Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2, a sequel to the hit military squad shooter that was released earlier this year, has been revealed. The sequel, intended to follow up GRAW's impressive success, will be launched early next year - and could potentially grace PS3.
The sequel was announced in a statement released by publisher and developer Ubisoft today, which makes no mention of specific platforms planned for GRAW 2. But given the near-future warfest's quality gameplay and multiplayer appeal,
Six games for the price of... say... one and three-quarters
Time to clear out the warehouse? Must be. Capcom has today announced two big packs of digital entertainment - for cheap prices. Interested in Devil May Cry? You can pick up the whole PS2-bound series (that's three games) in a 5th Anniversary Pack for $29.99. Don't have a PS2 (by the way - who are you?) The Resident Evil 10th Anniversary Pack contains - for a mere $39.99 - Resident Evil, Resident Evil Zero and Resident Evil 4 in one
World of Warcraft PC expansion The Burning Crusade will not be making its end-of-year release, developer Blizzard has officially announced.
Don't throw out that request for a month of holiday time or doctor's letter recommending you take two weeks rest at home just yet, though - the launch date is only being moved "by a few weeks," so you'll be raiding the Dark Portal by the end of
Mass Effect, the spacebound Xbox 360 RPG that pressed all our interest buttons at X06, is rumored to be coming to PC.
"Mass Effect will come to PC... it's currently not officially confirmed but we have it on good authority," reports PC Gamer UK magazine - not too wild a prediction given the similarities between PC and 360 development.
And, of course, developer BioWare's previous Xbox titles Knights of the Old Republic and Jade Empire both eventually arrived in mouse-and-keyboard land, where
Are you a small child or a furry? Perhaps you merely have a whimsical sense of humor. Or you might simply desperately want free crap. Whatever - you might be interested in a contest Nintendo is currently running with the help of smugmug, a poorly-named site we'd describe as a flickr ripoff, except that it has lots of quotes on its front page talking about how awesome it is.
Anyway... the contest centers around the plot of the not-so-spectacular Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, in which the
Well, it is finally here... after months of waiting patiently for access to World of Warcraft's new Burning Crusade expansion, we're in. The first thing we need to tell you is that this is a beta, and that means that the game, however gorgeous and polished, is still not yet ready for prime-time. Anything we talk about could be completely changed before the game is actually released, and there will undoubtedly be a bunch of new things added that we'll never see in the beta. Also, you may notice
Good news / bad news
Our moles burrowed deep inside the twisted infrastructure of Splinter Cell: Double Agent publisher Ubisoft have discovered that the PC version is a virtually identical copy of the game on Xbox 360. This is great news for lovers of tense, neck-snapping action, since we're hopelessly addicted to Sam Fisher's next-gen turn on Microsoft's white monolith. The bad news: the PC version is delayed until October 31. Trick or treat, Sam?
Movie blog Cinematical has put
Player-vs-player lovers go to high alert: massively mulitiplayer online brawl-masters at Mythic Entertainment are steadily putting together their next masterpiece - Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning.
Sure, the Warhammer name catches our attention for its well-known requirement of authenticity when the beloved tabletop property crosses over to a videogame. But the Mythic Entertainment pedigree stands even taller - Mythic is responsible for the immensely popular Dark Age of Camelot, whose
PC RPG Hellgate: London has been quietly brewing for two years now, but this new footage (on our Movies tab) of demons and zombies on the receiving end of some serious firepower (and sharp pointy things) shows that it's building up nicely.
Being a totally randomized action-RPG - pretty much all the monsters, levels, equipment and possibly even character skills are freshly baked every time you play - we can understand why it's taking so long, but we're impatient types when it comes to our
Tropical alien shooter Crysis was never one to shy away from showing off, and this set of screens comparing real-world reference material to its in-game renderings is nothing if not that - check the Images tab for more.
Of course, it helps that the screens are small enough to hide most of their computerized imperfections, but the natural lighting effects aren't to be sniffed at. And if we were forced to pick between a visually perfect jungle that just sat there looking pretty or one that could