International killer of mystery, Agent 47, has recently been set up with a revamped website to showcase his latest assassin antics in his upcoming game, Hitman: Blood Money. The new site (www.hitmanbloodmoney.com) features new screens and videos, but you can save a pile of time and just scope them here instead.
Hitting the States for the first time, Agent 47 comes strapped with a new repertoire of killing moves and a system for upgrading his weapons arsenal. Blood Money will also record 47's
Valve has confirmed today that Half-Life 2: Episode Two is in development, continuing Valve's drive into brand new episodic content for Half-Life 2 after announcing Episode One last week.
Episode One - which was originally titled Aftermath - will follow in the "more questions than answers" style of Half-Life 2, with no all-encompassing conclusion to tie up the hundreds of plot-lines. Instead, the expansion will explore what has happened to both the Combine Citadel and Dr Breen after Gordon's
Microsoft chief Bill Gates has been speaking about Halo 3 for Xbox 360 and believes that it will be a "super great product."
Bill also revealed that Bungie will be given all the time it needs to make the intergalactic FPS a killer-app for Xbox 360.
"It's up to the team when it wants to ship Halo 3 and it's going to take its time to make the game a super great product. So even we don't know when it will come out," he told Engadget.com.
He also took time to discuss the upcoming hardware battle
Microsoft has announced that Halo 2, the hugely successful shoot-'em-up sequel, is on its way to PC, but will only be playable on the Windows Vista operating system.
Currently being developed by a Microsoft Game Studios team in conjunction with Halo creators Bungie, the PC version will include all the single and multiplayer action of the Xbox original as well as the extra content available in the Halo 2 Multiplayer Map Pack.
While all this is very exciting, the real news is Microsoft's
Here are the latest shots of Half-Life 2: Aftermath illustrating just how kick-ass the raven-haired heroine Alyx will be in this expansion pack of 2004's smash hit
While busy , Capcom have also released some new screens for intriguing survival horror title Haunting Ground.For anyone unfamiliar with the premise, the story follows the tribulations of unlucky 18-year-old Fiona Belli after she regains consciousness from a horrific accident and finds herself locked inside an old castle.Capcom offer a unique twist to the survival horror formula by teaming Fiona up with Hewie, a white shepherd dog. As you can probably guess, Fiona's four-legged companion proves
Despite the fact that The Settlers Heritage of Kings hasn't set foot on this sceptred isle yet, a second wave is of Teutonic invaders are already being planned.Announced on the German version of , this add-on pack will include new types of land including marshes and moorland, a variety of fresh heroes, new buildings such as the tavern and the chance to build bridges.
Of course the solo mode will be bolstered with a new campaign and map-building mode, with extra levels being added to the
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Electronic Arts have announced that the forthcoming PS2 version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - which we first caught sight of back in December - will support Sony's EyeToy. This not only marks the first time an EA game will be compatible with the camera peripheral but it is also the first third-party title to offer EyeToy compatibility.
The Prisoner of Azkaban - the third game in the Potter series - gives gamers the chance to play as both Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, as
Eidos have released the first gameplay screenshots of Hitman: Contracts, the latest title in their third-person assassin-fest, which always proves to be an interesting and violent excursion into the dark underworld of scum-sucking evil types.Details are sketchy at present but Agent 47 will be visiting Paris, England, Romania, Hong Kong and Siberia. Romania is home to the slaughterhouse level, which brings us to the two newly revealed characters - Meat King and his imaginatively named sibling