The history of the Final Fantasy series is notoriously spotty in the US. But we all know the series is a mega-hit, now, too. The last game to make its journey to the U.S. is Final Fantasy III, which is being remade from scratch for the Nintendo DS. Featuring full 3D graphics and tweaked gameplay, this is another adventure that fans who loved the GBA remakes will gobble up.
According to the team behind the game, the idea was not to give a whole new experienced but instead to offer the original
When action-RPG Marvel: Ultimate Alliance ships this fall, it'll be the third game to follow the beat 'em up precedent set by X-Men Legends. You'll take 20 of the most popular Marvel heroes through Atlantis, a floating military base and even an alien homeworld, powering them up and fleshing out their individual moves. Captain America, Spider-Man, Wolverine and Thor are just the tip of the iceberg, all recruited to stop Dr. Doom and his assembled team of villains.
The coolest level we saw had
We got a private sit-down with this cartoony crime buster and uncovered a gargantuan world where freedom and growth rule. In the free-form, do-whatever-you-want environment of Pacific City, you get to sweep the streets of thugs using any means you deem necessary.
Every crook you kill delivers a bit of skill points to boost your arsenal of abilities and make you a more effective super-cop. Taking that concept even further, every skill you use will help you develop keener strength in that
Still images don't really do Warhawk justice. That's why you'll want to click the Movies tab above and check out the wide-open island that show-goers are flying over right now. Hidden tunnels, exploding buildings, barrel rolls and a whole lot of beautiful destruction are on display in this aerial shooter, so stop reading this and check it out.
Revealed at Nintendo's E3 press conference, Super Mario Galaxy is Nintendo's debut Wii outing for its moustachioed mascot and we can bring you the first few details about the game.
As the title suggests, Super Mario Galaxy takes place in space as Mario, with the normally hapless heroine Princess Peach in tow, heads off in pursuit of an escaped creature. On the interstellar adventure the pair will explore various planets and alien landscapes, and will encounter a variety of new and familiar
The first details of Disaster: Day of Crisis - which was unveiled at today's Nintendo pre-E3 press conference - have emerged and shed a little more light on this intriguing new Wii title.
Most surprisingly, a press release for Disaster: Day of Crisis states that the game is being developed by Monolith and we can only suppose that this is the developer best known for the very mature and slightly disturbing Xbox 360 and PC titles, FEAR and Condemned.
In the game, players assume the role of Ray
Here's your chance to get an up-close look at what folks on the E3 show floor are playing right now. In our Resistance: Fall of Man video, you can see the open Manchester and tunnel-like Northern Command Center levels for yourself, as well as get a look at the variety of weapons you'll use and enemies you'll encounter when the game ships in November. Click on the Movies tab above and see it for
Under normal circumstances, the hundreds of super-powered critters that make up the Pokemon universe need a human trainer to order them around. Not so with Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Resue Team, a floor-by-floor dungeon crawler that has you duking it out with the cutest monsters in existence.
You start with just one little guy (in our case, it was the fire-breathing Charmander), but by exploring various caves, holes and bits of wilderness, your party can grow to four. Hidden amidst the mobs
You wouldn't know it by looking at all the buddy-buddy sports games that are on the GameCube, but once upon a time, Mario and Donkey Kong were big-time enemies. In the case of Mario vs Donkey Kong: March of the Minis, you're controlling a horde of tiny, mechanical Mario clones as they try to escape the puzzling, 2D prison Donkey Kong has slapped them into.
Well, you dont actually control the Marios themselves. They're kinda roaming freely around the levels, awaiting your instructions. You tap
Given the PS3's reported capability for rendering huge, seamless environments and throwing hundreds of objects onscreen at once, you'd think it would be the perfect system for free-roaming, Grand Theft Auto-style games. Developer Incognito agrees, and today they definitively revealed that Warhawk won't just be the futuristic flight simulator we've been seeing for months. The meat of the game will still be in flying a hoverjet, dogfighting up to 500 enemies at once and blowing up huge capital