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You know we love competitions here at PS3 Attitude, what with our weekly Twitter-based PSFree Attitude feature, and today we have a storming giveaway for you.
By entering our competition between now and Friday 20th November (17:00 UK time) you can get your hands on one of ten great SEGA prize packs.
So what’s included, and how do you enter?
Once upon a time, there was a girl in red, a boy with a pumpkin on his head, a princess, and a little naked man; all of whom lived in a land filled with books and fantasy creatures. One day, they all lost their fairytale fame and fortune so now they must find a way to get it back.
This isn’t your average kid’s story however. Angry lumberjacks, sharp knives and buckets of blood are commonly seen throughout Fairytale Kingdom. Is this tale a classic or is it bound for the used book bin?
This week on the Homerun we will cover the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home in Europe and North America.
So keep reading for this week’s injection of news and views of what’s new in Sony’s online world.
A few weeks ago we told you why Uncharted 2 is the main contender for the top title of 2009. Sure, it might have a 96 Metacritic ranking, but does that truly make it the best?
Christmas is approaching faster than you realize and, with it being the video game industries biggest revenue source, some of the big AAA titles are guaranteed to make an appearance.
Naturally, we all can’t afford to purchase every game that comes out so in part two of our AAA Shoot-out we tell you why Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time should be the #1 stocking stuffer this year…
A warm welcome to another Homerun this week with lots of news and views on the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home.
There is a ton of new things arriving on Friday – yes that’s right a day late – so we’ll go straight into it shall we?
Gaming headsets are a dime a dozen. They come in a variety of designs, features, and prices. TRITTON Technologies have designed the AX 720 specifically for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 video game systems with superb audio quality and voice communication. If you’re looking for gaming headphones, then these are the ones to own.
What’s a gamer to do when forced to choose just one blockbuster from the myriad options due out over the next few months? Join me as I put my case forward for what will – without question – be hailed as the best game of the year and is the sequel to one of my all-time favourite games…
Welcome to this week’s Homerun that will cover the new PlayStation Home content updates including what we think of them.
Last week we saw the release of a new update, version 1.3, and it has been well received by gamers. This week we see content that complements the patch.
The Bayonetta demo is now out in Japan and we have a gameplay video that shows the first climax.
Is Bayonetta worth your time?
With the announcement of Super Street Fighter IV, there have been some concerns on whether or not the title should have been DLC instead of a disc only product.
In a world full of updates and downloadable content, which would be the better option?
October 1st, 2009 marked the worldwide debut of the PSPgo; Sony’s latest PSP redesign with downloadable games and ultra portability in mind. That got me thinking, could the PlayStation 3 ever get the go redesign? Has Sony Computer Entertainment even toyed with the idea?
A lone document in an unsecured public FTP site had the answer to all of my questions. The PS3go was indeed under development but it was canceled before hitting the production line. The answer lied in a ten point feature sheet of an unreleased secret press release.
Welcome to another Homerun, the only article to read for news and views on the week’s PlayStation Home content.
This week we have the big one, Home update v1.3, that brings a ton of new features and improvements.
It’s been a while since the last Reel Deal but this week, we bring news of zombies and Metal Gears in the form of Resident Evil: Afterlife and the Metal Gear Solid fan film, Metal Gear Solid: Philanthropy. These video game series are two of the most influential in the industry so we have come to expect big things from their big screen counterparts.
Sony’s upcoming motion controller is all the rage at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Supported games have been announced, demos have been show, and the general concept has been well received.
But is motion control the wave of the future for video games or is it simply a fad that will eventually fade away?
Six months ago we started a new regular article called The Homerun that provided news and views on what’s new with PlayStation Home.
Now in September, the Homerun is still going strong and we have seen Home grow at a rapid rate to what it is today.
Fanboys are an annoyance at best. At worst, they are the bane of the industry and cause problems for the majority of level-headed gamers.
That’s not a wild attempt to get you talking; we have proof to back up our views from some of the best known names in the gaming industry.
Demon’s Souls was released in Japan towards the beginning of the year and was met with great success, hailed as one of the best PS3 RPGs to date. Set in the fictional kingdom of Boletaria, you play as one of the ten classes of heroes as you set off to rid the kingdom of this mysterious black fog that has surrounded its outskirts.
Hidden within its depths are demons who feast on the souls of all who enter. Only the brave shall set out on this deadly quest to slay the demon lord, the Old One, and return peace to the kingdom. Be prepared as it is a tough journey ahead…
We haven’t done one of these in a long time. The very first ‘Beat The Team’ column debuted about six months ago to highlight our very first Killzone 2 clan match. Back then we scored a perfect 7-0 score, securing our first clan win. Since that glorious evening we built a 2-2 Killzone 2 online record.
Now is the time for a PS3A Killzone comeback. A reboot of the clan if you will. Our first match of the new season was upon us, and the opposing clan was primed and ready to go. Will history repeat itself?
Shane Acker’s 9 tells the story of a post apocalyptic world where humanity has been destroyed and all that remains is a group of stitchpunks and the machines that hunt them. LittleBigPlanet features a cute little sack person as he traverses the world rescuing his friends and defeating the nasty creatures that roam about.
You might be wondering why this film would have anything to do with LittleBigPlanet. That’s exactly what we’re going to tell you…