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The E3 2012 Sony press conference was definitely the highlight of the day for us. There was a considerable about of clarity and new reveals to satisfy the palette for a little while. We can’t help it knowing that there is more to be revealed for PS3 and Vita from both Sony and the amazing developers at E3 in the days to come. If you missed the conference and don’t want to watch the replay, take a peak inside and grab the highlights here.
The PS3 Attitude team is always hard at work writing the fabulous posts you enjoy reading so much. So how do we find the time to play the games we love? We do find time, we must. But wouldn’t you rather find out what we’ve been playing?
We’ve heard everyone list their top 10 most likely, most requested, or most wanted PlayStation characters for the upcoming PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Now lets talk about the PlayStation characters we don’t want to see. Wouldn’t it be funny if these characters made it into the game?
Today, Sony unveiled the new Pulse Wireless Stereo Headset – Elite Edition. In this latest video, the PlayStation Blog is looking a lot like QVC, selling its newest headset hardware meant to replace the old one in every way. Take a look inside to get see what’s new…
If you’re anything like us, then you’ve played and completed every Lego game on PS3 to 100% completion. And the news about any new licensed Lego collect-athon adventure has you about as excited as a hyena in heat. Too soon? Lego Lord of the Rings is coming to PS3 and PS Vita by the end of 2012, so long as 2012 does end first.
Pinball Arcade was recently released for PS3 and Vita, and you may have heard that its tough to put down. With the help of Kickstarter, FarSight Studios is trying to add more tables starting with one know as… The Twilight Zone.
The title nearly says it all. An official YouTube app for PlayStation Vita will arrive end of June according to the official PlayStation Blog. Finally, a video app for the Vita…wait.
Announced just today, Spy Hunter will find itself refreshed and rebooted on the PS Vita this fall. A classic vehicular shooter like Spy Hunter will serve itself nicely amongst the lack of classic reboots offered up for the Vita thus far.
The second Mortal Kombat tips and tricks video direct from NetherRealm Studios has been released. They managed to politely assume everyone is having difficulty with the Vita exclusive gameplay elements. And just in case they were right, we’ve included the first tips and tricks video as well as the new one, all in one place for your viewing pleasure.
Indie game developers Boss Baddie and VooFoo Studios have teamed up with publisher Ripstone to bring twin-stick shooter Big Sky: Infinity to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, having only been previously on PC.
The old school Dreamcast favourite, Jet Set Radio, is coming to PS Vita. A PS3 version was announced back in February, but SEGA can now confirm that there will also be a handheld version with additional features.
VooFoo Studios’ Pure Chess is making its North American debut on the PlayStation Store next week, and we’re giving away vouchers to both the PS3 and PS Vita versions of the game. Want to get your hands on the most “pure chess experience as you can get?” Here’s how…
When Vikings Attack is a four-player action fighting game that plays similar to the playground game of dodgeball. The PlayStation 3 and Vita title will be a Cross Purchase, making the multiplayer much more accessible, even for your girlfriend.
Sony is determined to prove to the world that just because PS Vita is small, it doesn’t mean it can’t offer those big game experiences. This not only applies to controls, visuals and gameplay; sound also has a huge part to play.
PS3 Attitude caught up with Kevin Riepl and Jason Graves, composers on Resistance: Burning Skies, to discuss their approach to composing a score for a handheld game that befits a AAA PS3 blockbuster.
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.
Super Monkey Ball games have graced many new handheld launch lineups but the Vita was not one of them. As it turns out, Banana Splitz is officially landing on 23 October. Sporting lots of what you’d expect and plenty of Vita-specific gameplay. Will you still be interested in bananas during pumpkin season?
The shortage of games for the PlayStation Vita is going to end in due time. Evidence of this is shown in the latest trailer for a very polished new brain training game called Smart As… Set to tickle your grey matter in more ways than one this fall.
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?”
The Deep Blue program may have been the first computer program to conquer the World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov in 1997. But Pure Chess was developed with the help of a modern day Grand Master. Do you think you have what it takes to be a Grand Master?