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As PS3 Attitude continues to grow as a site, it’s quite evident that we’re very much reliant on you, our dear readers, to keep us going.
For the uninitiated, each Tuesday we run PSFree Attitude, a weekly Twitter-based giveaway that sees us hide game and DLC codes for both the EU and NA PlayStation Store throughout the site and invite our Twitter followers to locate and redeem them before anyone else. It’s a fun way of interacting with you guys and we freely admit it’s designed to increase awareness of the site. That said, not everyone who comments on the site is following us on Twitter and are hence automatically excluded from winning. We feel it’s time to address this.
One of the more impressive games on the show floor was the stylized action cinematic adventure Bayonetta. From the creative mind of Hideki Kamiya, the very one who brought us the original Devil May Cry, comes this sexy heroine complete with guns, brains, beauty, and the power of evil.
Along with the many press conferences, game demos, and free t-shirts of E3, there is one more thing that seems to be missing from our coverage. Booth Babes! Yes, we were able to get some pictures of the glorious ladies of the convention (and a few dudes as well). Our favorites are the Ninja Gaiden chicks and Bayonetta. Check out the full gallery after the jump, along with all the other pictures from our experience at E3 2009.
As a special treat to the winner of our Twitter-based PSFreeAttitude giveaway last week, we offered the attentive victor the chance to not only enjoy the fast-paced mania of Inferno Pool, but also to go up against the creators of the game, Dark Energy Digital.
Unfortunately the actual winner was unavailable so, still eager to pit our potting skills against the best of the best, we picked one of our many supportive readers, Ducer15, and prepared to square off against two of the best Inferno Pool players on the planet.
June 2009 marks a historic moment for PS3 Attitude. It was the first of what we hope to be many E3’s to be covered live from the Los Angeles Convention Center. Over the course of four days, we would cover three different press conferences, multiple booth tours and live demos, and who know’s how many crossings from the South Hall to the West Hall, not to mention the meeting rooms upstairs. There were both ups and downs, good games and bad, but overall, it was an experience like no other.
Join us as we recap some of our favorite (and least favorite) moments of E3 2009 along with some never before seen pictures taken by yours truly…
Another week, another weekly check up with the Twitter Doctor.
Following on from E3, we were on a roll this week. With our man in the middle of the fray, things were bound to get out of hand. But Bird-cats vs. baby-cats? We didn’t see that one coming…
We told you about the upcoming Fury Pack that would be hitting the PSN this summer and that it would be playable at E3. Well, we were able to find the game tucked away in a corner of the Sony booth. It looked a little lonely with no one around playing with it so we took up the controller and gave it a go.
We tried out all three new modes, Elimination, Zone Battle, and Detonator along with a few of the new ships and tracks. This expansion focuses on the warfare and destruction aspect, more so than actual racing.
The Breakout genre of games have always been popular. There have been tons of different remakes and re-imagining of the game yet people continue to flock to it. The latest comes from Sidhe (surprisingly pronounced as ‘she’), titled Shatter. This version, however, is like no other brick-breaking game we’ve seen.
Dante’s Inferno is a game that has captured our attention since it was first announced. We were able to get a first look at gameplay from the upcoming hack and slash title based on the epic poem by Dante Alighieri. You will travel through the nine circles of Hell in order to save the soul of your love, Beatrice, from the clutches of Lucifer himself. Travel to Hell with us as we explore two of the circles, Limbo and Anger.
The highly anticipated God of War III made is playable debut at E3 and we had a chance to sit down and play with Kratos in all his HD glory. What we demoed was an extended version of what was played at the Sony Press Conference. It is filled with the undead, huge monsters, and gods. It is the epitome of Kratos’ adventure and everything we have come to expect from Sony.
Once more it’s that time, when we take a look back over the past week in the PS3 Attitude twitterverse. From Brodie’s writing hat to the twitteriffic PSfree Attitude feature, we have been busy, busy bees.
According to our friends over at 9lives.be, Sony Belgium stated in a recent interview that we may not see the introduction of PSN Cards any time soon, if ever.
These have been in circulation for some time in the NA and Japan Territories, but have yet to show face anywhere in the EU region. Why is that, exactly?
Welcome back to our weekly Twitter Digest, where we recap everything we mumbled, moaned, blabbered or chatted about via our Twitter feed.
So what can you expect this week? As well as the usual list of great people to follow, our tweets were dominated by our Charity Auction, our Charity Event at E3 in Los Angeles and the gold iPod Touch competition from Ubisoft.
Another week of PS3 Attitude a-Twittering but what a week!
Tuesday saw the inaugural edition of #psfreeattitude where we gave away some free swag … and then promised to do it again next Tuesday. And every Tuesday forever more (or at least until we run out of free stuff to give away).
PS3 Attitude on TwitterThis week in Twitter, we spent time discussing which netbook to buy, what cereal to eat, what constitutes an ‘exclusive’ and why Gmail is suggesting burlesque poledancing lessons in Newcastle.
We also spend a little time teasing our Twitter follows about some cool stuff we have planned for the weeks ahead, and we were recommended by several members of the Twitterati (including the nice people at @SonyPlayStation).
One word. Everyone’s lips.
Whilst we certainly weren’t the first video game news site to join the 140-character bandwagon, we are making the most of the service.
And soon, you too can make the most of following us on 2009’s favourite social network.
Did somebody say ‘giveaway’?
We thought it would be a good idea to write a guide on how to unlock the fragments in Home’s popular puzzle game, Xi.
This guide details how to unlock the first twelve fragments.
Before we start, be aware that this guide is full of spoilers so if you want to complete Xi on your own merit, you should stop reading now…
PS3 Attitude on TwitterIt’s Twitter Digest time again here at PS3 Attitude.
Another week, another torrent of disjointed non sequiturs that, upon reading, make absolutely no sense but probably had some semblance of relevancy at the time. We think.
On April 29th 2008, Rockstar released Grand Theft Auto IV; the latest in their record-breaking crime filled franchise. Not only did GTA IV set the bar in terms of story and sandbox gameplay, it was also GTA’s first foray on the current generation of HD consoles.
Now we’re giving you a chance to voice your opinion on the next GTA title…