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
Here's a helping of screens from Chibi-Robo, Nintendo's charming robot adventure for Gamecube. It's been available in Japan for several months already, but now it's on its way to the US and we've got the shots for you to coo over.
Unlike the stars of most Japanese games centred on robots, Chibi is tiny. At three inches tall, he makes up for his lack of ability to swat airplanes and stomp buildings by helping out a depressed family; cleaning their home, listening to their problems and making
Ubisoft has today released the very first footage and confirmed the name of Sam Fisher's next adventure: Splinter Cell Double Agent.
As you already know Sam is doing stir for killing his daughter but this revealing trailer hints that his time in Cell Block H might all be a front for infiltrating a terrorist cell.
And while we are exploring the duality of Sam, the man himself will have choices to make thanks to a branching storyline and multiple endings that will rely on morality as much as
Electronic Arts has unveiled a single supershot of Superman Returns, the superhero action game based on the Man of Steel's return to the big screen.
The film Superman Returns is being directed by Bryan Singer, who did a superb job of bringing the X-Men to the big screen. The story sees Superman returning from self-imposed exile to find that Lois Lane, the love of his life, has moved on, while old foe Lex Luthor is up to his old Metropolis-threatening tricks.
EA Tiburon - responsible for the
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
We've got brand new images of Sega's latest Monkey Ball game, Super Monkey Ball Adventure, which releases everyone's favorite encapsulated apes into the wild this summer.
A tale of eloping chimps, feuding kingdoms and the joy-sucking naysayers, Super Monkey Ball Adventure rolls the entire Monkey Ball gang - that's Aiai, Meemee, Gongon and Baby - into new platforming territory.
Solving quests, undertaking traditional 'puzzle tray' challenges and helping a bunch of new friends, the simian
LucasArts has announced Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, transforming A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi into fantastically charming episodes of Lego platforming action.
This time around players can drive vehicles, ride creatures like the Tauntaun, and unlock more than 50 characters to use in Free Play; over 50 more can be unlocked by using an old save game from the original Lego Star Wars.You can even mix and match the different body parts of your characters to
The new Official Nintendo Magazine hits UK shelves today, offering readers exclusive information including a hands-on with the big N's next-gen offering - Revolution.
The launch issue also features details and images of the sleek new DS Lite. And for those longing for the new Zelda: Twilight Princess, there's an extensive preview to tide you over.
Free vinyls are also included featuring Animal Crossing: Wild World, Mario Kart DS and Nintendogs so you can pimp your DS and be the envy of all
Activision has released shots and details of X-Men: The Official Movie Game which is the working title for its spin-off game for upcoming X-Men film The Last Stand, due out this summer.
X-Men: The Official Movie Game features three stalwarts of the mutated crime fighting team – Wolverine, Nightcrawler and Iceman – as the three playable characters, as the game charts events leading up to the start of the film and beyond the its end. The film's screenwriter Zak Penn has co-written
According to the results of our most recent GamesRadar poll - What do you think of cutscenes? - 32% of you can't get enough of them, totally at odds with David Jaffe, the man behind God of War, who *believes a cutscene "pulls you out of the game"*.
Only 7% of entries agreed with Jaffe, hating cutscenes because they get in the way. The majority of you, however, told us that you didn't mind them, so long as they were used in moderation. Are you taking notes, Mr Kojima?
But while a third of you