Farming may be dying as an industry, but as a video game career it’s thriving. Farming games must strike some evolutionary nerve regarding the need to grow food. And Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns promises yet another million tons of fake crops...
Harvest Moons tend to come in two distinct styles: toil-all-your-working-days, salty sweat flavor; and a milder get-to-know-your-neighbors with moderate farming variety - as seen in the narrative of GameCubes A Wonderful Life. The Wii-bound Harvest Moon falls into the second category, revealing a tale of natural woe that requires a mix of intensive agriculture and community action to
Like giant mechs and fast-paced shooters? Then Hawken is the FPS of your wildest dreams. After anticipating hands-on with the game for months, we got the chance to play it at E3 – and despite our high expectations, we were still blown away…
Hawken is shaping up to be an excellent multiplayer mech combat game. And we've played it on MadCatz' new S.T.R.I.K.E.7 Gaming keyboard. It's got a high resolution touchscreen for macros. It's got detachable bits. Overall, using it is a lot like being an actual mech pilot in the actual future. Mummy...
After years of being ignored, the mech genre is back in a big way. That goes double for Hawken, the free-to-play game that's wowed us every time we've seen it. Check out this footage from PAX 2012 to see if it's the mech game you've been waiting for...
Tuesday 16 May 2006
After confirming the existence of Haze, Free Radical's next-gen and PC shooter, Ubisoft was keen to show us just how the game will turn out. So we've been bombarded with the first in-game action, and now we're going to tell you all about it.
As we've already reported, Haze is set in a future world where wars are fought by corporate armies and biotechnology has reached an incredibly advanced level. As the leader in the field of both biotech and mercenary combat, the Mantel
After confirming the existence of Haze, devloper Free Radical's next-gen and PC shooter, Ubisoft was keen to show us just how the game will turn out. So we've been bombarded with the first in-game action, and now we're going to tell you all about it.
Haze is set in a future world where wars are fought by corporate armies and biotechnology has reached an incredibly advanced level. As the leader in the field of both biotech and mercenary combat, the Mantel corporation brings the two fields
Its difficult not to have a soft spot for likeable cartoon shooter Timesplitters, even if it did look a little bit, well, French. But next-gen debut Haze is set to take a more serious outlook. Gone are the pop culture stereotypes, in are moral questions about life, death and the life of a soldier. No,
The honeycombed body armor of the biologically enhanced guns for hire in Haze didn't exactly excite us at first glance. After all, their bee-like design looks better suited for pumping up cereal with some nutritionally balanced breakfast fun than putting a sting on sinister international conspiracies.
But despite the somewhat silly looking character design, Haze sports what promises to be a chilling and mature story. The game throws you in the shoes of Shane Carpenter, a soldier of fortune
At first glance, Haze looks like a generic shooter with stereotypical marine jocks in armored suits shooting up terrorists in the name of freedom. But looks can be deceiving, and in Haze, nothing is as it seems. You’ll play the role of Shane Carpenter. Fresh out of college and full of good intentions, Carpenter joins the ranks of Mantel Global Industries, a private army for hire that sells its services for the good of