Articles tagged with: Killzone
This is just a quick reminder that the XMB theme that gives all PlayStation Plus users a chance of taking part in the Killzone 3 multiplayer beta later this month, is now live on the European PS Store.
Steven Ter Heide of Guerrilla Games was answering questions on Killzone 3 at the Eurogamer Expo last week, and he revealed some interesting facts regarding Killzone 3.
He briefly discussed how Guerrilla were looking to improve on Killzone 2′s matchmaking and party systems, and he also revealed some of the new modes we’ll be playing.
For those that have long been anticipating the possible announcement of a Killzone 3 beta, this is your lucky week. While only a small amount of people will be able to get in, Guerrilla is making it open to anyone who puts themselves in the right place at the right time.
At the Eurogamer Expo, Steven Ter Heide from Guerrilla games showed off Killzone 3 using Move. With Ter Heide being Guerrilla Games’ Senior Producer, he’s had lots of experience playing the game with Move, and he makes it looks very easy, but he still admits that DualShockers will ‘run circles round Move players.’
We here at the Attitude Towers think the pure brilliance behind the design of Move is the fact that it can appeal to all kinds of gamers. Not only is Sony going after the casual crowd with its new motion controller but they’re giving core gamers a nod too. One of those games that works with Move that appeals to the usual crowd is Killzone 3. Today, we’ve got a new video that unveils some new details and gives us an idea of what to expect.
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 next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed the first thirty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing the next ten.
There is a good chance that you have never heard of the company Side, but we’d be surprised if you haven’t came across and enjoyed their work at some point.
They are a London-based creative outsourcing team who developers go to when they need help with casting, directing, voice recording, full performance capture, audio mixing and foreign versions of their games.
Heavy sluggish weapons. That was one of the most common complaints we heard from people who played Killzone 2. Moving the targeting reticule across the screen was a laborious job (although for some it heightened the sense of realism). As Killzone 3 is PlayStation Move compatible, this should no longer be an issue – unless you have slow wrists, that is.
It doesn’t seem that long ago since we finally got our hands on Killzone 2, but today it was announced exactly when North Americans can pick up Killzone 3.
February 22nd is the date to put in the diary…
Dutch-born composer, Joris De Man, is returning to write the musical score for Killzone 3. The Ivor Novello Award winner will be recording at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London ahead of the game’s release this coming February.
Another trailer to come out of Sony’s conference at gamescom was for Killzone 3.
The following fast-paced video demonstrates the action-packed nature of one of the multiplayer levels, Corinth Highway.
So far in 2010, we’ve been bombarded with several top quality games and had many interesting topics to discuss. We’ve been very lucky. July was, however, a very humdrum month. Sure, it’s normally dead the month after E3, but we were still looking out for the big releases, but sadly they never came.
Still, we found just enough to keep us interested during the mid-summer shutdown. We digested PlayStation Plus, got to grips with the Medal of Honor Beta and explored Hulu Plus. There were even a few new games announced that left us excited – not to mention an obscene amount of beat ‘em up news. There was also a big announcement here at PS3 Attitude. Here’s the review of the month…
Sony has unveiled a strong line-up for this year’s Eurogamer Expo, which is set to take place at Earls Court, London, from 1st to 3rd October. Attendees will have the opportunity to play several of Sony’s upcoming blockbuster games, from Gran Turismo 5, Killzone 3, inFamous 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, SOCOM: Special Forces and Motorstorm Apocalypse.
Electronic Entertainment Expo – better known as E3 – is the biggest date on the gaming calendar. The event was as big as ever this year and, unsurprisingly, it stole our attention for the best part of June. All the leading publishers were there promoting upcoming titles, hoping that they could impress us journalists enough so that we would enthuse about their projects to you. There is a lot of enthusing to be done.
Killzone 3 was the main attraction at the Sony booth during E3 last week. In addition to the multiple widescreen televisions they had demoing the game, there were a few utilizing 3D.
We got the chance to play Killzone 3, and in 3D no less. How does the game stack up so far, and does the 3D do for games what Avatar did for films? Let’s find out!
Well kick our butts and call us Betty – no sooner than the reveal trailer of Killzone 3 is released, Sony blow our minds with a brand new trailer featuring actual gameplay footage.
The hype machine starts here.
The poor Helghast in this teaser gets Killzowned.
This month, we’ve been skinning everything in sight in Red Dead Redemption, demonstrating our construction skills in ModNation Racer and making our boards do the work in Skate 3. But as much as we enjoyed these titles, our thoughts kept drifting to the future as we got excited about news of sequels to massive PlayStation exclusives. Here’s the rundown of May’s highlights…
Sony has set a release date for the first batch of updates to convert existing games into stereoscopic 3D. On June 10, updates for Wipeout HD, Star Super Stardust HD and Mr. Pain will be available on the PSN.
The great news is that updates for Wipeout HD and Super Stardust HD will be absolutely free, the bad news is that you will have to pay ¥300 (£2.26/$3.28 if converted accurately) to play Mr. Pain in 3D.