Currently in construction by euro-developer Blitz, Possession blends realtime strategy with zombies - the twist being that players actually get to take charge on the undead.
As the Enslaver, your goal is to destroy an entire city using an army of the undead built from its inhabitants. Blitz is promising "carnage at all costs" across the "free-form and reactive city. How you choose to destroy it is up to you." Sounds good to us.
No doubt we'll be seeing more of Possession at E3 but for now,
Ubisoft's massive online multiplayer FPS, Planetside, will soon offer gamers the chance to wage war for 12 months, completely free of charge.
From 14 February any new accounts will have a whole year's worth of subscription charges waived, with limitations on the gamers's BattleRank and CommandRank - restricting you to a smaller range of weapons than paying players.
The creator of Planetside is also planning changes to the game to help new players get stuck into the immensely freeform
Microsoft is organising several Project Gotham Racing 3 events designed to establish the 100 best PGR drivers in Europe. This elite group of drivers will then be given membership to the first ever PGR 100.
To take part in this chance to be part of the PGR 100, Xbox Live gamers must download the PGR 100 Gamer Picture from the Xbox Live Marketplace which is available now, until 11.59am GMT on 10 March.
Downloading this picture will automatically enter you into a draw to win a place in the PGR
As we outlined in our recent 360 preview, Prey is no ordinary space-based FPS. With its odd-ball plot, quirky design and organic surroundings it's shaping up to be a truly unique experience, but not just in the single-player game; the multiplayer action looks just as intriguing. And we've got some gameplay footage to prove it.
In the movie you'll see a variety of weapons including the Spirit Bow and an Acid Gun that uses alien blood as ammo. There are also special walkways that allow your
Microsoft developer Rare has revealed that it is working on new content for its two Xbox 360 launch games, Perfect Dark Zero and Kameo: Elements of Power.
Players of futuristic FPS Perfect Dark Zero can expect a selection of new multiplayer maps, while fantasy adventure Kameo is getting a co-op mode playable over Xbox Live as well as some additional downloadable content.
Rare stated that more solid details on these info titbits - which it sneakily slipped out on the letters page of its
Pac-Man, the iconic 1980s arcade ghost-chaser, is to become the star of his own rally game.
Pac-Man World Rally features 14 playable characters including Toc-Man (that's him in the shots), who's actually a ghost posing in a robotic Pac-Man suit.
It's a very Mario Kart-style affair, with power-ups, krrrazy colourful levels and speedy, slippery racing; all conducted by a big yellow circle that eats ghosts.Pac-Man World Rally is due out on Gamecube, PC, PS2, PSP and Xbox in
It's been almost two full weeks since we've seen anything new of Project Gotham Racing 3 - one of , along with Perfect Dark Zero and Quake 4.
So if you'd started to forget just how stunning looking this next-gen street racer is going to be, developer Bizarre Creations has come up with the perfect reminder in the shape of a new 3D screenshot.
The image shows off Gotham 3's TVR Sagaris, which is sitting on Tokyo's Tochomae Loop. (Flash, 6.5MB) and then drag the file into your web browser to
If there's one game that's going to make punters rush out to buy an Xbox 360 at launch, then surely this is it.
The incredibly fast street racer retains the sheer playability of its predecessors while mixing in snazzy next-gen visuals, a new Playtime mode that allows players to distinguish between 'serious' racing and just larking about, plus 10 unlockable concept cars that have never before appeared in a game.
But, if nothing else, Bizarre Creations' design manager Gareth Wilson suggests you
While it's still unclear as to whether Perfect Dark Zero will be a 360 launch title - it's still officially scheduled for a "holiday 2005" release - we can at least offer some Joanna Dark-flavoured goodness in the shape of these new shots.
The Rare-developed FPS is the belated prequel to 2000's superb N64 shooter and, along with Project Gotham Racing 3, is surely the most eagerly-awaited of the first wave of Xbox 360 games.
Anyway, a batch of new shots of the game - which also features
A clutch of new shots from Xbox 360 title Project Gotham Racing 3 have sped away from the Tokyo Game Show and parked rather neatly in the gamesradar.com garage.
As has been established countless times already, PGR3 looks absolutely awesome and continues to do so in these latest images, which feature two incredibly hot little movers in the Ferrari Enzo and Saleen S7.
So, cast your peepers over the pics on the right and gaze agog once again at PGR3's sheer beauty.Project Gotham Racing 3 will