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Some new footage from Gran Turismo 5 has been leaked. The video, which shows a replay of a race between the magnificent McLaren F1 and other cars, really demonstrates Gran Turismo 5′s spectacular graphics.
You may ask, what does five years of development and a $60m budget give you? The answer can be seen in this footage; a game that actually looks realer than real.
A feature on Qore regarding the PS3′s 3D-enabling firmware update has led to reports that Killzone 2 will be getting a 3D update. Sony have since denied these reports.
This week is packed with special offers for the PSP and PS3.
There’s tons of DLC and some are actually free. The highlight is clearly The Taxidermist for Heavy Rain. This episode is a side story featuring Madison. If you’re a fan of the game then you need this content. More Heavy Rain is never a bad thing, right?
The Namco Museum Essentials is now available in all locales. This is the only downloadable game. The Penny Arcade Episodes are bundled together and there is a new Mini.
Warhawk joins in on the Dynamic Theme fun. We haven’t seen it yet but the game is awesome. We can only assume the same applies to the theme…
Mixed news from Polyphony today as it is announced that – once again – Gran Turismo 5 is being delayed.
But is there a good reason this time?
Famitsu has become an iconic gaming institution. Whether you like it or not, when they comment people listen with great interest.
They have recently listed their top thirty most wanted games – and Sony has done very well.
David Cage, CEO and founder of Paris-based developer Quantic Dream, revealed last month that Heavy Rain was initially designed to be played with a motion based controller, and Cage hinted that the game could still end up with motion sensing support.
Well, Belgium mag Chief have confirmed that Heavy Rain will indeed be using the PlayStation Move.
There’s five new games this week. Hamsterball, Wakeboarding HD, Anarchy: Rush Hour, Blue Toad Murder Files Episode 3, and Section 8. If you’re looking for demos, you’re out of luck.
Gravity Crash and Everyday Shooter are on sale until the end of the month as a part of the Spring Fever sale. Now would be a good time to get these games.
A horrible PSone Classic is now on the PSN and it’s called Perfect Weapon. Do not bother with this game. You’ll thank us later.
Mega Man 10 gets the dynamic theme treatment and a new Heavy Rain dynamic theme is available as well. You’ll probably notice by now that people have Heavy Rain avatars. We’ll, they’re out in the US now too.
Yes it’s BAFTA time again. A time to celebrate the year that was, and for the Internet to tear itself asunder disagreeing about the winners and losers of each category.
So, who do Team Attitude think will take home the spoils?
It seems that Sony is fighting hard against the stigma that all motion control games are casual.
The US PlayStation website has listed the games that will feature Move support so far – and it includes a couple of surprises.
One of the new features for the Gran Turismo series in GT5 is night racing.
Sony has now unveiled a new trailer that shows off what night racing has to offer in the game.
This week is actually pretty good. Why? Because the Blue Bomber returns! The incredibly awesome Mega Man 10 is now available on the PSN. Don’t forget to read our review.
There are three demos to keep you busy. One for MLB 10 The Show, Mega Man 10, and Feeding Frenzy 2. Various games are on sale this week, including Age of Booty. Like always, there’s tons of downloadable content as well.
With two new racing games currently in development, PS3 Attitude took the opportunity to catch-up with Anton Yudintsev, Gaijin Entertainment’s CEO and President, to talk about the first of two titles due for an exclusive release on the PSN in the coming weeks.
Anarchy: Rush Hour might not be a game you are currently familiar with, but this is something Anton and his team are hoping will change quite soon.
A brand new trailer has been released today showing of footage of NASCAR in Gran Turismo 5.
NASCAR will be one of the major brands to feature in the game, and in the video Polyphony Digital’s Kazunori Yamauchi takes a visit to a live race.
Sony has filed a patent detailing a new type of demo – one that we find most degrading.
Codemasters have informed us that they will be releasing a premium edition of Race Driver: GRID – including a raft of additional goodies – for the very reasonable sum of £24.99. Interested? Then read on.
Massive Japanese publication Famitsu have listed their favourite games on the Japanese PlaySation Store.
At the top of the pile sits Valkyria Chronicles 2 then second is Phantasy Star Portable 2, both available on the PSP. Coming in at third place is Wizardry: The Labyrinth of Lost Souls, the highest rated PS3 title.
Famitsu also list their favourite PSOne classics with Final Fantasy VII unsurprisingly taking top spot.
Many of the selection are sadly not available in North American and even fewer make it as far as Europe. Are we missing out?
Digital Battle has formulated a list of the top ten most expensive game budgets of all time, proving that this generation of gaming is by far the most expensive ever.
There are five titles representing PS3 on the list through Killzone 2, L.A. Noire, Metal Gear Solid 4, Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Theft Auto IV. With a budget of 100 million dollars, Grand Theft Auto IV is way ahead at the top. Final Fantasy XII is the only representative from the PS2 era listed.
With the release of Heavy Rain this week, I thought I’d revisit some of the most innovative games that have graced the PlayStation 3 in the last few years.
Nowadays, it feels like every other game is a direct copy of Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto, so it’s refreshing when a game pushes the boundaries and pioneers something which is genuinely new.
In a belated happy new year blog Jack Tretton, CEO and President of Sony Computer Entertainment took a moment to celebrate 2009 as the “best year yet for the PS3″ and thanked you for making it so.