That teaser yesterday? It wasn't for Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed. It actually was for NiGHTS into Dreams HD. Do your best to duck the flying pigs and come see it moving...
September 7, 2007
Sadly for gamers with Xbox 360 and PS3 shooter The Club on their Christmas lists, the game has slipped to early 2008, Sega confirmed today. We must admit, when we last saw the game in action it didn't look very near to completion (although that was a few months ago). Still, 2007 is already looking like having the most expensive tail-end of any year ever with so many great games coming out, so this will at least give us a chance to fill our pockets again before The Club opens
Nobody's perfect. Even the best of the best can run off the rails, and that includes many of the most reputable companies and individuals that have been involved in the games industry. They'd rather focus on their successes, of course, and most of the time they'll try to lock their mishaps away in the closet, hoping they will never be dragged out into the public eye again.
But we at GamesRadar think this stuff needs to be out in the open. We're going to highlight 7 games from top-notch
This weeks edition of Trailer Trash is bigger than Ron Pauls internet marketing team – its bursting at the seams with new trailers, tech demos, and gameplay footage. Naturally, weve sarcastically criticized each one for no reason other than its fun. Get comfortable, theres an express shipment of delicious streaming video on route to your eyeballs.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
This must-see tech demo shows off The Force Unleasheds three simulation technologies and how they work
Oct 18, 2007
According to the Entertainment Software Association's 2006 report, 38 percent of gamers are females. These numbers are down from 2005, when the fairer sex reportedly accounted for 43 percent of the pie.
It seems that gaming continues to be a mostly male affair, so what's the best way to penetrate this demographic? Judging by the sex-filled ads we've seen over the years, it looks like the best way to a young man's wallet has - and always will be - through his pants. Read on and
We’re often impressed by an iPhone game here or there, but we’re rarely legitimately surprised by one. Ninjatown: Trees of Doom!, however, managed exactly that. See, the minute we heard “you’re a ninja, and gameplay consists of vaulting yourself ever-upward, bouncing into the towering treetops, avoiding enemies along the way” we thought we knew exactly what kind of game to expect. Clearly, this is another Doodle Jump clone, right? Wrong. As it happens, Ninjatown sounds similar but plays completely differently...