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Welcome to Cell Yell, a new regular feature at PS3 Attitude where you, our wonderful readers, are the stars of the show.
In this week’s Cell Yell we want you to tell us, via our comments system, the following…
Following on from our recent articles looking at how 2009 is shaping up – coupled with some potentially positive results already – we take a foray into the untended and unsightly future of the PS3.
We’ve looked at ‘The Good’. We’ve looked at ‘The Bad’. Now it’s time for the uncensored (and slightly unhinged) ‘The Ugly’.
You have been warned…
Leave no game behind. That’s our motto. The Games of 2009 series may be over but the list is most definitely incomplete. Read on to find out what we’ve decided to do to remedy the situation.
We’ve gathered the troops and rated each and every one of the 222 games currently planned for the PS3 this year. After some voodoo mathematics and some bizarre stares at the results, the cream has truly risen to the top. Check out PS3 Attitude’s Most Wanted Games of 2009.
Thereâ€™s no doubt that Sony has made mistakes this generation such as underestimating both Microsoft and Nintendo. Another mistake is relying too much on the brand image and not pumping out enough marketing.
However if you have a look at the bigger picture I think Sony are the smart ones in this console race, and I’m going to tell you why…
Figurines, art books, soundtracks; it is all good stuff but presentation is key. It is what sets them apart from the rest of the games out there. Ranging close to 1.5x the price of the game itself, are these so called Collector’s Editions worth collecting though?
We take a look at both the usual and unique items in Collector’s Editions and whether they are deemed fit to be worthy of their name…
Here at PS3 Attitude Towers, when we first saw Faith and a .45, we knew from that moment that something really special was in the makings.
That’s why some days ago, we decided to contact Deadline Games. We wished to know what the current status of the game was and thankfully, we got an answer…
A lot has been written about the PS3′s ‘weak’ sales and the never-ending (it seems) battle with Microsoft’s Xbox 360.
Some of what is written is sheer fiction. Some of it is funny. Some of it makes you shout OMGWTFSTFUBBQ!
But what are the facts? Armed with some interesting new details from our friends at Gamezine, and a smattering of our own research, we take a deeper look…
I might be going nuts, but I swear that I saw helghast in the FFXIII trailer released today. Have a look at the trailer and then hit the jump for my argument. Pass my meds while you’re at it…
A few hours back, Majiesto informed you that a new trailer would be made available in the FF XIII site. The video finally went live and minutes later, it was on YouTube.
As you can see in the upper section of the post, we have included the trailer so that you can enjoy it without having to visit any other site. Should you know it includes English subs, for all you ‘Gaijins’ out there.
PS3 Attitude recently joined the masses and started our own Twitter feed. So what was the most natural thing to do with our new found feed? Work out the best people to follow.
Therefore, we’re proud to present our Top 50 Video Game Twitter Feeds for your delectation. We’ve broken the list into neat categories to make things easier for you, so go ahead and start following your favourites now…
This time, we tackle Firmware updates. From video chatting in-game to a lovely new XMB icon, the gauntlet is thrown once more to prove that we, the people, know what is best for our beloved console. As always, the really interesting stuff comes from you via the comments.
We had the good. Now it’s the turn of the bad. What could go wrong for the PS3 in 2009? Are there any wrinkles at the edges ready to tear? Will we see death and destruction all around the gaming world? Will anything be as good as we are told it will? All this and more, after the break.
Join PS3 Attitude’s most colorful (albeit white-skinned) character as he delves so deep into all things Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix from his twisted unique point of view, that he begins to contemplate seeking and defeating Sheng Long to really stand a chance.
Part 33 1/3: The Final Insult. Now with mostly new jokes!
Join PS3 Attitude’s most colorful (albeit white-skinned) character as he delves little bit deeper today into all things Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix from his twisted unique point of view. I have received numerous calls demanding a cease and desist from any and all further attempts of game journalism (or anything that would pass for game journalism), but I never paid much attention to grandma anyway. Even when she was alive.
Part 2 1/2 is upon thee.
Cranial heavy-hitter ‘Trivial Pursuit’ is ambling onto the PS3.
With a (rumoured) weighty price tag to boot, what price is ‘too high’? And what about retail versions? And DLC? Are there any monkeys on mars? Click through for all the answers.
(Well, maybe not ALL the answers…)
Join PS3 Attitude’s most colorful (albeit white-skinned) character as he delves into all things Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix from his twisted unique point of view. Some may argue that ‘demented’ is a more appropriate adjective than ‘colorful’ but we won’t pay attention to the voices in my head today. Part 1 is here to stay.
Retro. That is the buzzword for the era. With PS1 games on the PSN and rumours of PS2 games to follow suit, what would we like to see make the jump into the 21st Century?
More Importantly, what would you like to see dragged kicking and/or screaming into the modern age?
One thing is for sure; when it comes to creating LittleBigPlanet content, I’m a newbie.
And when I see levels like Ultimate Pinball Challenge – created by the obviously talented UrbanDevil – it makes me wonder if I will ever generate anything that even comes close to ‘downright average’, let alone ‘ultimate’.
The best thing to do? Let everyone else keep coming up with awesome levels like this one and then play the field…
If you’re struggling to find the most inventive levels, don’t forget to swing by the MM blog for their weekly picks. That is, after all, where we found Mr. Devil’s moment of genius. (video after the jump)