If you tried to imagine something, maybe it would be a master chef, figure skaters, or babyz. That was about the extent of Ubisoft’s demands of your imagination, until now. From here on they ask you to imagine a rock star, with Imagine Rock Star.The sixth game in the Imagine series, which has sold a perplexing 3 million copies worldwide, Imagine Rock Star is Ubisoft’s attempt at a youth version of rhythm games like Guitar Hero and
Coinciding with the new film, Sega has scheduled the release of the movie tie-in game, The Incredible Hulk, for June 2008 on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, DS, PS2 and PC. The game will feature moments from the film, as well as additional plotlines and characters drawn from the Marvel universe. Taking control of the Hulk himself, players can smash through anything in their paths and even use the debris as weaponry. According to Sega, damage is persistent
Yeah, we'll give E3 its props. But the last thing we needed is another ginormous game expo that lets the big boy publishers hog the spotlight and peddle their billion dollar franchises front and center. Enter the grassroots showcase, Expo for Interactive Entertainment: Independent and Original - or more preferably pronounced as the sing-songy EIEIO.
Remember when the US decided to remake that Japanese cooking show starring William Shatner instead of an actual epicurean? Well, fear not - Black Lantern’s game, Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine, is based on the good US version of the show, Iron Chef America. In the show, contestants are given a special ingredient or theme that’s the basis for 5 dishes they have to cook in 60 minutes. If they can’t finish or their creations
Some people say you can have too much of a good thing, but we say they can bugger right off. A cake is good, right? But are two cakes bad? No, theyre just more cake, and we like cake so well take all we can get. Om nom nom.
In gaming terms, the only thing better than a great videogame is a great videogame that acts as the start of a great franchise. Final Fantasy, Burnout, Super Mario Bros… We love them not only because theyre great but also because of what they later gave us. The only
Nov 5, 2007
Eat your heart out, Spider-Man.
The Iron Man game was first unveiled at this year's E3, and we were far from impressed about what we were looking at during the live action demo. That early on, it looked like any other superhero game and we all know how badly they do.
But look at that 360 screen down below. Does that look so bad? Click on the Images tab if you need more
Let the haters and the old ladies complain about how those newfangled video computer games teach us to be killers; we've always taken the view that violent games are a pressure valve for blowing off steam in a harmless way. Don't believe it? Play something fierce and bloody the next time you're in a really bad mood, and then try telling us you didn't feel better afterward.
But why stop there? If games can keep you from climbing a clock tower and expressing your inner pain in the form of
The semi-popular Cartoon Network anime Inuyasha is headed for the Nintendo DS with a new RPG, and we've got the first screens and video for your perusal. When it arrives next year, Inuyasha: Secret of the Divine Jewel will feature an original storyline for the white-haired half-demon and his friends, as well as new characters for them to throw down
Spidey, Hulk and the X-Men may serve Activision, but everyone's favorite (only?) drunken millionaire playboy is coming to next-gen systems courtesy of Sega. The publisher giant has secured rights to both the comic book version of Iron Man and the forthcoming film, due May 2, 2008. Not that excited? How's this: Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, Iron Man's true identity. Dude. It's a perfect
When it comes to the handheld console war, Square Enix has very obviously thrown its weight in one corner. With the all-new remake of Final Fantasy III coming to the US this fall, it should be obvious which horse the world-renown RPG maker is backing.
But if you needed more evidence, here it is: today, via the Japanese edition of Shonen Jump magazine, Square Enix has announced two new games for the Nintendo DS.
It's a Wonderful World (or, in Japanese, Subarashiki Kono Sekai) is a brand new