Resistance 2 Patch 1.40 Goes Live Monday
Monday’s patch will have numerous behind the scenes fixes like stability improvements and whatnot, but the gem in this patch is a fix for the competitive and cooperative character level 1 reset bug. Not only will all your previous XP/stats/attributes come back intact, but it will also add up all the XP/stats/attributes that you may have earned since the bug ate your stuff. Awesome news.
Medal and Trophy problems are being addressed as well, like the â€œKilling Machineâ€ trophy bug. If you already met the requirement for a Trophy but you still haven’t earned it, it will pop up right after the patch works its magic. Read on for the main patch details.
Welcome To Savage Moon. Rico’s Savage Moon.
This should be old news to Europeans, but Savage Moon is coming to North America! Really! Pinky swear! Savage moon is “coming soon” to the PlayStation Network with a price point that is sure to please sci-fi strategic tower defense fans out there. All seven of you. We kid, we kid. There’s got to be about a dozen of you, no?
If you think of Savage Moon as the result of a one night stand between PixelJunk Monsters and Starship Troopers you may be right on the money. Read on to learn the set price and the not-so-set release date. Them space bugs are not ones for punctuality.
The Naked View 2 1/2: Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix
Join PS3 Attitude’s most colorful (albeit white-skinned) character as he delves little bit deeper today into all things Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix from his twisted unique point of view. I have received numerous calls demanding a cease and desist from any and all further attempts of game journalism (or anything that would pass for game journalism), but I never paid much attention to grandma anyway. Even when she was alive.
Part 2 1/2 is upon thee.
Flower Power; the PS3 makes it possible
We already talked about Flower this week, the forthcoming casual game from thatgamecompany, when we revealed the February 12th release date.
Hopefully that gameplay video we showed made you sit back and appreciate just what the PS3 is capable of. Now, we can reveal some of the startling facts behind this much-anticipated title.
What would you pay for a Trivial Pursuit?
Cranial heavy-hitter ‘Trivial Pursuit’ is ambling onto the PS3.
With a (rumoured) weighty price tag to boot, what price is ‘too high’? And what about retail versions? And DLC? Are there any monkeys on mars? Click through for all the answers.
(Well, maybe not ALL the answers…)
North American PS Store Update – January 22nd
Nothing too exciting this week amidst the usual content of Guitar Hero and Rock Band tracks. For those of you who want to give your brain a little challenge the Brain Challenge Expansion Pack has received a price drop. I guess it was so challenging that nobody wanted to play it.
The F.E.A.R. 2 demo that was available to Qore subscribers last week is out for the masses and there is also a demo for the excellent Wipeout HD. I definitely suggest checking that one out if you haven’t already purchased the game. Hit the jump for the rest of the goodies…
Noby Noby Boy gets priced and dated
Last December, we informed you about Keita Takahashiâ€™s latest creation, Noby Noby Boy. Back then, Namco assured us that this original PSN game would be released in early 2009. As it seems, they kept their word.
Click through to find out the date and price of this PSN gem.
Explaining our new Twitter widget
Some of our regular readers will have no doubt already spotted the Twitter widget that has appeared in the sidebar at PS3 Attitude.
We thought it would be a good idea to explain what we’ll be using Twitter for, and why you’ll want to keep an eye on our feed.
Introducing MLB 09: The Show’s Cover Athlete And Improved AI
Say hello to Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox. Yup, we have no clue who he is. But how could we?
Most of the team is European and as one half of the North American PS3A duo, all I know about baseball is that you must spit a lot, rearrange your crotchal area repeatedly and smack your fellow teammates in the butt at all times.
Majiesto, our other ‘yank’ told me never to play with him ever again and kicked me off the summer baseball league…why?
Games of 2009 – Part IV
The last in our four part series (and flagrantly late – sorry about that) we take a look at the Games of 2009 from the end of the alphabet. Team Ico’s project, Uncharted 2, The Witcher – there’s some good ones in here people.
The Naked View: Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix
Join PS3 Attitude’s most colorful (albeit white-skinned) character as he delves into all things Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix from his twisted unique point of view. Some may argue that ‘demented’ is a more appropriate adjective than ‘colorful’ but we won’t pay attention to the voices in my head today. Part 1 is here to stay.
Killzone 2 As Good As Gold
No, we are not talking about this amazing review. We are pleased to announce you that Killzone has gone gold. True to their word, Guerilla Games will deliver Killzone 2 February 27th in north America. Punctuality, what a concept. Non-UK Europeans and Australians get to thrash the Helghast a bit earlier; February 25th and 26th respectively.
‘What If…?’ Classics Edition
Retro. That is the buzzword for the era. With PS1 games on the PSN and rumours of PS2 games to follow suit, what would we like to see make the jump into the 21st Century?
More Importantly, what would you like to see dragged kicking and/or screaming into the modern age?
Six new trophies for Mirror’s Edge
We all know that the Mirror’s Edge Pure Time Trial Pack was coming on January 29. What we didn’t know is what else we would be receiving with that pack. Six shiny new trophies will be up for grabs come the end of January. Free running enthusiasts will have to perform some fancy dance moves as well as be quick on their feet if they want to earn bragging rights.
Hit the jump for the list of what’s included…
Sony “Know about” Issues with EU Store
The EU store continues to be treated like the black sheep of the family with the much heralded “one approval process for all regions” still nowhere to be seen. Read on for details of why, sometimes, it’s not good to be European.