Released: May 1998
Tracks: 15 tracks
Music: Ash, Feeder, Garbage
Average eBay price: $5.10
So, thinking about it, if you want to thank anyone for starting the whole Gran Turismo ball rolling, thank series creator Kazunori Yamauchis dad. Yamauchi senior did a lot of driving for his work, and luckily enough happened to do all his driving in a fancy Nissan Skyline. Lucky daddy. Often, little three-year-old Kazunori would go with him, spending hours in the car. Probably
A is for Ark
The Ark is a mysterious Forerunner device from which all the Halos can be activated. At the end of Halo 2, Delta Halo is armed and then unexpectedly shut down, causing it to send a superluminal signal to all other Halos in the galaxy, putting them on standby mode. 343 Guilty Spark informs Miranda Keyes and Sergeant Johnson that the Halos must now be activated from "The Ark." So, where's The Ark? Rumor has it, its location is Earth, buried under the ground near New Mombasa. When
Welcome to the fifteenth installment of GamesRadars weekly feature, PokemonRadar.
No special news to report this week – today we'll examine five new Pokemon with two evolutionary stages each.
Next week, you can look forward to five fabulous evolutions of these, including the one and only Lucario!
Now, to the
Give us a bit of background on Kaos Studios…
Halper: Kaos Studios was started in late 2005 by the core members of Trauma Studios. Were most known for our work on Desert Combat, as well as Battlefield 2. We were DICE New York, and then we became Kaos.
What was your actual involvement on BF2, as Trauma Studios?
Halper: Mostly we did the R&D. Desert Combat was pretty successful and DICE wanted us to develop some of the features on BF2 and prototype them. They had a new engine which
Comic book superheroes are tailor-made for videogames. Their extraordinary abilities, like superhuman endurance and gravity-defying leaps, perfectly translate into the kind of otherworldly powers we like to see in our gaming avatars. It used to be a sad cliché that all comic book games were garbage, but as we told you last year, Spidey and pals are starting to get a fair shake when it comes to videogames.
Then there's a game like Crackdown, where you can seemingly play as a huge chunk
1) Fighting a T-Rex
Having dispatched with a couple of troublesome Raptors, Lara finds herself on the run from an oddly polygonal Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Can I do it in Anniversary?
Oh yes. The T-Rex battles will be Anniversarys action core.
2) The Swan Dive
Lara calmly walks to the edge of the cliff, then - with surprising grace for one so unaerodynamically designed - swan dives into the clear blue water below. Its a stunning moment.
Can I do it in Anniversary?
Yes you will. Expect arching,
As we await Resident Evil 5, there's just enough time to take you through the viruses, monsters and mutations that are the true stars of this amazing survival horror saga. Join us as we link and untangle the most knotty of gaming's histories. Bring some scissors.
Resident Evil 0
Released in 2003 (and so after RE 1, 2, 3 and Code Veronica ) this chartered the events leading up to the Spencer Mansion incident, as the S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team are sent to explore the Arklay Mountains where a series
So theres a rabbi, some football players, a paddle and a spaceship. We search for the punchline...In the meantime, check out what some talented folks have been doing with their time.
Developer - Davelgil Games
With retail-released adventure games in short supply these days, were often forced to look to the indie scene for solace and fulfillment, though admittedly theyre still a rare gem to find.
Well, search no more because The Shivah is a top-notch
Last year's Dark Messiah promised - as have many others - to revolutionize combat in the RPG format. What it did was provide great cast-and-slash action. Decapitations felt deserved, magic was enjoyable and sometimes cleverly used, and the game took the concept of environmental weaponry to its absurd conclusion. The first thing you'd do when you entered a room was look for a chandelier tied precariously to the ceiling or barrels on a curiously high shelf. But if you're thinking about taking a
All week, we've been showing you the awesomeness of Windows Vista, how to shop for and build a new juggernaut of a PC and today we end our feature by presenting you with four games that'll really put your new hardware to the test. Can you handle it?
This GTA meets Max Payne meets Silent Hill thingy is still a bit of mystery, but it will take eye-popping advantage of both DirectX 10 and a quad core CPU to make its scares seem