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Sony announced before E3 that they would unveil the “future of PS Plus”, and that is exactly what they did during their keynote speech. It wasn’t quite as revolutionary as some of the rumours had predicted. There was no cloud streaming service announced, for example.
What we did get however, while not as headline catching, was fantastic news for all PS3 owners. As of today in the US and tomorrow in the UK, an Instant Game Collection will be available for all PS Plus members. This is an ever-expanding library of free games – worth over $260 (in the US at least).
Ubisoft has closed the doors on their 2012 E3 press conference and open the doors to a new Splinter Cell game on PlayStation 3. Coming spring 2013, can’t get any more tentative really, Splinter Cell: Blacklist aims to rectify the lack of Sam Fisher on our XMB toting blu-ray disc console. PS3 may not have had Conviction, but it will get a Blacklist.
E3 is the biggest gaming event in the world, so it would be remiss of us not to bring you all the latest news from the show.
The event run from 5-7 June, but there will be plenty of announcements around these dates.
Castlevania was one of my highlights of 2010. It was a fantastic reboot of the series, offering an engrossing story, great voice acting and brilliant combat. So naturally the reveal of Lords of Shadow 2 has me bounding about with joy.
Note: spoilers ahead for those who haven’t finished Lords of Shadow 1.
It’s less than 24 hours now until the start of Sony’s E3 conference. The show will see Sony outline new games and services, and judging by a message on us.playstation.com, a new PlayStation Plus.
Lara was one of the highlights of E3 2011. Her pre-show CG trailer captured the imagination and proved that the old – now young – First Lady of Games was still relevant. The live demo at the show also offered a lot of promise.
Unless you haven’t been on the internet for a month, you’ll know that E3 starts in just a few days’ time, so we no doubt have dozens of game reveals to look forward to over the next week or so. Before that though, PS3 Attitude thought we’d take a look at some of the games that have already been announced, and, more specifically, what they need to prove at the expo.
With the Wii U slated for full reveal this year and rumors of Microsoft’s next console announcement swirling PlayStation fans have wondered when Sony would make its move.
According to a ‘concrete’ source, the PS4 will be announced at this June’s E3.
The final installment of the Metro: Last Light E3 demo is finally here. Roughly a month after the event it looks as if we can put E3 2011 to bed at long last.
Earlier this month THQ and 4A GAmes released part one of a three part series revealing the full demo for Metro: Last Light which was displayed at E3. This is part two.
At this point in the year unveiling formerly private E3 demos seems to be the thing to do. Big name titles like BioShock Infinite and RAGE have already displayed long-form gameplay cuts.
Now it’s Metro: Last Light’s turn.
Roughly a week ago Irrational Games gave us a taste of their BioShock Infinite E3 demo which was shown exclusively to those in attendance. Thankfully Ken Levine, creative director on BioShock Infinite, promised to later unveil the entire 15 minute demonstration to the public.
It’s later now.
Irrational Games Creative Director, Ken Levine has graciously provided a sneak peak at the demonstration for Bioshock Infinite which was shown behind closed doors this year at E3.
Even if you don’t count yourself among the throngs of Bioshock fans, you’ll want to see this.
The good people at Webtrends have released an infographic for E3; it shows which of the major players created the most buzz during the event. The data is gathered from Monday 6 June through to Friday 10 June, and it shows who received the most mentions on blogs, Twitter and other social networking sites.
Mass Effect 2 was predominantly a corridor shooter, even with its huge and richly detailed space world. It wasn’t a bad set up, though; BioWare found a successful balance between exploration and action, and the gaming world responded by giving the team a slew of awards.
When it first launched over two and a half years ago, PlayStation Home was seen as a bold experiment by Sony, which, if marketed well, had massive potential. Unfortunately, despite a huge increase in the amount of content available in Home since then, most gamers have ignored the service, as there is arguably no real incentive to keep logging in.
However, it seems that Home isn’t quite as dead as many of us thought, because half a million gamers have logged into the service over E3 and visited Sony’s dedicated E3 space, which included a live stream of the company’s press conference. Last year’s similar Home event only attracted a quarter of a million users, although it did not include a live stream.
When Papo & Yo was announced, we were immediately intrigued by its unique gameplay and storyline, as absurd as it sounded. Quico is just your average boy aside from the fact that he has a giant pink rhino-like creature named Monster for a pet. Oh and then there’s Lula, a robot who helps tame Monster. Okay, so Quico isn’t so average after all.
Prepare to take a trip down memory lane as you travel back into the 80s with Awesomenauts, a retro 16-bit multiplayer online battle arena influenced by our favorite cartoon titles of old. Developed by Romino Games, this downloadable title lets players take control of various wacky characters as they are pitted against one another in one giant area.
But just how awesome is Awesomenauts? We got some hands-on time with the game at E3 to find out.
There’s no doubt that when Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 hits shelves this fall it’s going to be big, regardless of how good the game is. It’s a title that overshadows all others, save for one; Battlefield 3.
Since its release of the Fault Line video series, EA has been pushing Battlefield 3 as the number one contender against Activision’s golden child. With stunning graphics and immersive gameplay, can the Battlefield series overthrow the king?