Marvel and Sega are expanding their relationship to bring more superhero licenses to the Sonic developer's bustling farm, including rights to The Incredible Hulk, Thor and Captain America.
The trio of comic franchises bolsters Sega's existing deal to make games based on the Iron Man comic, which has both a film and game slated for release next
20. Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes
Silicon Knights | Konami | 2004
A slick remake of the revolutionary spy drama that's still considered by many to be the best entry in the Metal Gear saga
What made it so great?
Take the single greatest game of the PSone generation, inject a fresh graphical update and all the cool new gameplay features from its PS2 sequel, and you've got an instant classic. Developed by Canadian developer Silicon Knights and filled with new cutscenes by Japanese film
It looks like cult-classic Treasure shooter Ikaruga is coming to Xbox Live Arcade, after a download for the game appeared on Microsoft's debug version of Xbox Live.
The shooter was originally released for Dreamcast and Nintendo Gamecube in 2003 (check out our screens), and is the spiritual sequel to Saturn blaster Radiant
Let the haters and the old ladies complain about how those newfangled video computer games teach us to be killers; we've always taken the view that violent games are a pressure valve for blowing off steam in a harmless way. Don't believe it? Play something fierce and bloody the next time you're in a really bad mood, and then try telling us you didn't feel better afterward.
But why stop there? If games can keep you from climbing a clock tower and expressing your inner pain in the form of
The semi-popular Cartoon Network anime Inuyasha is headed for the Nintendo DS with a new RPG, and we've got the first screens and video for your perusal. When it arrives next year, Inuyasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel will feature an original storyline for the white-haired half-demon and his friends, as well as new characters for them to throw down
Spidey, Hulk and the X-Men may serve Activision, but everyone's favorite (only?) drunken millionaire playboy is coming to next-gen systems courtesy of Sega. The publisher giant has secured rights to both the comic book version of Iron Man and the forthcoming film, due May 2, 2008. Not that excited? How's this: Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, Iron Man's true identity. Dude. It's a perfect
When it comes to the handheld console war, Square Enix has very obviously thrown its weight in one corner. With the all-new remake of Final Fantasy III coming to the US this fall, it should be obvious which horse the world-renown RPG maker is backing.
But if you needed more evidence, here it is: today, via the Japanese edition of Shonen Jump magazine, Square Enix has announced two new games for the Nintendo DS.
It's a Wonderful World (or, in Japanese, Subarashiki Kono Sekai) is a brand new
In Ubisoft's continuing commitment to bringing us the finest in imported Japanese 360 games, Import Tuner Challenge has been picked up for release in the States in Fall 2006. A Need For Speed clone focusing specifically on imports, ITC will enable you to alter any number of rocket-rides for illicit street racing through genuine Tokyo highways. Over 400 opponents await your entrance into the infamous world of illegal street racing, and you'll get to pick from over five million different
The Cartoon Network anime series IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix is coming to PS2s this September, and we've got footage of the mecha-racing game in action.
It's not exactly surprising to see publisher Namco Bandai working on an anime adaptation, but IGPX is unusual in that it features team racing with ultra-high-speed giant robots. Promising "over 60 miles of ever-changing track," the game will follow Team Satomi as they pit their sword-swinging, fist-fighting robots against rival teams on courses
It might be a year away from the shelves but just one look at Indiana Jones on the LucasArts stand and you can feel the expectation building. And despite running on development kits in demo form only, the game already looks like it might live up to almost any amount of hype.
Boasting what the team are calling Euphoria technology, the game uses the power of the next-gen consoles to do more than simply whiz tons of impressive graphics around the screen; it creates a world and fills it with