Ever since the first "big heads mode," game developers have been obsessed with creatively distorting or destroying the craniums of their creations. We combed through the crypt to bring you a few of these head-altering cheats, which will blow more minds than a vial full of LSD. Read on, if you dare.
Metal of Honor: Frontline, which was widely lauded for its "gut-wrenching realism," contains an oft-overlooked cheat which randomly spawns in-game objects on top of your enemies' heads.
With its flaming bad guys and slo-mo headshots, Urban Chaos has become a favorite of ours as an absurdist humor goldmine. With cheats, it's even sillier than you can imagine... fortunately, you're at GamesRadar, so you don't have to imagine anything (unless you really want to). We've stitched up six different cheats into a mash-up video of hilarious proportions, just click the movies tab above to drench yourself in awesomeness. Combining headless mode, disco lights, the mini-gun, incendiary
The Hope Street Police Station is already swarming with masked thugs and practically engulfed in flames by the time the cavalry arrives. Our armored police wagon smashes through the gate and into the snowy precinct courtyard, and as a lifeless punk slides off our hood, our sergeant kicks open the doors and we spill out onto the pavement. We're not five seconds out of the van when the pyromaniacs who call themselves the Burners crash a garbage truck through the outer wall, blowing up a police
The city is on fire, and it's your job to put it out - with bullets. The civic-minded shooter Urban Chaos: Riot Response is shaping up nicely for its June release, and we recently went a few rounds with the PS2 version's frantic online multiplayer mode. Where we got shot. In the head. A lot. (Seriously, click here to see for yourself.)
Our abysmal performance aside - and the lesson here is not to play against the guys who made the game - multiplayer in Urban Chaos is promising. While the
It's a story nearly as old as video games themselves: A city has been overrun by rampaging street gangs, and it's up to you to restore order. But in Urban Chaos: Riot Response, you're not some scrapper in a leather vest doling out two-fisted vigilante justice. Instead, you're part of a merciless special police unit, T-Zero, given carte blanche to blast the face off anyone who looks at you funny.
Of course, funny looks are the least of your worries. As you navigate the 12 missions of Eidos'
Roll Call, Zero Tolerance: City Under Fire and now Urban Chaos: Riot Response… phew. Rocksteady Studios schizophrenic riot-‘em-up has gone through more name changes than P Diddy. Still, its almost here now, and thats all that really matters eh?
In a refreshing departure from your usual first-person shooter back-story, a gang called the Burners have laid siege to our heros city, instigating mass rioting and civil unrest.
Set over a period of 12 months, youll attempt to restore
Since The Sims first appeared on PC over five years ago, there has been a multitude of new versions and various updates, including Bustin' Out, Nightlife, Hot Date and Makin' Magic.
The latest title to join the ever expanding family is The Urbz: Sims in the City on Nintendo DS, which, after its first weekend on sale, has helped to propel the game to number 14 from number 30 in the All Formats Chart.
So how have Maxis, the game's creators and developers, taken to DS? We put some questions to