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It is fair to say that Sony’s Home project has not got off to the peachiest of starts. But what would you do with an empty Home space? Click through for our thoughts and then tell us yours in the comments.
“Dear Square Enix; I’m confused. And if I’m confused then maybe others are confused. And confusion – let me remind you – is the enemy of game sales.
You see, you have so many RPG titles coming out in 2009 for the PlayStation 3, I really don’t know which way to turn and what to buy…”
It seems that Tomb Raider: Underworld’s poor sales (1.5 million copies; and counting), may have led Eidos to make some decisions about the future of the Tomb Raider franchise.
Is Lara’s starlight fading? Read the full article to find out.
PS3 Attitude embraces what all the other cool kids are talking about and creates a Twitter account. Follow us and find out what we’re up to, the fact that Danny doesn’t sleep and what studio Brodiesan is currently harrassing for an interview.
It’s Part III of our four part (comprehensive) Games of 2009 series. This edition covers 45 titles starting at ‘L’ and all the way through to ‘S’. What titles are you looking forward to this year that sit within this alphabetical selection? What games in the list have you never even heard of (Rainy Woods anyone?). Check the list and find out.
So here we are again, after having celebrated and eaten until our bellies started to crack. Last week we had no UK charts post due to the fact we were too busy eating turkey and opening presents.
But let’s see if the new year has affected the sales, in Chart Trackâ€™s UK charts for week ending 3 January 2009â€¦
So after rolling out of the unmade bed that is Christmas and landing with a thud on the thin end of 2009, we have to do two things. Firstly, we have to take stock. Looking back at 2008, it is clear that us PS3 Attitudees had a great year. With the likes of LBP and MGS4, we can’t surely expect 2009 to be as good.
Which brings me nicely onto the second thing we have to do at this time of year; look forward to what the next 12 months will bring us. Brodiesan has already started outlining many of the components making up the raft of games careening toward us with careless abandon in the coming months, but I thought I would take advantage of my shiny new crystal ball.
What’s set to burn our corneas with awesomeness and what is set to underwhelm us to tears? In part one, we take a look at the ‘Good’.
We haven’t just been sitting, eating, drinking and playing games whilst the Christmas period came and went. Although if truth be told, that is what we did most of the time.
In the few spare moments we had, we made some small changes to PS3 Attitude that we think you’ll like.
Part II of our look at the games of 2009. Over 50 new ones here for you to enjoy.
PS3 Attitude takes a look into 2009 and documents all 123 known games scheduled to be released during the year. Though 2008 was a stellar year it is definitely safe to say that 2009 is looking even brighter for Sony’s console.
There’s something Christmasy about surveys. Whether it’s being accosted on the street by a clipboard wielding lunatic decked out in an elf costume or listing off your new wares to anyone who’ll listen, we love …
PS3 Attitude CDIt’s a funny old world out there. You go to write a ‘Merry Christmas’ post and all of a sudden you realise that people who are reading PS3 Attitude might not celebrate Christmas.
And somehow Merry Christmahanukkwanzaa doesn’t really cut it for me.
So instead we’ll say Merry Season’s Greetings to one and all!
Just a few days before the end of 2008, the X-mas spirit seems to be affecting gamers. Love is in the air and that shows from LittleBIGPlanet’s sales. For second consecutive week, Media Molecule’s masterpiece remains at the top. But, did we have any realignments in the rest of the top 10?
Let’s find out in Chart Track’s UK charts for week ending 20 December 2008…
As children, we all dream of becoming a rockstar. We want to play the guitar like Jimi Hendrix or beat our drums like Ringo Starr. We can now live out those dreams in the comforts …
Ladies and Gents, the time has come! After 5 long lasting weeks, Call of Duty: World at War finally fell from the first place. Treyarch’s top-selling FPS is still kicking it though, since it now holds the second place of the charts. But which title managed to take the crown from the praised WaW?
Let’s find out in Chart Track’s UK Charts for week ending 13 December 2008…
Every man and his dog seems to be talking about the ‘terrible’ sales LittleBigPlanet has enjoyed, but what is the truth behind the spin?
LBP has now sold more than one million units worldwide, and still the game’s performance has it’s detractors. Confusingly, we remember the sheer joy in the collective media whenMotorstorm hit the one million mark.
So how has Sackboy done in comparison, and what are the differences in the marketplace since that milestone was reached by Evolution’s racer?
We’re back with the results of the DLC survey! Who got the nod? Was it GTA IV? Lara? Or Fallout 3? You voted. Now check the results.
With promises of TV that I could pause, fast-forward and rewind, as well as record on a whim, I plunged in and bought the diminutive gadgety add-on.
But how has it fared over the past few months? Has it become a dust-gathering black box confined to the corner? Or has this teeny little box of tricks stayed the course? Hit the jump to find out..
Details emerged today about North America’s Street Fighter IV Collector’s Edition. The European Collector’s Edition details have been widely know for some time now. There are some differences between the two and since we cater to both sides of the pond we have decided to pit both Collector’s Editions in (Mortal Kombat?) a Street Fight to find out which one comes out on top.
Round 1. FIGHT!