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Tuesday 25 April 2006
Activision has confirmed that all the major X-Men characters in upcoming X-Men: The Official Game will be voiced by the stars of the movie, and has released new game trailers showing Iceman and baddie the Silver Samurai in action.
Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Alan Cumming and Shawn Ashmore will provide the voices for
Every gamer's taken a crack at Final Fantasy. The latest in the series, the long-awaited Final Fantasy XII, is set to debut later this year, maybe as the PlayStation 2's last massive classic. But today Square Enix, the company behind the series, is set to show that it has a lot more to offer than a single epic adventure.
Final Fantasy XII
We just can't kill Dracula enough. After last year's utterly outstanding adventure, Dawn of Sorrow, you'd be right to wonder how Konami could top its soul-stealing action. How about controlling two characters at once and summoning demons to do your bidding? That might work.
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin will take a stab at outdoing one of 2005's best games when it arrives on November 15. You'll be able to switch between vampire hunter Jonathan Morris and magic-wielding Charlotte Orlean at any
Friday 21 April 2006
Konami's long running vampire action series Castlevania will return to Nintendo DS this November with Portrait of Ruin.
The new game is being devised by series creator Koji Igarashi and will feature a new character swapping system. Gamers will be able to flick between control of vampire hunter Jonathan Morris and a young girl with magical powers called Charlotte Orlean, who have joined forces to foil a plot to resurrect Dracula's Castle.
The original DS Castlevania game,
If stories of one boy, an empire in trouble and a rather fortunate dragon egg are your cup of tea, you'll no doubt be pleased to hear that publisher Vivendi will be bringing the game version of forthcoming fantasy movie Eragon to multiple consoles later this year.
The game will be appearing on Xbox 360, Xbox, PS2, PSP, GBA, DS and PC in various guises - with no sign of a GameCube version, though - and will be given its first showing at E3 next month.
On consoles and PC, developer Stormfront
Before the hype machine for September's CG flick Open Season can even begin, Ubisoft is already letting people know about their video game adaptation. In the grand tradition of Ice Age, Madagascar and Over the Hedge, you control grotesquely disproportioned animals as they engage in wacky hijinx. But this time you're wild animals looking to give inept hunters a hard time. This from Ubisoft Montreal - yes, the same Ubisoft Montreal that creates the consistently fantastic Splinter Cell stealth
Thursday 13 April 2006
Mario and Luigi return to DS this summer in New Super Mario Bros, complete with a selection of minigames for some four-player WiFi action - and we've come up with some brand new screens to show you what to expect.
There's also a bunch of new images showing the single-player game, with underwater levels, Bowser boss battles and super-sized Mario powerups. Just navigate your eyes to the top of this page and click the image tab to see the pretty
Wednesday 12 April 2006
With Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy warping towards an autumn release, we don't need any excuse to provide you with some great new screenshots of the fantastically plastic cast - just click on the image tab above to see the toy stars up
Tuesday 11 April 2006
Buena Vista Games has announced The Wild, a GBA game based on an upcoming Disney movie - and we've rounded up some screens for you to take a gander at.
Casting you as Samson the lion, it's your job to escape the New York City Zoo and rescue Samson's son, Ryan, who's been accidentally shipped back to the wild. By teaming up with a squirrel named Benny, Samson has to make his way back to the jungle and save his offspring - presumably before he's been shot, stuffed and
Critically beloved but still not the most popular kid in class, the funky-haired, no-limbed Rayman is still chugging along. Today, we learned he's getting a fourth game, which publisher Ubisoft announced will hit stores in time for the