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It’s been a busy ten weeks here at PS3 Attitude. It is easy to forget just how many great developers are out there, so our intention with this feature was to take the time to thank them for their dedication to the videogame industry.
When Deus Ex: Human Revolution gets released in early 2011, it will become only the third game in the franchise’s ten year history. However, we suspect we’ll be seeing more Deus Ex over the next decade after Square Enix’s President and CEO, Yoichi Wada, told MCV that the company expects to be making a profit from the franchise for the next ten years.
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.
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The first piece of downloadable content was released this week for Just Cause 2, and if you have yet to make your mind up whether it is worth your money, we have a new trailer for you to help make your mind up.
We love Just Cause 2. Sure it has its problems, but they are overshadowed by a huge game map crammed with weapons, vehicles and Easter eggs.
Well the game is set to get a little bit better as Square Enix has announced two DLC packs that will be hitting the PSN over the course of the next month.
We hope you enjoy blowing things up!
looking island whilst exploring Just Cause 2.
Is that a smoke monster we hear?
Square Enix London has just announced that the demo for Just Cause 2 will be released next week.
SQUARE ENIX has released two new trailers for Just Cause 2.
After seeing them, we wonder why they bothered with a plot.
Watch the ‘Freedom and Chaos’ trailer after the break.
Seriously – just watch it.
Fans of parachuting and grappling hooks, we hope you’re sitting down. Announcing via a tweet on the official Eidos Twitter account, a demo for Just Cause 2 is inbound.
EIDOS has revealed a video showing the DLC delights you will recieve if you pre-order Just Cause 2.
So what can you expect to gain if you lay down some early cash?
Have you ever played a game and thought, “Wouldn’t that have been awesome if it were recorded?” Well, Just Cause 2 will feature a built-in video capture mode that is exclusive to PS3 owners.
Players will be able to capture and upload intense base jumping, sky diving and military destroying videos straight to YouTube for the whole world to see.
SquareEnix have sent out a newsletter detailing just what early-bird fans of parachuting and explosions can expect when pre-ordering the limited edition of Just Cause 2.
Entitled “The Black Market Chaos Pack”, the DLC comprises of a bunch of weapons and a handy intel map. Behold!
Square Enix has today finally announced the release dates for the up and coming title Just Cause 2.
You may remember awhile ago we found out that the PlayStation 3 version would be receiving exclusive features such as video recording and YouTube uploading.
Developer Avalanche has announced at an event in London this week of some special news regarding their title Just Cause 2.
The action game is due to be released sometime next year, and it will be getting some PS3 specific features.
Check out the following new gameplay trailer for Just Cause 2 embedded below.
Showcasing the game’s verticality, the designers talk about what you can accomplish with the simple tools of a grappling hook and a parachute. Apart from floating serenely towards your enemies before opening fire on them, it also allows such cool prospects as base jumping 1.5 kilometres.
The E3 Just Cause 2 trailer was a guilty little pleasure.
Surprising us with its intense high-action gameplay and lush exotic graphics, the title quickly raced up our interest scale.
Now it’s Gamescom and time for the grappling hook wielding explosion-athon to show us what it’s been up to over the last few months.