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 their stunning PS3 engine in action. Just take a look at these screens if you want proof.
The 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 of the demo we've brought back look amazing, believe us when we say they
The Medal of Honor series will return this winter - EA has announced Medal of Honor: Airborne for current and next-gen machines. That's PC, PS2, PS3, Xbox and Xbox 360 in case you were wondering.
Winging players into the conflict as new character Private Boyd Travers, Medal of Honor: Airborne is set to give the weary series a jolt, with each mission kicking off with a parachute drop into enemy territory.
While it's hardly a dramatic departure from the old Medal of Honor formula - fight your
THQ has announced that its superbike simulator MotoGP '06 will be released for Xbox 360 in May, and has sent us some brand new screenshots to celebrate.
Developed by Climax, the fully licensed MotoGP series has led the way with superbike racers, and '06 on Xbox 360 looks as though it will set new standards in realistic handling and graphics.
In addition THQ Wireless, the mobile game division of the US publisher, is currently working on MotoGP 3 and MotoGP Manager for mobile phone handsets,
Activision's hugely successful Total War real time strategy series will return to PC this winter with Medieval 2: Total War.
The sequel comes reinforced with an enhanced campaign multiplayer mode, ramped-up graphics and the ability to field vast armies containing up to 10,000 soldiers.
Expanding the borders of the previous games in the series, Medieval 2 combines bloody European battlefields and desert sieges in the Holy Lands with the discovery of the Americas, and the fearsome Aztec warrior
Nintendo has released a bundle of Metroid Prime: Hunters shots as the DS action game's release looms closer.
Helmeted heroine Samus Aran's latest adventure has her attempting to unravel the mystery behind messages transmitted by the Alimbics, an ancient intergalactic race that was thought
Rockstar is set to launch Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition Remix for PS2 and Xbox on 17 March, pumping new content into the blinged racing game in the welcome shape of 24 new vehicles, new races, music and battle maps and a brand new city:
Activision's cinematic sim game The Movies has spawned a heaving community of wannabe directors, and they all want you to be a witness to their celluloid masterpieces.
The game's official website, TheMoviesgame.com, hosts a huge archive of flicks uploaded by enthusiastic players - and you don't even have to own the game to watch these budgetless features.
One short film about the recent Parisian riots titled The French Democracy has even won international attention, earning the movie's
A fresh set of Mario Kart DS screenshots have just screeched into view, so point your eyespheres to the right and take a peek.
reveals, the game makes excellent use of the twin-screened DS, providing an overview of the course as well as the main action.
Mario Kart DS ought to be a great addition to the always-enjoyable series, especially with the inclusion of an eight-player wireless mode for the handheld machine.Mario Kart DS will be released for DS on 25
Publisher Activision has unveiled a new set of screens of The Movies - Peter Molyneux's hugely ambitious show business simulator. And with its 11 November release date drawing near we'll soon be able to see just how and if it will actually work.
The game puts you in control of a movie studio in the early days of silent flicks, which you must keep successful all the way into the present day. But this is no ordinary management sim as The Movies also allows you to make your own motion
Nintendo has today revealed that Mario Kart DS will be released in Europe on 11 November and will jump-start the handheld's multiplayer wireless gaming service.
The company made the announcements during a press conference at Germany's Leipzig Games Convention and it assured the gathered audience that its DS wireless service would be easy to access and use: wireless hotspots will be established in shops and no passwords or URLs will be required to connect.
After yesterday's depressing news