If you think you've got more flik-flaks than Ronaldinho, or can out-spin Zidane, Electronic Arts wants to see you in action. Head over to www.fifastreet2.com and hit Show Your Skillz and you could find yourself starring in a future FIFA Street game.
There's already a bundle of uploaded clips, and some of them are so tricksy they made our eye-spheres spin in their sockets. Get practising, chuck your video on the site and get in the
We've been hit by a salvo of eye-burstingly good images from Stranglehold, Midway's John Woo-inspired bullet festival for PS3, PC and Xbox 360.
The game stars a digital version of Hong Kong cinema hero Chow Yun-Fat, and features the sort of high-action gun battles that he's famous for - complete with twin pistols, restaurant shootouts and dodging acrobatics.
As a bonus, we've also got some footage of the game in full flow - just click the movie tab on the right to treat your eyes to the
Take a look at these fantastic screens for Unreal Tournament 2007, due to smash home on PC later this year - and sure to grace next-gen consoles sometime in the future, too.
Apart from the stupendous amount of detail, the most exciting feature of the latest Unreal Tourney has to be the chonking great vehicles you can now roar around the levels in, promoting the sort of gunner and driver teamplay that makes Battlefield 2 so much fun.
The brilliant looking characters ought to be fully
Darkfall is in new massively multiplayer RPG in development by Aventurine who believes its online world could be the biggest one ever created.
The game takes place in the mystical world of Agon, which is a seamless online environment with numerous terrains such huge mountain ranges and hundreds of islands that are perfect for establishing secret bases.
Agon also has six capital cities one for each of the races featured in the game: Alfar of Nagast, Dwarves of Dvergheim, Humans of Mercia,
Tycoon City: New York was released for PC last Friday and, to celebrate its release, we've teamed up with Atari to give away a state-of-the-art Xtreme 64 gaming laptop worth around £1,500, a copy of the game and a highly desirable Atari T-shirt. Plus, 10 runners-up will each receive a copy of the game and T-shirt.
Tycoon City: New York lets your entrepreneurial skills bloom in one of the greatest cities of financial opportunity in the world - New York. You'll start off as an ambitious
Ubisoft has today released the very first footage and confirmed the name of Sam Fisher's next adventure: Splinter Cell Double Agent.
As you already know Sam is doing stir for killing his daughter but this revealing trailer hints that his time in Cell Block H might all be a front for infiltrating a terrorist cell.
And while we are exploring the duality of Sam, the man himself will have choices to make thanks to a branching storyline and multiple endings that will rely on morality as much as
Currently in construction by euro-developer Blitz, Possession blends realtime strategy with zombies - the twist being that players actually get to take charge on the undead.
As the Enslaver, your goal is to destroy an entire city using an army of the undead built from its inhabitants. Blitz is promising "carnage at all costs" across the "free-form and reactive city. How you choose to destroy it is up to you." Sounds good to us.
No doubt we'll be seeing more of Possession at E3 but for now,
Eidos has revealed that British TV star Keeley Hawes will be providing the plummy tones for Lara Croft in the almost-here-and-damn-we-can't-wait Tomb Raider: Legend.
The British actress is most well known for her performance as Zoe Reynolds in the BBC spy drama Spooks but also appeared in Tipping the Velvet and most recently A Cock and Bull Story with Steve Coogan. Which is to say, she's well known to folks in the UK. Here in the US, there was a long pause, someone said "So, it's that chick
Karima Adebibe, an unknown model and Top Shop sales assistant (apparently, UK folks know what this is), has been announced as the new face of Lady Lara Croft, the tomb-raiding adventuress and one of the most recognizable video game icons alongside Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog.
The "real-life" Lara - who follows in the footsteps of beauties like Rhona Mitra, Nell McAndrew and Tomb Raider film star Angelina Jolie - has a daunting schedule to look forward to.
Karima will kick off with an SAS
Electronic Arts has unveiled a single supershot of Superman Returns, the superhero action game based on the Man of Steel's return to the big screen.
The film Superman Returns is being directed by Bryan Singer, who did a superb job of bringing the X-Men to the big screen. The story sees Superman returning from self-imposed exile to find that Lois Lane, the love of his life, has moved on, while old foe Lex Luthor is up to his old Metropolis-threatening tricks.
EA Tiburon - responsible for the