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.
We got our hands on a video of Rayman Raving Rabbids that proves, beyond the shadow of doubt, that rabbits are ill-equipped to play soccer. Why Ubisoft thought we needed a video to make that point, we're not sure (bunnies are typically smaller than a soccer ball, after all), but it's fun nonetheless. Click here to peep the
We got some curious footage of the Rayman development team apparently under siege by nefarious rabbits - or rather, "rabbids." We'd heard that Rayman Raving Rabbids was about bunnies wreaking havoc on the Rayman world, but we had no idea that they had escaped the development environment to harass real, flesh-and-blood people in France.
We've picked up a few new screens of these hateful hares in their "natural" digital environment (which Ubisoft has confirmed is Wii along with "current and
The happy-go-lucky world of Rayman is about to get overrun by some zany bunnies. Ubisoft announced today that the fourth installment of the Rayman series has been infiltrated by a pack of fuzzy yet totally deranged
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
Thursday 6 April 2006
Publisher Ubisoft has announced that it will release Rayman 4 this Christmas for next-gen and current-gen machines. Michel Ancel, superstar creator of platforming hero Rayman and the excellent Beyond Good & Evil, will spearhead the development of the latest game in the cartoon action series.
Ubisoft expects the new Rayman "to sweep players off their feet," an ambitious leap for the decade-spanning Rayman series. But with Ancel at the creative wheel, we're hoping Rayman
In what's slowly becoming an ongoing saga of video updates, Midway's dropped another set of monsters you'll see in the upcoming basher Rampage: Total Destruction. We've neatly packaged this release, plus the previous four for your viewing pleasure. Just click the "Movies" tab
Sometimes you just don't need or want a riveting storyline or cutting edge, senses-shattering graphics. You want mindless destruction. How about Total Destruction, then? Weve got another reel of Midway's monsters trashing various cityscapes around the globe. Move your mouse over the "Movies" tab up there and take a
Midway is once again raiding its arcade heritage; this time to bring back the skyscraper-bashing Rampage to PS2 and GameCube in the form of Rampage: Total Destruction.
While the original game featured just three monsters - George the Ape, Lizzie the Dinosaur and Ralph the Wolf - Total Destruction has a total of 30 creatures to unlock, including new leviathans Gilman the Blowfish and Marco the Shark.
For the uninitiated, the premise of Rampage isn't particularly sophisticated or complex, but
The Gamecube version of Resident Evil 4 has finally been given a confirmed UK release date - and the date for your diaries is 18 March 2005.We first caught wind of the game , when it was based around a massive, tunnel-laden underground complex at the very heart of the Umbrella organisation. It subsequently evolved into the rural chainsaw-'em-up that we know and love today - and it's but three short months away from release.On Gamecube, at least: there's still no confirmed date for the of the