Has UEFA Euro 2008 managed to accurately recreate the faces of football's biggest names? Or will we find ourselves chanting "who are ya?" from the terraces? Take a look at these side-by-side comparisons and decide for yourself.
How is it that Earth is always in shambles in the near-future? If mankind hasn’t torn itself apart, then pesky alien invaders are ready to rip us a new asshole like they are in Universe at War: Earth Assault. As a 360 port of last year’s hot PC version, UaW aims to streamline controls for the console while maintaining the same experience. Anyone who’s played Command & Conquer 3 on the 360 knows just how difficult it is to
We've dreamed of playing videogames using thought control since we were kids, but we didn't expect it to come along so soon. Nevertheless, it has, we've tried it, and it works. Excited yet?
Nov 20, 2007
Sadly, in most real-time strategy games, the differences between the various factions are largely skin deep. Oh, one might be better at mining resources and the other might have a defensive boost; but by and large, each side fights quite similarly.
Not so in Universe at War: Earth Assault. Here, you've got three sides that are completely different from one another. One is all about building giant spider tanks instead of a traditional base, another can create hordes of small-scale
Oct 26, 2007
When you chat to everyone at Epic involved with Unreal Tournament III, one thing is apparent - their passion and belief in the game they're making. It's clear that the development team is working like a bunch of miners to get the game done as soon as possible - and while this looks like being November, Epic's ebullient vice president Mark Rein reiterated once again that it'll only be released "when it's done."
Unreal Tournament III is set on the planet Taryd, a distant planet
Oct. 15, 2007
Not only is the DS set to receive its very first Mortal Kombat, it's got so many features - it makes us want to travel back in time to some Mortal Monday past and decapitate the brazen publisher who dared to call their piddly version "Ultimate." Psshaw!
For those not in the know, this was the last great Kombat game before the one-on-one, oatmeal-blooded brawler went from pixels to polygons. Sure, that means the DS version is more or less a decade old port, but it gleefully
Oct 5, 2007
This is multiplayer as it's meant to be played: your enemies are mute, you're all on the same side fighting for a common goal, and conventional games are taken into new and exciting territory. The world is always better served when we work together, and never more so than when we're fragging bad
Oct 3, 2007
Editors Note: In case you havent heard, this babys been delayed ‘til 2008.
When our straining ears picked up the first whispered rumours emanating from Epic that Unreal Tournament 3 was coming to PS3, we couldnt sleep at the prospect of getting our mitts on the game. And thats exactly what we did on a recent visit to Epics North Carolina offices, where lead designer Steve Polge and producer Jeff Morris unveiled the nearly completed version of what could be one of the most
Oct 2, 2007
While some games take forever to reveal their secrets, Uncharted is happy to give us a guided tour of its own mysterious island, complete with thick jungle, hostile inhabitants, strange monuments and skeletons of previous visitors. All that's missing is a polar bear, though we wouldn't rule out seeing one of those at some point either. That's not to say the game is short on mystery - it's storyline packs loads of intrigue, while simultaneously serving up a muscular, fast-paced
Spider-Man 2 brought the Grand Theft Auto-style cityscape and open-ended missions to Spidey's gaming career, but it was 2005's Ultimate Spider-Man that finally married the open-ended city with a comic book-style presentation.
The game emits a constant sense of fun, from the bright colors to the thick black lines etched over everything on the horizon. Most of Manhattan Island has been recreated, including the Empire State Building and neighboring Queens. Spidey's sticky powers let you explore