The Crossing, the innovation-promising, shrouded-in-mystery shooter from Dark Messiah creator Arkane, will take place in a gloomy futuristic Paris, where the country's government has fallen and the population is in anarchy.
That's according to French videogame website Jeux-France.com, which has used its geographical advantage to hunt down Arkane Studios' Lyon-based headquarters and tease out the first plot
Valve and Arkane, the developer of Dark Messiah of Might and Magic, are working on a mysterious new project called The Crossing, which will fuse the worlds of single and multiplayer to create "crossplayer." Details are scarce but if you act now you can treat your eyes to the first footage, courtesy of YouTube.
Powered by Valve's Source engine - which provided the smart visuals and physics action of Half-Life 2 - The Crossing has yet to be officially announced, but that hasn't stopped forumites
If further proof were needed that Crysis will eat your PC's hardware for breakfast, this fresh footage from the insanely ambitious Far Cry follow-up ought to illustrate how vital it'll be to upgrade your rig first, before embarking on the game's jungle-set freeform adventure. That, or be left with a smoking pile of molten silicon.
Hit the Movies tab above for the in-game action movie entitled "Crysis - gameplay 2 01-08-07." Keep your eyes peeled for highlights like the player leaping across
Command & Conquer 3's third race has been revealed as an invading alien force, fighting to lay claim to Earth's deadly infestation of Tiberium crystals. We've just uncovered a brand new trailer showing snippets of C&C3's cut-scene movies - including Lost's Sawyer as a gun-toting NOD commander - as well as what will be your first peek of the new alien enemies. Hit the Movies tab above right now.
The extraterrestrials resemble insect-like, almost robotic creatures, and a recent preview in PC mag
Valve has revealed plans to make several pistol weapons in Counter Strike: Source "more effective," in response to an imbalance in the team-play shooter caused by the new weapon pricing system.
In Counter Strike's new setup, popular weapons have their in-game price increased, while weapons that players ignore are lowered in value. As any veteran of CS will know, there's only one pistol really worth buying - Desert Eagle - which has led to the powerful side arm reaching a price that even
It's all been quiet on the Crysis front for a while now but this new trailer offers us a glimpse of Crytek's revolutionary shooter at work, albeit in a more laid back mood than we've seen before.
The video acts as a flyover of a new jungle/beach base location, with AI soldiers galloping between patrols. Hit the Movies tab above and look for "Crysis - Flythrough trailer 12-06-06" to see the footage.
So what does the video tell us? Crysis is obviously a huge game - you can see for digital miles
Wednesday 5 December 2006
Crysis, the next-gen-tastic PC shooter from Far Cry creator Crytek, will launch "later than planned," as the developer takes extra time to create "the experience you expect" from the stunning jungle-based alien blast-fest, according to Crytek president Cevat Yerli.
But Yerli promises - in a statement posted on gaming fansite InCrysis - that Crytek is burning the midnight oil and beetling away to deliver Crysis "in the earliest timeframe that meets [Crytek's] high
This new all-action trailer RTS sequel Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars is as remarkable for its many explosions and frantic activity as it is for the accompanying music which is as 'rawk' as it gets. Check out the Movies tab and look for "Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars - trailer 11-30-06" for your dose of the
Heroes, we love to watch your oiled-up muscles ripple. So now were gonna let you watch us… watch our steamy video, schnookums.
Its a sultry stream of climaxes from Issue 8: To Protect and Serve, the free expansion pack for City of Heroes. Oooohh, thatll make you hot, wont it? New missions, new powers, and new costumes… you know you like it when we dress up for
The great looking city building simulation that introduced a dynamic class system and the ability to build outside of the traditional right angle map grids will receive a bit of a facelift with the release of City Life: World Edition in the states. More like an updated version of the original City Life than an all out sequel, City Life: World Edition will feature new maps and over a 100 new