Hot on the heels of GamesRadar's first significant write-up on World Tour Golf last week, European and US publisher Oxygen today announced that the name of the game is being changed to ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007.
The publisher stated in a press release yesterday that "a generic title did not do justice" to "a golf simulation for a worldwide audience." The new title refers to the game's realistic ProStroke system, which enables players to control their shots by adjusting their stance, club
Thursday 6 July 2006
Medieval II: Total War is set to unleash hell on your PC this November, and we've enlisted a handful of shots to show off the game's teeming armies, as well as give you a glance at the game's redesigned campaign map. Just click on the images tab for the rest of these new screens.
The map view, where you shuffle armies into action and manage your empire's city life, has been given an overhaul - and it looks better than ever. You can now choose between constructing towns and
Monday 3 July 2006
The TrackMania PC racing series is back with TrackMania United from developer Nadeo and will include a myriad of new features.
The track building and racing sim for PC has a large online community where new environments can be designed to blast round in souped-up sports cars.
United will cherry pick the best options from the original TrackMania, TrackMania: Power Up!, TrackMania Sunrise and TrackMania Nations ESWC, but will also include brand new features.
There will be
Call of Juarez, a first-person shooter set in the Old West, reloaded our screenshot cache today with five powerful new images. Juarez looks better than ever, possessing an authentic feel inside of a photo-realistic (but dusty) world. Impressive lighting, dramatic depth-of-field focus and authentic weapons highlight your trip back in time.
While the wooded and spacious outdoor environs look as detailed and hand-polished as you might find in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, the western Juarez
The TrackMania PC racing series is back with TrackMania United from car-crazy Japanese developer Nadeo and will include a myriad of new features. The track building and arcade racing explosion for PC has a large online community where new environments can be designed to blast round in beefed-up sports cars. It's an awful lot like slot-car race sets with monster jumps, steeply banked turns, and cool loops - only you're not on rails, and you're racing with other maniacs online.
As the latest Sam Fisher adventure sneaks towards its September release, Ubisoft thought it would share a few more visuals of Splinter Cell: Double Agent.
Double Agent is, of course, the game where Sam Fisher goes bad, but only because he's trying to do good. He's infiltrating a terrorist group in order to take them down from within, but to earn their trust he has to behave like a criminal.
The game will feature all the high tech gadgetry and stealth aspects from previous games, but you'll be
Friday 30 June 2006
Wes Craven, the Hollywood director responsible for the Scream and Nightmare on Elm Street films, could be getting involved with games development.
Craven told reporter Dean Takahashi - the author of The Xbox 360 Uncloaked - that he was "in talks to create an original game". Unfortunately, the movie man didn't offer any more details than that.
If these talks lead to production, Craven will join a growing list of Hollywood heavyweights getting involved in games development.
A selection of Medal of Honor: Airborne shots have dropped into our laps and give us a further glimpse at some of the night jumps that will appear in the upcoming World War II first-person shooter.
The action in Medal of Honor: Airborne follows the story of a super-soldier who somehow manages to show up in every major airborne assault that took place during WWII. The soldier in question is Private Boyd Travers, who - according to game producer Patrick Gilmore - would rather "crash and burn
We've harvested a bumper crop of new shots of the Civilization-inspired city builder, CivCity: Rome. Situated between the tumultuous time of Republic and Empire during Julius Caesar's reign, you'll serve as governor of a quickly growing Roman city.
Keep it all under control by offering your citizens scores of civic services, brutal arena entertainment and splendorous wonders. The nearly overwhelming amount of technology research you can choose from will make for a unique experience through
Thursday 29 June 2006
We've gathered together the latest screenshots of Ubisoft's role-playing game Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, which focus on the game's combat.
The latest in the long running Might & Magic series, Dark Messiah is set 18 years after events of Heroes of Might and Magic 5 and has you taking on the role of young hero Sareth who must fight the prophecy of the Dark Messiah. You can choose how this is done by fighting through the mystical world as warrior, mage or assassin.