions of Vekta and the subsequent incursion into Helghan. There was Aliens Vs. Predator (hereafter AvP).
Shocking the bejesus out of us all back in 1999 when it reared its xenomorphic tongue-sprouting head on the PC (though this author also remembers the Jaguar version quite fondly), Rebellion’s marrying of both action properties – while also inspired by the eponymous Dark Horse comics – have a special place in the hearts of a lot of FPS veterans. Right where the chest-burster usually goes.
With a new AvP game on the dark horizon, we got the opportunity to visit the guys at Rebellion and get a first-hand look at how the resurrection of one of the most renown franchises in the FPS arena is coming along.
The End of Eternity demo is out in Japan and we have a gameplay video that shows the combat system in action.
Is the latest RPG from tri-Ace worth your time?
During Eurogamer Expo in London last week, the wonderful people at Relentless Software allowed us 90 minutes of hands-on time to take their first self-published title, Blue Toad Murder Files, for a full spin.
We managed to get through the entire first episode of the forthcoming whodunnit-em-up. So how does the game stack up? And did we manage to pick the right suspect?
The Bayonetta demo is now out in Japan and we have a gameplay video that shows the first climax.
Is Bayonetta worth your time?
The Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 demo is out in Japan and we have gameplay videos showcasing all the modes available to play.
With improved controls, new abilities, additional characters, and new gameplay modes, how does the game hold up?
Is NGS2 worth the wait?