Wednesday 12 April 2006
The eagerly anticipated Halo 3 will be a free-form prequel boasting persistent worlds, four-player co-op and non-linear evolving gameplay, and will be named Forerunner.
The Forerunner were techno-savvy aliens who created the colossal Halo artefacts and then disappeared. These details appeared after US gaming magazine Game Informer enjoyed an exclusive audience with Bungie, where it was also claimed that the new game will not continue the Halo story from where Halo 2
Sony is on target for its global launch of PS3 this November, according to the company's president of worldwide studios, Phil Harrison, who has asserted that the gaming giant is in the best possible position for meeting the
Call of Duty 2 players who download the latest patch will find two new multiplayer levels, including a rework of "Harbor," a fan favorite from the original Call of Duty that pits the Russians against the German Wehrmacht in the grenade-friendly shipping port of Rostov, Russia.
Rhine, the second battlefield, will let you follow the 2nd Rangers through the war-torn streets of Wallendar, Germany, in what was historically some of the most brutal urban combat of World War
Nintendo's Revolution console will launch with around 20 games and will be cheaper than Xbox 360 - that's the latest news from around the Nintendo campfire according to company bigwig George Harrison.
Harrison, Nintendo of America's senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications, has indicated that Revolution will probably have around 20 games available when the console launches and that "maybe a third" of those will be in-house Nintendo creations.
The Nintendo VP also
Tuesday 11 April 2006
As if we weren't excited enough about this summer's World Cup, EA has chosen to whet our appetites further still with a fresh batch of Xbox 360 screens of its officially licensed 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany.
And while we're sure the gaming scene is very big in Argentina, it would have been nice if EA had shown us the England side lifting the trophy instead. Still, you'll be able to take your chosen team all the way to glory and bring the Jules Rimet home to every major
Tuesday 11 April 2006
Nintendo's Revolution console will launch with around 20 games and will be cheaper than Xbox 360, that's the latest news from around the Nintendo camp fire according to company bigwig, George Harrison.
Harrison, who is Nintendo of America's senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications, has indicated that Revolution will probably have around 20 games available when the console launches and that "maybe a third" of those will be in-house Nintendo
Tuesday 11 April 2006
Buena Vista Games has announced The Wild, a GBA game based on an upcoming Disney movie - and we've rounded up some screens for you to take a gander at.
Casting you as Samson the lion, it's your job to escape the New York City Zoo and rescue Samson's son, Ryan, who's been accidentally shipped back to the wild. By teaming up with a squirrel named Benny, Samson has to make his way back to the jungle and save his offspring - presumably before he's been shot, stuffed and
Crashing into battle with a +1 advantage for surprise come these screens of humans versus the rat-like Skaven in the upcoming real-time strategy stunner for the PC, Warhammer: Mark of Chaos. Based on Games Workshop's fantasy tabletop game and created by Black Hole Entertainment, this RTS title will not only feature four separate armies but also includes the chance to add mercenaries to the massed ranks of High Elves, Empire, Chaos and Skaven
Remember the PC real-time strategy game Homeworld, and its sequel, Homeworld Cataclysm? You commanded an armada of spaceships in battle against asteroids, enemies, and anytihng else that needed blown right out of the inky blackness? No? Okay, do you remember the TV show Battlestar Galactica, either the cheesy '80s version or the one currently on Sci-Fi Channel? That's what Sword of the Stars is. Explore, expand, exploit and exterminate as one of four races in a game that combines genius
Take a look at this new trailer for Valve's Half-Life 2: Episode One, the upcoming episodic add-on to the awesome sci-fi shooter Half-Life 2, reacquainting you with the mysterious goings on in City 17.
The footage shows Alyx leading you in an escape from the crumbling Combine Citadel, the veritable hornet's nest of the enemy, as well as some exciting sessions of action on the Antlion and zombie-infested streets of the city. Episode One isn't available until May 31 but, on the strength of