Between F-Zero and Wipeout, you'd think the future-racing genre would be well covered - well, Fatal Inertia hopes to carve out its own hovercraft-loving niche when it launches right alongside the PS3 this fall. Today we've got several new screens to unleash, most of which feature the game's offensive
Vivendi has announced that FEAR Combat - a pack offering every multiplayer option for the supernatural shooter - will be available as a free download on August 17. Freeloaders will be able to square off with players who've ponied up for the retail release - but be warned, nooblets: this game has been out for nearly a year, so we predict a steep learning curve for new
Wednesday 9 August 2006
Vivendi has announced that FEAR Combat - a pack offering every multiplayer option for the supernatural shooter - will be available as a free download on 17 August.
The pack consists of all multiplayer updates that have been made for Monolith's first-person shooter, which means that once the pack is downloaded there will 10 multiplayer game modes, 19 maps, 12 different weapons and Punkbuster support to help counter online cheats.
To get hold of this exciting bundle,
Getting any news on the DS remake of Final Fantasy III used to be on the same level of impossible-ness as trashing the Ruby and Emerald weapons in FFVII. Now, not so much, as we've got 16 new screens to share. Nothing too fancy here, but there are more battle scenes pictured and we also get a look at some different character classes in action.
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So, you haven't played the PC version of scare-tactical first-person shooter FEAR, and you wonder what the big deal is? Just imagine a single-player game that's equally inspired by horror movies such as The Ring or Poltergeist as it is by white-knuckle military shooters like Rainbow Six or Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter. Got it? Okay, now push that image out of your mind, because all we've seen of the 360 version is the "instant action" mode.
That's not a bad thing; it's just not so much
The previously PC-only mega-hit F.E.A.R. (First Encounter Assault Recon) is bringing its horrifying first-person shooting to the 360 this fall. Vivendi announced today that F.E.A.R. is officially under development for the fledgling console and will be shown at the upcoming E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo... if you haven't already been totally inundated with what those initials stand for) in Los
Microsoft whispered to us that Fuzion Frenzy 2 is headed to the 360 this holiday. This long-rumored sequel to the Xbox's frantic party-style game takes place in a futuristic setting filled with minigames. With expanded online options such as customizable tournaments, you can pit yourself against others over Xbox Live and earn those incredibly popular Achievement
A new teaser site for explosive horror-cum-shooter game FEAR has tongues wagging over the possibility of a brand new co-op multiplayer feature for the game - a feature that developer Monolith reportedly had planned for the original release of FEAR.
The teaser site shows three words that have triggered a wave of fanboy fantasizing: "Combat is coming". Below, a timer ticks down, currently standing at 20 days, 08 hours, 05 minutes and 16 seconds - which wouldn't fit with the October launch of
We just got a new video for Forza Motorsport 2 that flashes some hot car customization action all over the screen. While it smacks of target video (not actually in-game footage, but slapped together computer generated mock-up video), it still sets the bar pretty high for the upcoming rubber-layer. Judging by the amount of optional equipment featured in the video, it looks like a huge variety of parts will be interchangeable from brake packages to custom exhaust manifolds to aerodynamic body
We've spearheaded beach landings, busted German bunkers, shot down Nazi fighters and fought the good fight many times before, but now there's a new WWII challenge heading our way. Faces of War is a squad-level real-time strategy game, and those good people at Ubisoft have just released a brisk demo for you to try the action for yourself.
Faces of War puts you in command of a single squad of six soldiers, but you're supported in your missions by AI controlled allies. The demo features two