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There’s at least one good outcome now that Eidos Interactive fits snugly under the wing of Square Enix – where we got two press releases in the past, we now get just the one cost-effective announcement in their place.
Confirming their joint game line-up for this year’s Gamescom, Square Enix and Eidos have revealed what games will be on show at the annual European expo in Cologne, Germany. And boy, it’s a doozy.
Reported over at VG247, it appears Sony are about to follow up their megaton E3 show with 180 unadulterated minutes of press conference goodness at this year’s GamesCom.
What could they be planning to talk about for a full three hours? We have our ideas. Like, how long does it take to say: “Here’s the PS3 Slim, it will cost you $299”? 6 seconds?
With the PS3A team back together, it was business as usual this week; by which I mean DolphGB played The Last of Us and MitchJay played Persona 4 Golden. Being the less predictable members of the team, it was up to Majiesto and me to inject some diversity into this week’s PlayTime, which we achieved with Killzone: Mercenary, Bit.Trip Runner2, BioShock Infinite and Saints Row IV.
PlayStation Plus is Sony’s unique membership service that offers its users access to full retail games through its Instant Game Collection, early invites to upcoming beta programs, discounts on newly released titles, and more for as little as £11.99 for three months and £39.99 for one year.
Sony’s Gamescom press conference began with Shuhei Yoshida, President of SCE Worldwide Studios, walking out onto the stage, sitting down in an armchair, and playing on his PlayStation 4. It was a neat way to show off the PS4’s user interface, which as you’d imagine is slick, fast and oh so pretty.
Did you miss the livestream of Sony’s Gamescom 2013 press conference?
Well, don’t worry, because the kind folks at Sony have just uploaded the whole thing to YouTube. You can watch it at your leisure right here on PS3 Attitude, below.
In a surprise announcement during Sony’s Gamescom conference, it was been revealed that Gearbox Software’s critically acclaimed role-playing shooter, Borderlands 2, will be coming to PS Vita.
A truly ridiculous amount of indie games have been announced as coming to PlayStation platforms, many of which are launching as console exclusives.
Click the link to see a full list of all the indie titles that formed part of Sony’s Gamescom conference.
Did we mention there are quite a lot?
Sony has announced that the PlayStation 4 will launch on 15th November in North America and two weeks later, on 29th November, in Europe. The console will be arriving in 32 countries this year.
Thief will be coming to current and next-gen consoles early next year on February 25, 2014 in North America and on February 28, 2014 in Europe, Square Enix announced today.
In addition, Eidos-Montreal have unveiled the box art for the game along with a new gamescom trailer entitled “Uprising.” Garrett the Master Thief is torn between the people in the city and the politicians who run it.
The London Anime Con is a bi-annual anime and gaming convention in the heart of downtown London. This year’s convention takes place next weekend on July 20-21 and has a massive schedule of events planned. For more details and to purchase tickets, you can visit the official website, http://www.londonanimecon.com.
We spoke with LAC Gaming Community Manager Jess Banks on what it’s like organising such a huge event.
Since the launch of the PlayStation Vita, it has contended with a constant barrage of criticism, from analysts who simply cannot see a future for Sony’s latest handheld console. Indeed, in an age when consumers have become familiar with paying 59p for mobile games, encouraging them to spend £40 instead, albeit for a superior experience, is proving to be an uphill struggle.
Dan Amrich is the author of “Critical Path: How to Review Video Games for a Living”, veteran gaming journalist for GamePro, current Activision Social Media Manager, and tarot-reading writer of the information nexus “One of Swords.” So what happens when this man of critical path sets his sights on Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified for Vita?
Sony has announced that PS3 firmware 4.25 will be launching tomorrow, which increases the cloud save storage for PS+ subscribers to one whole gigabyte; more than enough for even the most avid of gamers.
We’d all like to think that our spare time isn’t entirely consumed by relentlessly banging away at a keyboard, but is also spent mashing the buttons of our DualShock 3 controllers and Vitas. So why …
Japan Studio led Sony’s new IP charge at Gamescom by putting forward not one but two exciting new titles.
One of these new games was Rain, a PSN title in which you play an invisible boy who can only be seen when wet. It’s an intriguing idea and it looks lovely. The other game was Puppeteer, a gorgeous platformer set inside a magical puppet theatre. Both titles are unlike anything we’ve seen before from Japan Studio.
They are a sign that Allan Becker’s touch is “still very much alive”, according to David Jaffe, creator of God of War and Twisted Metal. Jaffe’s comment comes as part of a TwitLonger post which begins, “Very proud this week of Allan Becker, my former Sony boss and the man who started Sony Santa Monica.”
If you happen to live in the United States and happened to enter the Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time treasure design contest, we bet you’ve been wondering if you’ve won or not. The winners will be contacted soon. Read on for the full story…
Sony found some time in between firing out new games at its Tuesday Gamescom presentation to announce some exciting news regarding PS Plus.
Sony have shown a new trailer for upcoming Naughty Dog title The Last of Us at their gamescom press conference.
With brutality being a clear focus for the game, Naughty Dog decided to show everybody a much darker, more violent side of Joel, a side Ellie clearly isn’t comfortable with.