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We’ve gathered the troops and rated each and every one of the 222 games currently planned for the PS3 this year. After some voodoo mathematics and some bizarre stares at the results, the cream has truly risen to the top. Check out PS3 Attitude’s Most Wanted Games of 2009.
Thereâ€™s no doubt that Sony has made mistakes this generation such as underestimating both Microsoft and Nintendo. Another mistake is relying too much on the brand image and not pumping out enough marketing.
However if you have a look at the bigger picture I think Sony are the smart ones in this console race, and I’m going to tell you why…
Yesterday, Sony gave their keynote speech at CES 2009.
Missed it? Don’t worry, because PS3 Attitude are here with the entire conference via the power of moving pictures.
Just don’t expect to be able to put on those old 3D glasses you saved from a copy of Bullet so you can experience Gran Turismo 5 in three dimensions – it won’t work.
Part II of our look at the games of 2009. Over 50 new ones here for you to enjoy.
PS3 Attitude takes a look into 2009 and documents all 123 known games scheduled to be released during the year. Though 2008 was a stellar year it is definitely safe to say that 2009 is looking even brighter for Sony’s console.
Hello and welcome to a bumper edition of the PS3A Weekly Roundup, as the feature moves to Friday evenings. Here is what’s been happening on the site and in the world of videogames over the last week (well, actually the last 11 days).
Japan Studio led Sony’s new IP charge at Gamescom by putting forward not one but two exciting new titles.
One of these new games was Rain, a PSN title in which you play an invisible boy who can only be seen when wet. It’s an intriguing idea and it looks lovely. The other game was Puppeteer, a gorgeous platformer set inside a magical puppet theatre. Both titles are unlike anything we’ve seen before from Japan Studio.
They are a sign that Allan Becker’s touch is “still very much alive”, according to David Jaffe, creator of God of War and Twisted Metal. Jaffe’s comment comes as part of a TwitLonger post which begins, “Very proud this week of Allan Becker, my former Sony boss and the man who started Sony Santa Monica.”
As much as I’d like one, unfortunately there’s no way I can justify, let alone afford, getting a PS Vita right now. Instead of looking upon owners of Sony’s latest handheld console with envy (well, to be fair I’ve been doing that too – obviously), I decided I would simply dust off my old PSP.
NeoGAF forumites are an observant bunch, at least one of them is. Yesterday contributor OnQ123 posted a link to a Sony patent designed to pause a game for an advert. You can read all about it here.
Fans of the MOBA genre will no doubt be excited to see Awesomenauts make its debut on the store this week. Others will be surprised to learn that MOBA stands for Multiplayer Online Battle Arena. Awesomenaut’s distinctive 80’s cartoon sensibilities make it one of the focal points this week.
Fighting fans can get their fix with the long-awaited debut of Skullgirls while trekkies can test their mettle with the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Star Trek Bundle.
Other highlights include Prototype 2 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
Since debuting as a PS2 exclusive, SSX has continued to be an important PlayStation franchise. As part of the system’s launch line-up, it ushered in a new era of smooth gameplay, intuitive controls, sharp graphics and edgy soundtracks. It felt next generation and the critics loved it.
Later SSX games went multi-format, but that didn’t diminish its importance for PlayStation owners, and the fact it’s finally about to arrive on the PS3, five years into this generation, is huge.
THQ is conducting an interesting experiment with MX vs. ATV Alive. The company has released the bare bones, the core game essentially, to us at an affordable price with the expectation that we’ll complete our package with DLC.
The benefits: we get it earlier, pay less and can choose the content we actually want. Digital Studio Phoenix, the developer, also benefits because they can use our feedback to tailor their DLC program. So, if we ask for more tracks, they can focus on doing just that instead of designing hundreds of butt-patches no one wants.
Describing Test Drive Unlimited 2 to someone who hasn’t played it is a challenge. Eden Games has created something that is decidedly different from any other racing game; in fact, only a small part of its package is racing. It is set in an open world platform across the islands of Ibiza and Hawaii, where there are 3200km of unexplored roads and a further 900km of dirt tracks just waiting to be cruised on in the finest performance cars around.
Need for Speed: Shift 2 was announced by EA recently, and it was done in quite possibly the most boring fashion imaginable.
So what details can we tell you about this new sequel?
Like many of you, I read and kept up with the torrent of announcements at this year’s E3.
However, while Killzone 3 and Gran Turismo were exciting, I’m interested in something altogether, simpler…
This is a pretty good week. Aside from Toy Story 2 being added as a PSone Classic, a really awesome game is now available in Europe. Please welcome… *drum roll* Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus! Yay!
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This week isn’t so bad. Although N2O being a PSone Classic is a joke. Especially since Europe received Final Fantasy IX last week. Such cruelty.
A bunch of PSP games are now ridiculously cheap. We don’t talk much about the portable system, but you’ll definitely want to pick up many of these games if you haven’t done so already. The original Soldner-X also received a permanent price drop and there’s even a bundle pack that includes Soldner-X 2 (review coming soon!).
There’s two new games this week: Tecmo Bowl Throwback and Planet Mini-golf. A demo is available for only Planet Mini-golf for some reason.
Aside from that, everything else is DLC. Nothing unusual here. More songs for Guitar Hero, Rock Band, and even more Record of Agarest War milking. Map Pack 2 for Lost Planet 2 is out now and Dead to Rights: Retribution has DLC that features new multiplayer modes.
New avatars for Soldner-X 2 and Super Street Fighter IV (Juri, Akuma, Sagat) can be purchased for a low price. There is a disturbing lack of Chun-Li. Next week maybe? We’ll see. If not, there will be a riot.
This week isn’t so bad. There is a demo for 2010 FIFA World Cup and Aqua Panic HD is the lone downloadable game for this Thursday.
DLC is really where this week shines. There’s Blue Toad Murder Files Episodes 4-6, The Incredibles LittleBigPlanet content, and for Mega Man 10 you can now purchase Bass and Special Stage 1. Woot!
First Play makes its highly anticipated debut today. You can either buy the first episode or you can subscribe to First Play for three months. Let us know what you think of the service.
If you have a PSP then you’ll be happy with all the deals, so take advantage of those while they last.
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…