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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?
Nature is gross, but Critter Crunch is cute even when there’s upchucking involved. One look at that fat and furry gerbil/toad crossover and you’ll be sold too. Or not, we hear you. Critter Crunch may not be for everybody, but it tickles our collective fancies.
We’ll skip over this week’s selection of a PSOne ‘Classic’, and get right to the add-on content.
Add $10 (excuse us, $9.98) to your DiRT 2 bill and get everything in the game unlocked. Get musical with LittleBigPlanet, RPG your way of a paper bag with Fallout 3′s new add-ons or pay for the privilege of pretend golfing in the Riviera Golf Course in Tiger Woods PGA Tour.
October 1st, 2009 marked the worldwide debut of the PSPgo; Sony’s latest PSP redesign with downloadable games and ultra portability in mind. That got me thinking, could the PlayStation 3 ever get the go redesign? Has Sony Computer Entertainment even toyed with the idea?
A lone document in an unsecured public FTP site had the answer to all of my questions. The PS3go was indeed under development but it was canceled before hitting the production line. The answer lied in a ten point feature sheet of an unreleased secret press release.
The wait for Gran Turismo 5 has been a long one, and it should finally be over Spring next year.
Fans of the series have put a lot of pressure on the guys at Polyphony Digital to deliver the ultimate racing game as soon as possible.
The wait for this one was brutal, but well worth the wait. Brutal Legend: The Demo is upon us. We all rocked to Tenacious D with Rock Band, but now you can be the man himself. Jack Black rocks out with his rooster out in the open in Tim “Freakin” Schafer’s Brutal Legend.
But that is not all Digger HD: The Downloadable Game is available for all you digging enthusiasts. We just hope that the multiplayer modes are not full of virtual teamsters slowing everything down. Qore, PSone classics, LBP’s Watchmen costumes, and two Fallout 3 packs round up this very awesome update.
After previously being told that only “racing cars” would support the new damage feature in Gran Turismo 5, it now appears that this is not strictly true.
Racing fans have been eager to hear about anything relating to Gran Turismo 5′s release date. Announced by Kazunori Yamauchi of Polyphony Digital, Gran Turismo 5 will be released March 2010 in Japan. Unfortunately, there still is no word on a release date outside Japan at the moment. In addition, a slew of new information regarding the game has been released…
Gran Turismo 5 is just around the corner – relatively – and the latest ‘trailer’ for the game comes in the form of a tribute to the new Ferrari 458 Italia.
Following a stunning début at the Frankfurt Motor Show, thanks in part to the unveiling by Michael Schumacher himself, Polyphony Digital created this beautiful tribute video using the GT5 game engine.
Anyone who lives in the United States might want to head out to their nearest Toys R’ Us, as they’re having a great deal on some of the PS3’s best selling titles.
Just how good is this deal?
Not long ago we gave you a look at some of the games that were expected to be seen at the Tokyo Game Show. Now that the show is a little closer, we have more for you to salivate over.
Just recently, Sony Computer Entertainment of Japan announced the full list of playable PS3 titles that will be gracing the Sony booth at TGS.
Assuming you’re one of the few planning on attending, what can you expect to see?
Welcome to the PS3 Attitude Retro Review, where we take another look at titles that were released at least six months ago and discover whether they still ought to garner your attention. This time, it is the turn of Gran Turismo 5: Prologue.
It appears that more evidence has risen that suggests Gran Turismo 5 will be releasing this year after all, despite no official announcement at Gamescom.
A picture from GTPlanet that is said to be of the game’s official brochure given out by Sony at Gamescom strengthens the possibility that the game could still release before 2010.
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.
One of the highlights from EA’s presentation at Gamescom, the new Need For Speed Shift trailer certainly got our hearts pumping.
Featuring intense in-car sequences and dazzling graphics, many of the people in attendance attested that this is definitely a new and exciting direction for the NFS franchise and an entry that could finally rival the much lauded Gran Turismo brand.
We hope you’re setting down for this.
Taken out of the protective garage once more for a new spin at Gamescom, Polyphony’s Gran Turismo 5 is generating a lot of heat over in Germany.
In order to cater for this new attention there has also been an update to the official GT5 web-site revealing some new details of the perpetually upcoming racer.
The big news is that, and you can take this as official, there is crash damage with car deformation and the ability to even flip your ride on to its roof (not recommended).
Need for Speed Shift is the latest in the long-running franchise from EA. And whilst various versions of the game haven’t always hit the right spot, the new edition certainly seems to be rustling a few feathers.
Whilst much of the marketing for this game thus far has centred around the real-life drivers that helped shape the game, we now get to see some actual screenshots.
And we think GT5 might be feeling a little nervous…
There is definitely a variety of content this week from Call of Duty map pack to Cole in LittleBigPlanet to Batman: Arkham Asylum demo to Savage Moon pack.
Sure, there isn’t a lot of content this week but remember it’s quality, not quantity that matters!
You guys and gals know about Shatter, you were waiting for Napalm & Cordite, ready for the Fury add-on but there’s just so much more.
Call of Duty: World at War gets a demo for those too busy playing Call of Duty 4 to care about it at launch, WILD ARMS 2 is the star of the two PSone Classics released today, Cross Edge keeps throwing free packs at you while Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires tries to keep up.
Exclusive to GameStop (and only in Spain), the PS3 is now available for â‚¬299.98 with two games. The bundles on offer include Gran Turismo 5 Prologue + MotorStorm, Resistance + Uncharted, GTA4 + Midnight Club Los Angeles, Gran Turismo 5 Prologue + GTA or, if you’d rather just one newer title, the console along with Killzone 2 for the same price.
We don’t know how long the offer lasts so, if you’re in Spain, RÃ¡pido! RÃ¡pido! Get them while you can.