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Publisher Midway held a gigantabulous press event at a convention center hotel outside Las Vegas this week, laying out a big chunk of its upcoming software lineup for the coming months and revealing a few games for the very first time.
We’ve got hands-on info on the big stuff: This is Vegas, TNA Impact Wrestling, Wheelman, and the 360 version of Unreal Tournament III. And if you haven’t yet seen our UK boys’ exclusive
Mistwalker's epic 360 RPG, Blue Dragon, is on its way to DS according to Japanese magazine, Jump.
It is not yet known whether the game will be a brand new adventure or a port of the 360 version, and with the game yet to be officially confirmed, gameplay details are non-existent.
If the news is indeed true, we'd say it's safe to assume it will use the touch screen functionality during battles, and with the 360 version taking on a relatively simple chibi-style anime look, the DS could probably
An overwhelming majority of gamers are male, so it makes perfect sense for every marketing team in the world to target their software at young guys. And what do all men ages 18 to one zillion love? Girls, gore and big loud machines. If they could make a game about a firefighting bikini squad that hunts down zombies in a decked-out sex/fire truck, world peace would be declared. But until that day, we have to settle with regular old T & A.
Developers are well aware of this, so occasionally
Bomberman will be returning to Nintendo DS this November in Bomberman Land Touch! which sees the explosive one in his is own adventure game.
The game's 15-hour story mode has Bomberman exploring a pirate theme park, completing puzzles and competing against AI opponents in a series of minigames. Once these minigames have been unlocked they can then be played against four other players using the Wi-Fi Connection (or up to eight locally). Some of these even make use of DS' microphone, such as
Sept 5, 2007
The singing, dancing, rhythm-action game is no longer exclusive to Wii - as new versions are bound for PS2 and DS before the end of the year. Here's what the DS version looks like.
Boogie on DS comes packaged with 3D glasses - something we last got free in Kellogg's Cornflakes about a billion years ago when Jaws 3D came out at the cinema - so you can view the game in, er, 3D - while wearing the glasses - and it features new modes and mini-games.
(Note to self: don't wear the