Yes Sega, we know Sega Rally Revo has impressive mud technology, but the game itself looks so good we really don't see why these non-in-game screens are still being released?
Rally doesn't need any help in looking awesome. We know because we spent an entire day at Sega last week spanking around its stunning-looking courses, drooling over its surface deformation.
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EVE TV, which proudly declares itself "The world's first virtual world television station dedicated to an MMO" has gone live.
Dedicated to CCP's space-based MMO Eve Online, it broadcasts weekly and offers "the very latest in-depth news, in-game skirmishes, market trends, human interest stories, exclusive interviews and game-related features in a professional and entertaining weekly production" explains MMM Publishing Ltd, which has co-launched EVE TV with CCP.
Oliver Skelding, MMM
A new Quake 4 multiplayer demo has been released by id Software, the new release featuring the updates in the Quake 4 1.4.2 Point Release Patch that the developer made available last
There's so much that a new MMORPG has to prove in the game's starting area. Besides establishing the plot, setting, and introducing your role in its massively multiplayer world, the starting zone is your first impression of the game, and sets a strong precedent for everything that will follow.
That being said, there were no idyllic fields of level one butterflies to kill for butterfly wings - of which you need ten - so the buttercup fairy can make you a butterfly potion that gives you plus
Irrational Games has reaffirmed the console exclusivity of its moody Xbox 360 shooter BioShock.
"Obviously we need to give as many people as possible access to our game. However, this is an Xbox 360 exclusive and it's coming out on PC. That's the way it is on BioShock," senior designer Joe McDonagh told us.
Rumors have been rampant that the System Shock spiritual sequel will also be coming to PS3, but so far Take Two and Irrational have kept quiet.
McDonagh, howver did offer some
Doom co-creator John Romero has posted a selection of music that never made it into the original Doom game. You can find all 31 tracks on GamesRadar right now.
Compared to today's big gaming budgets and Hollywood-beating production values the original Doom music sounds more like a demo from a moody Casio keyboard than the game that kick-started the FPS genre. Still, Doom was Doom and it'll always have a special place in our hard drives, or on our Xbox Live Arcade
The first trailer from LEGO Universe, the brick-powered MMO in development at NetDevil, has hit the internet.
Running for a minute and a half, the trailer - viewable here - shows the Workshop, where a racing car is constructed, the LEGO City where you can spot a homage to King Kong in the background and finally the Darkling Battle, where a LEGO man with a sword fights a darkling with a massive two-handed hammer.
LEGO Universe was first revealed in March this year and is due to release at the
Below is the second and concluding part of the StarCraft II feature that we kicked off last Thursday. Should you have missed the first installment, then this link will send you over to its delights...
The fact that skill and timing beats straight statistical advantage is a running theme. The new Phoenix ship - a fast, flying Protoss unit - has the capacity to Overload. This is a powerful attack, discharging the Phoenix's energy in an explosive burst - but it's balanced by the need to sit down,
In 1998, StarCraft told the story of three races in conflict, and it went a little something like this... The Terrans - human colonists - are torn apart by civil war and find themselves stuck in the middle of a war between the Protoss and the Zerg. The Protoss and the Zerg are enhanced alien races given an evolutionary leg-up by a meddling super-race called the Xel'Naga.
The Protoss gained psionic powers that singularly failed to stop them from waging civil war, while the Zerg were given
Our first question is: Where're the streets? But, wait, this is about professional street racers - not your baseball cap-wearing boy racers spinning their poor Novas around a deserted supermarket car park. Need For Speed is now a serious racer. Who saw that one coming?
But it's a development we're sure to welcome. Not only does ProStreet look far better than any other NFS game, it's also promising handling and race gameplay, as it positions itself to take on the might of Gran Turismo. Just