PS4 Attitude Launches – Here’s What You Need To Know
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We’re extremely excited to announce today the launch of PS4 Attitude, the next generation of news, reviews and articles for PS4 and PS Vita. It’s an exciting new chapter for the team here at Attitude Towers, and we’re so happy to see it finally ‘in the wild’.

But what does that mean for PS3 Attitude? Let’s explain…

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Yakuza 4 – the PS3 Attitude review
Saturday, 30 Apr, 2011 – 0:41 | Comments Off on Yakuza 4 – the PS3 Attitude review
Yakuza 4 – the PS3 Attitude review

It’s only been a year since Sega launched Yakuza 3 in the West, so it’s no surprise that Yakuza 4 feels very familiar. Do we really need this sequel? Read on to find out…

GTA IV is the most expensive game ever
Thursday, 25 Feb, 2010 – 17:00 | 7 Comments
GTA IV is the most expensive game ever

Digital Battle has formulated a list of the top ten most expensive game budgets of all time, proving that this generation of gaming is by far the most expensive ever.

There are five titles representing PS3 on the list through Killzone 2, L.A. Noire, Metal Gear Solid 4, Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Theft Auto IV. With a budget of 100 million dollars, Grand Theft Auto IV is way ahead at the top. Final Fantasy XII is the only representative from the PS2 era listed.

SEGA will make Shenmue III should someone cover the cost
Monday, 1 Feb, 2010 – 17:19 | 2 Comments
SEGA will make Shenmue III should someone cover the cost

Released on the Dreamcast, Shenmue and its sequal Shenmue II were genuine classics designed to be part of a trilogy, but due to huge production costs and poor sales we never got to see Ryo’s story concluded.

In an interview with leading Japanese games magazine Famitsu, SEGA disclosed that they still long for the trilogy to be completed but only if someone else is willing to pay for it.