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Though still very much steeped in myth and hearsay, when a popular online retailer lists a pre-order scheme for the still unconfirmed PS3 slim, we sit up and take notice.
This is exactly what has happened with the German branch of Amazon now taking orders for what some people are calling Sony’s relaunch of the PS3 console.
The wait is finally over…for North America at least. Today, Capcom has released the patch that brings trophy support to Bionic Commando: Rearmed.
In order to enable trophies though, you’re going to have to manually delete your current save date and create a new one. Tis a small price to pay for the luminous goblets. So just exactly what trophies are there to earn? Let’s take a look…
The Tokyo Game Show is around two months away and is one of the major conventions on the gaming calendar.
Every year a senior industry figure gives the main keynote speech and this time around it is none other than Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Kaz Hirai.
His speech is entitled ‘Sony Computer Entertainment’s New 2009 Strategy’, which is interesting in itself sincethe year will almost be over by the time he speaks!
Reported over at VG247, it appears Sony are about to follow up their megaton E3 show with 180 unadulterated minutes of press conference goodness at this year’s GamesCom.
What could they be planning to talk about for a full three hours? We have our ideas. Like, how long does it take to say: “Here’s the PS3 Slim, it will cost you $299″? 6 seconds?
Well would you look at that. A very nice North American PlayStation Store update plus a baker’s half-dozen (that’s seven) of ‘PlayStation Network Favorites’ for a discounted price. Notice how it does not read favourites; this is for North America only. We can just feel a whole continent seething right about now.
But for the lucky ones in the ‘new country’ it’s nothing but love from Sony and the PlayStation gang: one new game, one new PSone classic, three new demos, a new Pulse and a bunch of other add-ons and wallpapers to boot.
Sure, still no Metal Gear Solid 1 or Bomberman, or anything else with ‘weight’ besides the weekly LBP, Rock Band and Guitar Hero World Tour offerings. At least those are not delayed. Oh no, I think I may have jinxed it…
Disney’s Tarzan for the PSone? F-yeah! Themes for the on-again off-again Battlefield 1943? At least you can pretend to play the game while browsing your XMB while cursing EA and DICE. Bonus Mission for The Last Guy? I got it! this update is a clever ploy to get all of Europe to buy The Last Guy DLC in frustration. Is it working? But seriously, The Last Guy rules.
Bordering on cuteness of an almost criminal level, four Ghostbusters themed costumes will be available for LittleBigPlanet this Thursday.
Priced at $1.99 each or $5.99 for the pack, fans of one of the greatest movies of the 80s (if not of all time) will soon be able to express this ectoplasmic love by decking their Sackboy out as either Slimer, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, a Casper-esque ghost with signature sign or in an actual Ghostbusters jump-suit.
Cast your mind back to 2005.
We’re at E3 and Kudo Tsunoda is showing ‘real-time’ footage of what the PS3 is capable of doing for his Fight Night franchise. Of course, what is shown at E3 didn’t transpire when Fight Night Round 3 arrived on our beloved black monolith, raising questions of whether it was real-time after all.
Does Fight Night Round 4 finally deliver the realism we crave, as demonstrated four years ago?
Rumours of the return of PS2 game support to the PS3 have been doing the rounds ever since the Emotion Engine chip, the actual physical hardware that enables the majority of PS2 games to be played on old PS3s, was removed from the chip-set. We should state that, for some people, this feature is moot. After all, who wants to play PS2 games when an extensive PS3 library of high-def games are available to the discernable consumer? Other people have vast PS2 libraries and would love to be able to retire their atavistic PlayStation console to their own personal Museum of Gaming.
But what of Sony? Where is the advantage of bringing this feature back into the fold? Glad you asked.
First there was the Amazon sale, then GameStop in Spain went loco and sold off PS3 bundles at a fantastic promotional price. Now it’s Australia’s turn to jump in to the PS3 price slashing drama with news surfacing on Gamerzink that local Target stores, in what we must condemn as a shocking disregard for public safety, dropped the price of all remaining PS3s (40GB) to $199 (USD$159 / Â£97 / â‚¬114).
Many thanks to all our new (and existing) followers who dutifully re-tweeted and put their names into the virtual hat for an Uncharted 2 multi-player beta code.
The following people have now all received codes and should be well on their way towards plundering and co-operating with the best of them.
Congratulations to: attattattack, CrashDude55, Eweor, HempEffect, jonathan_bright, MaKUltra, meiklzh, Moose772 and YoBrenoops.
When the lights went down in the Shrine Auditorium we admit one simple thought crossed our minds: how are Sony going to top Microsoft’s killer presentation from the day before.
From the new NATAL technology to Milo to the Modern Warfare 2 timed exclusive content, we admit to thinking Sony were going to stumble and let us down a little.
How wrong we were. Sit back and forgive us the staccato nature of its presentation but here’s all the big announcements Jack Tretton and friends bestowed upon us at Sony’s 2009 E3 conference.
Watch the new Ghostbusters trailer and get that 1980′s feeling in you. Never mind the readings on your PKE meter, that’s nostalgia filling up your body, not Slimer playing tricks on you.
The video features all new weapons, enemies and the icing on the cake: multiplayer. It also features a very menacing and not so cute looking Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, but we’re trying not to think about him anymore.
The chain is broken! After the slim Japanese update and the anorexic Hong Kong update, we are pleased to announce the hefty European update to you. The Europeans. Living in Europe. Or stubborn Europeans living abroad. Or non-Europeans dreaming of warm lagers, ministries of funny walks and dead parrots.
This past weekend there was a little thing called Comic Con in New York. Geeks dressed up as their favorite superheroes came flying in from all over the place. There were also some game developers at hand and MTV Multiplayer got a chance to sit down an talk with Dan Tovar and Mark Brown, producers for Namco Bandai’s upcoming remake of the classic Splatterhouse…
Sony Ericsson was good enough to allow PS3 Attitude special access to the C905 phone over the Christmas period so we could exclusively try out its PS3 integration features.
Read on to discover why, if you’re a PS3 owner, you might want to consider getting your hands on one of these 8 megapixel superphones. Since you’re all nice people, we’ll even reveal some new features that are coming soon to the C905.
So after rolling out of the unmade bed that is Christmas and landing with a thud on the thin end of 2009, we have to do two things. Firstly, we have to take stock. Looking back at 2008, it is clear that us PS3 Attitudees had a great year. With the likes of LBP and MGS4, we can’t surely expect 2009 to be as good.
Which brings me nicely onto the second thing we have to do at this time of year; look forward to what the next 12 months will bring us. Brodiesan has already started outlining many of the components making up the raft of games careening toward us with careless abandon in the coming months, but I thought I would take advantage of my shiny new crystal ball.
What’s set to burn our corneas with awesomeness and what is set to underwhelm us to tears? In part one, we take a look at the ‘Good’.
Despite what you’ve heard, it’s not love that makes the world go round. It’s Advertising.
Red Bull becomes the first brand to pick up on Sony’s new virtual world: Home.