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The very solid slate of special offers from last week will remain throughout this week’s update as well. So if you haven’t done so already check out the rundown of discounted titles because it’s a pretty notable bunch.
But if you say ‘nay’ to such fine discounts perhaps you will find The Fancy Pants Adventures or a full game download of ModNation Racers to your liking. Just promise us you won’t download Battle: Los Angeles. Better yet if you’re thinking about purchasing the movie tie-in how about redirecting your funds to support your favorite charitable PS3 site?
We are in the marketplace, four of us, and tens of bony, nimble aliens are surrounding us. They’re clinging to the walls and hurling themselves at us, while we’re desperately trying to survive by pumping a truckload of lead into them. It’s dark; the pace is fast; there is destruction everywhere; and we’re having a lot of fun.
We’re playing Red Faction: Armageddon’s Infestation co-op mode. It is essentially a Gears of War-style Horde mode, which – for non Xbox-owning readers – is similar to Call of Duty’s Nazi Zombies, Uncharted 2’s Siege mode and Bulletstorm’s Anarchy mode. It has you fighting wave after wave of aliens (about 30 waves per map) with increasing difficulty the more you kill.
Coming up on May 31 in the US and June 3 in the UK Red Faction: Armageddon, the third installment of the franchise, will be released to a into the wild.
Fans of the multiplayer features in Red Faction: Guerilla will find that the philosophy regarding online gameplay will have a much different feel to it this time around.
This week’s PS Store update comes with plenty of content for FPS enthusiasts with the release of the Steel Rain Map Pack for Killzone 3 and the SOCOM: Special Forces multiplayer beta. There’s even a trial and unlock for MAG if you have yet to pickup the game in stores.
Don’t worry if you’re not as trigger happy as everyone else; there’s plenty more available as well.
‘Tis a good week PlayStation fans. Not a great week but more importantly not a barren one either.
Spring Fever 2011 comes to a close with the genre-bending StarDrone and a pair of discounted games that warrant your attention. Downloadable content this week is very Yoostar 2 and Test Drive Unlimited 2 heavy. If you enjoyed Stacking you’ll be pleased to find a brand new DLC pack available for download. As per usual there are plenty of videos, themes and wallpapers to be had. Check it out.
Your nausea, high fever, headache, muscle ache, chills, cough and runny nose mean you probably have the flu. There’s been a touch of that going around, go get yourself checked out.
If your symptoms are more closely related to seasonal discounts then you’ve probably got a case of Spring Fever 2011. This week we are receiving the release of Ghostbuster: Sanctum of Slime (yay) and Battle: Los Angeles (eeeeh). Of course there’s more to be had so head in and check it out. Happy downloading.
Mars is once again in chaos, 50 years after Alec Mason united with the Marauders in Red Faction: Guerrilla to liberate its people from the tyranny of the EDF. This time a cataclysmic event has rendered the surface uninhabitable, forcing everyone to relocate underground. Clearly there are evil people behind this.
THQ and Volition have never been shy about the destructible environments of the Red Faction series. In fact it’s one of the game’s main selling points.
For the upcoming Red Faction: Armageddon, the minds behind the red planets latest mining foray are further embracing demolition with the addition of ‘Ruin Mode’. The latest trailer demonstrates exactly what gamers can expect. Have a look.
This is the first of our revamped weekly FirstPlay articles, detailing the content of each episode of the digital magazine, and what we thought of it. Some episodes are chock-full of great content, whilst others are occasionally lacking, so our intention with this feature is to give our opinion on each episode, so that you can decide whether or not it interests you.
See it. Shoot it. Destroy it. Repeat. A simple formula that spawned a unique franchise.
Slated for a May release the newest game in the series: Red Faction: Armageddon looks to take the outfit in a slightly different direction. Instead of miners rising up against the oppressive hand group of violent groups, this version appears to dip its toe into the sci-fi realm. How much of a departure is this from previous games? Have a look.
Perhaps their isn’t a great new game to be had this week on the PlayStation Store but we do have access to a host of discounts on previously released downloads.
Some of the gems of this week’s harvest include Red Faction: Guerrilla and Mega Man 9 & 10.
Do any of these markdowns warrant your money?
Well then, dear PS3 lovers… it will soon be the Year of the Rabbit, the happiest of all the Chinese zodiac signs.
In Chinese astrology the Rabbit is considered to be happy and popular. Rabbits are known for their artistic talent and good taste. You might say there are certain attributes of the Rabbit that foretell of a great year for Sony’s flagship console.
So, is that the case? Or will 2011 be more a ‘dog of a year’ than a metaphorical ‘lucky rabbit’s foot’?
Traditionally, the PS Store update before Christmas is always chock-full of great content, but this year SCEE have truly outdone themselves, with what is without a doubt the best update ever!
Firstly, later today will see the releases of a number of highly anticipated PSN titles, including Eat Them!, echochrome ii, Magic: The Gathering, Tetris, and the first batch of NEOGEO Station games.
There’s also a ridiculous amount of trials and demos, the stand-outs of which are what will no doubt be three of 2011′s biggest games: Dead Space 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, and Mass Effect 2.
You’ll also find a massive amount of downloadable content, notably the Vietnam expansion for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, as well as add-ons for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, R.U.S.E., and The Sims 3.
Furthermore, there’s the biggest sale the European Store has ever seen, with far too much content to list here, but some of our picks are Joe Danger, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and PixelJunk Shooter. Be sure to check out the huge list of deals on the Store.
But that’s not all! From today, PlayStation Plus subscribers can also download (for free) the minis title, A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks, and the NEOGEO game, Samurai Shodown. There’s also further discounts on other NEOGEO titles, and more.
Best update ever? Quite possibly. There is so much good content it’s not even funny. Where do we even begin? Well, PlayStation Plus Subscribers get a bunch of discounts and a game trial for Borderlands and MAG. Not bad, right? It gets better.
If you’re not a PS+ subscriber, don’t worry, there’s still a bunch of games on sale. Sonic 4, Bomberman Ultra, After Burner Climax, Worms 2, and more. It’s craziness!
Listing all of the downloadable games would be pointless, just know that there are 10 NEOGEO classics now available on the PSN, echochrome ii, Prince of Persia; The Two Thrones HD, Top Darts, and Front Mission 3 for the PSone.
Awesome right? Oh, but there’s more! This week is demos galore – Dead Space 2, Mass Effect 2, LittleBigPlanet 2 (notice a trend?), Blokus, and Beat Sketcher. Glorious, isn’t it? This week’s content will definitely last you for quite some time.
Fallout 3 was one of our favourite games of 2008, and we’ve been looking forward to Fallout: New Vegas for months, but has Obsidian Entertainment created a worthy sequel to Bethesda’s epic post-apocalyptic adventure?
After last week’s lacklustre update, this is exactly what the doctor ordered. There’s a whole range of content this week, including Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time HD, the PSN release of Red Faction: Guerrilla, a port of the awesome Dreamcast title Crazy Taxi, and a permanent price cut for Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned.
There’s also Who’s That Flying?!, Mediatonic’s follow-up to the awesome minis title, Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess. Mediatonic describe their latest game as ‘a really interesting blend of mechanics and something we hope will appeal to the discerning tastes of minis players’. Check out the PS3 Attitude review to see what we think (it’s good!).
We haven’t even touched on all the DLC yet (of which there is even more than last week), but you’ll also find the free PS3-exclusive pack for Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, ready for the game’s launch later this week, as well as add-ons for the likes of DJ Hero 2, Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage and Vanquish.
You’ve got to find something to love in this week’s update, right?
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the last ten weeks we’ve been revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and we think you’ll agree we’ve included some incredibly talented teams. We’ve now revealed ninety developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing the final ten!
At Gamescom 2010, Irrational Games showed to journalists gameplay footage from BioShock Infinite and, as of tomorrow, they will start distributing this footage to a wider audience. To build anticipation for this moment, Irrational have been drip feeding us information over the past ten days, through their website, with a series of articles entitled, ‘Ten things you should know about BioShock Infinite.’
For those of you that have PlayStation Plus, come take a look at some of the new content that is coming your way very soon. For those don’t have PlayStation Plus, come join in on a debate that is sure to be heated.