Dec 3, 2007
It could well turn out that Tomb Raider Underworld is the name Eidos will slap on Lara Croft's next adventure.
Reports indicate that the publisher has filed for trademark of the phrase 'Tomb Raider Underworld' with the Patent and Trademark Office.
'Underworld' has led to speculation that the new Tomb Raider game may find Croft mixing it up with seedy criminal elements, but it could of course just be a reference to the core of the sequel involving underground antics. Either way,
27 Nov, 2007
For a time of peace on earth, theres going to be a lot of stress and killing around this Christmas. Just think about this winters biggest games. Whether its COD4s visceral gunfire tearing apart wall and limb alike, the bloody back-stabbing business of the always-hounded Altair, or Kane and Lynch just being plain old sociopathic, the jovial festival of light and wonder really is looking like a quite brutal one this year.
We need a way to combat this, and preferably one which
Sept 20, 2007
New screenshots highlighting Thrillville: Off the Rails' 34 minigames have rolled in. But not all these minigames will be new to fans of the franchise, as 20 of them will be returning from the original.
Highlights of the new minigames include Robo K.O., which will feature rock 'em sock 'em boxing robots, Bandito Chinchilla, which sports some side-scrolling action, and Tank Frenzy, a vertical shooter.
To check out all the platform-specific screens, click below:
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Aug 22, 2007
One of the best in-gags in gaming history is the "Lara Nude Cheat." For all the old Tomb Raider games, Core would leak a cheat that claimed to turn Lara naked. In reality, once you'd managed to pull off the complex moves, your only reward was to watch your heroine violently explode with a scream, her arms, legs and head flying off in different directions.
Gone are such innocent times, thanks to the mod scene. Now you can have Lara look any way you wish in TR: Anniversary...
If you never see the point of buying every yearly update of EA's sports titles, EA's about to give you one: from September 1 it will begin shutting down the online servers for most of its 2006-edition sports titles.
As of that date, the online gameplay options on games like FIFA World Cup 2006, NBA Live 06, Madden 06 and Tiger Woods 06 will be rendered useless on all formats including PC.
This means you'll have to purchase the newer editions of the games to continue the fight via the web, or
The recently released Resident Evil 5 trailer is currently causing a storm of debate across the internet after one critic - a single, solitary person writing on a blog - fingered the game as being racist in its depiction of black people as "inhuman savages" and for the fact that a white man in military clothing is employed to destroy them. It's an interesting opinion, certainly, but one that we happen to think is wrong.
While a cursory glance at Resident Evil 5 may give the impression that
Namco Bandai has revealed four new games in its popular Tales series for Nintendo and Sony platforms, in the pages of Japanese Famitsu magazine.
The mag confirms a sequel to GameCube RPG Tales of Symphonia for Wii, as well as new entry Tales of Innocence for Nintendo DS. PSP meanwhile gets the aptly named Tales of Rebirth, while PS2 will see Tales of Destiny arrive. That's a lot of tales.
We're still scouring Famitsu with a fine magnifying glass, but the DS entry seems to be an entirely new
Like many franchises that refuse to die, Transformers have kept coming back for years since their inception - and for good reason - the concept works. Gigantic robots turn into mundane vehicles. Here we have a quick rundown of the entire series to gear us up for the upcoming film and game of the same
If there's one thing that can get you pumped to play a game, it's a rockin' intro. Even in this age of overblown cinematics and increasingly elaborate plots spiraling into gaming oblivion, there's something about a few guitar licks and a hint of action that get the gamer juices flowing. Ever since consoles started kicking out high quality music and graphics in the early 90s, we've been addicted to the art of the intro.
7. Ys: The Ark of Napishtim (PlayStation 2, 2005)
When this game hit the
The ESRB (the men in suits that give our games their ratings) has updated its website to include five entries for the recently released Tomb Raider: Anniversary on PS2 and PC (PSP version to follow soon).
Update: We have just received a "no comment" from Eidos. When contacted we got the "statement" before we even had chance to say "Hello Eidos, it's GamesRadar." Busy day for Eidos PR. Update out
The five entries are the names of the levels from Tomb Raider: Anniversary: