We've been hit by a salvo of eye-burstingly good images from Stranglehold, Midway's John Woo-inspired bullet festival for PS3, PC and Xbox 360.
The game stars a digital version of Hong Kong cinema hero Chow Yun-Fat, and features the sort of high-action gun battles that he's famous for - complete with twin pistols, restaurant shootouts and dodging acrobatics.
As a bonus, we've also got some footage of the game in full flow - just click the movie tab on the right to treat your eyes to the
Take a look at these fantastic screens for Unreal Tournament 2007, due to smash home on PC later this year - and sure to grace next-gen consoles sometime in the future, too.
Apart from the stupendous amount of detail, the most exciting feature of the latest Unreal Tourney has to be the chonking great vehicles you can now roar around the levels in, promoting the sort of gunner and driver teamplay that makes Battlefield 2 so much fun.
The brilliant looking characters ought to be fully
Sony may be ready to admit that the launch of its next-gen console, PlayStation 3, will be delayed.
An unnamed Sony spokesperson has admitted that problems finalising the specs of Blu-ray - the new media format that PS3 will use - could well cause the console to miss its predicted May launch.
Rumours have been circulating for some time about a possible PS3 delay but Sony has always remained adamant that it would be ready for a spring release.
"Sony has not begun taking orders yet, which
Sony is preparing to launch Blu-ray, the new high definition video format to be used by PlayStation 3, with the first Blu-ray player hitting the US on 23 May at a bank-breaking cost of $999 (around £570).
The sky-high price tag suggests that PlayStation 3 could be similarly expensive - especially as Sony is still stating that PS3 has a May release date, despite rumours that the launch will be delayed.
The stand-alone Blu-ray player - which has the catchy name of BD-P1000 - is being
Here's a bunch of lush new shots from Splinter Cell Double Agent on Xbox 360 showing off the game's next-gen sheen, and hopefully easing the pain of having to wait until September to finally go undercover with Mr Fisher.
Double Agent regularly buddies you up with AI comrades to assist in completing your mission, exploiting the hugely popular co-op gameplay from Splinter Cell Chaos Theory. You can see Sam and a fellow convict assaulting a guard in a classic pincer movement in these screens.
Nintendo will announce a new franchise for Revolution at the annual E3 games show this May, with the goal of creating another big success story like gaming behemoths Zelda, Mario and Nintendogs.
"This year's E3 will be Revolution's coming out party", according to Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo's executive vice president of sales and marketing. In an online interview Reggie confirmed that new franchises and "a lot of information" will be uncovered at this year's event.
Reggie also revealed further
The Legend of Zelda will support the use of Nintendo's Revolution controller, it has recently emerged.
National Geographic Kids magazine was recently invited to Japan by Nintendo to actually play with the controller but unfortunately the rather vague article has raised more questions than it's answered.
The magazine has reported that its team members used the Revolution controller with Donkey Konga, Super Smash Bros and a Zelda game, but hasn't specified if these games were the GameCube
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will be playable on Nintendo's Revolution and will be released close to the console's launch date in the UK - which is confirmed as arriving in late 2006 - according to an exclusive news scoop in the January issue of NGC.
While also still set for release on GameCube, the new Zelda adventure will contain special features enabling players to make use of Revolution's controller, so when the disc is inserted into Revolution it will give the player the option
Darkfall is in new massively multiplayer RPG in development by Aventurine who believes its online world could be the biggest one ever created.
The game takes place in the mystical world of Agon, which is a seamless online environment with numerous terrains such huge mountain ranges and hundreds of islands that are perfect for establishing secret bases.
Agon also has six capital cities one for each of the races featured in the game: Alfar of Nagast, Dwarves of Dvergheim, Humans of Mercia,
A Nintendo executive has started hinting that the company wants World Of Warcraft-style massively multiplayer online games to appear on its next-gen console, Revolution.
"I hope [MMOs] are really explored on this system. That's a genre, from the home console standpoint, that really hasn't been explored very well," Reggie Fils-Aime, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Nintendo of America, told CNN recently.
And while Reggie was daydreaming so publicly about getting the big N on