Originally posted on December 22, 2006
There is no shortage of World War II based games these days but developer, Digital Reality manages to bring something new to this stale setting as it sacrifices historical accuracy for style by injecting a bit of sci-fi technology and lots of fast-paced action into their latest real-time strategy, War Front: Turning Point.
Set in an alternate reality where the assassination of Hitler succeeded, War Front takes a look at what might have happened if the
The pre-nuclear, pre-terrorist age of warfare may not be as explosive and unpredictable as today's modern conflicts, but add in the rare and secret weapons of World War II, and we're interested. Give us full control of this experimental arsenal, and we're
Care for some diplomacy with your strategy sandwich, sir? Check out War Leaders: Clash of Nations, a historical strategy game where you'll assume the role of the diplomat and battlefield general. Like the immensely popular Total War series, War Leaders is split into two important parts: strategy and tactics. You'll have an opportunity to show your smarts in the intricate, turn-based management and diplomacy half of the game. Failing that, settle your differences and expand your empire by taking
War of the Roses is on its way to being Paradox Interactive's biggest project to date. A new IP that has been described as a "massive team-based multiplayer melee combat experience," the team behind it doesn't know exactly how many people it's going to support yet...
Paradox Interactive and developer Fatshark have teamed up during the week of GDC to unveil a new trailer for their upcoming massive multiplayer game, War of the Roses. At a press event in San Francisco, they also let us go medieval on one another with a hands-on demo...
We sit down with the developers of the medieval, multiplayer combat title, War of the Roses, and walk through the intricacies of armoring up and hacking soldiers to death with a really big axe.
The War of the Worlds is not what we were expecting when we heard that Paramount was debuting a game based on the property at E3. We figured the game would be a 3D action game of some kind, perhaps one based on Spielberg’s Tom Cruise film. We’re happy to report that this isn’t the case—citing the early rotoscoped PC adventure games of the ‘90s, the developers have crafted The War of the Worlds as a 2D puzzle adventure that takes place around the same time of the...
War of the Worlds, the book, is perhaps the most recognizable title in science
fiction. The War of the Worlds, the radio drama, famously inspired mass panic in its listeners. The War of the Worlds, the films, have earned
Academy Awards and hundreds of millions of dollars.
what is special and memorable about The War of the Worlds, the videogame, due
on XBLA and PSN late this year? Find out in our full-access video preview, featuring Martian insects, violent electrocution, Out of This World references, narration by the mesmerizing Patrick Stewart and more...
If you've never played a team-based war game before, War Rock could be your gateway drug. Join a team, pick a class (scout, engineer, medic, combat, or heavy weapons trooper) and jump head first into an all-out war with up to 63 other players.
It's a poor man's Battlefield 2, to be sure, but its lack of top-notch graphics and polish is offset greatly by the fact that it's one hundred percent free to download and play. Between that and it's relatively modest system requirements, War Rock could
This creepy survival horror game marks the debut of a new development studio, Renegade Kid. Their ambitious first effort promises plenty of gory frights served up with impressive graphics, as players roam a derelict hospital and uncover some unnervingly grotesque surgical experiments.
It has real-time lighting, which is probably a first on DS, allowing for the use of a convincing flashlight to illuminate the gloomy corridors of the hospital. The lead character is a man who wakes up to find