• Hitman: Blood Money (MOV, 8.61MB)
Friday 19 May 2006
Hitman: Blood Money, the latest in Eidos' contract killing series, is released at the end of next week so to get you in the mood for Agent 47's unique style of work we've got a new trailer to share with you.
The name of the trailer, 'Guns', says it all really as the slaphead assassin shows the devastating power and size of his arsenal. Basically he's got a fire arm for every day of the week and for every situation.
Blood Money is a
We've snagged a trailer borne from the bowels of England's capital city, pimping the role-playing demon slaughter-fest, Hellgate: London. This cinematic pudding-pop shows a world overridden with hellspawn and introduces the magic-wielding Cabalists and the noble Templars.
Coming from much of the same team that brought us Diablo - the blockbuster click-to-kill romp - Hellgate will retain the same action-RPG style, though at times it plays like a first-person shooter. It isn't. Well, so far at
Over 1.5 million people logged onto Xbox Live last week during E3, the gaming industry's largest, most publicized event of the year. Pulling over 600 terabytes off the Xbox Live service, gamers satisfied their unquenchable thirst for high definition media. Xbox kingpin Peter Moore put things into perspective for us by stating, "All the printed material in the US Library of Congress is estimated to be about 20 terabytes, and Xbox Live delivered 30 times that amount in just 7
Halo developer Bungie recently hosted a question-and-answer session on its website, Bungie.net, allowing fans to quiz the team about the Halo 3 trailer shown at last week's E3.
Stunning as it was, the teaser trailer didn't reveal much about the third game in the Xbox 360 franchise, simply showing Master Chief standing on top of a mountain while music swelled
Haze is a new, next-generation first person shooter from Free Radical, who previously worked on the Timesplitters series. Those games were on the lighthearted side, but this isn't - it's a gritty, balls-out shooter with a furturistic world that's serious as a heart attack.
In the brief non-playable demo we were able to take in, the game began with a helicopter ride over a South American jungle. The detail inside the chopper was intense - soldiers lolled about, the commander shouted and we
Quantic Dream, creator of neo-adventure game Indigo Prophecy, have shared with us a trailer for its new adventure thriller Heavy Rain. Part trailer, part tech-demo, this movie called The Casting aired at Sony's E3 booth and stars the voice of French actress Aurelie Bancilhon - whom we hope is this hot in real life. Stealing the show is the incredible transcription of her likeness. This is a powerful testament to not only the sheer muscle of the PS3, but to the ever-increasing production values
Wednesday 17 May 2006
Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory is hoping that its martial arts action game, Heavenly Sword, will be the start of a big franchise for PlayStation 3.
Ninja Theory is "thinking really big in terms of a franchise," the developer's chief technology officer Mike Ball told Edge magazine, continuing, "obviously our focus now is on the first Heavenly Sword but there's a big story to be told beyond that".
Heavenly Sword tells the tale of a young girl called Nariko, the
Konami will be bringing comic-book Hellboy to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PSP next year and has released the first few shots of the brand new game.
Hellboy is a demon summoned by the Nazis but then captured by the US military and raised by their Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense. Since then, he has become the world's greatest paranormal investigator, protecting mankind from the dangers of the underworld.
His unique powers include huge physical strength and agility, as well as being in
• Hellgate: London (WMV, 28.2MB) - right-click to download
Tuesday 16 May 2006
A new trailer of Namco's impressive-looking PC shooter Hellgate: London, due for release this October, has risen from the depths - so we've stuck it the link above, just for you.
The FPS from Flagship Studios will combine blasting action and RPG elements as gamers must use technology and magic in order to survive in a desolate city that has become overrun by demons.
The new footage shows the type of character
Brothers in Arms developer Gearbox Studios is currently working on a gaming version of Heat, the 1995 heist film that starred Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Val Kilmer. Heat is a tense crime thriller directed by Miami Vice director Michael Mann and starring Robert De Niro as the leader of a gang of bank robbers, with Al Pacino as the detective intent on bringing them to justice. The game is currently under consideration for next generation consoles.
Media company Titan Productions has secured