• Broken Sword: Angel of Death (MOV, 7.69MB)
Wednesday 24 May 2006
The big news for fans of adventure games is that Broken Sword is on its way back this year and we've managed to locate a trailer of the new game, Broken Sword: Angel of Death, which is due for release this September for PC.
Angel of Death sees the return of hero George Stobbart who gets entangled in a conspiracy to destroy the world when investigating the disappearance of the woman he loves.
In the trailer we can get a
Wednesday 24 May 2006
Electronic Arts has commented on its collaboration with movie director Steven Speilberg, revealing that he really does know a thing or two about games.
Neil Young, vice president and general manager of EA LA, says that Spielberg's in the EA offices most weeks discussing ideas with other creatives. "There's Steven [Spielberg], Doug Church (who's producing his first game), me, a couple of the designers and Ryan Church - who did the walkers for War of the Worlds, so he's
Ubisoft has released new screenshots of its forthcoming real-time strategy game Faces of War, which will be released for PC on August 25.
Set in WWII, Faces of War has you leading a squad of six soldiers through several of the most decisive battles of the conflict, including D-Day and the storming of Berlin. During the game, you will be able to experience multiple sides of the conflict as you control Allied, Soviet and German
Microsoft unveiled the minimum video specs for computers to run its new operating system Windows Vista, due out early next year. Vista will support a wide range of computers with varying levels of performance. Current XP setups will likely run it; but only the best equipment will be able to run Vista's fancy, translucent interface called Aero. We won't know until all the details are locked down.
However, we now know the video specifications required to run the full version of Vista. Incoming
Ritual Entertainment, developer of the PC first-person shooter SiN Episodes, is considering bringing the game to next-gen consoles Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
SiN Episodes is an ambitious, episodic gaming project that will see the FPS released in nine different downloadable segments. It follows the exploits of the HardCorps commander John Blade, who first appeared in the original SiN that was released in 1998, and his attempt to bring down an evil
A new download was posted yesterday to expand the enormous world of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion even further. The Thieves Den adds the legendary Dunbarrow Cove and its contents to your ever-growing adventuring itinerary. It's available to Xbox 360 gamers over Xbox Live Marketplace for 150 Microsoft Points while PC gamers can get it from the Oblivion website for
• Jaws Unleashed (WMV, 11.6MB)
Tuesday 23 May 2006
We've managed to fish out a new trailer of THQ's Jaws Unleashed - due for release for PS2, Xbox and PC in July - the underwater action game where you take control of the killer shark.
The game's story mode is spread across 10 different environments and has Chief Brody's son Michael attempting to capture Jaws. On the other hand the killing machine under your control has to create havoc in the water by attacking swimmers and making use of
It's one of the most popular FPS series ever and it's been absent for a couple of years now, but Unreal Tournament in its 2007 incarnation is getting closer and closer.
To ease the waiting, we've managed to get ahold of some shots of the recent E3 demo - shown below and on the images tab above - revealing an arctic environment getting blasted
It's official: the unbridled success of prime-time TV show Lost is slated to spread to consoles, handhelds, and Windows in 2007. No longer will we only be able to interact with the bizarre tribulations of our favorite mysterious island-dwellers (sorry, Survivor) by muddling about the Lost websites. Attempting to capture the multifaceted, character-driven plot of the television show, developer Ubisoft Montreal is looking forward to the challenging task of adapting it to the video game
GamesRadar's more studious, business-focused sibling Next Generation (www.next-gen.biz) has been kind enough to remind us what games we're all slavering to dash into stores and pick up this week. We recommend checking out the NextGen shopping list by clicking here (it'll open in a new window).
However, we'd also suggest you should wait until later this week, when you've read GamesRadar's full-sized reviews of each game before slapping down your hard-earned mad money on any particular title.