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False starts: the nitrous, coast-to-coast racer, Need for Speed: The Run has had a few. The first one happened at its unveiling at E3, when the debut trailer worryingly focused on the game’s, erm, innovative QTE-led cutscenes. The trailer, unsurprisingly, was met with a mixture of confusion and bafflement.
When it comes to the video game industry, the Call of Duty franchise reigns supreme, specifically the Modern Warfare series. How many other games can say they’ve sold millions of copies in a single day or had the biggest launch in entertainment history? Yeah, not many.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 continues to hunt for Russian Ultranationalist Vladimir Makarov in its main single-player campaign and further enhances its already top-notch multiplayer experience. Has the gameplay changed enough over the last iteration, or does the old “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” saying still ring true?
As you’re well aware, our fearless leader will be running one of the toughest 10k obstacle courses in the country. Not only that, but he’ll be doing it all for charity. So far we’ve managed to raise a little more than £200 for GamesAid, PS3 Attitude’s charity of choice. We know we can do better than that, though. So, how about a little incentive to encourage donations?
We’ve scoured through the PS3 Attitude offices and contacted our loyal developer friends and have gathered up some awesome prizes that include video games, t-shirts, download codes, and a whole lot more.
Here’s what we have gathered so far and what you have to do for your chance to win…
Just in time for All Hallow’s Eve Sucker Punch hath released the long awaited vampire themed DLC pack, inFamous: Festival of Blood. Prospective vampires rejoice!
In other news PixelJunk Sidescroller makes its way into the fold and a few retail titles get the digital treatment. Check it out.
This week the PlayStation Store atones for the pathetic excuse for an update we all received last week with an explosion of new content and discounts.
All PSN users are privy to a large selection of discounts however Plus members are given special access to their own eclectic gathering of altogether free and discounted content. Take a look.
Rage has given us one of our most enjoyable singleplayer experiences of the year, and we said as much in our in-depth review last week. This week, however, we’re focusing on multiplayer and trying to decide if Rage is as much fun with company as it is alone.
RAGE has arrived PS3 fans and we’ve got the trailer to prove it.
What is the Darkness exactly? Where did it come from and what does it want?
This paranoid tweaker is about to drop some serious knowledge.
Rage, the first major project id Software has undertaken since 2004′s Doom 3, is out very soon, and PS3 Attitude has been getting hands-on with it.
Journey is a game that has been on everybody’s radar since it was announced way back at E3 2010 by thatgamecompany. Since then we’ve seen plenty of screenshots and gameplay videos and have even had the opportunity to play the game in its closed beta most recently. Even so, there is still a lot of mystery surrounding the title, one of which being its release date.
Wonder no longer because Journey will be coming in spring 2012, announced thatgamecompany on the PlayStation.Blog.
On the first day of Eurogamer Expo 2011, thousands of gamers packed into Earls Court to sample the biggest upcoming games and listen to some of the biggest developers in the world. We were only able to see a glimpse of what the expo has to offer but we did get some time with PS Vita, Battlefield 3 and Uncharted 3.
Here are some thoughts from today’s conferences.
What was once PixelJunk Lifelike is now PixelJunk 4am. The upcoming downloadable title from Q-Games, makers of, well the PixelJunk series has flipped the script on us at the Tokyo Games Show.
Q-Games president Dylan Cuthbert (@dylancuthbert) would like to explain.
Ratchet and Clank are some of the biggest stars of PlayStation, so its no surprise that their PSN debut come in at #4 on our top 20.
An egotistical lead character, lots of zany randomness, uber-colourful environments and whack-a-mole gameplay — the DeathSpank series definitely sits in the “love/hate” category, and The Baconing is certainly not going to be to everyone’s taste. The simple rule is, avoid this if you didn’t fancy the last two games or if you cringe at the thought of random humour. Otherwise read on.
Video game royalty makes its presence felt at #6 with the incredibly refreshing, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.
Fat Princess rolls in at #12 in our ’20 Days of PSN’. What is it about this particular title that launched it, probably via a catapult, ahead of other great PSN games such as Warhawk and Dead Nation?
Read on and find out why it is finally possible to have your cake and eat it. And eat more. Go on – have another slice…
Frankly, we don’t really have to tell you much about Shatter in that you already know it’s a fantastic game. We gave the title a glowing review and its soundtrack even made the cut for the top 7 PS3 soundtracks. That’s how good Shatter is. It should come as no surprise then that it makes #17 on our Top 20 PSN titles.
Read on to find out why Shatter is #17 in our Top 20 PSN titles…
Just as it did yesterday in North America, The Baconing has arrived on the European store. DeathSpank’s latest expedition isn’t the only game to hit the store this week with 4 Elements HD, Elevator Action Deluxe and TV Superstars following in tow.
Take a look, enjoy the download.
September 1st is only a few days away. The bad news is that that means the Summer of Raptr promotion is coming to an end. The good news is that the winners will be selected to receive their prizes. Even better news is that you still have a few more days to get your entries in and follow select topics, including yours truly.
Better hurry before it’s too late!