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Words cannot describe the latest trailer for Modern Warfare 2. From the eerie tale of brotherhood taken straight from the Bible to the array of clips arranged perfectly in harmony to the desolate tone set by the music, now is the best time to get excited if you haven’t already…
…And we here at ‘Tude Towers have a sparkly new trailer to celebrate the upcoming release of this awesome RPS*.
Not only does it demonstrate the great chunky gore featured in the game, it also gives us a glimpse of the skill trees available.
Announced at this years Tokyo Game Show, Resident Evil 5 is getting a make over to support the new PlayStation motion controller. The alternate edition will also feature new content, expanding the Resident Evil universe…
It’s officially announced: Super Street Fighter IV is coming!
The game will be a standalone title and not DLC, but don’t throw your SFIV discs away just yet!
Two new videos have just hit the net. One shows Juri and T. Hawk in action, and the other shows a trailer with three of the announced new character in action!
We’re big fans of the original Watchmen comic book series by Alan Moore here at Attitude Towers. Whilst we thought the Zack Snyder movie was great, we didn’t have a lot of love for the recent PSN game.
But now we can get our Watchmen fix in a PS3 game that already had our hearts fully captured.
Yes, our favourite de-constructed superheroes are coming to LittleBigPlanet this Thursday.
Can’t physically be at the Tokyo Game Show this year to see PixelJunk Shooter in action? PlayStation Home to the rescue! The virtual TGS booth for the PixelJunk series is now available to explore…in Japan.
We have a video of not only the TGS booth, but also the PixelJunk Museum itself. Be prepared to see lots of colors, glitching, and really neat PixelJunk Monsters artwork.
Yesterday we reported on the news that both LittleBigPlanet and Resident Evil 5 had been demoed with Sony’s unnamed motion controller at TGS 09.
If you wanted to see it for yourselves, you will be glad …
Tokyo Game Show 2009 is going well; Sony had a strong press conference, revealing new details on the Motion Controller and a number of surprise additions to the list of compatible games.
The good news isn’t restricted to the Sony camp, either. Capcom have revealed a slew of new information for the upcoming Lost Planet 2. Screens, info and a trailer are all present and correct. We’ve even done the hard part and sifted through it all for the most interesting details!
CEDEC 2009, the largest conference for game developers in Japan, was held at the start of September.
One of the things that came out of the conference was a series of demonstrations Sony presented on the floor. With some awesome concepts harbouring massive potential shown at the event, it was only recently we got hold of the footage via DigInfo.
Gran Turismo 5 is just around the corner – relatively – and the latest ‘trailer’ for the game comes in the form of a tribute to the new Ferrari 458 Italia.
Following a stunning début at the Frankfurt Motor Show, thanks in part to the unveiling by Michael Schumacher himself, Polyphony Digital created this beautiful tribute video using the GT5 game engine.
We’re not quite sure of the logic behind developing two games that share a great deal in common but having one exclusive for the PS3 and the other for the 360. We guess SquareEnix have their reasons.
Nier RepliCant (the PS3 outing) has a slightly more effeminate protagonist and, instead of trying to save a daughter, the PS3 version seems to switch in a sister in peril.
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?
The off-on-off-on relationship we have with Trine is a bit too familiar for some here at Attitude Towers.
First we fall in love with the concept, then it is out of favour when we learn what the cost of the game will be. We loathe the game for the delay imposed and love it once more when we get our hands on the demo.
So do we love it or hate it today?
Remember that bizarre RPG from the guys over at From Software we mentioned last month? The one completely made out of blocks?
Well, prepare for something even weirder with the first look of 3D Dot Game Heroes in all its moving glory.
Dante’s latest trip though Hell takes him to the tortuous land of the greedy. There, he will bear witness to sinners beg for mercy as they are ripped to shreds by both Hell and Dante himself.
The developer’s diary for Greed showcases this along with delving deeper into Dante’s past as a crusader. Welcome to the fourth circle of Hell…
Assassin’s Creed was derided following release for being too repetetive.
It could certainly be argued that the missions were quite similar and lacked the depth that some other sandbox games vaunted. This one issue seemed to marr the otherwise undeniable success of the game.
Since the reveal of the sequel, this has been the major concern of both the media and public alike. Now it seems that we can start to put these concerns to bed once and for all.
A third PlayStation 3 dynamic theme has been released onto the PlayStation Network, this time in both Japan and North America where for just 200 yen or $2.99, you can purchase a cool PixelJunk Monsters edition and it’s quite impressive.
Demon’s Souls is shaping up to be a pretty awesome game, judging by this latest walkthrough trailer.
We have to admit, we were a bit concerned after early footage seemed to portray the player as a character with little strength, who died if anything heavier than a dust particle hit them.
Thankfully, we can put those fears to one side now.
Remember in our EyePet preview we revealed the system by which you can clean your rat monkey critter?
Well, now there is a video showing this off.
High quality cam footage from the floor at GamesCom 09 lets us all see the creature (and the game) being put through its paces in real time; no smoke and mirrors here. It’s at the end of the video, for the impatient out there.