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David Cage, CEO and founder of Paris-based developer Quantic Dream, revealed last month that Heavy Rain was initially designed to be played with a motion based controller, and Cage hinted that the game could still end up with motion sensing support.
Well, Belgium mag Chief have confirmed that Heavy Rain will indeed be using the PlayStation Move.
Yes it’s BAFTA time again. A time to celebrate the year that was, and for the Internet to tear itself asunder disagreeing about the winners and losers of each category.
So, who do Team Attitude think will take home the spoils?
With two new racing games currently in development, PS3 Attitude took the opportunity to catch-up with Anton Yudintsev, Gaijin Entertainment’s CEO and President, to talk about the first of two titles due for an exclusive release on the PSN in the coming weeks.
Anarchy: Rush Hour might not be a game you are currently familiar with, but this is something Anton and his team are hoping will change quite soon.
Massive Japanese publication Famitsu have listed their favourite games on the Japanese PlaySation Store.
At the top of the pile sits Valkyria Chronicles 2 then second is Phantasy Star Portable 2, both available on the PSP. Coming in at third place is Wizardry: The Labyrinth of Lost Souls, the highest rated PS3 title.
Famitsu also list their favourite PSOne classics with Final Fantasy VII unsurprisingly taking top spot.
Many of the selection are sadly not available in North American and even fewer make it as far as Europe. Are we missing out?
In a belated happy new year blog Jack Tretton, CEO and President of Sony Computer Entertainment took a moment to celebrate 2009 as the “best year yet for the PS3” and thanked you for making it so.
Wow! There hasn’t been an update this bad in ages. The PlayStation Store updates are off to a bad start this year. Lady Liberty is not amused.
There are no new games this week. There’s a demo for UNO, and DLC for Zen Pinball, Magic Orbz, Rockband, and Guitar Hero. That’s it.
This is easily one of the worst updates ever.
The Spike TV Video Game Awards has come to a conclusion. Trophies were handed out, world premiere trailers were shown, and random celebrities were seen.
While absent for most of the show, Uncharted 2 came out swinging towards to end to receive the award for the coveted Game of the Year, beating out Assassin’s Creed 2, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Left for Dead 2. Naturally, it would also go on to win Best PS3 Game and Best Graphics.
Nature is gross, but Critter Crunch is cute even when there’s upchucking involved. One look at that fat and furry gerbil/toad crossover and you’ll be sold too. Or not, we hear you. Critter Crunch may not be for everybody, but it tickles our collective fancies.
We’ll skip over this week’s selection of a PSOne ‘Classic’, and get right to the add-on content.
Add $10 (excuse us, $9.98) to your DiRT 2 bill and get everything in the game unlocked. Get musical with LittleBigPlanet, RPG your way of a paper bag with Fallout 3’s new add-ons or pay for the privilege of pretend golfing in the Riviera Golf Course in Tiger Woods PGA Tour.
October 1st, 2009 marked the worldwide debut of the PSPgo; Sony’s latest PSP redesign with downloadable games and ultra portability in mind. That got me thinking, could the PlayStation 3 ever get the go redesign? Has Sony Computer Entertainment even toyed with the idea?
A lone document in an unsecured public FTP site had the answer to all of my questions. The PS3go was indeed under development but it was canceled before hitting the production line. The answer lied in a ten point feature sheet of an unreleased secret press release.
The wait for this one was brutal, but well worth the wait. Brutal Legend: The Demo is upon us. We all rocked to Tenacious D with Rock Band, but now you can be the man himself. Jack Black rocks out with his rooster out in the open in Tim “Freakin” Schafer’s Brutal Legend.
But that is not all Digger HD: The Downloadable Game is available for all you digging enthusiasts. We just hope that the multiplayer modes are not full of virtual teamsters slowing everything down. Qore, PSone classics, LBP’s Watchmen costumes, and two Fallout 3 packs round up this very awesome update.
We heard through the grapevine that someone got four demos today. Sure, North America got only two out of four, but the NA territory also got the PSN game Smash Cars. Depending on the current exchange rate, that could be far better or just the same as four demos. Well…You figure it out.
One of the highlights from EA’s presentation at Gamescom, the new Need For Speed Shift trailer certainly got our hearts pumping.
Featuring intense in-car sequences and dazzling graphics, many of the people in attendance attested that this is definitely a new and exciting direction for the NFS franchise and an entry that could finally rival the much lauded Gran Turismo brand.
We hope you’re setting down for this.
There is definitely a variety of content this week from Call of Duty map pack to Cole in LittleBigPlanet to Batman: Arkham Asylum demo to Savage Moon pack.
Sure, there isn’t a lot of content this week but remember it’s quality, not quantity that matters!
You guys and gals know about Shatter, you were waiting for Napalm & Cordite, ready for the Fury add-on but there’s just so much more.
Call of Duty: World at War gets a demo for those too busy playing Call of Duty 4 to care about it at launch, WILD ARMS 2 is the star of the two PSone Classics released today, Cross Edge keeps throwing free packs at you while Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires tries to keep up.
Hello Europe! We are enjoying E3 in sunny Los Angeles and we really wish you were here. Actually, we don’t. This place is too crowded as it is.
Realizing this, SCEE posted this update full of E3 trailers for your viewing pleasure. Don’t worry mates, the regular Thursday update is still coming. So are VidZone and Final Fantasy VII, remember that patience is a virtue…but no one will blame you if your virtue ran out long ago. We understand.
In just a few short weeks, we are going to have one of the biggest E3’s in quite some time. Sony are limbering up for a showdown of epic proportions, and doubtless the competition are taking a similar stance.
What do we reckon is lurking up the longest sleeves of the highest SCE bigwig?
A late update but a good one. The way too long-named Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars drops to the way more cofortable price of $9.99, Crash Commando is priced the same way to boot
The Witcher gets discussed over at GameTrailers and, lo and behold, Game Designer has no problem confirming the game is console bound. More interestingly is that it appears the console edition will be the definitive version.
In a new regular feature, shamelessly ripped off from the weekly Reading List at the Official PlayStation Blog, we answer one important question; What Did PS3 Attitude Read This Week? – or WDPS3ARTW? (catchy, huh?)…