The revered Metal Gear Solid franchise is coming to the PSP. Konami has just announced Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, a game that series creator Hideo Kojima is calling the true sequel to Snake Eater. Follow the link below for our exclusive first look at the sure-fire mega hit.
We've also scored a slew of new pics for Guns of the Patriots, the upcoming PlayStation 3 game that manages to unhinge anyone's jaw on sight.
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops first look
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the
Before people could even start foaming at the mouth and overturning cars in excitement after Microsoft's press conference today, the first trailer of Halo 3 emerged on Bungie's website. And now you can see it for yourself.
You won't know this by watching, but the scene takes place in the African desert, about a third of the way through the game. The three-mile-wide structure that opens up is actually a weapon built by the Forerunners - the race that constructs the Halos. It's now poised to
During today's excessively attended press conference, Nintendo revealed that the Wii's nunchaku attachment does in fact have its own motion-sensitive device inside. This feature was showcased during a game of Red Steel, Ubisoft's exclusive first-person shooter that mixes guns with swordplay. Using one hand to swing and another to parry, gamers can initiate their own blade-on-blade action. This feature has been rumored for some
One of the games Southpeak Interactive was showing behind closed doors on Tuesday was CellFactor: Combat Training, a PC first-person shooter that blew us away with its ridiculously cluttered environments and interactive debris. Originally developed as a tech demo to show off what the developer's software could do, CellFactor is being considered for market, possibly as a multiplayer-centric or budget title.
Graphically, CellFactor is beautiful, looking like the drab-but-detailed Pariah with a
Tuesday 9 May 2006
Microsoft didn't pull any punches in its pre-E3 press conference today, as it announced that GTA IV would appear on 360 next year, showed footage of Halo 3 and announced a new multi-platform online service called Live Anywhere.
Microsoft chose the Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard for its conference and Peter Moore, Microsoft's corporate vice president of interactive business gave most of the presentation.
The biggest revelation came half way through the
While games were certainly the focus of Nintendo's press conference today, there was one new Wii feature that piqued everyone's interest. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata said the new console will practically never power-down, using a technology called "Wii Connect
At the Nintendo press conference, Nintendo showcased a huge number of new Wii games. We've broken them out and given short descriptions so you'll be as up to speed as anyone who actually got the chance to go.
Super Mario Galaxy
A new Wii adventure for the legendary plumber (below). The gameplay showed Mario flying through space and performing all new attacks, and even walking upside down on the underside of the level. He also hit a boss' bullets back at him - and the clear idea was that you do
In this morning's press conference, Nintendo announced there will be two versions of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess shipping. One will be for the GameCube, the other a specifically-tuned game designed to make use of Wii's newfangled remote control. The current-gen, GameCube version will be the same game, but without the new controller
Tuesday 9 May 2006
The existence of Star Fox DS was revealed at Nintendo's E3 press conference earlier today and our tractor beam has successfully pulled in the first shots and details about the game.
Still a working title and pencilled in for release on 28 August in the US, Star Fox DS promises to introduce a new element of strategy to the space shooter by giving players a commander's view of the 3D rendered missions, as Fox McCloud and friends battle to protect the Lylat
Tuesday 9 May 2006
Today Microsoft announced that Grand Theft Auto IV will be released for Xbox 360 on 16 October 2007.
The shock news comes from Microsoft's pre-E3 press conference where Peter Moore, Microsoft's corporate vice president of interactive business, confirmed that Rockstar's hugely successful action game will be appearing on 360.
He also stated that a deal had been struck with Rockstar to provide episodic content via Xbox Live Marketplace and that the game would be regularly