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
Even though she was pumped full of liquid adamantium in 2003's X2, Lady Deathstrike appears to be alive and ass-kickin'. Scope out the Kelly Hu-flavored Deathstrike in our new screens, artwork and trailer for X-Men: The Official
Activision has rushed over a batch of brand new images for Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, with Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker making a welcome appearance.
Lego Star Wars II will up the action from the original game by adding more characters, vehicles, abilities and giving you loads of new Force powers to play with - Vader's got his choke, as you can see if you click the image tab above, and the Emperor will shoot Force lightning from his fingertips.
Yoot Saito, the creator of nutty Dreamcast title Seaman is about to begin work on a Nintendo DS title.
"Nintendo DS is a wonderful handheld," Saito told Nintendo's European website. "I'm glad it comes with a built-in microphone. That's why we have things planned for it. We're working on a title that will use the network and microphone, but unfortunately I can't really discuss it
Yoot Saito, the creator of nutty Dreamcast title Seaman, is about to begin work on a Nintendo DS title.
"Nintendo DS is a wonderful handheld," Saito told Nintendo's European website. "I'm glad it comes with a built-in microphone. That's why we have things planned for it. We're working on a title that will use the network and microphone, but unfortunately I can't really discuss it yet."
Saito's currently completing development of Odama, a curious and long-standing GameCube project that mixes
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
EA has released a trailer and fresh details about its Superman Returns game, which will accompany the summer release of the Warner Bros. film.
The trailer has Superman battling the evil Metallo in the streets of Metropolis, which will comprise 80 virtual squares miles of bustling fictional city, including over 1,000 buildings. The Man of Steel will be able to explore all of this freely as he protects the city's people from natural and not-so-natural disasters. If it looks a little too gorgeous
Immortal game developer and franchise-machine, Shigeru Miyamoto, recently sat down with Nintendo of Europe and finally confirmed that The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will make use of the motion-controlled Revolution controller. This means that instead of quietly enjoying the game on your couch, you can opt to take the Swing 'n' Scream approach and flail the wand about as if it were your own little Master
If you think you've got more flik-flaks than Ronaldinho, or can out-spin Zidane, Electronic Arts wants to see you in action. Head over to www.fifastreet2.com and hit Show Your Skillz and you could find yourself starring in a future FIFA Street game.
There's already a bundle of uploaded clips, and some of them are so tricksy they made our eye-spheres spin in their sockets. Get practising, chuck your video on the site and get in the
With FIFA 06 currently sitting pretty atop this week's all-format chart, EA has announced that a follow-up to the series' urban spin-off, FIFA Street, is in the works and will be in shops next spring.
FIFA Street 2 promises to be bigger and better, flashier and fancier than the original, boasting new tricks, skills and ball-blazing gamebreakers.
International locations - ranging from London's grimy Westway through to bright beachside pitches in Brazil - will feature and there will be a roster