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Never let it be said that war isn’t a complex, demanding beast. Especially war on multiple fronts.
Greed Corp., Amsterdam-based W!Games’ inaugural PSN game replete with multiple layers (literally) of nuance and precarious balance, could be used as testimonial evidence of this opening statement.
There’s one demo this week and it contains the entire first dungeon from Darksiders. It’s supposed to be a 90 minute epic, so be sure to check that out.
If you like turn-based strategy games, you might want to try Greed Corp. It’s the only new game available aside from Age of Zombies.The rest of the update is pretty much DLC and old discounts.
There’s new DLC for Valkyria Chronicles, Uncharted 2, Borderlands, LittleBigPlanet, and more! It’s a downloadable content overload!
Don’t forget that Blue Toad Murder Files episode 3 is free as long as you have the first episode. Take advantage of this deal while it lasts!
Capcom have spoilt us with a raft of new information about its upcoming game – Lost Planet 2. Amongst this nestles the fantastic news that a split screen co-op mode has been included.
MAG will be receiving its second title update come tomorrow, February 25th. Whether you’re S.V.E.R., Raven, or Valor, no one can escape the patch.
A brief overview of patch v1.03 reveals weapon updates to make them more effective and realistic in range firing. In addition exploits will be shut down and setting/diffusing charges will receive a makeover. To see the full list of what’s included, hit the jump.
Welcome to MAG Monday week 3. It’s a good time to be involved with MAG’s online community, as after only five days on sale the game managed to come in thirteenth in the all formats chart.
Do good sales equal a good experience? As always, Team Attitude is here with our thoughts.
Lot of deals this week. Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is on sale and tons of Ubisoft products have been reduced in price as well.
There are three PSone Classics and they are: Magic Carpet, Mass Destruction, and Sorcerer’s Maze. Yeah… moving on.
We also got two demos this week. One for Yakuza 3 and one for SEGA All-Stars Racing.
There’s tons of DLC again. Lost in Nightmares for Resident Evil 5 and Sequence 13 for Assassin’s Creed II are the highlights.
The update for this week is amazing. Tons of games are on sale, including Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix!
That’s not all though. There are two new games to download, Revenge of the Wounded Dragons and Peggle.
We also got THREE demos this week. Digger HD, Sonic & SEGA All-star Racing, and … Yakuza 3!
And finally, there’s tons of DLC. The highlights are Sequence 13 for Assassin’s Creed II and Lost in Nightmares for Resident Evil 5.
Welcome to the inaugural edition of ‘MAG Monday’. Team Attitude are big fans of Zipper Interactive’s latest game – MAG. However, there are a suspicious amount of very similar reviews out there which always seem to end up with a 70% mark at the end. Can an ever evolving online game be reviewed after just a few hours? We think not.
DolphGB, Brodiesan and Folken24 will each be making weekly reports from the battlefield – comparing likes, dislikes and anything humorous that may have occurred. This will hopefully give you a flavour of what the game is all about.
Welcome back to another Homerun! This is the place for news and views on the latest content to arrive in PlayStation Home.
We’ll start with North America this week.
Last week, as many of you following the #MAG256 tag on Twitter will know (and if you’re not following @PS3Attitude, now would be a good time to do so), we and 127 other gamers were invited to try out MAG.
A mixture of journalists and community members battled it out through the day, leading up to a 256-player match against Zipper, the developers behind the new FPS on the block.
Whilst we received our review copy of the game the very next day, the servers to allow play weren’t switched on at the time, so we have decided to do something a little different with our MAG review.
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?
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.
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’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.