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As you’ve no doubt seen recently, we’re suckers for highlighting the various “developer diaries” that are appearing of late.
Offering up an insider view on some of the hottest new properties in gaming, there’s nothing like seeing passionate people talk about something they truly love.
And when that something is also a game we can’t wait to get our hands on – it’s a big win for everyone involved.
With Zipper Interactive revealing more MAG mayhem on a weekly basis, it’s now Ubisoft’s turn to offer us some glimpses inside the production of Assassin’s Creed II.
The guys over at Obsidian have put out a new dev diary outlining how realism and the concept of cause-and-effect feature heavily in their new tactical RPG, Alpha Protocol.
Published by Sega and due out this fall, the game looks to be shaping up very nicely with this new footage describing the level of character customisation and freedom available to players.
What’s also interesting is to what extent the designers have gone to make the game feel “real”. Lead Artist at Obsidian, Aaron Meyers, talks about the setting of the espionage filled adventure and how his objective was to “nail reality as hard as possible.”
EA’s DICE are the well-loved creators of the (recently confirmed) Mirror’s Edge franchise. It is no secret that there are those of us in the team who simply love this title.
As a result, we have studied the team’s next title, Battlefield 1943, with a distinct sense of growing excitement.
Imagine, therefore, our delight when we discovered earlier today that the release date of the game is far sooner than we thought?
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, the #1 arcade sensation in Japan, is finally upon North American fighting fans. Developed by Arc System Works, creators of the outstanding Guilty Gear franchise, BlazBlue arrived today for the PlayStation 3.
Publisher Aksys games decided to make an offer you shouldn’t refuse: a free upgrade to Limited Edition for every pre-order. This free Limited Edition contains a soundtrack, bonus Blu-Ray and more. As of this writing, online retailers GameStop and Amazon are still offering the Limited Edition of BlazBlue at the standard edition price of $59.99.
We hope you had enough of FIFA 09, because FIFA 10 is just around the corner. EA is churning out this year’s update to the football (not to be confused with gridiron football) franchise like only they can.
FIFA 10 aims to “deliver a new standard for authenticity with gameplay refinements and innovations that will make it the most complete and intelligent simulation of football”. We may have heard the same about FIFA 09 last year; apparently standards for authenticity and innovation get yearly updates as well.
The following took place during a recent Capcom photo shoot to promote the upcoming PSN videogame Marvel vs. Capcom 2. PS3 Attitude was there as a guest director.
The events that unfolded were captured by the surviving camera crew in video and pictures. This is the first of a series of unfortunate set of events during said photo shoot.
After an eight month delay and millions of Potter-heads damning Voldemort for it, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince released today in North America. The United Kingdom fans have to wait a little more than that, 3rd July for you original Potter-heads. Never fret, PS3 Attitude is here to offer you the launch trailer wherever you may be in this (increasingly less) green earth.
This July sees the arrival of one of a select few First Person Shooters to the PSN.
Coming out shooting, The Punisher: No Mercy will see players taking up the role of ol’ Skull Chest himself as well as a host of well-known allies and villains from Marvel’s Punisher universe.
By now, if you don’t know about Brutal Legend, we would like to be the first to welcome you out from under your rock.
Long story short, Jack Black is a roadie who gets shunted into another world.
To set the scene and give us all a taste of the sort of humour to expect, Jack has provided us with the 3rd in his series of, erm, unique videos.
Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen (Transformers 2 to the rest of us) has hit the cinemas everywhere now, and the reviews are (mostly) praising the gargantuan mechanical monsters.
As with all the biggest film releases, T:ROTF (no, not ‘twits: roll on the floor laughing’) has been made into a game.
IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey is the next in the series from 1C, developers of the previously PC-only series of aerial combat simulators.
With some serious gaming pedigree behind the game’s latest iteration, there are high hopes among the team for the title.
Happily, we have a trailer for your perusal so you can see if this gets your altimeters working overtime too.
June 18 marks a special day for our little black and white dimension defying friend as echochrome will be receiving an update to version 1.02. The last time the game was updated, we received trophy support. This time, we will see the ability to share our creations with the world…
Fuzzyeyes are working day and night [you’ll get the reference soon] to bring us the incredible steampunk adventure, Edge of Twilight. We have managed to get hold of the new trailer for your delectation, in which hero Lex gets choppy with the bad guys.
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.