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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!
Home is where the heart is. It’s also where your amazing looking avatar starts its life in order to interact with the social community. Is the avatar creation tool all that it can be? Want a beta key so you can find out for yourself? Check the article to know more.
This time in Grudge Match: Phreaky argues for friendly split-screen gaming, whilst Brodiesan laughs in the face of ‘having friends’ and plumps for online multi-player. Who wins? You decide!
The feeling of ‘deja vu’ is in the air, since this is the fourth consecutive week Call of Duty: World at War remains in the top of the charts.
Activision has hit the jackpot with their “one CoD per year” tactic. The next Call of Duty Modern Warfare title is due to visit us in Fall 2009.
Here at PS3 Attitude towers we are ok with that “Fifalization” of the franchise, as far as they keep producing innovative quality games.
But letâ€™s see Chart Trackâ€™s UK Charts for week ending 6 December 2008â€¦
We take a look at what the attraction of Home is – if any, and whether or not there is any merit in the suggestion that Sony are rushing to get it out the door.
During 2007 Capcom announced that they now have the right to publish games based on the MotoGP franchise. At first, that decision seemed risky, since Namco used to develop Moto GP games.
The first footage of the game got us excited, with head of communications of Capcom Europe Ben Le Rougetel, promising us that the game would be able to be played by both amateur and experienced players. The system they were developing would be available to â€œreadâ€ the playerâ€™s reactions and decide the difficulty level he/she would be playing on.
Just a few months before the release of the game, an optimistic hype had been created around Capcomâ€™s attempt to give us a â€œre-innovatedâ€ MotoGP experience.
Two months ago, the game hit the stores and gave gamers the opportunity to finally see for themselves what Capcom had managed to create.
Did Capcomâ€™s take on the MotoGP franchise proved to be another mediocre bike simulator or a hidden gem?
The Prince. No identity, no name, only a title. Over the years we have grown to love The Prince in all his incarnations, both good (The Sands of Time) and bad (Prince of Persia 3D). …
To celebrate the launch of Prince of Persia (out now in the US, arriving in the UK and Europe tomorrow), here are two exclusive wallpapers produced in conjunction with our friends atUbisoft.
Each wallpaper shows either the Prince or Elika made up of hundreds of tiny images taken from concept art provided by the developers. Download your wallpapers after the jump…
The MMOs are coming! But does anyone actually care? We posit that the MMO genre will only get better with the addition of more consoles targeting the popular genre and ask 10 questions to gauge the opinion of the masses.
It is time for the Big Oneâ„¢… Time for you to vote for your PS3 Game of the Year.
The final category in our PS3 Attitude Awards this year is crammed with quality releases from your favourite developers and publishers. But which one stood out above the crowd? Which deserves the highest accolade from you, the people who play the games?
Vote now – you decide the winner…
Remember last week’s charts? Well, guess what; things haven’t changed that much since last week! Call of Duty: World at War is still leading the pack. Treyarch did one hell of a good job in this fifth instalment in the CoD series. They managed to keep the game quality in high levels and make WaW a worthy successor to Infinity Ward’s CoD 4.
But let’s see Chart Track’s UK Charts for week ending 29 November 2008…
What Did PS3 Attitude Read This Week?
We’re close to wrapping up the votes for all categories in our PS3 Attitude Awards this year, but it is not quite over yet.
Today we are asking you to choose the game that had the best graphics. Will you go for ultra real, or for cartoon-like elegance?Tha choice is yours…
Week 5 and we announce some changes. Soon the War will be fought monthly. Soon you will be able to join the fight yourself.
Here’s a quick and courteous note to ask you to visit the people who help PS3 Attitude raise funds for worthy charities…
What else is there to do after you have stuffed your body full of tryptophan but to plant yourself in the couch and enjoy some PS3 goodness. Join us as we explore the best games to play while in your self inflicted vegetative state.