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We are now in the year of the rabbit; that means, if you’re into astrology this is going to be an exciting year for you and your PlayStation 3, what with rabbits being known for their artistic talents and good taste. However, those who consider astrology to be a lot of superstitious nonsense may require further persuasion.
We advise unbelievers to look at the games released in January – LittleBigPlanet 2, Dead Space 2 and Mass Effect 2 – because these alone point to a good year. Each one is a blockbuster title and likely to be in contention when the awards are being handed out. What’s more, this selection is diverse and offers something for almost everyone. There are worse ways to start a year, that’s for sure.
Following today’s announcement of Final Fantasy XIII-2, the question we kept hearing was: “What about Final Fantasy Versus XIII?” They had a point. Despite being announced in 2006, Square Enix has been very quiet about this game, and the news of another Final Fantasy XIII variation has made many people concerned over the health of the Versus XIII project.
Following on from today’s surprise announcement of a direct sequel to Final Fantasy XIII being in the works, we can now show you a trailer for Final Fantasy XIII-2. Yes, that’s Final Fantasy XIII-2, not Final Fantasy IV or Final Fantasy Versus XIII. Oh Square… you do like to confuse your customers.
FirstPlay wish us all a Happy New Year with a feature on OPM readers’ Game of the Year 2010, and a look ahead at the biggest games of 2011. There are also reviews of Castle Crashers and Dead Nation, and previews of Bulletstorm and Final Fantasy XIV.
You’ll also find out what the Best Way to Spend £50 on PSN is, a Blu-Ray review of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and screenshot galleries of El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron, Fight Night Champion, L.A. Noire and Mindjack, as well as a couple more free avatars.
If you asked me at the beginning of March what my favourite game of the year was likely to be, without a doubt I would have said Heavy Rain. With its incredible atmosphere, innovative gameplay and compelling story, it kept me engrossed for no less than five full playthroughs. However, on 9th March 2010 along came a game that completely blew me away: Final Fantasy XIII.
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 next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed seventy developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing ten more.
Ignition Entertainment were proud to walk away from the Tokyo Game Show with the approval of the masses. The 200,000 attendees voted Ignition’s El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron as their ‘Future Game of the Show 2010.’ You can’t fail to be impressed by a game that not only has a distinctive visual style, but one that also finds its inspiration in old religious texts to boot.
So much happened at the Tokyo Game Show that it’s easy to lose track of all the news. There were grown men crying, Samba Buses sliding, Dante looking hellish and Hell looking stylish; NIS embraced Hi-Res sprites and SEGA enlisted zombies. So basically we had a lot of shocks, surprises, some predictability and plenty of wow moments.
TGS, more than anything, showed that Japanese game development is still going strong today, despite rumours of the contrary. Japanese developers are still pumping out hugely inventive, aesthetically pleasing titles – the sort of games that make you say, “that must come from Japan.”
For this article, we have accumulate ten thoughts to take away from this year’s TGS. They weren’t all positive but most of them were…
Even though the event is over, that’s not going to stop us from continuing to bring you all the information from TGS. Next up is a plethora is new stuff for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Click the title to see what we’ve got.
It’s best to watch this as soon as possible before it gets pulled from YouTube.
FirstPlay has been with us for a few months now and it’s really starting to get into its stride, with great content appearing every week. But what can you find in this week’s episode?
Square Enix just released the opening cinematic for Final Fantasy XIV on the official website. Who knew a battle against a Malboro could be so epic?
Square Enix unleashed an awesome trailer for Final Fantasy XIV filled with tons of action, great music, and cat girls. Too bad the PS3 version was delayed…
While PC owners only have to wait until late September for the release of Final Fantasy XIV, PlayStation 3 owners have to wait another six month before they can sink their claws into the game. The reason for the delay? It’s all down to memory issues.
Arriving later this year on PSP is The 3rd Birthday, it’s the long awaited third game in the Parasite Eve universe – the first two games arrived on PSOne. If Tetsuya Nomura’s comments are anything to go by, it sound as though Parasite Eve 1 & 2 will be arriving on the PlayStation Store at some point in the near future. This will no doubt be great news for all those dedicated fans.
We’re back with everyone’s favourite money saving article on the whole of the Internet.
As you know by now, every week we find awesome deals that could see you buying top games for low prices.
Square Enix has announced that Fron Mission Evolved will be coming to Europe and PAL territories on October 8th, 10 days after it’s released in North America.
Square Enix has announced that Front Mission 3, the first and only Front Mission to be released in PAL territories, will be coming to the PlayStation Network soon for PS3 and PSP.
For those of you unfamiliar with the series, it is a turn-based strategy RPG featuring giant mechs called Wanzers. Think along the lines of Final Fantasy Tactics. There are two independent storylines, each with their own characters, environments, and situations for up to 150 hours of gameplay.
The first ever gameplay trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution is more cinematic than the title would lead you to believe. It still looks great though.