The ESRB (the men in suits that give our games their ratings) has updated its website to include five entries for the recently released Tomb Raider: Anniversary on PS2 and PC (PSP version to follow soon).
Update: We have just received a "no comment" from Eidos. When contacted we got the "statement" before we even had chance to say "Hello Eidos, it's GamesRadar." Busy day for Eidos PR. Update out
The five entries are the names of the levels from Tomb Raider: Anniversary:
GamePolitics is reporting via "multiple sources" that Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum has expressed concern over the impending release of Rockstar's controversial game on Nintendo's next-gen
Solid Snake fans could be picking up their copy of Metal Gear Solid 4 packaged in a shiny metal tin as Konami ponders releasing a limited edition version of the game.
The possibility of such a package came from the big man himself, Hideo Kojima, who contemplated as much in a recent radio blog. No further details were
Battlefield Bad Company isn't just about destructive force, mowing down the opposition or tactical awareness. Bringing all these actions together is a neat, macho plot that will be instantly familiar - and entertaining - to fans of classic character-driven war flicks like Three Kings or Kelly's Heroes.
This month's Edge brings us some gorgeous new images from the singleplayer-focused warfest, and also some details about the game's storyline.
As you probably know by now, Bad Company moves away
We've known about the existence of a Jackass tie-in since last May, but it wasn't until earlier in the year that we got first images of how the game would look on PSP.
Now we've scored first images of the game on PS2 and - no surprises - it looks much the same, except no longer in slightly lower res widescreen format.
The premise of the game sounds simple, much like its protagonists. You take part as one of the troupe of modern day circus freaks as they attempt to inflict as much pain and
The This Is Living trailer aired on UK TV and theaters over the past months is classic Sony advertising - it doesn't make any mention of the games or hardware it is trying to sell. But get past that fact and we quite like the surreal nature of the short film, edited down from its original five minute runtime for use as a TV spot.
The full version is actually pretty saucy. In that it features nudity, some gratuitous self-manipulation and general 'adult-oriented content.' Although the scene with
Cyanide Studios, responsible for the Blood Bowl-style game Chaos League, is parading its PC action-RPG Loki in front of us in a new gameplay trailer - which we've uploaded to our video player.
The developer describes its game as "a fantasy voyage through the great mythologies." Why? Because you the player get to assume the role of one of four heroes from mythology - a Norse fighter, a Greek warrior, an Egyptian magician or an Aztec shaman - and aid the gods in defeating Seth, the Egyptian god
Without virtual trees, landscapes in games would be a lot less lovely than they are. Can you imagine exploring Oblivion's countryside in a tree-less Tamriel, for example? It would be like a big forest, but without any, um, trees. Just a big open space with a few rocks scattered about the place to break-up the monotony of grass.
It saddens our heart, then, that the sterling work of vertical wood furnishings often goes unnoticed and unappreciated by gamers. So, to help raise tree awareness we
If youre looking for a good workout while playing PC games, then youve come to the right site at the right time. Please meet KAMPO Interactives Balance to Win, the trial version of the upcoming casual game Balance that can be played by simply tilting a laptop.
"Now how in the hell can you do that?" you may ask. Well, the answer's quite simple: the game utilizes tilt sensors built into some laptops like the Lenovo Thinkpad series that sense when the machine is dropped to protect its hard disk.
Thursday 7 June 2007
Tanks, gun turrets, planes, jeeps. We love them all. Just as well then that theyre all included in the beta version of Warhawk, Sonys online multiplayer action-fest
Weve been busy dog fighting with fellow beta testers for some time now, but for those of you didnt get an exclusive invite to the online party weve managed to capture some footage of the action direct from the frontline.
The footage shows off both the aerial and ground based action as well the super smooth