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As much as I’d like one, unfortunately there’s no way I can justify, let alone afford, getting a PS Vita right now. Instead of looking upon owners of Sony’s latest handheld console with envy (well, to be fair I’ve been doing that too – obviously), I decided I would simply dust off my old PSP.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance has gone through plenty of changes over the last few years and was even on the brink of being cancelled by Kojima Productions before it landed in the hands of Platinum Games. Rising made its playable debut at E3 this past week and we were able to go hands-on with Raiden and his sword slicing skills. Question is, does the game’s mantra of being able to cut anything still ring true?
Last year, Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix wowed us with a darker and grittier Lara Croft than we’ve seen before. Rebooting the franchise to before Lara was the gun touting, ass kicking heroine we’re familiar with, Tomb Raider depicts a fragile girl who is thrust into danger and must survive at any cost. While we weren’t able to go hands-on with the game, we did get to see a lengthy gameplay demo that expanded on what was shown during Microsoft’s press conference.
When PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was announced, people were quick to dismiss it as just another Smash Bros. clone; after all, it does feature many of PlayStation’s most notable franchise figureheads battling it out in an arena-style fighting game. After going hands-on with the game this past week at E3, we’ve realized that while it may appear similar to Nintendo’s brawler, it’s an entirely different beast.
Dead Space 3 was Electronic Arts big reveal of E3 this year, and the game introduces audiences to a whole new kind of Dead Space. The biggest news is that the game will feature drop-in/drop-out co-op, pairing Isaac Clarke with the newly introduced John Carver. Now that you’re no longer alone, questions arise as to whether or not Dead Space 3 can still deliver the same survival horror atmosphere as its predecessors.
Unless you haven’t been on the internet for a month, you’ll know that E3 starts in just a few days’ time, so we no doubt have dozens of game reveals to look forward to over the next week or so. Before that though, PS3 Attitude thought we’d take a look at some of the games that have already been announced, and, more specifically, what they need to prove at the expo.
Okami was met with commercial failure. Despite glowing reviews from all over the place, people just didn’t seem to buy it at the time of release. However, Okami has remained a cult hit and a …
Sniper Elite V2 received number ones across the world last week, and it is now sitting on a healthy 77 Metacritic rating. This is a remarkable achievement for developer Rebellion and publisher 505 Games for a few reasons.
BioShock Infinite won’t make its October release date, 2K Games today announced. Seanoc argues why this isn’t necessarily a bad thing for us. Find out why…
Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is dubbed a free-to-play puzzler; but no doubt quite a few of you picked it up, played five games and then found yourself feeling slightly miffed when it asked you to cough up 79p to play another five.
Finally announced last week, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a Super Smash Bros. style brawler, pitting a variety of PlayStation characters against each other for the first time.
Already confirmed are Fat Princess, Kratos (God of War), Colonel Radec (Killzone), PaRappa the Rapper, Sly Cooper and Sweet Tooth (Twisted Metal), but PS3 Attitude have been thinking about which other characters we’d like to see in the game.
With Paint Park you can create a finger painted masterpiece or send edited images to a friend through PSN. Paint Park makes this all possible.
We’ve included many helpful tips from hidden button functionality to editing screen captures for picture messaging over PSN. Take a look and find out about all the wonderful things you can do with Paint Park.
I scared myself the other day. Before you ask, no, I didn’t look in a mirror or work out when the last time I exercised was; I counted up all the role-playing games I own that I haven’t completed yet.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 has been out since the end of March and contains substantial improvements over Tiger’s past few iterations. Most significant is the addition of the Tiger Legacy Challenge, which lets you reenact Tiger’s most memorable golfing moments.
The mode takes you through 53 challenges, spanning 41 years of Tiger’s past, present and future. You play as toddler Tiger during the Toddler Years and progress all the way up to Future Tiger in 2019.
Since it’s the newest mode, you may find yourself tackling this before grinding through the career for that illustrious green jacket. So we’ve got some tips here to help you get under par. You wouldn’t want to spoil Tiger’s rep. Would you?
Getting the WipEout 2048 gold trophy Beat Zico is hard, but did you think Studio Liverpool would give you that lovely piece of polished digital metal for nothing? No. You need to put in the graft. We can’t do it for you but we think the following five tips will help you get over the line in under 52s.
You may not know it but we stand on the precipice of one of the most important development decisions in video game history. One whose ripple effects will be felt throughout the industry moving forward.
If BioWare goes ahead with the purported changes to the Mass Effect 3 ending, it stands to set a damning precedent potentially hamstringing the creative integrity of future creative endeavors.
Although obtaining Final Fantasy XIII-2’s platinum trophy is considerably less time-consuming than it was in Final Fantasy XIII, you’re still looking at the best part of 80 hours or so to acquire it.
Well, we’ve been playing the game relentlessly since its release a few weeks ago, so we thought we’d share some useful tips and strategies that should help newcomers along their journey.
Warning: This article contains minor spoilers.
This is a tough generation for Japanese devs working on PS3 with sales and enthusiasm for their products down well below normal and healthy levels.
The UK PS3 game sales charts for 2011 (compiled by GFK Chart-Track) featured no games in the top 10 from Japan. The list was instead dominated by American, Australian, Canadian and European studios. In addition, Japanese devs barely figured in the top 100 multiplatform charts too, excluding the always prolific Nintendo devs.
The sequel to the much criticised Final Fantasy XIII is trying to steer the series back towards its roots, but has Square Enix done enough to reclaim its lost fans, those who were left alienated by Final Fantasy XIII’s never-ending corridor?