Psst. Wanna hear a secret? You havent seen everything on the PlayStation 2. We know, we know. You used to rock Vice City and own Silent Hill. But tell us, sir. Did you find everything? Are you one of those masochistic collectors who loves to explore every nook and cranny in a game before setting it aside? If so, my hats off to you, young lad. If not, go away kid, you bother us. Everyone else, sit down and check out some of these hidden goodies from the PlayStation 2s golden years. Oh, the
The PC is about to undergo a radical change for the better. Every few years, our beloved platform casually becomes next generation, and it's about to happen again.
As PC gamers, it's great watching the console boys try to show off. High-definition? Big deal. We were playing Quake III at 1280x1024 resolution almost a decade ago. Online gaming? Were so net-savvy we dont even know what real people look like any more. Movie downloads? Youre preaching to the Bitorrenting
Swirling together a post-apocalyptic worldwide conflict between the surviving "haves" and "have-nots" of Earth with some cranky alien squatters makes for a confusing mix of combatants. As every Real-time Strategy fan worth his weight in dirt-farming knows, the key to victory is a keen knowledge of his units and their abilities. Fortunately we're here to help by bringing you the skinny on the three warring factions of Maelstrom, the forthcoming terrain-altering RTS from KDV Games and
Welcome to the thirteenth installment of GamesRadar's weekly feature, PokémonRadar.
Last weekend, the official Pokemon site unveiled the code to get an egg for the legendary Prince of the Sea, Manaphy. You'll need a copy of Pokemon Ranger first - here's how to get it:
1. Complete the Pokemon Ranger story.
2. After the credits roll, select the new Ranger Net option from the main menu.
3. Complete the three Ranger Net missions.
4. Return to the Ranger Net mission, and hold the
These days, if you want to compete online, you have to compete with Counter-Strike. Close to half a million players regularly play on more than 200,000 servers, running through the well-worn corridors of Dust, Militia and Aztec. And it all started with two friends working from their college
The main new draw for the PS3 online store is the inclusion of PSone games for PSP. Yes, you can now use your PS3 to (stick with us here) download PSone games to your PSP - or rather an early cluster of first-party Sony "classics," with plenty of other titles to follow. See the tracklist over there for current details. The good news is that the system works well, games cost $5.99 each (we're holding out hope for a £2.99 UK price) and downloading only takes about half an hour (for the
You know Guitar Hero II is a fantastic game. Maybe you've read our review, maybe you've heard from a friend or the clerks at the game store - they can't be clueless and snide all the time, can they? - or maybe you're already rocking out to its melodious mayhem. Whatever, the case, you immediately came to one conclusion...
You need a second guitar controller.
Because just like Jack Black when he realized you can rock twice as hard if you sing while inhaling as well as exhaling, it has dawned
Welcome to the twelfth installment of GamesRadars weekly feature, PokemonRadar.
Today is a Pokemon landmark on GamesRadar. Now that we've got hold of the first Wii Pokemon game, Pokemon Battle Revolution, all PokemonRadar reports will include looks at the new Pokemon in both 2D and 3D.
And, remember, be sure to check Pokemon.com on January 20th for the code to unlock the secret Manaphy mission in Pokemon Ranger. If you happen to miss it, don't worry - we'll run it in next week's installment
Late last year we brought you the Platinum Chalice awards. It was a celebration about everything that made gaming too damn cool in 2006. But the sad consequence of having two system launches and more than five actively supported consoles and handhelds on top of that was... a glut. A glut of awesome games, to be sure, but also a glut of utter shit.
So we sat down and thought about the year behind us, specifically everything that pissed us off. Things that we wish companies would give up on. The