Ever fancied playing golf around Green Hill Zone? In truth, neither have we - but we do now. A new section on Sega's Japanese website has sprung up with screenshots of a new PC game called Sega Splash! Golf showing Sonic and NiGHTS playing golf together, with some anime kids. Of course, the Sega pair have appeared in the same game several times before (Sonic Riders, Sonic Adventure and Sega Superstars all spring to mind) but never to play golf. But hey - if Mario can do it, why can't the Sega
For many older gamers, it was the ultimate football game and now Sensible Soccer is making a comeback for PS2, Xbox and PC.
Set for release early next year to coincide with its 15th anniversary, Sensible Soccer will feature the same lightening-quick action and signature physics-defying banana shots, as well as a brand new look. From the shots provided you'll see that the players, while retaining massive heads, are now cel-shaded.
Original SS creator Jon Hare has been brought on to the
Friday 9 June 2006
It's only available in shops today but we're giving you the chance download Sensible Soccer 2006 for PC this afternoon thanks to GamesOnRadar.
GamesOnRadar is a games-on-demand service that gives you access to loads of top PC titles for just a small monthly fee. To get your hands on Sensible Soccer and celebrate the start of the World Cup in style, all you have to do is subscribe to the Ultimate Collection package that will enable you to download over 90 different games for
Codemasters has released a number of shots that demonstrate the new replay system that features in Sensible Soccer's return, due out this summer for PS2, Xbox and PC.
The game is played from the usual overhead perspective - one of Sensible Soccer's trademarks - but, as soon as you've curled a shot into the top corner from 35 yards, the camera will sweep down to pitch level so you can witness the goal in all its 3D glory.
These shots also reveal the amount of detail that's gone into the
Tuesday 20 June 2006
To get further into the spirit of the World Cup (if that's actually possible) and to celebrate the return of one of gaming's most cherished brands - Sensible Soccer - we've teamed up with Codemasters to bring you everyone's favourite kind of football competition... Spot the Ball!
One lucky winner will receive a state-of-the-art ATI Radeon X1900XTX graphics card, Logitech G7 mouse and a copy of Sensible Soccer 2006 for PC. There will also be copies of the game for 20
2K Games has released some new screenshots for its upcoming shooting title, Serious Sam II.
The original Serious Sam, while not providing much of a cerebrum workout, was crucially loads of fun thanks to the quick and simple action that gave you an almost never-ending stream of enemies to blast away, while running around like a mad loon.
This frantic pace will continue this time around too, with developer Croteam promising to cram even more enemies on screen at one time.
Following the that we posted at the end of April, publisher 2K Games has just released further images of the long-awaited mentalist shooting sequel.
Serious Sam II continues the storyline of Serious Sam Second Encounter but, let's face it, the significance of the narrative is negligible when you've got 45 new enemy types to dispatch via the medium of relentless first-person arcade shootery.
The game's seven environments house over 40 levels, across which you'll also be able to make use
Take 2 imprint 2K Games has just released the first official shots of Serious Sam II, the crazed shooting sequel that's due to hit PC and Xbox later this year.
"Gamers have been anxiously anticipating a full sequel ever since Serious Sam The Second Encounter was released back in 2002," comments 2K bod Christoph Hartmann.
"With a brand-new engine and greatly expanded gameplay, we think fans will agree that the return of Sam has been well worth the wait."
The game will be unveiled
At GR, we know your trailer-watching time is valuable. We also understand you're going to want to know what happens in this eye-plucking, sledge-hammering, horde pwning Serious Sam 3: BFE trailer. This in mind, please accept this handy reference chart to expedite your pre-E3 media consumption:
00:07: Mental's ships hover ominously over earth
00:12: Mental's army marches in rhythmic fashion while Antaresian spiders scurry in the background
00:26: Aww hells no!
00:28: Shit just got serious!
00:34: For the love of all that is holy, run!!...
"Cover is for amateurs," reads Croteam and Devolver Digital's announcement of Serious Sam 3: BFE, the next title in the favorite series of twitchy trigger fingers. The game is a prequel to 2001's Serious Sam: The First Encounter, and is set in 22nd century Egypt during Earth's final battle against Mental’s insuppressible throngs of beasts and mercenaries, one of which, at least, looks like a Boomer who ate another Boomer just before meeting Robert Rodriguez...