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Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that PlayStation 3 sales in the United Kingdom have reached 5 million. The news comes two weeks after the launch of the 500GB Super Slim model, which, along with the 12GB model launching tomorrow, will surely bolster sales even further in the run up to Christmas.
PS3 is adding fire to UK homes this month.
If you still haven’t picked up a PS3, need to replace one or are made of more money than your average dodgy used-car salesman – plus, you want to add a bit of colour to your living room – you will be delighted to know Sony is bringing a red PS3 model to the UK soon.
Another year over. A new one just begun.
2011 was a real corker for the PlayStation 3. And for PS3 Attitude too. We got up to all sorts of shenanigans over the last twelve months, and some of us still have the bruises to prove it.
But this isn’t going to be one of those lame retrospective list articles that counts down our favourite moments from the last year. Oh no. This is 2012. This is about what comes next.
So strap yourselves in and get ready for the ride.
With all of the excitement and speculation surrounding the inevitable next generation hardware releases from Nintendo and Microsoft it’s no wonder that the conversation would find its way to the PlayStation franchise.
Killzone 3 is clearly a title that makes some people uncomfortable.
This particular author doesn’t normally bother reading other people’s reviews at all, but that golden rule was broken when stories of a few ‘less than stellar’ opinions were being touted on Twitter. Could Killzone 3 really be a 6 or 7 out of 10 game? Or are we dealing with some kind of irrational backlash against, apparently, nothing at all?
Read on as PS3 Attitude give you one of our trademark scoreless reviews. Everything you need to know about Killzone 3, good and bad, is contained within.
From a stylistic and technical point of view, Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom is unlike most modern games. The pacing is often slow and thoughtful, and it lacks the intensity that we are used to seeing from other blockbuster games released this generation. It also has a quaint dedication to puzzle solving and platforming. Whether this is good or bad news will depend on what you are actually looking for in the game.
Who ya gonna call? Atari and Sony Pictures Consumer Products apparently. The two are joining forces to bring gamers everywhere the first ever Ghostbusters digital release title; Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime.
The yearly Call of Duty release is upon us again, which can only mean one thing – it’s time for us all to start questioning whether this is finally the year that people start getting sick of Call of Duty. We can’t speak for everyone but after putting a hefty amount of time in to Call of Duty: Black Ops, we can at least share our opinion. So what do we think?
Top Gun is a classic 1980s movie starring Tom Cruise and centres on elite American pilots trained to be the best of the best. This iconic movie has spawned several games over the years, and now it’s the PlayStation Network’s turn with a brand new HD title.
With the film’s popular following even to this day, does the game live up to the big name? Well not exactly.
The PlayStation 3 already supports 3D gaming with titles such as WipEout HD and Motorstorm 3D Rift, but it as of yet doesn’t support 3D movies on Blu-ray discs.
However, next month that is about to change as Sony has confirmed at IFA 2010 that the Blu-ray 3D update for movies will be released in October so you can watch titles such as Avatar or Toy Story 3 in 3D.
At GamesCom 2010, Sony announced two new PlayStation 3 models featuring larger hard disks, which are due to arrive by September. There will be a 160GB model which will be retailing at £249.99 / €299 and a larger 320GB model which will cost £284.99 / €349. Bargains.
The PS3 has been out for nearly four years, but Sony can now confidently wear a smile on their faces as the system has finally reached the stage where it is no longer sold at a loss!
Up until now we have been buying their systems for less than it cost them to make it, proving how good value it really has been for us.
When Bungie recently announced that they were going multi-format by signing with Activision, it was music to the ears for us PS3 owners. The last time we got excited like that was when BioWare signed with EA.
What would you consider to be a highlight in your gaming month? Would it be that sequel to your favourite triple-A game or some surprise new IP that’s redefining its genre? If so, April wasn’t good for you.
Japanese gaming website Pocketnews has reported that the PS3 has received a minor hardware alteration. The changes include a new version of the RSX graphics chip that uses 15% less power. With the cost of electricity these days, this is pleasing news. Plus, it should help cut down on that dreaded ‘yellow light of death’ which causes your PS3 to overheat and die.
Mutinies. Hardware wars. Dying consoles. Tax laws. A month in the games industry can cover a variety of headline-catching topics, but these should never steal the attention away from the true stars of the industry – the games.
Sales figures for the PS3 are on course to meet the fiscal year target of 13 million, according to Jack Tretton, chief executive of Sony Computer Entertainment of America.
It has been a good year for Sony with a price drop and the release of the Slim model sparking a large upsurge in sales from September. The number of units sold on week 36 was up 999% from week 35. It just goes to show the difference a competitive pricing point can make.
The PS3 really hit it’s stride towards the back end of 2009. With a batch of top class games, and the PS3 Slim winning peoples hearts, even CEO and President of Sony Computer Entertainment Jack Tretton raised a smile.
Has this success come at a cost though?
So you want to see the PlayStation 3 playing games in 3D, and have yet to do so? We wouldn’t be surprised because it has only be shown at small game events and at CES in Las Vegas.
But if you live in Canada, you have another chance to see it with your own eyes – and those ugly glasses!