The E3 demo of Atari's racing sim Test Drive Unlimited will be available to play on Xbox Live this week.
Microsoft is so hot for Xbox Live members to experience the magic of E3 via downloadable content on the online service that owners will be granted free Gold memberships for E3 week (Monday, May 8 until Sunday, May 14).
Test Drive Unlimited is a massively open online racing game that allows gamers to visit top sports car garages, get behind the wheels of the world's sexiest cars and take
It was the moment all of video gaming-dom has been waiting for since last E3: Sony's grand high mucky-muck Ken Kutaragi, on the stage of Sony's pre-E3 press conference, officially announced that the boomerang-shaped PS3 controller revealed last year was officially dead.
Not only that, but the new controller design wasn't actually very new at all. When he trotted it out and said, "This is the final PlayStation 3 controller," the audience actually laughed. It turns out the PS3 controller looks
There's something primal about action RPGs. At their heart, they can usually be summed up as “go from point A to point B, kill everything that moves in between.” However, as some smart guy once said, sometimes the journey is the destination, and that's what makes Mage Knight: Apocalypse so interesting. It's basically another action RPG, but it looks like a supermodel with a sword and has a few intriguing
For the first time, the World of Mana (as Square Enix has dubbed the franchise they've let simmer for the last decade) is getting the full 3D treatment in this action-oriented fantasy epic. A genuine "sequel" to the original 2D title Secret of Mana, Dawn of Mana tells the story of where the Sword of Mana came from and the ancient legend behind the Mana Tree itself. That sounds a little more like a prequel to us, but after witnessing the vividly colored characters and incredibly interactable
Today, Square Enix revealed that the US version of Final Fantasy XII will be released on the PS2 this
Square Enix announced today that they're planning to help give the Nintendo Wii a little boost for its launch with the wildly physical Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors. Imagine using the Wii controller as the hilt of a genuine sword with every slash perfectly mirrored on the screen in a first-person format. We only got the slightest of glimpses at a mock-up of the game in action, but the promise of a more immersive experience than the Sony EyeToy has all the hairs
Today, Square Enix shockingly revealed three games bearing the title Final Fantasy XIII - two of them exclusive to the PlayStation 3.
Final Fantasy XIII is an RPG… we think. Details are slimmer than slim at the moment. The trailer shown at the Square Enix press conference started with gorgeous cinematics, as you'd expect a Final Fantasy should. The cinemas showed a lone female warrior, much in the mold of the gunslinging Yuna from Final Fantasy X-2 or Ashe from the upcoming Final
Sure, Super DBZ may look like just another entry in Atari's never-ending string of 3D Dragon Ball punch-ups, but dont let the similar presentation fool you. This is meant to be a more serious fighting game; an attempt to bring the series to an older, more savvy crowd by using traditional fighting game mechanics and combo-heavy gameplay. And there's no greater evidence of that than the game's developer: Craft & Meister, headed up by Noritaka Funamizu. It's okay if you don't know the name, but
Call of Duty 3 was officially confirmed this morning by Activision. The latest chapter in the World War II shooter series is currently in development for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. All versions are due to be released this fall.
Very little was announced beyond those core details. We do know that the game deals with the Liberation of Paris, which pegs the action in late 1944. That was the final stage of Operation Overlord, better known to many as the
Here is a lovely, gloomy new shot of Namco's first-person RPG Hellgate: London, with more to feast your eyes on if you click on the images tab above.
Developed by the group of ex-Blizzard employees known as Flagship Studios, the game is set in the near future where the demonic invasion of the capital has divided the city between the netherworld Cabalists and the noble