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Another week, another twitter round-up.
And what a week it has been! We celebrated our 1,000th follower, launched our new SWAG competition and some of us even managed to play some Burnout Paradise with Ducer15! What’s this – actually playing games?!? I know, I know…
Anyway, for the full recounting of the week in tweet-format, read on!
When you hear the term ‘background,’ you think of something rather dull and boring with no movement. With Bayonetta’s case, it’s exactly the opposite. Background is just a simple term for what we like to call a living stage.
Washi, the lead background designer for Bayonetta, took some time to discuss the design process of the game on Platinum Games blog. Mari Shimazaki also makes an appearance to speak about character design with Jeanne. Top it all off with a few questions answered by director Hideki Kamiya and you have one action packed Bayonetta blowout…
In todayâ€™s world of entertainment, movies and video games go hand in hand like milk and cookies. Thatâ€™s why we would like to introduce to you a new feature entitled, â€œThe Reel Deal.â€ Weâ€™ll bring together the latest and greatest news that bridge the gap between video games and films.
Today weâ€™ll discuss the latest news regarding the Uncharted film, what Uwe Boll said about Alone in the Dark 5, and look at the release of films and their video game adaptations…
The Dragon Ball franchise has been with Atari for quite some time, that is, until now. It looks like the series will be heading back home to its original Japanese publisher, Namco Bandai. The company states that they will publish all Dragon Ball games for five years starting January 2010. They will also take over the most recent DB games; Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo, and Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans all this year. Looks like Atari is going to be sailing through some rough waters…
Did Europe get the superior update this week? They certainly have more downloadable games, a demo and a PSone Classic than North America. However, North America got balls. High Velocity Bowling Ball packs not found in Europe. Coincidence? You be the judge.
Cross Edge gets free items and a free dungeon while 007 Quantum of Solace gets a map pack. All this is exclusive to North America’s PlayStation Store, but is that enough to best Europe? Did they really have the best store update this week?
We were scared for a moment there. After a brief hiatus from the special E3 editions of PULSE, presented by the PlayStation Network, brings life back to the cold digital PlayStation world.
Take a look at today’s PULSE, presented by the PlayStation Network, after the break and don’t forget to get the HD version from the PlayStation Store later today.
Cast your mind back to 2005.
We’re at E3 and Kudo Tsunoda is showing ‘real-time’ footage of what the PS3 is capable of doing for his Fight Night franchise. Of course, what is shown at E3 didn’t transpire when Fight Night Round 3 arrived on our beloved black monolith, raising questions of whether it was real-time after all.
Does Fight Night Round 4 finally deliver the realism we crave, as demonstrated four years ago?
NCAA Football 10 hasn’t even launched yet and people are already going bananas over creating their own personal teams via the all new TeamBuilder website announced at this years E3. During the sites first two days of life, teams were being created at an astonishing seven per minute! Currently, the site is touting over 100 thousand teams. Is one of them yours?
Motorstorm: Pacific Rift has received a third major patch, and this update brings us closer to a more relevant and fully featured PlayStation Home gaming environment.
Home has certainly been coming along at a pace, but one of the main features promised and demonstrated prior to release still requires much better support; game launching.
Fans of old school tactical turn-based RPGs, prepare to have something to celebrate.
If Final Fantasy VII getting a release on the PSN wasn’t enough, new details of the prequel to the 1996 classic Vandal Hearts, shunning the number system and simply going with Vandal Hearts: Flames of Judgment, have been released.
Welcome to our first ever Search, Win, and Gloat Competition, also known as SWAG.
In our recent trip to visit a little expo named E3, we were able to get our hands on some goodies and what better thing to do than pass them on to our readers. Right? Of course!
We have had a few great moments at PS3 Attitude over the years, and this weekend we hit yet another milestone.
After jumping on the Twitter bandwagon very late, only starting to tweet on January 26th 2009, we hit the 1,000 follower mark just five months later.
We’ve had our own internal celebration (involving drinks and nibbles), so here’s our gift to you, the people who made it all possible.
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Often rumoured and desired by fans in equal proportions, confirmation is now hitting the trades that Columbia are officially bringing Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune to the big screen.
With nothing to apologize for or explain, the PlayStation.Blog.US sends another solid update our North American way. We hear Europeans are not very happy with the ‘hey, what are ya gonna do?’ response from the European PSB.
We are confident that they will pull through and offer some great content in the future. We also hope they do in the very, very near future lest the people revolt and start playing ColecoVision or something.
Oops, we may have collectively hurt PlayStation.Blog.Europe’s feelings. They felt our cries of anger and disappointment and have asked patience from the European gamer. That may be a tall order; the European PS3 crowd has been very patient over a long period of time. Since 6 September to be precise.
Kotaku have apparently come across some new and interesting details regarding Sony’s upcoming PlayStation Eye plus new motion controller technology.
Demoed at this year’s E3 to much aplomb, hordes of people are intrigued about just what the device is capable of, and with the technology already in the hands of developers, it’s no surprise that certain aspects of the exciting concept are now coming out.
With a puffed out chest and his fingers secretly crossed behind his back, Activision CEO Robert Kotick has come out and suggested that, unless Sony lower the price of the PS3, the super-publisher might have no option but to pull support for Sony’s platforms.
The statement, resounding around the internet yesterday like a wrecking ball, has caused many people to weigh in with their opinions on why such an eminent figure in the gaming industry would come out with such a bold and, let’s face it, totally incredulous statement.
Not quite the same size as last week’s ultra big update, but it can hold its own thanks to the PSOne ultra mega classic Metal Gear Solid. Oh yeah, time to get sneaky like it’s 1998.
Can’t get enough foosball? There’s a demo for you. Want more JRPG than you can shake a review at? Three free packs for you. Crank it up to 11 with Rock Band’s Spinal Tap and Evanescence track packs and waste your money on even more ‘premium’ themes.