Blue Dragon has been given a launch date of August 28 for developer Mistwalker's highly-anticipated debut RPG.
Coming at you with a retail price of $60, Blue Dragon made waves in Japan thanks to it being the new child of famed game producer Hironobu Sakaguchi, known for his work on the Final Fantasy
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To accomapny the launch of the second GTA IV trailer Rockstar has provided us with some high-res screenshots which you can see here. Just click on the supersize me tab to see them in all their 720p glory.
Alternatively, they'd make a great wallpaper for your PC or you could print them out and stick them on the fridge or just do what we did and stare at them on your screen with a smug grin on your
Award-winning music composer Michael Giacchino, whose credits include TV biggies Lost and Alias and the Medal of Honor and Call of Duty series, is to score Turning Point: Fall of Liberty.
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty is an alternate-reality WWII FPS in development at Spark Unlimited that we first revealed in April.
So the game's storyline goes, the Nazis have achieved victory in the war and subsequently overrun the US, with the opening scene throwing you right into the heart of the Germans'
Tomorrow, our friends at Skillground.com are holding a contest with a prize total of $20,000 - enough to buy you a small island or approximately 2.5 Playstation 3 systems.
How's it work? Well, you play in a Warpath Deathmatch tomorrow and every time you take somebody else out, you'll be entered into a chance to win a share of $10,000 cash or $10,000 in Skillground game credits.
Before you start playing, though, you'll probably want to brush up on the full list of details available on the
Funcom is celebrating Anarchy Online's sixth birthday by introducing a point-based system where players can purchase virtual items, new content and services.
The new system for the sci-fi MMO is due to the launch this summer, and the first virtual items to kick off the program will be jetbikes and hover boards. Along with this, the developer is to offer previously released scout-mechs, luxury apartments, Leet pets and various sets of social clothing.
In addition, players will be able to use
If you're a PC owner, you have the pleasure of being at the bleeding edge of gaming technology. And PhysX, a plug-in piece of hardware for PC designed purely to deal with physics effects, is the next step. In basic terms, PhysX handles the physicality of a game world. The propeties of an object, whether it be water, rock or paper. But the potential is huge.
Think of a graphics card as a 16-lane motorway. 15 lanes go one way, from the whirring hardware to the screen in front of you, but only
PC fantasy MMO Sword of the New World: Granado Espada has entered open beta phase, opening the game up to the public and his dog.
However, you still need to register to take part, and the open beta will only run till early July so you'll need to get your fantasy skates on.
"In the beta, players will have access to four worlds while experiencing the game's extensive costume selection feature and unique multi-character control system, while testing out the deep and compelling character
Can you feel the tension in the air right now? That's the internet bracing to explode tomorrow, when the second trailer for Grand Theft Auto IV goes live. Starting at 9 a.m. Pacific time, you'll be able to see it at Yahoo! Games and Rockstar's website, and then everywhere else - including GamesRadar - an hour later. Luckily, you don't have to wait that long to start speculating madly about what it all means, because we've got two new screens to give you an idea of what's in store when the new
Eric Lempel, director of all things PlayStation Network, has updated the PlayStation blog with word on another new system update for the PS3. This one takes the count to 1.82 and will allow the playback of AVC High Profile (H.264/MPEG-4) files.
"Hey everyone, you told us you wanted to hear about updates a few days in advance, so here's a quick heads up that we have a PS3 firmware update in the works," he wrote. "Scheduled for release in the next few days, firmware 1.82 is an update that
Your Wii's small 512MBs of internal Flash memory may be approaching its limits with all the VC games available (ours is), and Nintendo has today announced WiiWare, which will bring with it even more downloadable content for Wii.
So surely the rumors suggesting a Wii hard drive is in the works are true, right?
Nope. We posed the question to Nintendo after the WiiWare announcement, and the answer was definitive.
"No," a Nintendo correspondent told us, trashing hopes of an E3 revelation with a