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One of the more impressive games on the show floor was the stylized action cinematic adventure Bayonetta. From the creative mind of Hideki Kamiya, the very one who brought us the original Devil May Cry, comes this sexy heroine complete with guns, brains, beauty, and the power of evil.
We here at PS3 Attitude love to give things away. We’ve had some awesome prizes in the past, including the sweet H.A.W.X game and flight stick prize package, and now we have ten Uncharted 2 multiplayer beta codes in our possession. Want to get in on the Drake on Drake shooting action? Here’s how…
Alavanche Studio’s Just Cause did exactly what it said on the tin.
Sure, the game-play was a little repetitive, and it would be something of an understatement to say it didn’t have its fair share of glitches, but if you’re looking for a shoot-things-and-feel-better-about-it run-around, you can’t go far wrong.
News of a sequel came as little surprise; especially considering sandbox games are all the rage at the moment, with Just Cause 2 generating significant buzz at this year’s E3.
Along with the many press conferences, game demos, and free t-shirts of E3, there is one more thing that seems to be missing from our coverage. Booth Babes! Yes, we were able to get some pictures of the glorious ladies of the convention (and a few dudes as well). Our favorites are the Ninja Gaiden chicks and Bayonetta. Check out the full gallery after the jump, along with all the other pictures from our experience at E3 2009.
June 2009 marks a historic moment for PS3 Attitude. It was the first of what we hope to be many E3′s to be covered live from the Los Angeles Convention Center. Over the course of four days, we would cover three different press conferences, multiple booth tours and live demos, and who know’s how many crossings from the South Hall to the West Hall, not to mention the meeting rooms upstairs. There were both ups and downs, good games and bad, but overall, it was an experience like no other.
Join us as we recap some of our favorite (and least favorite) moments of E3 2009 along with some never before seen pictures taken by yours truly…
Another week, another weekly check up with the Twitter Doctor.
Following on from E3, we were on a roll this week. With our man in the middle of the fray, things were bound to get out of hand. But Bird-cats vs. baby-cats? We didn’t see that one coming…
This is more like it, can get behind this week’s number one PSN movie of the week. This weekend is the perfect time to stay home and enjoy a few good movies now that E3 is over. And you can’t go wrong with Taken.
Liam Neeson’s performance makes glad that he was only kidding when he said he would retire after Star Wars Episode I – The Phantom Menace; we could have done without Episode I though.
We’ve known for some time now that, just like a bunch of grandmothers who like to meet up and swap knitting patterns and complain how young people “just don’t listen anymore”, the talented and creative folk from a number of Sony’s studios also like to get together and share their stories and experiences.
Now we’ve learned of an integral clique of developers who are diligently working away on core development tools and sharing them with the wider Sony creative circle.
We told you about the upcoming Fury Pack that would be hitting the PSN this summer and that it would be playable at E3. Well, we were able to find the game tucked away in a corner of the Sony booth. It looked a little lonely with no one around playing with it so we took up the controller and gave it a go.
We tried out all three new modes, Elimination, Zone Battle, and Detonator along with a few of the new ships and tracks. This expansion focuses on the warfare and destruction aspect, more so than actual racing.
Do hefty men need hefty PS Store updates? Hell yeah we do! CellFactor, Trash Panic (yay) and, wait for it, Wolfenstein 3D. Frickin’ Wolfenstein man! Both Wolfie and Trash Panic are at that sweet $4.99 price point. Score!
Speaking of classics, the PSone classic Street Fighter Alpha 2 is here, along with three demos: the just released CellFactor, the Europe-had-it-first Fight Night Round 4 demo and the we-thought-it-was-360-exclusive Overlord II.
With Sony and Microsoft about to enter “Motion-Wars”, a domain previously dominated by the sole presence of Nintendo; a lot of internet chatter at the moment is focused on two important points: whose technology is better, and who will be first to market?
The first question is almost impossible to answer with industry mavens and arm-chair commentators alike only able to opine personal viewpoints. (We like Sony’s more – just for the record).
As for the second question concerning timings, though no dates have been locked down at the moment, it does look like Sony could beat Microsoft for once and have their technology in your hands sooner rather than later.
We’re beginning to think Konami may be tinkering with some cloning technology with the announcement that the ubiquitous Kojima-san, not content with producing one MGS game (the Raiden heavy Rising) and directing another, the aforementioned PSP bound Peace Walker, he’s also involved with upcoming Castlevania re-imagining: Lords of Shadow.
Today’s update may be proven to be a wimpy one compared to the HEFTYness promised by the US PlayStation.Blog.Â Time will tell.
Final Fantasy VII made it into today’s update, barely.Â Only the English and Spanish …
Sonic is at it again! Fresh off his retro foray into SEGA’s old-school library of video game gems, the blue bomber is giving those old red sneakers a break. He’s putting the pedal to the metal along with a few of his SEGA buddies in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing.
The launch of Vidzone is only a week away and we are pretty excited as finally we can get access to over 10,000 tracks for free in our living rooms.
The European PlayStation Blog team had a talk with the people behind the service at the Los Angeles convention to find out more about it and their ambitions.
Another day, another batch of awesome E3 videos. In order to keep up with all the news, updates, videos and reveals, the PlayStation Store will be updatedwith the latest content straight from the show floor.
All three parts of the Sony press conference are now live, if you didn’t stream it or read all about it you can now see for yourself what the fuss was all about. The PS3, PSP and press conference opening sizzles are ready to be downloaded as well. It’s sizzle time!
The Breakout genre of games have always been popular. There have been tons of different remakes and re-imagining of the game yet people continue to flock to it. The latest comes from Sidhe (surprisingly pronounced as ‘she’), titled Shatter. This version, however, is like no other brick-breaking game we’ve seen.
We are big fans of LittleBigPlanet as you may well know, so we were delighted when Sony announced at their E3 conference that a new game in their Play, Create, Share range was in the works calls ModNation Racers.
ModNation racers is a racing game with a twist: You design the race track. With a customisable monkey, you can create your own dream race track complete with hills, lakes, trees, and even sheep.
Announcing the arrival of Inferno Pool to the E3 throng, Dark Energy Digital have released a couple of new gameplay trailers featuring the PS3 Attitude favourite multiplayer mayhem grudge-game.
The accompanying press release also confirms the game’s availability to NA pool-sharks with a date still to be confirmed. We are promised it “shortly” however.
Check out the trailers here while we sort out hosting them ourselves for all you people on a mouse-clicking diet.