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Home Manager TedTheDog has taken it upon himself to set the record straight regarding the almost daily outbursts from European Home fans complaining about the lack of EU content. Is there new content coming for the Europeans? You betcha! Can Ted talk about it? Not really.
It looks like Black Rock Studio didn’t lose any time after the release of Pure, since they are already working on a new title. Why don’t you watch the video – located in the upper section of the article – and tell us what you think?
Our good friends at ThreeSpeech are hard at work on a multi-part feature on gaming and advertising and part one is out now. Capcom’s latest viral marketing campaign, and Ubisoft’s past big budget advertising endeavors are put under the microscope today. Is viral the way to reach gamers? Do big budget campaigns are more suited for us? Or are there ‘smarter’ options available out there?
Once again, it is that time of year when the video game industry gathers together to find out who has been nominated for a glittering prize.
This year’s GAME British Academy Video Games Awards offer up a real smorgasbord of titles, with CoD4 raking in a massive seven nominations closely followed by six for GTA: IV…
Thanks to Gamedev who have found out that IndieCade are currently asking for submissions for their annual games festival with a number of events worldwide including at E3 and IndieCade 2009.
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.
There is a gaming god. Free Radical has been bought by Crytek and is now “out of the woods”. Check the post for more details about how the deal went down. Flaming monkeys and all.
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…
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…
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…
The Koalition have contacted Sony about that whole PS3 playing PS2 games through software emulation rumour. And they got a response.
The last in our four part series (and flagrantly late – sorry about that) we take a look at the Games of 2009 from the end of the alphabet. Team Ico’s project, Uncharted 2, The Witcher – there’s some good ones in here people.
The EU store continues to be treated like the black sheep of the family with the much heralded “one approval process for all regions” still nowhere to be seen. Read on for details of why, sometimes, it’s not good to be European.
Hideo Kojima talks about the current state of the Japanese game industry whilst announcing his intentions of working on four games, one of which will be announced very soon.
CES 2009 is in full swing, and Kaz Hirai has taken the opportunity to bring us all up to speed on how well the PS3 is doing – well, certainly in terms of ‘connected users’.
According to Hirai, 85% of PlayStation 3 owners are online in comparison to 60% of Xbox 360 owners.
Yesterday, Sony gave their keynote speech at CES 2009.
Missed it? Don’t worry, because PS3 Attitude are here with the entire conference via the power of moving pictures.
Just don’t expect to be able to put on those old 3D glasses you saved from a copy of Bullet so you can experience Gran Turismo 5 in three dimensions – it won’t work.
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.
Hollands’ Official PlayStation Magazine reveal that they’re off to Hollywood to get a look at a new PS3 exclusive not yet officially announced to the media. What could it be? Is it the fabled BBC Reporter game? L.A. Noire stays PS3 exclusive? Is it the other Rockstar game? We’ll have to wait and see.
Part II of our look at the games of 2009. Over 50 new ones here for you to enjoy.