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It’s officially announced: Super Street Fighter IV is coming!
The game will be a standalone title and not DLC, but don’t throw your SFIV discs away just yet!
Two new videos have just hit the net. One shows Juri and T. Hawk in action, and the other shows a trailer with three of the announced new character in action!
Sony’s upcoming motion controller is all the rage at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Supported games have been announced, demos have been show, and the general concept has been well received.
But is motion control the wave of the future for video games or is it simply a fad that will eventually fade away?
The recent showing of the Motion Controller at TGS, and the subsequent PR pieces that came flooding through to Attitude Towers, make one thing very clear to us.
Sony don’t have an official name for the glowy wand right now.
So go ahead, give the stick a name, and we’ll send all the most popular suggestions direct to Sony…
Now that Gamescom is over, we look forward to the third big event on the gaming calendar, the Tokyo Game Show.
Held at the Makuhari Messe, in Chiba (which is in Tokyo, naturally), TGS takes place this year between the 24th and 27th of September. Want to know just some of the games that will be on display?
We know that Sony’s E3 motion controller announcement wasn’t the most popular for some of you, but you can’t deny its significance for the PlayStation brand.
Love it or loathe it, at Sony’s Gamescom conference yesterday, a developers’ update video for the controller was shown to the world.
We’re at GamesCom in Cologne this year, and the first order of the day is to cover the much-anticipated Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Press Conference.
Whilst the rest of the Internet has been awash with rumour and speculation, as usual we at PS3 Attitude have bit our lips (and kept the ‘Drawer of Secrets’ locked), preferring instead to wait for the official word.
And now that word comes to you via our people on the ground, (almost) live from Germany.
We’re still at Gamescom and the wi-fi is a little fuzzy at the moment so, just in case you missed our Twitter feed, we’ll keep this brief.
Sony have finally announced a price cut for the PS3 while also unveiling the oft-rumoured PS3 Slim.
Taking to the stage at Cologne, Sony big-wig Kazou Hirai talked about how Sony have a bright future and how Gamescom is officially “the third major date on our gaming calendars” (after E3 and TGS).
But enough of the pleasantries, Kaz also wanted to touch upon form and certain things “slim.”
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.
After reporting its first loss in 14 years, Sony are now pulling out all the stops in an effort to make their business more efficient, including looking at new and inventive ways of cutting a dollar here and not spending a euro there.
One fairly obvious way of driving down costs is to work with fewer companies and negotiate lower prices based on the pretext that, as preferred suppliers, Sony will send more business their way.
Welcome to the PS3 Attitude Games Database for 2009.
What follows is a comprehensive and constantly updated list of every confirmed game available for the PlayStation 3 in 2009 (and beyond), lovingly crafted and curated by …
Just a couple of days after the press release that revealed the Collector’s Editions, Capcom brought Resident Evil 5 – for once again – into the limelight, by releasing a 5 minute and 40 seconds long video that was first shown on last year’s TGS….
It’s Part III of our four part (comprehensive) Games of 2009 series. This edition covers 45 titles starting at ‘L’ and all the way through to ‘S’. What titles are you looking forward to this year that sit within this alphabetical selection? What games in the list have you never even heard of (Rainy Woods anyone?). Check the list and find out.
PS3 Attitude takes a look into 2009 and documents all 123 known games scheduled to be released during the year. Though 2008 was a stellar year it is definitely safe to say that 2009 is looking even brighter for Sony’s console.
Another week, another Playstation Store update. LittleBigPlanet takes the lead with the most downloadable content offered (five), followed by EndWar (one, wallpapers don’t count).
Capcom and Sony sitting on a tree, S-E-L-L-I-N-G (games). That’s the tune some of us will be singing this Thursday (or mabe just me), when the new Capcom store front is debuted in the PlayStation Store.
A Metal Gear solid 4 demo, a Tomb Raider Underworld “Beneath The Surface” video and a Bayonetta trailer are worth noting. LittleBigPlanet addicts are rewarded with the promised Halloween and Spaceman costumes. Premium themes are back, watch out!
Another thursday, another PSN update, another good one in my opinion actually. We get 2 demos Alone in the Dark and puzzling enough…Metal Gear Solid 4, seems a bit overdue.
No PSN games this week but …