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New footage from Project Origin throws horror and slow-mo out the window and shows off an exoskeleton suit blasting the crap of stuff. Cool.
Oh, and did you get a load of these screens? Goresplosion!
Ninja Gaiden 2? Pah. Check out the scarlet in this latest batch of Project Origin screens. It's mental.
Look at that messy screen. That guy's so screwed up it almost makes us chuckle. A few seconds ago he would have been running up to you trying to get moody with a gun, and now look at him - a bloody mess.
We thought the slow-mo gunfights of Project Origin's spiritual predecessor, F.E.A.R., were super
Bethesda Softworks has released three more shots from Fallout 3, scheduled to be released later on in the year.
The shots depict a birthday celebration for the player in Vault 101, a ghoul being shot up by a mini-gun and canine companion Dog Meat, which the player encounters once they've set out into the Washington wastelands.
Dog Meat will fight and defend you if you get into combat. The dog will also find objects littered
GameStop has listed details on a collector's edition of Fallout 3, Bethesda's post-apocalyptic RPG.
According to the e-tailer, the edition is packaged in a metal lunchbox called the Vault-Tec Lunch Box, and on top of the game contains a Vault Boy Bobblehead, hardcover art book and making-of DVD.
It lists the release date as October 7. Previously, Bethesda has said the RPG will be out in the autumn.
"The release date is Fall
A new dose of Project Origin blood and horror is on the table today in the wake of a gameplay trailer from last week. Take a look at the latest screenshots.
Project Origin, if you didn't know, is Monolith's unofficial sequel to F.E.A.R. and returns us to shock and gore and slow-mo gun battles.
It won't just be soldiers you're up against, either. Flesh-eating loony-men with heightened
Can Fallout 3 be as jaw-droppingly a good an achievement as Oblivion? Actually, stuff that, will it be even better than Bethesda's fantasy RPG? Well, that's what we're obviously hoping.
Fallout 3's still a fair few months off, but in the meantime new screenshots that have leaked onto the internet have got lots of folks very excited. See for yourself - in particular the last one of the batch that shows the
Play Football Manager Live before its release by winning a place on the beta test.