Codemasters has today confirmed that its much loved and hugely successful off-road series is to reappear after its two year pit-stop as a next-gen racer, under the working title of CMR'07.
Currently penciled in for unnamed "next-generation platforms," the British-developed veteran racer will include all manner of enhancements and new modes alongside its traditional high-speed rallying, with the focus on realism and detail.
Along with the international events, official cars and real tracks,
For all those desperate to see the merciless Kratos back in action, we've got a new trailer and a load of screenshots of Sony's much anticipated action-sequel, God of War II.
The sequel sees Kratos taking his throne in Olympus as the newly appointed god of war, but he's still not happy, so he soon leaves on another quest to end his torment.
This quest involves ripping the guts out of any mystical creature that crosses his path, so much so that you almost start to feel pity for the 15-foot
Eidos announced today that it has a new Lego Bionicle game slated for fall 2006, and they've tapped the team behind the incredibly successful Lego Star Wars to get it done. Set in the Bionicle universe, Bionicle Heroes charges you to play as a hero that has crossed over from the real world to save plastic block warriors in a third-person style
Even more screens were released today for the upcoming 360 exclusive robot battler Chromehounds. Offering up several metric tons of mechanized carnage, Chromehounds delivers multiplayer machine massacres over Xbox Live. Set in a sort of post-apocalyptic European battleground where nations have been deprived of their radio communications by erratic solar flare activity, wars must be fought using giant Hound
Already hailed as the Killzone killer, Gears of War is the game that has launched a thousand clicks, but now it's time for a few million more as Microsoft has released two more brand new shots.
If you haven't heard of this Xbox 360-exclusive shooter before, you must live in a cave on Mars and only be stealing internet access off a passing WiFi-enabled asteroid. And so, just for you, here is a brief summary: Best. Looking. Game. Ever.
Gears of War is based around a team of hyper-intelligent
Microsoft, in the shape of Peter Moore, its vice president of entertainment, seems to have already conceded defeat to Nintendo and Sony in the battle for E3 headlines.
In a move already seen by many as an attempt to put a positive spin on what looks to be a quiet show for the Seattle giant, Moore said that "winning E3 is overrated; I won it at Sega in 1999 and 2000 with Dreamcast and see where that got me."
With Nintendo promising to finally give the world a taste of its Wii and Sony due to
Big Pussy might have been dumped off the back of a boat, but you can live out his legacy. Except for the bit about squealing on your pals, anyway. Today, THQ announced that it has a brand-new game based on the HBO mega-hit The Sopranos underway. The game will hit the PS2 and Xbox 360 this Holiday
It's taken forever, but more and more games are being announced for Wii in a timely fashion. Midway is the latest company to pledge its support for Nintendo's next console, adding make-believe, testosterone-soaked Blitz: The League to its fall lineup.
The League won't have the NFL license, which explains its emphasis on arcade-style gameplay. Last year's title also explored the melodrama players go through on and off the field by weaving fictional football tales. No word if you'll be able to
Ever have trouble seeing your Nintendo DS' screens in bright light? Think the handheld system could be a little more, you know, smaller? Good news - the thinner, redesigned DS Lite is coming to the US on June 11 for a suggested price of
Activision has been granted the rights to produce video games based on the James Bond license. MGM Interactive and EON Productions (the companies that control the digital Bond) announced a blanket deal with Activision that covers "current and next-generation consoles, PC, and handheld platforms." However, there are no specific announcements about specific consoles, software titles or stories - just the simple fact that Activision will be publishing Bond for the next eight years.