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If you have read any review of Polar Panic by now, you’ve probably seen something about how it’s relate to the classic SEGA game Pengo. While the game does feature the same ice block pushing mechanic, it is also so much more than that.
You play as Polar, a polar bear living in the Arctic whose home is being threatened by the evil Mr. Big and his Globoco corporation. They plan to use their massive machines to drill for oil and other natural resources, forcing Polar and his family to either leave or die.
It’s up to Polar to stop Mr. Big and the hunters from destroying the Arctic by using any means necessary. Ice blocks, dynamite crates, and rolling barrels are just a few of the tools you’ll need to crush the evil Globoco.
So what of the ten games that challenged for a top 10 spot but just didn’t have the legs to make it over the line? Well, here they are in what we’re fittingly calling: 10 More Games of 2010 Wanted by PS3 Attitude Just Not As Much As The Other 10.
Never before has a game been both simultaneously hindered and yet inherently blessed by its source material than James Cameron’s Avatar – The Game.
On one hand Avatar suffers from the recurring hex almost all movie tie-ins bear; an immovable launch deadline thanks to the movie it is so intrinsically bound to, matched only by the difficulty of imparting interactivity and freedom into what is – at its core – something both passive and finite.
Of course, the other hand in this equation belongs to one of the master craftsmen of his generation. A visual maven who has birthed some of the most memorable and well-loved science-fiction characters ever. Hence there is a complex duality to Avatar that raises an interesting quandary; how much of what works in the game can be attested to the source material, and how much that doesn’t work is because of that very same property?
Assassin’s Creed was an interesting game for so many reasons.
Whether it was the incessant hype machine that rolled into every town, the column inches gained by the (mostly) bulletproof Jade Raymond, the promise of new and interesting game mechanics or the simple fact that it was the second fastest selling brand-new IP in video game history, everything that surrounded the game was intriguing.
Ultimately, however, the game itself didn’t deliver fully on all these promises and was labelled ‘repetitive and monotonous’ by many. So how has the sequel, backed up by a much lower-key but more focused marketing offensive, measured up?
Announced on their community forum, Volition are enticing all you Mars lovers back to the red planet with the promise of filthy lucre.
Or a shed-load of XP points. It’s one or the other.
SquareEnix have sent out a newsletter detailing just what early-bird fans of parachuting and explosions can expect when pre-ordering the limited edition of Just Cause 2.
Entitled “The Black Market Chaos Pack”, the DLC comprises of a bunch of weapons and a handy intel map. Behold!
It is common knowledge that games based on Hollywood movies tend to be a real disappointment.
Before we began to play Planet 51: The Game, we knew we had to keep our expectations down to a bare minimum to avoid being let down.
Gravity Crash takes a classic ‘old school’ space shooter premise and fuses it with a stunning shiny next generation take on wireframe visuals.
The result is a wicked little game that includes a cool level creation facility…
Prepare for blast off.
We have two brand new games added to the weird name mix today; .detuned and topatoi. The long as hell to type Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket Powered Battle Cars makes a return as well, in the form of a limited time price drop. But .detuned has our full attention this week, we can’t wait to see what we come up with our music collection.
BUZZ is also staging a comeback with BUZZ! Junior: Monster Rally and a new space question pack that Buzz Aldrin would be proud of. Mushroom Wars, Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation (PSone), and a demo for NBA 2K10 flesh out today’s update/ Excuse us while we get our umlauts on with Brutal Legend’s Rock Band pack. Kyle! Where are you?
Relentless Software are known mostly for the success of their Buzz! franchise, so when they announced a new IP at Develop 09 in Brighton we were intrigued to find out more.
Blue Toad Murder Files is an episodic whodunnit-em-up from the one of the UK’s Top Ten most successful developers that will be their first self-published PSN title.
Paul Woodbridge, Design Director at Relentless, took some time out of his busy schedule to answer our questions.
We won’t shy away from the fact that we have been waiting to get our Europoean old-school on with Digger HD. We won’t shy away from the fact that labeling A Bug’s Life as a PSOne Classic is just plain wrong. Who camped out for a midnight release of A Bug’s Life? No really, stand up so we can beat you with a pointy stick.
Ahem, where were we? Oh yes. Digger HD is live in the EU! If you were alive enough back then (and still have your memories), why not relive the good old days with this updated and upgraded PSN remake?
We’re already big fans of DJ Hero here at Attitude Towers, partly thanks to our early hands-on with the game, but we were always a little worried about the track list.
Would it be varied enough to attract different ages and music fans, or would it be just for the hardcore turntablists out there.
Well, wonder no more as Activision have revealed all 93 tracks, and they seem to have covered everything.
We can’t believe it’s time to say TGIT. Hmm, that almost reads something cheeky. We won’t say what though, our mums could be reading this (love ya, send cookies and PSN vouchers).
Trine is the reason for the season, and that reason is pleasing. Pleasing all of us that have waited a long ( looooong) time for Trine. Well here it is ladies and gents; better get buying after all that moaning.
One new game! Three, no four new demos! Three new PSone classics! A crapload of ‘not so premium anymore huh?’ themes with no dynamic ones whatsoever! Turtle power! The Juggernaut b*tch!
Although lacking in the dynamic themes department (especially the free ones), North Americans can’t really complain about this update like Europeans are repeatedly forced to every other week.
We are not quite sure what to make of this update. We got Qore, NBA 2K10 Draft Combine (game and demo), Battle Tanks, Cool Boarders 3 for the PSone, Guitar Hero tracks (no EU love?) and whatever Europe got (see: not much more).
SCEA managed to get a handful of themes available, three of them of the dynamic persuasion. Better than Europe’s update, sure. But is it a good update? We can’t reach an agreement, so you tell us.
Speaking of themes, we hope those premium prices get dynamic too. $3.99? Come on! No wonder the zebras are taking over. While there’s no BZB! theme for NA (doesn’t that burn you?), NA gets away with PixelJunk, High Velocity Bowling and PAIN dynamic themes. How fitting that PAIN gets a premium theme, those prices hurt.
We heard through the grapevine that someone got four demos today. Sure, North America got only two out of four, but the NA territory also got the PSN game Smash Cars. Depending on the current exchange rate, that could be far better or just the same as four demos. Well…You figure it out.
It takes a lot to ensure your FPS title stands out from the crowd these days, especially with the vast array of options available.
Aliens versus Predator does this in spades by allowing you to play in single-player and multi-player as any one of the three main factions in the game; Alien, Predator or Marine.
SEGA gave PS3 Attitude a preview of Alpha Protocol, their forthcoming ‘espionage RPG’, this morning at Gamescom in Cologne.
The first thing that impresses in this espionage RPG is the level of customisation, combined with a slick graphical style that screams of your favourite spy movies.
But what surprised us is the depth of the game and the amount of time you’ll need to find everything it offers.
If you thought the European Store update had a lot of Add-on content, you should see this North American update. The highlight of the Add-ons has to be the new PAIN Museum Environment that will cost you $5.99.
LittleBigPlanet has also received the Historical kit and costumes pack in case you’re bored of the months of content for this game that has released already.