Reservoir Dogs the game, based on Quentin Tarantino's classic '90s film, is to be released for Xbox, PS2 and PC this fall, publisher Eidos confirmed today.
The third-person shooter will stay true to the chronology and plot of the diamond-heist-gone-wrong film, while trying to fill in the gaps that the film doesn't cover, such as: what really went on at the heist? What happened to Mr. Blue and Mr. Brown? And perhaps it will clear up once and for all who shot Nice Guy Eddie.
Eidos announced today that it has a new Lego Bionicle game slated for fall 2006, and they've tapped the team behind the incredibly successful Lego Star Wars to get it done. Set in the Bionicle universe, Bionicle Heroes charges you to play as a hero that has crossed over from the real world to save plastic block warriors in a third-person style
Activision has been granted the rights to produce video games based on the James Bond license. MGM Interactive and EON Productions (the companies that control the digital Bond) announced a blanket deal with Activision that covers "current and next-generation consoles, PC, and handheld platforms." However, there are no specific announcements about specific consoles, software titles or stories - just the simple fact that Activision will be publishing Bond for the next eight years.
• Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War Dark Crusade (WMV, 5.9MB) - right-click to download
Thursday 4 May 2006
THQ and Relic have confirmed that work has started on the second expansion pack for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, and we have the very first footage.
Known as Dark Crusade, this update is set in the middle of the bitter battle for the remote planet of Kronus and once again pits commanders of Orc, Space Marine, Eldar, Imperial Guard and Chaos units against each other. But something
We've got some fresh screenshots of Soul of the Ultimate Nation, the Korean born-and-bred massively multiplayer online role-playing game. These new screens show off improvements in combat, environments and player models.
SUN is looking like a breed apart from American MMO's not only in style, but also substance: most instances are custom-made for you and your party, and the game is highly supportive of power-leveling players who love to jockey between multiple characters. Check out the new
• Brothers in Arms Hell's Highway (WMV, 16MB) - right click to save
Wednesday 3 May 2006
Prepare your eyes for a barrage of excitement with this first ever trailer for the simply stunning Brothers in Arms Hell's Highway.
Ubisoft's next-gen sequel to the well-crafted tactical shooter is heading straight to PS3 and PC, and now we can finally get a handle on the sort of action we'll be diving into this Christmas.
Hell's Highway parachutes you into World War II's Operation Market Garden,
Wednesday 3 May 2006
Ubisoft's first-person RPG, Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, is more about slugging it out in close combat than worrying about experience points. And these new shots will give you a taste of the gruesome blade fodder you'll be standing toe-to-toe with when the game launches later this year.
Forget the obvious comparisons to Oblivion, Dark Messiah offers far more options for skirmishing tactics than its massively single-player rival. While in a brawl you can kick out at your
America's under attack? Well, it will be when Battlefield 2: Armored Fury comes out this spring. Seems that EA's future soldiers find themselves besieged by China and the Middle Eastern Coalition after its borders are threatened. Time to bring out the big guns - even if they will be
Admit it... you play video games because you have some control issues. Why else would you regularly pick up a controller and manipulate little people on your television? Well, gamers' secret desires are being heartily acknowledged with the upcoming release of Overlord, a game in which you command an army of minions to accomplish your every
Tuesday 2 May 2006
Atari has unleashed a number of new screens and facts about the latest sequel in its seasoned survival-horror series Alone in the Dark. Despite being announced last year, the Xbox 360 and PC adventure had previously kept us all in the dark about its details, but no more.
If you can tear your eyes away from the rather lovely - if scary - visuals situated on the images tab above, you'll discover that developer Eden Games has announced that the whole game will be broken up into