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…to bring back the name Jason.
Yep, that’s right. According to the Codies’ site, the name Jason is becoming less and less popular and – as everyone knows – people with unpopular names are less successful. Apparently.
Welcome to the PS3 Attitude Games Database for 2009.
What follows is a comprehensive and constantly updated list of every confirmed game available for the PlayStation 3 in 2009 (and beyond), lovingly crafted and curated by …
Leave no game behind. That’s our motto. The Games of 2009 series may be over but the list is most definitely incomplete. Read on to find out what we’ve decided to do to remedy the situation.
The last in our four part series (and flagrantly late – sorry about that) we take a look at the Games of 2009 from the end of the alphabet. Team Ico’s project, Uncharted 2, The Witcher – there’s some good ones in here people.
Part II of our look at the games of 2009. Over 50 new ones here for you to enjoy.
PS3 Attitude takes a look into 2009 and documents all 123 known games scheduled to be released during the year. Though 2008 was a stellar year it is definitely safe to say that 2009 is looking even brighter for Sony’s console.
Square-Enix have announced the latest installment in the Final Fantasy XIII saga dubbed Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. Judging by the title, we assume we’re going to play as a Chocobo but it’s all up in the air, really.
Motomu Toriyama, the series director, has said that the game will be the conclusion of Lightning’s saga.
The PSN is home to many of the great Final Fantasy games such as VII and VIII but soon European gamers will get the opportunity to purchase the two titles that started it all; Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II.
That is of course if you missed out on the original NES version, PSP version, or any of the many other versions out there.
Space Invaders Infinity Gene comes out next week in Europe and North America.
Heading full-steam ahead into our Top Three Most Wanted games of next year, it’s no surprise to see some of the huge AAA titles coming out to play. And they don’t get much bigger than Final Fantasy XIII.
With its darker, off-kilter variant already capturing eight spot in our list, you could say Final Fantasy – as a series – is due for a massive year in 2010. For us fans, it’s truly a treat: two FF games in the space of twelve months.
SquareEnix, you must absolutely love us.
While some may focus on mega-title Final Fantasy XIII, it’s its darker, more sinister twin that takes 8th spot on our Most Wanted Games of 2010 list.
It’s quite amazing that it made the shortlist at all really, especially considering practically nothing is known of SquareEnix’s surprise package, and it’s only recently that we’ve even seen some gameplay footage. It’s simply a testament to the game’s alluring appeal and apparent departure from the norm that it garnered so many votes from the staff here at PS3 Attitude.
We knew it would be be big, but this big?
Final Fantasy XIII, released on the 17th of December, has already chalked up a monstrous 1,516,532 copies sold in its first four days of release.
The figures are from Famitsu/Enterbrain who also paint a pretty picture for the PS3 in general as SquareEnix’s much-awaited AAA title has also helped shift 245,406 Playstation 3 systems in Japan last week.
SquareEnix have sent out a newsletter detailing just what early-bird fans of parachuting and explosions can expect when pre-ordering the limited edition of Just Cause 2.
Entitled “The Black Market Chaos Pack”, the DLC comprises of a bunch of weapons and a handy intel map. Behold!
Not long now Japan, and you’ll finally be getting your hands on Final Fantasy XIII.
In case you needed one final push, however, check out the last trailer for the JRPG before the title actually hits Japanese shelves in twelve days time.
As if SquareEnix even needed to advertise the game. It’s going to sell like hot-cakes and everyone knows it.
We’re not quite sure of the logic behind developing two games that share a great deal in common but having one exclusive for the PS3 and the other for the 360. We guess SquareEnix have their reasons.
Nier RepliCant (the PS3 outing) has a slightly more effeminate protagonist and, instead of trying to save a daughter, the PS3 version seems to switch in a sister in peril.
The official Final Fantasy XIV English website has been updated with reams of new information regarding SquareEnix’s upcoming MMO.
Most importantly, we finally get an introduction to the game’s story. The new fantasy world, soon to be open to players to venture in, concerns benevolent Gods and Goddesses overlooking emerging tribes as they eke out an existence in the untamed lands of Eorzea. Sounds like a standard Final Fantasy set up to us.
Thrown into turmoil with the arrival of a more industrial and aggressive faction, the opposing clans band together to ultimately repel an attack that never comes.
What follows is an Age of Calm but also a surge of banditry due to a militarised nation now no longer needed to defend its cities and peoples. The perfect set up for adventuring.
After the phenomenal success of Final Fantasy VII in 1997, many Western gamers — now enthralled by this new found wonder of the Japanese RPG — found themselves wondering just what else Square (soon to be SquareEnix) had up their sleeves.
In response, Square released Xenogears on the PS1 in February of 1998.
Considered high-brow, deep and, to some degree, irreverent, a section of the gaming public were shocked that, instead of another tale of huge swords, friendship and personal sacrifice, they got a convoluted and abstract story that questions the existence of God, waxes on about philosophical doctrine and wonders aloud about man’s evolution.
To this day, Xenogears is held very dear in the hearts of its many fans, seen as a work of immense complexity and acute intelligence. When Famitsu rates a game #16 in a list of the greatest games of all time, you know you have something special on your hands.
Released in Japan on the original PlayStation console back in 1997, and the following year in North America, EinhÃ¤nder is one of Square’s (note: pre merger with Enix) few dalliances outside the genre they’re renown for – the RPG.
A kinetic and brutal side-scroller, EinhÃ¤nder quickly became popular with shooter fans for its fast action, stellar audio and the use of 2.5D by shifting camera angles and employing 3D graphics while maintaining the purity of a 2D side-scroller.
With Final Fantasy (note: no roman numerals here) appearing on the Japanese Store a couple of weeks ago, and its spritely sequel popping up yesterday, it would appear that Square Enix plan on releasing as many of the classic Final Fantasy games as possible on the PSN.