Articles tagged with: Motorstorm
The PlayStation Network houses hundreds of titles, both big and small and for any type of gamer. With PlayStation Plus offering free games and discounts every week, it can be easy to get lost in its massive gaming library.
This year’s nominations for the BEST PSN STORE TITLE are…
To celebrate the imminent releases of LittleBigPlanet Karting and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, SCEE is currently running a couple of massive sales on the PlayStation Store. With literally dozens of discounts on both racing games and some of the most popular franchises on PlayStation 3, it’s easy for the great deals to get lost amongst the not-so-great deals. Never fear though, as PS3 Attitude is on hand with our picks of the titles you’d be mad to miss out on.
A couple of months ago, I wrote about how I was perfectly happy with my trusty PSP, while I waited until I could afford a Vita. Well, a few weeks ago that day finally came, so I’ve spent the last month getting to grips (as well as swipes, tilts and taps) with Sony’s latest handheld console.
Sony is boasting about MotorStorm RC PSN stats since launch. According to a press release from the company, “fans of the critically-acclaimed, fast-paced racing title MotorStorm: RC are creating PSN friendships, new challenges and Trophies quicker than ever before…”
Well then, dear PS3 lovers… it will soon be the Year of the Rabbit, the happiest of all the Chinese zodiac signs.
In Chinese astrology the Rabbit is considered to be happy and popular. Rabbits are known for their artistic talent and good taste. You might say there are certain attributes of the Rabbit that foretell of a great year for Sony’s flagship console.
So, is that the case? Or will 2011 be more a ‘dog of a year’ than a metaphorical ‘lucky rabbit’s foot’?
MotorStorm Apocalypse finally has a release date and no, it’s not December 21, 2012. The PlayStation exclusive racing game will be hitting store shelves in March in European territories and later in April for North America
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.
Sony has announced PSN title Motorstorm 3D Rift will be available on the PlayStation Store tomorrow in the US, and on the 25th for Europe.
The title features a collection of 10 tracks and several vehicles from the full retail game Pacific Rift, and is designed to give gamers a taster but also in the third dimension on 3D TVs.
Fresh off the heels of Gamescom, more news is pouring in. Now, we’ve caught wind of the Motorstorm Apocalypse release month, plus we’ve got 11 new screens for you to gaze at.
Members of the Motorstorm development team today took part in a live chat over at the EU PlayStation Blog. Gathering to give the lowdown on the next iteration of the chaotic off-road racer was Matt Southern (Game Director), Paul Rustchynsky (Lead Designer) and Phenom_Evolution (Community Manager). Here is what they had to share…
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.
We first saw the off-road racer in the heart of the fictional Monument Valley. Then came ‘The Island’ in MotorStorm Pacific Rift. Now things are getting more extreme than ever with the introduction of ‘The City’ in MotorStorm Apocalypse.
You might be wondering how a city could be considered extreme. Obviously you’ve never seen 2012 (rightfully so) because we imagine the courses in Apocalypse will be similar to the crumbling Los Angeles depicted in the film.
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.
The UK’s position as a world-leading developer of video games is under threat. For years it has been the third largest employer of development staff in the world, with the USA and Japan in first and second position, but recent times have seen the UK overtaken by the Canadian games industry.
Friday marks the one year anniversary of the launch of the PlayStation Home Open Beta.
And so to celebrate, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe are giving away a free Tree House personal space for the next two weeks.
This week on the Homerun we will cover the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home in Europe and North America.
So keep reading for this week’s injection of news and views of what’s new in Sony’s online world.
Welcome to this week’s Homerun that will cover the new PlayStation Home content updates including what we think of them.
Last week we saw the release of a new update, version 1.3, and it has been well received by gamers. This week we see content that complements the patch.
The Homerun is back with more news and views on the new content to hit PlayStation Home this week, plus anything else we can fit in.
Itâ€™s a busy week from all directions so letâ€™s get straight into it.
Itâ€™s another Home content week and the Homerun is here to fill you in with all the details and our views on what’s new.
If you think back to how Home was when it launched way back in December last year, you will see how much Sonyâ€™s online virtual hub has grown and evolved.