Articles tagged with: Uncharted
Naughty Dog are at it again with brand new DLC coming out for Uncharted 2!
The downloadable content comes in the form of multiplayer skins.
Naughty Dog continue to pump updates into one of Attitude Towers’ favourite games.
Today title update v1.09 goes live at 10:00 am PDT and as usual we have the low-down on what’s new. You won’t be surprised to hear the update focuses on the multiplayer element.
Arriving late at a party can be a daunting experience; already, everyone will be overly familiar with each other, they’ll certainly be drunker, and the conversations will usually revolve around some crazy incident you’ve missed. There’s only one thing to do; throw yourself in the mix, drink quickly and hopefully figure out what the hell everyone is on about.
Thankfully, arriving late to the PS3 party isn’t quite so much of a struggle, thanks to the platinum (read: greatest hits) range. This selection of classics separates the wheat from the chaff, making it easier for you to know what is essential. What’s better, they’re dirt cheap, so you’ve got no excuse not go on a massive gaming binge.
Welcome to the last Deals of the Week for the month of May. This week we’ve got four great deals for you, including deals on a brand new game, deals on a game we covered back in week one of this segment, deals on online gaming and even a free T-Shirt!
Here we are with the latest edition of PS3 Attitude’s ‘Deals of the Week’. Every Friday we deliver our favourite PlayStation 3 game deals from across the Internet.
We’re also fair people here at Attitude Towers, so we have split this segment with two PS3 deals for the United Kingdom, and two for the United States.
It’s common knowledge that movie tie-ins come under much more scrutiny and criticism than any other type of game. Most would argue (perhaps justifiably) that this is thoroughly deserved, and that they can never replace such blockbuster titles as Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and God of War III. On this front I would have to agree, but why exactly is this the case?
Here we go again with another patch for Uncharted 2 by developers Naughty Dog as they continue their huge support for the game.
1.07 doesn’t add anything new, but rather fixes any little problems in the multiplayer.
Uncharted 2 will be receiving new character skins, new maps, new trophies, and an all-new mode later this month.
Dubbed the Siege Expansion, Richard Yap announced on the European PlayStation.Blog that the new co-op Siege mode will feature six skins, two maps and 11 trophies, all new of course.
Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Asylum beat off strong competition from Uncharted 2: Amongst Thieves to win the best game category at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards. Rocksteady’s portrayal of the Caped Crusader also took the award for best gameplay. Isn’t this award just further proof that Arkham Asylum is not only the best Batman game, but also the best ever superhero game?
If any game deserves an art book, it’s Uncharted 2: Among Thieves; not only does it raise the bar for all developers when it comes creating amazing visuals, it also has some of the most captivating environments ever experienced in a game.
With this new art book from Ballistic Publishing, titled The Art of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, you can explore how Nathan Drake’s world was created.
Naughty Dog has been hard at work on their next title update for Uncharted 2, and it releases today.
Version 1.06 of the game will feature refinements to many aspects of the multiplayer to produce a more thrilling experience.
Today Uncharted 2 was updated today to version 1.05, and it adds minor improvements to the multiplayer aspect of the game – after all what would they change to the single player!
Highlights include thirteen new medals, updates to the various maps, rebalancing of weapon damage and attributes, and changes to the penalties for leaving matches early.
A new piece of downloadable content from our old favourite Uncharted 2 has been announced, giving us a sense of déjà vu as it steps back to the game that started it all of; Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.
When it becomes available on the 25th of February, you will be able to add new maps and player skins to your system.
The shortlist for the BAFTA GAME Award 2009 has just been announced, and you can now vote for your favourite! This is the only award at the British Academy Video Game Awards which is voted for by the public, so it’s fitting that it’s also the most prestigious.
Some great games have been nominated, including seven titles on the PlayStation 3, one of which is exclusive (bet you can’t guess which one).
Having diligently hoovered my original PS every month since the day one purchase, I think that there was dust in places that there really ought not to have been. The fan would kick in even after being on for 10 minutes and the heat coming from my original 60Gb PS3 was a concern to say the least.
So I decided to go for the fat-to-slim upgrade. Turns out there a few things I should have known…
When I first started writing this story, the idea was to have a list of ten PS3 games which have made me laugh. Unfortunately, after I got up to four, thinking of any others suddenly became about as easy as completing Demon’s Souls single-handedly (i.e. not very easy at all). I honestly couldn’t think of any other games which I can legitimately describe as being funny (excluding games like Damnation and Rogue Warrior of course, which are funny for a completely different reason).
We have two great pieces of news on Uncharted 2 today.
The first is the announcement of Uncharted 2 downloadable content release number one.
At least not for the third person perspective genre.
Speaking to G4TV, Naughty Dog’s co-president Evan Wells has discounted any possibility of future Uncharted games getting the motion controller treatment.
That’s not to say one of the best studios in the world aren’t interested in the technology, they’d just prefer to use it on a new property designed from the ground up with the device in mind.
With all this talk of PS4 and Sony’s cloud technology, it’s good to see that at least one studio reckons there’s life left in the old PS3.