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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.
E3 was a momentous event that housed tons of gaming big screens, booth babes, and flashy lights and sounds. Tucked away between the two halls of the convention, right next to the Into the Pixel Gallery, was a lone setup. There were no booth babes, no flashy gimmicks, and just one game. The game was Shatter and its developer; Sidhe.
Finally, almost two months later, the game has been released and we were excited to finish what we had started back at E3. You play as BAT1138, a slave to the machine empire, forced to harvest energy for his masters. After a breakdown, he becomes self aware and breaks free from his prison. In order to escape, BAT must successfully traverse the ten levels of the factory and defeat the bosses at the end of each.
You guys and gals know about Shatter, you were waiting for Napalm & Cordite, ready for the Fury add-on but there’s just so much more.
Call of Duty: World at War gets a demo for those too busy playing Call of Duty 4 to care about it at launch, WILD ARMS 2 is the star of the two PSone Classics released today, Cross Edge keeps throwing free packs at you while Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires tries to keep up.
Arkham Asylum is home to the most dangerous villains in Gotham City, all of which have quite the hatred towards our caped crusader. It looks like the Scarecrow just might get the chance to extract his revenge with the help of his skeleton army.Exclusive to those who pre-order the game, players be able to download the Scarecrow Challenge Map and face your fears against the undead.
We had the opportunity to talk with Mario Wynands, the Managing Director of Sidhe, about their upcoming PSN title, Shatter. The game, developed and published for the PlayStation Network by the team, is a re-imaging of the retro brick breaking genre. What sets it apart from the rest is the ability to ‘suck and blow,’ giving the player more control over the course of the ball.
In our exclusive interview with the team, Mario talk about the creation of BAT1138, our hero of the story (yes, there is a story involved), and what makes Shatter so different for all the other games out there. By the end of it all, you’ll be itching for some brick breaking action.
If youâ€™ve watched any of the trailers for Shatter, youâ€™ve probably heard the amazing musical score that accompanies the retro gameplay with a twist. In an exclusive interview with PS3 Attitude, Mario Wynards, Managing Director of Sidhe, has stated that the game includes â€œover 90 minutes of high quality original music.â€
If sauntering around gay Paris is more to your liking than the dusty bleakness of Martian territory, you’ll be happy to hear that Pandemic’s tale of vengeance in Nazi-occupied France, The Saboteur, will hit stores on December 4th.
And we’ve got a new screenshot as well.
The Beatles have composed over 200 songs so narrowing down the list to 45 for their upcoming version of Rock Band could be a difficult task. Announced at this years E3 were the initial ten that would be included in the game; â€œI Saw Her Standing There,â€ â€œI Want To Hold Your Hand,â€ â€œI Feel Fine,â€ â€œTaxman,â€ â€œDay Tripper,â€ Back In The USSR,â€ â€œI Am The Walrus,â€ â€œOctopusâ€™s Garden,â€ â€œHere Comes The Sun,â€ and â€œGet Back.â€
We now have the next fifteen that are to be included, bringing the total to 25. With only a fraction of tracks left, any guesses on what songs are to be announced next?
Comic-Con in San Diego is starting to look like a gamers’ paradise, as more collaborations and game tie-ins are announced.
The latest? EA, developer Visceral Games and DC Comics/Wildstorm have announced a collaboration that will see the launch of a comic mini-series based on Dante’s Inferno.
Which has to be the easiest tie-in ever…
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?
Speaking at the Develop Conference today, SCEE Research & Development demonstrated the motion control wand that was so well received at E3.
So did we learn anything new from seeing the device on this side of the pond?
What a week.
This week we; closed our E3 SWAG competiton, entered GamesAid Charity Poker, gave away codes for PSFree Attitude Tuesday, attended the launch party for Battlefield 1943 and uncovered a side-business run by one of our own… disturbing just doesn’t cover it…
And to think this is just in one week!
Presented at this year’s E3 and promising to do to the racing genre what LittleBigPlanet did for platforming, ModNation Racers captured everyone’s attention – well, at least the attention of those of us who have always dreamt of creating our very own kick-ass race tracks.
Debuting over at GameTrailers, we now have our very first official trailer of the upcoming user-content controlled sandbox title.
We are excited about the upcoming brick-breaking game that is Shatter from Sidhe. After watching the initial video and then giving it a test run at E3, the game is shaping up to be a hit on the PSN. Come July 27th, you’ll be able to download the game exclusively on the PSN for $7.99.
Activision have confirmed that online retailer Amazon’s updated release date of upcoming FPS Singularity as now hitting in March 2010 is accurate.
Quoting the behemoth that is Modern Warfare 2 as the culprit, Activision have decided to give the new time-bending IP some breathing space in fear of it being completely ignored this holiday season.
Today we travel back to Hell again with Dante in this new trailer from the folks at EA. Watch as he uses Death’s Scythe and his cross to destroy the creatures of the damned. He looks a lot like Kratos to us with the way he swings from place to place and slices the surrounding enemies. Thankfully, that isn’t a bad thing.
If you don’t already own one of the best games on the PSN by now, then you are missing out. Not only will you pull your eyes out trying to beat Zico, but you’ll have a blast racing at high octane speeds in glorious HD.
Soon, you’ll be able to take out all that anger with the release of the Fury expansion pack. Marcus Tanner stopped by the PlayStation.Blog to discuss the environmental design of this upcoming add-on.
Fumito Ueda, the much-lauded creator of Ico, has been talking with games magazine ‘Level’ about aesthetics versus the available technology, and he admits he has a love/hate relationship with the limitations hardware imposes on him.
As the project lead on The Last Guardian, that led manly journalists to shed real tears when it was shown at E3 this year, Ueda has a lot to say about how visible flaws can be made inconsequential when placed in an impactful gaming world.
Jack Tretton, President of SCEA has responded to the constant requests from consumers, publishers and developers for a price cut on the PS3.
In a recent interview, he explained that the PlayStation 3 is “on the right path for the long term”, staying defiant and would not bow down to pressure for a slash in the price.