Hot on the heels of our exclusive update which revealed new characters, job classes, and plenty of new screenshots for Final Fantasy III, Square Enix has let fly another volley of exciting new screens and info.
Below you will find a pile of brand new images which showcase powers of the the new jobs, such as Geomancer and Viking. You'll also be able to see what it looks like when your character changes
Here's proof that if you keep demanding things, eventually they'll happen. Last year's surprise hit, Trauma Center: Under the Knife will see a second run next month. The surgery simulator blew through its initial run thanks to excellent reviews and rampant word of mouth. Players use the stylus to cut, stitch and remove foreign items from patients (like, say, glass or tiny sharks - you'll see), with each surgery becoming harder and more demanding.
We can also expect to see Trauma Center: Second
Tuesday 27 June 2007
Point Blank DS, the cartoony shooter for Nintendo's dual-screened handheld, has been picked up by publisher Atari for a UK release this winter.
When we reviewed the import version of the game last week, no PAL release had been confirmed. This was something of a disappointment as the game was surprisingly good and proved that console lightgun games could, indeed, be successfully ported to
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Tuesday 27 June 2006
The pinball game will be getting a colourful new twist this July with the release of Flipper Critters for DS from Hungarian developer Zen Studios. Check out the Critter's bizarre take on pinball on the movie link above.
Rather than taking place on a series of pinball tables the ball flipping action occurs on a series of fantastical landscapes that include quaint villages, huge castles and dramatic mountain faces. There's even one
Today, Square Enix has granted GamesRadar exclusive new info, artwork and screens for Final Fantasy III, the upcoming DS remake of one of the company's most important RPGs. Never before seen in the US in its original form, this classic is being re-imagined from the ground up, with all new graphics, characters and gameplay. Today, we give you an early peek into the latest details of the fascinating world of Final Fantasy III. Check below for the hottest screens, and page on through for details
We've got the latest amusing video from the gang creating Rayman Raving Rabbids - just hit the Movies tab above to give it a view. In the second installment of what could be a neverending stream of clips showcasing what Rayman's enemies cannot do, we learn the murderous "rabbids" ain't so hot at housework. Click, smile and wait for the game's inevitable release near the holidays.
There's hardly a rim left to tweak in the Need for Speed universe, so perhaps that's why the series is once again wandering into the wilderness in search of new thrills. EA's newly announced Need for Speed Carbon slams you onto perilous canyon roads that twist and turn through dusty, gusty outdoor settings, but don't worry, you'll still be managing a pimped-out runnin'
Is it possible to not go nuts over giant robots blasting the crap out of each other? As monster-and-mech enthusiasts, we can't get enough, so we've got our fingers crossed extra hard for MechAssault: Phantom War, due out sometime later this year. Our new trailer finally shows some of the many ways you'll be able to cause some mayhem, from hacking into enemy mechs to grabbing an old-fashioned tank and firing away.
Just hit the movies tab to see the action, and be sure to read over the earlier
The Nintendo DS is slowly encroaching on the PSP's multimedia functionality super-party. Next month, Opera Software is releasing a DS web browser in Japan for about $30, adding a whole new level of possibilities for the excessively successful handheld. There'll be two versions, of course - one for DS Lite and one for, as it's now been affectionately named, the DS Phat.
Sadly, there's still no US release date or official price to go on. What's the deal Opera? Don't make us have to pull out our
Today, Nintendo announced the release of Magical Starsign, a brand-new RPG title for the Nintendo DS. Controlled only with the stylus, the game follows the students of the Will O' Wisp magical academy on an adventure to rescue their missing teacher. This isn't any simple jaunt down to the closest dungeon, though - this quest will take the cadre of kids throughout the bounds of their solar system as they encounter massive enemies and rescue their classmates from certain