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Probably best known outside of Japan for their Disgaea games, Nippon Ichi Software (or NIS) are hard at work making the natural shift over to the HD era and embracing the PS3.
With the Disgaea, Darkstalkers and Ar Tonelico character mashup Cross Edge finally about to hit in NA and EU, Nippon Ichi have revealed they are also hard at work on two new titles, Trinity Universe and Last Rebellion.
Friend of the site (seriously, he likes us!) Jeff Rubenstein sat down with Zipper Interactive’s Lead Designer Andy Beaudoin and VP Michael Gutmann (actually, he stands next to Michael) and practically assaulted them with questions, both his own and some from the readers of the PS blog, about upcoming 256 MMO frag-fest MAG (or M.A.G. – depending on your orientation).
We all had a different reaction to the recent news of Batman’s delay, but we can all still agree that we want to play Batman: Arkham Asylum as soon as it hits the streets.
In a good news/bad news scenario, Eidos and Warner Bros. released a new video showcasing Batman’s ‘freeflow combat’ to ease the pain and/or whet the appetite even further. We have to be frank for a minute, the bad news totally overshadow the good news.
We take a look at The Creative Assembly’s Stormrise. An RTS with a unique control system, the Whip-Selectâ„¢, have the Australian developer unlocked the secrets of creating an RTS on a console that is intuitive, managable and responsive.
Or have they created one of the most frustrating, disappointing and ultimately poorest games in a long time?
Sorry mates, this update takes the cake. We share the same demos, most of the add-on features and videos; but North America edges out Europe thanks to Sonic, Disgaea, Naruto, and a couple of Alpha Protocol dev videos. Oh yeah, let’s not forget a crazy little thing called Pulse. But today, the demos take the center stage.
Now this is more like it. A more hefty PS Store update complete with demos, PSone and PSN games, on top of a ton of downloadable content. Europe is such a big place; some games take a little bit of time to make it all over the place. Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness, Episode Two (big title, let me catch my breath) makes it to Europe today.
Help us lay the hammer down in Mars with the public release of the Red Faction demo, throw fisticuffs with UFC 2009 Undisputed, get them HAWX up in the air, or refuse (or not) to give your money to The Godfather.
It’s that time of the week once again where we delve into the tuneful tweets floating about the interwebs.
Brodiesan is a fan of BZB, the new chat feature censorship gets… weird and we praise the lord of sensible currency conversion. Confused? So were we for a while…
We take a look at the Red Faction: Guerrilla demo open to European users. Is it a beacon of sandbox inspired hope or have Volition lost contact with their probe and must now simply watch on in dread as it slams lifelessly into the powdery soil of Mars – never to be heard from again ?
If you want early access to THQ’s Red Faction: Guerrilla demo you no longer need to pay a stipend to the Qore or even do questionable acts in back alleys and truck stop bathrooms. If you live in Europe that is.
THQ is giving myTHQ Europe members early access to the Red Faction: Guerrilla demo via their website. If you are not a myTHQ member you can sign up for free and get exclusive access to “cool things like this Red Faction: Guerrilla demo.” Will there be other cool things besides the demo?
There’s a new Red Faction: Guerilla trailer out. With a great section showcasing the destructible scenery, there’s a lot about RF:D to look forward to come release date, but the trailer has left us with some concerns…
You’ll have to forgive us. After spending over fifty hours creating our comprehensive Games Database (212 games documented!), we were somewhat burned out and a little hesitant to return to the scene of the crime anytime soon.
That said, we’ve definitely neglected our new baby and, since the database’s debut, buckets of new games for the PS3 were announced (or, you know, we’re pretty sure they’re coming).
Rather than just surreptitiously update the Database in the background, we thought you might be interested in the new games that are now tagged and sitting pretty on our virtual shelf.
Mention ‘survival horror’ and what is the first thing that comes to mind?
For most video game enthusiasts, that would be ‘Resident Evil’. The fifth installment, although technically the seventh in the main series, has garnered a lot of heat from issues of racism to the exclusion of ‘run-and-gun’ controls.
With the highly successful Resident Evil 4 bringing the series to a new level, can 5 live up to its predecessor whilst remaining fresh and new?
A new Red Faction gameplay trailer surfaces showing the next installment in the Martian franchise.
This time around we get to see wanton destruction on Mars as things blow up willy-nilly, characters fly about on jetpacks and people get hit in the face with wrenches. Hard.
PS3 Attitude goes back to Middle Earth with a review of EA’s The Lord of the Rings: Conquest. How have things held up since Sauron tore it a new one? Not too good it seems. One Review to Rule Them All … etc. etc.
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 …
You never would have guessed it but Cuboid is quite addicting. There is great satisfaction when you move that block into position and hear the winning chime. Some of the more difficult puzzles, the later ones on Expert, can take upwards of twenty minutes each. Yikes! That’s what I call dedication. Of course, it’s going to be different for everyone but it definitely takes some thought and pre-planing if you want to get the best score.
The last in our four part series (and flagrantly late – sorry about that) we take a look at the Games of 2009 from the end of the alphabet. Team Ico’s project, Uncharted 2, The Witcher – there’s some good ones in here people.
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.
Times are hard. Developers can’t figure out the PS3. Whatever the excuse – No PS3 Humans will be destroyed by the Path of the Furon.