Microsoft's driving simulator took the Xbox audience by storm, and the sequel is set to improve on the original in every way. Check out this slick video which not only will give you an idea of how good the game will look, but also the style and polish the company intends to put into the game this time around. It's still early, but if you love a good race, you can't pass up clicking on the "movies" tab above and checking it
Thursday 11 May 2006
After Monday's news that an expansion pack for Vivendi's supernatural shooter, FEAR, is in the works, we've managed to nab a handful of the first screenshots of Extraction Point, which will be released for PC this autumn.
Extraction Point picks up the action where the original game left off with the First Encounter Assault Recon team returning to battle against an invasion of demons in a devastated city.
As you'd expect from an expansion pack there will be new weaponry to
The history of the Final Fantasy series is notoriously spotty in the US. But we all know the series is a mega-hit, now, too. The last game to make its journey to the U.S. is Final Fantasy III, which is being remade from scratch for the Nintendo DS. Featuring full 3D graphics and tweaked gameplay, this is another adventure that fans who loved the GBA remakes will gobble up.
According to the team behind the game, the idea was not to give a whole new experienced but instead to offer the original
Wednesday 10 May 2006
Microsoft has announced that Forza Motorsport 2 will be realised for Xbox 360 this winter.
The continuation of Microsoft's racing franchise was announced at the company's pre-E3 conference, as was the release of a new peripheral to use with the game - a wireless, force-feedback steering wheel.
Forza 2 will now have over 300 cars to collect, race and customise, and 60 tracks, to include 13 real licensed tracks such as Silverstone and the Tsukuba circuit.
Tuesday 9 May 2006
Square Enix has used its E3 press conference to reveal two brand new games bearing the title Final Fantasy XIII and both of them are exclusive to PlayStation 3.
Final Fantasy XIII is an RPG... or at least we think so - details are slimmer than slim at the moment. The trailer shown at the Square Enix press conference started with gorgeous visuals that were beautifully shot, exactly what you'd expect from a Final Fantasy title.
The movie showed a lone female warrior in a
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Tuesday 9 May 2006
Sony has revealed just how its long running Formula One series will look now that it's powered by PlayStation 3 - and how PSP can work as a wing mirror during races - with these new Formula One 06 screenshots and a movie.
From the image below - and the others accessible by clicking the images tab above - the most obvious difference is the quality of the graphics, which are now far more photo realistic than they
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
Monday 8 May 2006
An expansion pack for Vivendi's supernatural PC FPS, FEAR, is currently in development and is due for release this autumn. Called FEAR Extraction Point, the expansion is in development by TimeGate Studios in conjunction with Monolith, the creator of the original game.
Extraction Point will pick up the action where the first game left off with the First Encounter Assault Recon team returning to fight supernatural minions in a destroyed city. The pack will include new