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Sniper Elite V2 received number ones across the world last week, and it is now sitting on a healthy 77 Metacritic rating. This is a remarkable achievement for developer Rebellion and publisher 505 Games for a few reasons.
BioShock Infinite won’t make its October release date, 2K Games today announced. Seanoc argues why this isn’t necessarily a bad thing for us. Find out why…
In conjunction with the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, online players looking for an edge can today register for a Call of Duty ELITE account.
Outside of that, highlights include a digital download of Dead Space 2 and a few good demos to try out.
Not much new content to speak of on the European front this week (don’t worry this week’s North American update was one of the worst the store has ever seen). Instead a few of the PS3 more successful retail titles are now available via excessively long download.
Take a look.
There have been some pretty dry updates on the PlayStation Store but the dearth of content hitting this week seems especially vacant of intriguing downloads. No new games, publisher sales or particularly interesting pieces of DLC are newly available but hey maybe you’ll find something.
The first-person shooter genre is one of the most dominant of this generation. The success of Call of Duty alone is staggering. Back in late December, Activision announced that Black Ops had surpassed $1bn in sales and that over 600m hours had been logged playing the game. The game is still topping the charts today. Call of Duty isn’t the only franchise flying the flag for first-person shooters either; there is also much fanfare for Killzone, Battlefield, Medal of Honor and Resistance, to name just a few of the big hitters.
FirstPlay has gone all festive this week, with a whole host of holiday-themed content, including a review of the year, a round-up of the best Christmas films, and even some free gifts in the form of a dynamic theme celebrating OPM reaching fifty issues and a couple of free avatars.
However, if you’re one of those people that hate Christmas specials, then there’s plenty of content for you too, including reviews of Tron: Evolution and the Prince of Persia Trilogy, screenshot galleries of Brink and Mass Effect 2, plus much more.
This week there are reviews of James Bond: Blood Stone, EA’s Create, and Call of Duty: Black Ops, as well as previews of Dead Space 2 and Homefront. There’s also a feature on the making of the original Dead Space, and an online guide to Medal of Honor.
You’ll also find an interesting feature about the films that have influenced modern gaming, and tips on how to be insanely good at Sonic the Hedgehog 4, as well screenshot galleries of Dragon Age II, F.E.3.R., and Mortal Kombat.
In this week’s episode of FirstPlay there are reviews of Buzz!: The Ultimate Music Quiz, Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, and Red Dead Redemption’s Undead Nightmare pack, as well as an online review of Medal of Honor.
There’s also a ‘making of’ feature for James Bond: Blood Stone, an interview with Atari’s executive producer Vince Farquharson, and screenshot galleries of Bulletstorm, Crysis 2, Dead Space 2, Shift 2: Unleashed, and Tokyo Jungle.
We’re a little late with today’s European Store update, as it actually updated this morning. Don’t get used to it though, it’s just an early Christmas present from SCEE.
This week’s content includes Alien Breed 2: Assault, Kung-Fu LIVE!, and a PSN release of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2, as well as the usual DLC, minis, demos, themes and avatars.
PlayStation Plus subscribers also get a few free goodies this week, in the form of some Hustle Kings and Dead Nation avatars, and more importantly, the co-operative PS Move game, Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves (releasing on the Store next week for everyone else).
So, is there anything that Sony can tempt you with today?
EA has recently released two new multiplayer modes for Medal of Honor, appropriately called Clean Sweep and Hot Zone. The former is a freebie, but the latter, which we’ll describe in more depth, will set you back $9.99.
Do you ever wonder what the staff of PS3 Attitude does when they’re not busy bringing you some of the best quality PlayStation 3 coverage on the web? Well wonder no more because we’re about to show you.
In this week’s episode you’ll find reviews of Def Jam Rapstar and DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue, as well as a reviews round-up featuring Front Mission Evolved, Vanquish and Tumble. There’s also previews of the awesome-looking BioShock Infinite and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.
Elsewhere, FreeStyleGames give some tips on how to be a DJ Hero, Tim Clark explains why he’s in love with PES’s Become a Legend mode, and there are screenshot galleries of Alice: Madness Returns, Mindjack and Twisted Metal.
In case you missed it, the world almost imploded for a bunch of PlayStation 3 gamers when there was a delay in publishing the store update… or at least that’s what you’d think if you went over the PlayStation Blog. Indeed the update was a few hours late but it’s nothing to lose sleep over. It’s all updated and ready to go now for your purchasing pleasure. So what do you have to look forward to?
If you’re a Plus member, you have the God of War Collection full game trials to play (non Plus Members still get the games but not the trial) as well as a new mini titled BreakQuest and a few other odds and ends things.
Plus members and regular members alike have episode 25 of Qore to download, as well as the new action/strategy game Hoard. If you cruise over to the demo section, you’ll find demos for Rock Band 3, Aqua Panic HD and another Split/Second demo.
There’s far more to see and purchase beyond that but we’ll leave the browsing to you. Be sure to head down to the comments section after seeing the complete list and let us know what you’ll be getting.
Medal of Honor, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Vanquish, Fallout: New Vegas, Sonic the Hedgehog: Episode 1, FIFA 2011, PES 2011 and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West: these are just some of the games that have stormed the charts in October.
If July will be remembered for its summer shutdown, then October will be known for its abundance of games. What’s more: they were mostly quality. Yes, some underachieved, and others were predictable, but all were worth a play, and play we did…
We’re still a few days away from announcing the winners of our October contest but just as we did last month, we’re still going roll out the November prizes and tell you what you can win. So if you’re the type that likes receiving awesome stuff just for talking about video games, by all means, come check out what we’ve got for you this time around!
This week has quite a bit of content. For downloadable games there’s Blacklight: Tango Down and Superstars V8 Racing, which is nice. It took awhile for Blacklight to hit the PSN for some reason though.
You’ll definitely want to check out the demo for Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom. This game is made by the developers of Folklore and it’s looking quite beautiful. If that’s not enough for you, there’s a demo for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2, Blacklight, and TV Superstars.
The highlight is definitely the undead DLC for Red Dead Redemption. If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber you can even purchase it at a reduced price. Not bad! The Fan Axxess pack for Smackdown vs Raw 2011 is now available and this pre-purchases any DLC coming to the game in the future. It’s an interesting idea by THQ, let’s see if it works out in the end. Move support for High Velocity Bowling is now available to all PSN users and it’s still free. If you have a PS Move you’ll probably want to try that out.
If you’re a fan of Super Street Fighter IV, you’ll be happy to know that the first pack of new costumes have been released. Enjoy!
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the last ten weeks we’ve been revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and we think you’ll agree we’ve included some incredibly talented teams. We’ve now revealed ninety developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing the final ten!
To apologise to PS3 users for the game’s delay on the console (we like to think so anyway), Zombie Studios and Ignition Entertainment have announced that the PSN version of Blacklight: Tango Down will not only be fully-updated but also feature an exclusive map, bringing the total number of multiplayer maps to thirteen.