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Rockstar Games has released the much anticipated second trailer for Grand Theft Auto V. In the trailer, we get a good look at the games three playable characters; Michael, Trevor, and Franklin. In typical GTA fashion, there’s plenty of fast cars, gunfire, and “extracurricular activities” in Los Santos.
Putting a monkey in a ball and rolling it across narrow, precarious platforms is a pretty cruel idea for a game, but gamers have struggled to resist Super Monkey Ball’s irresistible charms since it arrived way back in 2001.
The nice chaps at Hello Games have announced that PS3 users can finally get their hands on Joe Danger 2: The Movie today, which even includes an extra 10-hour campaign, exclusive to the PlayStation Network.
Grid 2 impressed onlookers at this year’s Eurogamer Expo – no doubt about it. With its dazzling visuals and intelligent physics, the game has the potential to be something special.
So, you’ve downloaded the YouTube app for PS3, Vita, and smart phones. But do you know what the top five awesome video game inspired videos are?
Hope you’re ready for another hack n’ slash, dungeon crawling, looting, beat’em up PSN title. R.A.W. is coming sooner than you think and features a sweet two-player coop mode. Are you a warrior, dark sorcerer, or rogue master of stealth?
With addictive titles such as Treasures of Montezuma Blitz and Frobisher Says!, gamers can hardly move for free games on PS Vita right now. You can never have too many free games though, so Sony has announced that another one is arriving on the PS Store tomorrow, entitled Ecolibrium.
The Pinball Arcade is topic of much discussion on PS3 Attitude, mostly because its an excellent game and a great deal with Cross Buy. This is also the case with each of the DLC packs currently available and upcoming, and this is only possible on PlayStation. While we await the release of Table Packs 3 and 4, FarSight Studios announced Table Pack 5. Click in to find out which tables…
Any lingering worries that you may have about AC III: Liberation not being a full-fat Assassin’s Creed game can definitely be put firmly to bed, as the new trailer shows that the title will be very much sticking to the franchise’s stealthy and stabby roots.
Though Ubisoft hasn’t shown any PS3 footage of upcoming platformer Rayman Legends, everyone (including us) just assumed that it would come to the same consoles as Rayman Origins, which would include PS3 and Vita. Well, the latest trailer finally reveals the truth, and unfortunately it doesn’t make happy viewing for PlayStation gamers.
With the Wii U’s tablet controller and the Xbox 360’s SmartGlass technology, it looks like dual-screen gaming is the future for home consoles. Now Sony has hit back with an impressive demo of its own, in which the Vita is used as a controller to play LittleBigPlanet 2 on PS3.
Electronic Arts has announced Battlefield 3: Premium Edition, as part of the publisher’s Gamescom press conference earlier today. Intended for new players, it will include a copy of the game plus a subscription to Battlefield Premium and a few extra goodies.
Darksiders II opens with Death charging up a frozen keep on Despair, his fearsome steed, hacking the few enemies brave enough to get in his way. The next stage sees him running up and across walls, clinging to pillars, shimmying at speed across hand holds and taking out ice skeletons with ferocious combos. A boss battle soon follows, which is surprisingly more intense than what you’d normally expect at this early stage.
GRID 2 was finally announced today by Codemasters after two years in pre-production. Due out in 2013, the sequel to 2008′s Race Driver: GRID promises “high-impact aggressive thrills” for a “cinematic race experience”.
The latest trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops II unveils the curtain surrounding the always-popular multiplayer of the next installment in the franchise and includes a few new surprises to boot.
Arc System Works has announced BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, the latest instalment in the hugely popular 2D fighting series.
The story will continue from where Continuum Shift left off but have the developers, Arc System Works, done enough to entice you to visit the world of Ragna and co. again? Read on to decide.
Top developers have a lot in common with championship winning F1 teams: they both know the value of a good engine.
The F1 team may have great drivers but this means nothing if they’re sent out in a heavy, unreliable car. Likewise, the most creative game devs will always struggle if they’re asked to work with a shoddy game engine.
This new Assassin’s Creed 3 trailer shows off Ubisoft’s new engine, AnvilNext, and its confident tone suggests they think they have a winner.
LittleBigPlanet has become quite the pinnacle franchise for Sony consoles and handhelds, replacing many of the brand’s past mascots with Sackboy and Sackgirl. The PlayStation Vita has yet to receive a tasty piece of the LittleBigPlanet pie. That is all about to change, come 25 September, when Vita gets its own chance to Play, Create, and Share.
Far Cry 3′s co-op mode debuted at E3 to a mixed reception but hopefully any doubts are quelled once you have a look at the new features on offer.
Although the single-player campaign looks brilliant, the game will be testing your ability to escape the island by giving you reasons to draw you to it to once again fend off insanity.