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If reading our preview didn’t give you enough reason to love the upcoming Fairytale Fights from PlayLogic, then perhaps a trailer showcasing the beautiful scenery all covered in blood will. We have the latest trailer from the game revealing the Volumetric Liquid System and Salami Violence in action…
With Sony and Microsoft about to enter “Motion-Wars”, a domain previously dominated by the sole presence of Nintendo; a lot of internet chatter at the moment is focused on two important points: whose technology is better, and who will be first to market?
The first question is almost impossible to answer with industry mavens and arm-chair commentators alike only able to opine personal viewpoints. (We like Sony’s more – just for the record).
As for the second question concerning timings, though no dates have been locked down at the moment, it does look like Sony could beat Microsoft for once and have their technology in your hands sooner rather than later.
Behold their top 10 reasons why it’s cool to be evil video. Reasons nine and eight are very popular around these parts.
Minions to do your bidding, people to enslave, maidens falling for you, places to be destroyed, armies to annihilate; the list goes on and on. Animals to mount seems to be a popular reason too, but we are uncertain as to why.
Sonic is at it again! Fresh off his retro foray into SEGA’s old-school library of video game gems, the blue bomber is giving those old red sneakers a break. He’s putting the pedal to the metal along with a few of his SEGA buddies in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing.
You are a young ninja-in-training. You are the leader of a band of diminutive ninjas. You are facing the Evil Samurai Warlord and his army. You must defeat him and bring back the forest animals back to their original state. You are Hiro (no relation).
Humor, cuteness and sleek ninja action are all parts of yet another game that we can’t wait to play. Thanks E3. Mini Ninjas will release this fall for the PS3 and other consoles.
Following the gameplay demo shown at the E3 Press Conference, Naughty Dog have released the official E3 trailer.
The snow is predictably beautiful, and we get our first glimpse of some new characters. Not only that, we get a good look at some of the environments in which our intrepid hero finds himself throughout the course of the game.
Best known for their massively successful Fallout and Elder Scrolls franchises, Bethesda recently announced that the company was working with Splash Damage to bring a new intellectual property – ‘Brink’ – screaming and kicking into the world.
Final Fantasy XIV was announced at the E3 Sony Press Conference alongside a great trailer. We have managed to get said trailer and even some screens of the game. With the news that this game will be out in 2010 still echoing in the conference hall, we have just one question: Why are you not ogling that sweet, sweet footage yet?
Koei have taken on Greek history in the new title, Warriors – Legends of Troy. But what can we expect from the game? Massive battles are assured, no doubt. Play as a Hero? Most likely. Outcries of ‘THIS IS SPARTA!’? …hopefully not. All we have just now is a teaser trailer, but don’t let that stop you – it’s very good!
You are not imagining things. The brand which has conquered Indiana Jones and Star Wars is now taking on a new challenge; Rock Band. We have a trailer to prove it and everything! What else can you expect to come to a Rock Band game when you add LEGO? Bricks. Lots and lots of bricks…
The latest trailer for BioWare and EA’s upcoming RPG masterpiece, Dragon Age: Origins, has been released into the wild ahead of E3. In case you are wondering what all the fuss is about – this is from the guys who brought us Mass Effect and Baldur’s Gate.
With E3 just around the corner, we are starting to see a large number of videos, trailers and goodies released. The bods over at Insomniac are not ones to miss a trick, so we are delighted to see that they have released a trailer with gameplay footage as well as an interview with Creative Director Brian Algeier.
Square Enix are pulling out some big E3 guns early. With billboards already up in the US citing FFXIII as being released next year and massive expectations for the announcements at the conference proper, Square Enix have got some serious work cut out for them in order to please the fans.
Hopefully the trailer for the relatively-new addition to the SE family, Nier, will not represent the high-point of the reveals. Not because it is bad or anything – moreso because we want more news. Bigger news. All the time
As you may already know, PS3 Attitude will be next week in Los Angeles to cover E3 and to meet with readers and industry friends while sharing a few drinks and giving away cool prizes.
SEGA has shared with us a Bayonetta E3 trailer with more WTF moments than a WTF family vacation in WTF City, Kentucky (Population: WTF!?). If this game wasn’t on your radar before, we suspect you just got a major blip on your screen; either that or you got a text. Anyway, take a look at Bayonetta fighting just about everyone and everything in this E3 video.
Our paperboy did not have a long run. In fact, he didn’t even make it out of that neighborhood before word spread and the authorities were involved.
Always the optimistic one, our bionic protagonist made the best of his house arrest by earning a proctologist degree by mail. They should really make background checks before mailing degrees all willy-nilly.
Yesterday we were at the global launch of the new Sony Ericsson AINO, the first mobile phone to include PS3 Remote Play technology.
We got a chance to get our hands on the device itself whilst at the event, and managed to capture some (shaky) video of the phone accessing the PS3. But what else does the AINO offer?
‘Droplitz’ is a new puzzle-based game from Atlus which sees the player tasked with trying to save as many drops of liquid as possible. Several game modes are promised to ensure variety and Atlus are hoping to steal the puzzler crown when the title hits the PSN. Does Droplitz have what it takes, or is it another damp squid?
The people at Capcom have been tinkering away on Dark Void for quite some time now, with the game encompassing a number of themes and taking cues from several well-known games and movies.
In the latest video for the project, the brains behind the operation talk about the influences which have affected the game and how it has changed since the original concept was first floated.
As you may have read, FUEL is the record-breaking racer from Codemasters and is due out June 5th.
To show off exactly what the game is like in terms of sheer size, Codemasters released a trailer which combines both the team discussing some of the technical aspects of the game with some of the breathtaking scenery from within the game itself.