Articles tagged with: Driver
Last week, the PlayStation Vita received an update that finally adds support for PSone games on the fledgling handheld. PS3 Attitude is helpfully on-hand with a comprehensive guide to everything you could ever want to know about PSone classics, and how to get the most out of this long-awaited feature on the PS Vita.
Delays are never something we like to see here at PS3 Attitude. Sure, if a game is not finished and needs a few more months in the oven, we’re all for it but ideally we would like to see them hit their launch windows every time. That has not been the case with both Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Driver: San Fransisco, and unfortunately we’ll be waiting even longer than expected for both them to hit shelves.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the last ten weeks we’ve been revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and we think you’ll agree we’ve included some incredibly talented teams. We’ve now revealed ninety developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing the final ten!
Driver: San Francisco is the result of a partnership between Ubisoft Reflections and Catalyst Outsourcing, the Liverpool-based production service company. Ubisoft Reflections have entrusted the Develop 2010 award nominee (for ‘Services’) with the managing and creation of several high-quality in-game art assets. This arrangement has allowed Ubisoft Reflections to focus on the “more important internal core game features.”
Ubisoft’s Driver, which was once confirmed to release during Q3 of 2010, has now been pushed back until the fourth quarter of the fiscal year. That means anywhere between January 1st and March 31st of 2011.
With E3 just around the corner, Ubisoft have unveiled a teaser site for a brand new Driver game. But will it be the game that fans of the series have been waiting for?
Ubisoft seems to have been busy lately and has registered several website domains featuring some familiar names – and one totally crazy one.
Ubisoft have jumped head first into 2010, saying that they have a stack of unannounced games that they are confident will be out by the end of the year.
But with many of their 2009 releases appearing on other platforms, what does this all mean for PS3 owners?
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.