Rockstar have today released yet more new screenshots of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and this time they give us a good look at Los Santos, which is inspired by Los Angeles and one of three cities in the game.Los Santos is actually the home town of the game's main character CJ, who grew up in a poor neighbourhood called The Grove where, after he returns from Liberty City, he meets up with his old gang the Orange Grove Families. This is where the game begins, with CJ battling to regain
Screenshots of the follow up to Team Soho's The Getaway have been thin on the ground but we have eight new shots of The Getaway Black Monday in action. The sequel is set two years after the original and once again runs amok against the backdrop of an incredibly detailed representation of London.The story revolves around Sergeant Mitchell from the Met's firearms squad and his first day back on the job, and local boxer Eddie O'Connor's messed up bank job and subsequent beating. As with The
These nine new shots of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas depict various facets of the new prominence that food has taken on in Rockstar's follow-up to the awesome GTA: Vice City.Main character Carl Johnson has to eat to stay in shape as a lean, mean fighting machine. If he neglects to hit a healthy daily calorific intake the poor boy will become a skinny wreck. This situation isn't just represented graphically (for instance his clothes becoming loose fitting), it also has gameplay consequences,
EA's GoldenEye: Rogue Agent continues to impress and build on its early promise and we have the latest screens of the game in action. We're particularly impressed with just how clean it looks in the in-game screens and the mix 'n' match of weapons in each hand also has our trigger-finger itching to squeeze.As a game set in the Bond universe, it's somewhat surprising that it isn't a gadget-fest of typically Bond-esque cutting edge tools but the full-on shoot-'em-up nature of the game sits very
It's been all quiet on the GTA: San Andreas front ever since Rockstar released back in May, so it's good to finally see something else of the game today - even if it is only the packshot.As expected, the cover art makes ample use of the while it also features ten small pieces of artwork of characters and locations from the PS2 crime-'em-up.The images don't tell us a great deal about the game that wasn't unveiled but they do show off a selection of what are destined to become the game's
One of the additions to the Gran Turismo franchise in GT4 is the new Photo mode and we have a choice selection of new screens painting a very pretty picture of its graphical capabilities.While the shots ooze unquestionable quality, it's not the most exciting new feature to ever adorn GT though. We imagine it'll have a high novelty factor when we first put it through its paces but just how much does it really add to the game? Not a great deal, we'd suggest. More examples and details of Photo
Gran Turismo 4 edges ever closer to its November release and the screenshots are starting to flow. This glamorous selection is the first public outing for the Paris circuit and, as you can see, it particularly suits night-time racing. The Arc de Triomphe is present in some of the shots and the start-finish line is clearly on the Champs Elysee.Gran Turismo 4 is scheduled for a November
Here are three new images of Electronic Arts' GoldenEye: Rogue Agent, the forthcoming Bond game where you don't actually play as 007 himself. The pics are pre-rendered images - so don't expect the up and running game to look this good - and feature Dr No, Goldfinger and what looks to be an infamous Bond villain's base.Goldfinger is considered by many film buffs to be the best Bond movie and this is in no short measure due to the brilliant character of Auric Goldfinger (not forgetting the silent
Rockstar have released another one (er, count it!) new screenshot of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - marking the fourth screen we've seen from the game thus far.Like one of the that were revealed in mid-May, the image shows a young Converse-clad male perched atop a shiny BMX. In this case, it's the game's key protagonist Carl Johnson, who heads up local street gang the Orange Grove Families. We imagine they're a lot tougher than they sound.Further to our recent speculation, Rockstar have now
OK, so nobody's head flew clean off with the sheer excitement when GT4 head honcho Kazunori Yamauchi revealed the new Photo Mode last week but, hey, it's GT4!
The first shot of this bizarrely self-indulgent mode in action at least shows us pretty much exactly how it'll work. A map allows you to position the car and camera to your no-doubt exacting compositional requirements, while controls for focus, aperture etc are reflected in the real-time preview.
Once you're happy with the shot,