Namco's SRS Street Racing Syndicate will finally be released in the UK on PS2 and Xbox by the summer thanks to a new deal with Codemasters, it was announced today.
The Need for Speed Underground-style street racer features locations based on US cities such as LA, Miami and Philadelphia and comprises miles of open streets in which players can push their nitrous-injected vehicles "to the limit". Blimey.
Head-to-head racing is available via split-screen, system link-up or online play while the 40
There might still be 75 days to go but there is already a crumpled and mildly pneumonic nerd in a patch-covered sleeping bag waiting outside Mann's Chinese Theatre. You can even check on him and his vital signs via his webcam at .
But what the Princess Leia-obsessed lard-lad doesn't know is that the game of the film is out 12 days before he will take his first bite of an industrial-sized chilli-dog. Not only that; two of the producers have already spilt the beans on the titular tied-in
Online gaming hasn't really grabbed the massed ranks of the PS2 player yet but those it has swear by the SOCOM series - and quite often at it and about it, too.
For its third foray into enemy territory the stealth squad shooter is promising to add a sharper enemy AI, a stronger solo mode and, most thrillingly of all, vehicles, to the flipper-wearing grunts' armoury.
Blasting across battle arenas promised to be six times larger than before, the two teams of troopers will be able to nab 20
Official ELSPA Entertainment Top 20 Software Chart (all prices) - week ending 12 February1 (NE) Star Wars Knight of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords(Xbox, PC)2 (NE) World of Warcraft(PC)3 (1) Sonic Mega Collection Plus(PS2, Xbox)4 (2) Need for Speed Underground 2(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC, GBA)5 (3) Grand Theft Auto San Andreas(PS2)6 (18) The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC, GBA)7 (10) UEFA Champions League 2004-2005(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC)8 (4) The Simpsons Hit & Run(PS2,
DS versions of King Kong, Bomberman and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory will all be released later this year by Ubisoft. The company again confirmed that it will also be releasing Star Wars Revenge of the Sith for DS - which we .The quad of games joins Ubisoft's previously announced DS launch line-up of Asphalt Urban GT, Rayman DS and Sprung The Dating Game.No new details on any of the titles have been released as yet, beyond rough release dates of spring for Star Wars; summer for
Who cares that so far Episodes I and II have made Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure look like Citizen Kane because for the first time in about a decade, the Star Wars games are living up to expectations. After and with and already on the horizon, Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith could finally be the game to put all those still-traumatic memories of Super Bombad Racing to rest with its mixture of sabre-rattling moves and fatal-Force powers. Which luckily, are both featured rather
They're about as predictable as Halley's comet. But while that reliable celestial body waits 76 years between visits, Sims expansion packs tend to pop-up slightly more frequently and with less spectacular visuals. But as Electronic Arts took us through the next outing for their little computer people, it certainly looked like this time their sequel will blaze a trail. The big difference between this expansion pack and the apron-tied original rests in the campus setting for the game. For instead
It was always coming, sure as day follows night, sure as seagulls follow trawlers, sure as all odd number Star Trek movies are awful. With the original Sims on PC undergoing more expansions than Andy 'The Viking' Fordham, everyone knew that it would be The Sims 2's turn soon. And here is it: The Sim 2 University.Your little chap can choose from 11 different degrees and will go through a full US-style education complete with annoying NPC roommates, frat house parties and part-time jobs. Your
With Episode III, Revenge of the Sith, KOTOR 2 and about fifty other games already in the pipeline for 2005, you might think that LucasArts would be running out of the PCs and people needed to make any more games but somehow the US publisher/developer has found enough room for just one more Star Wars title.However, two things are still lacking from this PC project - a name and a release date (although the end of next year looks most likely). And while it might not have a moniker yet, the game
Ubi Soft have today revealed that they're lined up to publish a new handheld Star Wars game based on the forthcoming movie Revenge of the Sith. The game will be available for Sony's PSP, Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance and will be launched in the spring to coincide with the release of the film.Currently being developed by Ubi Soft's Montreal studio, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith will "fully leverage the strengths of each handheld platform" and each game will "immerse players directly into the