Tripwire has released a new update for its multiplayer shooter Red Orchestra that beefs up the game with ten new maps and
An overwhelming majority of gamers are male, so it makes perfect sense for every marketing team in the world to target their software at young guys. And what do all men ages 18 to one zillion love? Girls, gore and big loud machines. If they could make a game about a firefighting bikini squad that hunts down zombies in a decked-out sex/fire truck, world peace would be declared. But until that day, we have to settle with regular old T & A.
Developers are well aware of this, so occasionally
Publisher/developer Codemasters has today revealed three new titles for 2008 that will be released on 'leading console platforms' (read that as PS3 and Xbox 360) and PC. Race Driver One may not have the TOCA prefix but is the next outing in the successful series of racing games; Operation Flashpoint 2 is the long-awaited sequel to the PC-only tactical shooter; and Rise of the Argonauts is an all new action RPG.
Read on for more info on each of these new games...
Rise of the
Capcom knows how to throw a party. At a press event held last night in San Francisco, the publisher presented a veritable circus of spectacular sights. We saw new games or media for franchises Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, Mega Man, Lost Planet and Phoenix Wright. We were introduced to a brand new way to play the Wii with Project Treasure Island Z. Heck, they even had half-naked trapeze artists twisting and gyrating above an open bar and buffet table.
Yet, despite all the dazzle and
Big Huge Games is a developer best known for its work in the RTS genre with the Rise of Nations PC series, but it's now expanding its horizons and leaping into the world of the RPG.
Details on its RPG project are scant - all that's currently know is that it'll definitely be a console game, with a PC version on the cards according to Next-Gen.biz - but Big Huge has just announced it's employing the talents of RPG heavyweight Ken Rolston for the title.
Rolston was lead designer on The Elder
If you've got a thing for point 'n' click adventures then you'll no doubt have your peepers fixed on Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle. The sequel to the excellent and award-winning Runaway looks super hot, delivering a delicious graphical adventure filled with diverse environments, ingenious puzzles, gorgeous visuals and a cast of delightful characters. And GamesRadar is giving you the chance to sample it right now with an exclusive demo.
The sampler contains the Alaskan level and will give
Fans of a romping good graphical adventure are in for a real treat, because GamesRadar is exclusively hosting a demo of the upcoming and absolutely gorgeous looking PC game Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle later this week.
While the game isn't out until March 12, we're giving point 'n' clickers the opportunity to sample Runaway 's Alaska level and overcome its brain teasing puzzles playing as the game's charismatic leading man, Brian.
The demo will go live on GamesRadar this Friday, but until
What would you do if your girlfriend's survival depended on you pushing her from a moving airplane with the last parachute? Impossible scenario, you say? Nay - at least according to a certain turtle's visit to lotus land. Confused by the preceding statements? So are we, but what we're trying to get at is that new screenshots from Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle came a-knockin' on GamesRadar's front door today, and you can take a gander at them by clicking the Images tab
In the spirit of giving, publisher CDV has bequeathed to us this lovely fruitcake of a video for its upcoming point-and-click animated caper, Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle.
It's an 88-meg self-executing Bink file, so you'll have to download it instead of watching a stream, and it's not real big on the whole "telling you what the heck is going on" thing. However, if you watch both halves, you can handle a truly wretched, boy band-sounding pop tune and you're interested in the game's
With much shouting and looking hard, we've managed to commandeer a fistful of shots of Rogue Warrior, Bethesda Softworks' first-person shooter due out for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC next year.
Rogue Warrior is based on books of Dick Marcinko, an ex-Navy Seal who is also known as the Rogue Warrior. The game has Marcinko and his team of special ops soldiers caught behind enemy lines in North Korea just as the communist state invades South Korea. The team is abandoned and so must fight for