LittleBigPlanet and Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts are the big user created content-focused games that everyone's talking about, but Line Rider got there first.
Physics geeks and people with very few friends have been addicted to the simple PC flash game for years, in which you draw an obstacle course on a blank sheet and set a little man in a physics-controlled loose to slide down it.
This is the first version of the
The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon will be coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PlayStation 2 and DS this autumn. PS3/360 shots right here.
Both Elijah Wood and Gary Oldman will return to voice Spyro and mentor Ignitus respectively, and the pair will also be joined by Christina Ricci and Mark Hamill. Our childhood hero and adolescent fantasy girl together at last! Sweet!
Dubbed the last chapter in the Spyro
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.
LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures will support up to four player co-operative play on console versions of the game, LucasArts has revealed. While the puzzles are designed around two player co-operation, up to four characters can journey together through eighteen levels parodying the original movies. The game will focus more on adventuring and puzzle-solving than the action-orientated play of the previous LEGO Star Wars titles.
LEGO Indiana Jones has been kept in a manila folder stamped "Top Secret," but finally the first concrete details have emerged via the latest edition of UK gaming magazine, Edge. Dealing with basic nuts and bolts first, LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures parodies the three Spielberg-directed movies that released in the 1980s. The game is broken down into three chapters and 18 levels, and stars LEGO-ised renditions of all the main
In a blow to Wii owners praying for new games, a US retailer has listed the DS game Lost in Blue as a goer for Wii later this year.
For those who didn't play it, Lost in Blue was an adventure game where players took control of teenager Keith who is stranded on a desert island with the visually impaired teen, Skye.
During the day, Keith must explore the island, while gathering food and supplies to bring back to the cave he and Skye live in, so she can cook him his evening meal.
Jan 8, 2008
There's no reason whatsoever that Lego Batman shouldn't be quality, considering it's coming from Lego Star Wars crew Traveller's Tales. New screenshots have been
Nov 13, 2007
Details on the storyline for the LEGO Batman game along with info on playable characters has materialised in the wake of the first teaser trailer hitting the 'net.
Obviously you slip into the Caped Crusader's boots - and sidekick Robin's - and crime-bust in what we're promised is an "interactive" LEGO Gotham City (whatever that means), but Warner Bros. has whispered in our shell-like ears that players will additionally get to control villains in the
Nov 12, 2007
The first official teaser trailer has appeared online for LEGO Batman.
The second LEGO tie-in from the studio (and with LEGO Indiana Jones on the way) carries the same old PR tag-line, with TT hoping to take both franchises "and make something unique."
Well Star Wars wasn't all that original, but it was certainly bloody good fun (and you can get the missus to play it as well).
So far we know pretty much bugger all about Batman, but we reckon it's safe to assume Robin, The Joker
Oct 12, 2007
Phantom Hourglass is a little easier than most of the other Zelda titles, but that doesn't mean it's a total cakewalk. To lend a helping hand, we've constructed this fast-pass guide. Seeing as you're savvy enough to be on GamesRadar, playing Zelda and looking up help, we're going to assume you've played a little Zelda in your day. Therefore, we're not going to bore you with every last detail. If the route is simple, we'll say "advance" or "move on." If there's a puzzle the