Here's a first peek at some screenshots and a trailer from the Hollywood-inspired real-time strategy romp, Moscow to Berlin: Red Siege. Set in World War II on the Eastern Front, Moscow to Berlin puts history and action in the same room and lets them fight it out. This pick-up-and-play explosion-fest will enable you to break the stalemate in the east as the commander of the Russian or German forces.
This budget-minded title will be priced nicely at $29.99, and looks like an RTS recharge for
Earlier this week we dropped some fresh screens of MotoGP4, and now we've got even more. The hyper-realistic racing sim has always strived to provide the ultimate bike experience, and the upcoming fourth title is sure to deliver. Its fully licensed tracks, riders and bikes are now joined by three engine classes, tweakable rides and 8-player online matches - complete with smack-talkin' voice chat.
If you're not a wheelie-poppin' gearhead, MotoGP4 may still have something for you. There's an
Tuesday 4 April 2006
Marc Ecko, the designer behind - you guessed it - Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure, has hinted that a Revolution-specific Getting Up graffiti game could be a distinct possibility.
When it was suggested that the urban artwork antics of Getting Up would lend themselves perfectly to Revolution's unique controller, Ecko admitted in an interview with GameDaily.com that he was "all over it" - suggesting that some serious thought has already been given to the idea
Hey, motorcycle fans! The fourth installment in Namco's MotoGP series is finally heading to your PS2, and we've got the screens to prove it. Pitched as a realistic motorcycle-racing sim, MotoGP4 will feature a bunch of real-world riders (including the late Daijiro Kato), bikes and courses, and will even cater to gearheads by letting them tinker with their rides between races.
Only the most frighteningly popular, figurine-based fantasy games get digital makeovers. Now that Dungeons & Dragons has hit the PC, it's time for fellow elf-and-dwarf basher Mage Knight to storm the video game frontlines. Chances are you're not among the thousands who've already transfigured their kitchen tables into epic battlescapes - but you'll soon get a crack at miniature sword-and-sorcery, as the lore is now coming to the
Sony big-wig Phil Harrison's keynote speech at the Game Developers Conference on Wednesday was focused mainly on Sony's hardware and online initiative, but all that stuff is meaningless without games to back it up. Fortunately, several developers took the stage during the keynote to finally give us a glimpse of what the PS3 really looks like in motion - and for the record, it looks
Last week, the official website for Namco's ingenious ball-rolling collect-'em-up, Katamari Damacy, closed its virtual doors. And, yes, Namco has followed up the move with an announcement that the team behind the game has been disbanded, and there are no more Katamari games planned for the future.
The Katamari Damacy franchise is just three games strong, but that's been enough for it to worm its way into many more hearts than plenty of other, longer-running brands. The series has had two
Amateur directors who enjoyed creating their own blockbuster hits in Activision's Tinseltown sim, The Movies, will soon be able to add even more creative flourishes to their lovingly created cinematic works of art thanks to the arrival of the first expansion pack for the game, The Movies: Stunts & Effects.
Due for release in spring, the new content will herald the arrival of stuntmen to the lot, a mad dog bunch who will bring with them a varied repertoire of dangerous tricks and turns to add a
We've seen Medal of Honor: Airborne on PlayStation 3 and it looks brilliant. That's the short version of a day spent behind EA's ring of steel looking at experimental footage of EA's stunning PS3 engine in action. Just take a look at these screens if you want proof.
EA's next-gen version of Medal of Honor uses the full weight of PS3 to create not only the battlefield but the skies above it too. And although the shots we've brought back of the demo look amazing, believe us when we say they
We've scored a bounty of exclusive new screens of the upcoming action role-player, Mage Knight: Apocalypse, starring the easy-on-the-eyes vampire succubus, Kithana.
With over 1,000 different items found throughout Mage Knight's vast world, you'll be able to deck out each character from head-to-toe with newfound gear. You'll also completely control facial structure, hair and tattoos; making it nearly impossible to create the same character twice (and for obsessive-compulsives to play the actual