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During Gamescom last week, we reported on the newly announced features coming in FIFA 11. One of these was the ability to play as a goalkeeper, and the subsequent new Be a Goalkeeper mode. EA have just released the tutorial video for this mode, which gives an idea of what’s involved – it looks quite challenging to say the least.
Namco Bandai has released new screenshots of the completely reconstructed anime included in all copies of Raging Blast 2.
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.
Fresh off the heels of Gamescom, more news is pouring in. Now, we’ve caught wind of the Motorstorm Apocalypse release month, plus we’ve got 11 new screens for you to gaze at.
The launch of Gran Turismo 5 is growing very near. There was a time when it seemed like this game would never come out, but alas, the release date is coming very soon. We’ve got a few new screens and a splendid new trailer to watch while you wait.
At Sony’s gamescom conference the company announced some new features planned for PlayTV, the digital TV tuner available in many countries in the PAL territory.
PlayStation Network manager James Thorpe has today detailed the new features that were announced.
New gameplay footage shows us some mechanics we may not have noticed before.
The European edition of No More Heroes for the PS3 will not be censored like its Japanese counterpart.
Namco released tons of gameplay screenshots and artwork for Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2. The new trailer that debuted at Gamescom briefly shows us ‘Plans to eradicate the Super Saiyans’, a 30 minute anime that is included with the game.
Namco reveals Tekken x Street Fighter for the first time at Gamescom (sort of).
More news and info keeps pouring in from Gamescom, this time in the form of a live stage demo of the Crysis 2 multiplayer mode.
This just in from Gamescom, lots of very cool new Dead Rising 2 screens. Even if you have no interest in the game itself, you simply must see what we’ve got here.
Gamescom has been a volcano of news and announcements this week and the eruption doesn’t appear to be over yet. We’ve got new information on a very cool feature to be included in Gran Turismo 5, as well as an unlikely new vehicle class.
Gamescom has been churning out various trailers for some of our most anticipated games. LittleBigPlanet 2 is no exception as today we have for you a brand new one displaying some of what this game has to offer.
The trailer briefly shows off the recently announced music editor, as well as the ability to link various levels together.
This week is pretty good. It’s almost identical to the North American update aside from the absence of the Joe Danger demo. Don’t be sad though. You only have to wait until next week to try the game out for yourself.
This week we’re treated with two demos: NHL 11 and HAWX 2. There’s only one new game and it’s a mini called Fish Tank. It’s probably as interesting as it sounds.
All the usual DLC is available, including the new Uncharted 2 multiplayer skins, the Marvel LBP costumes, and Skate 3′s create expansion. There’s also a bunch of trailers for tons of games shown at Gamescom. This includes Time Crisis: Razing Storm, Killzone 3, inFAMOUS 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, Metal Gear Solid: Rising, and so much more.
Don’t forget to check out the new Uncharted 2 Dynamic Theme. It’s pretty neat.
Konami is bringing the HD port of No More Heroes to PS3 owners in Europe. You might want to import this title if you’re in North America.
Gamescom hasn’t been filled with as many surprises as some may have hoped for, but one of the biggest pieces of news to come out of the event was undoubtedly the announcement of Mass Effect 2 for PS3.
Portal 2 was a surprise PS3 announcement at Sony’s E3 conference, and today from gamescom it has been revealed just when gamers can buy it.
Fresh from Gamescom is the news that Harmonix and MTV Games have revealed some further tracks for the next major title in the Rock Band series. Of the 83 tracks that will be included in the final game, 40 have been revealed so far, 10 of which have just been announced, including songs by artists as diverse as INXS, Bob Marley and Slipknot.