Following on from last week's that hip-hopper 50 Cent was set to appear in his own game, we now have the very first footage of the OG in action.
Under the title 50 Cent Bulletproof, this gritty game will follow the shot-up superstar as he fights crime in the New York underworld with help from his chum Dr Dre and his pals from G-Unit.
And while the man christened Curtis Jackson has claimed that he turned down the chance to appear in San Andreas, the designers of his game have obviously been
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While we revealed to you last year that was on its way, even our almost supernatural detection skills couldn't conjure up any more mystical information beyond that tiny, lonely factoid.
But now we can and, what's more, we can show you the first three screens from True Crime 2 Streets of Hong Kong.
For this follow-up to the spooky but popular True Crime Streets of LA, Nick Kang's patch has moved from South Central to South East Asia and he's making the jump to the next generation of
While most of the world are still ploughing their way through the trail of the dead in , GTA's developers Rockstar are already planning their next headlong plunge into the immoral world of mouthy mobsters.
Their latest move has been to send a group of lawyers out to sign up a variety of potential game names, while at the same time lazily reaching out a paw to give the rumour mill a quick spin.
We have uncovered five potential titles for their next GTA game, with each one having been
Online gaming hasn't really grabbed the massed ranks of the PS2 player yet but those it has swear by the SOCOM series - and quite often at it and about it, too.
For its third foray into enemy territory the stealth squad shooter is promising to add a sharper enemy AI, a stronger solo mode and, most thrillingly of all, vehicles, to the flipper-wearing grunts' armoury.
Blasting across battle arenas promised to be six times larger than before, the two teams of troopers will be able to nab 20
In the old days, US Army recruitment meant a patriotic poster of a top-hatted man with an accusingly pointing finger.
Now, in the digital age, something a little more subtle is required. Something is needed to teach the young of the US why mottled brown with splashes of red really is this season's new look.
Unlike , which was designed to train already signed-up soldiers, America's Army was aimed at enticing the amateur into trying their hand at a little realtime fighting.
Released first as
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Interweb whispers currently suggest that work is underway on a PS2 and Xbox game starring 50 Cent (or around 26p at today's exchange rate).
It's not clear at present who's publishing or even developing the game, although we have heard that the never-knowingly-unshot Cent is writing an original soundtrack for the title.
As for the gameplay, it's said to be extremely adult in tone, with no shortage of violence and, as you'd imagine, lots of guns. In addition to Curtis himself, there is also
According to ancient Greek mythology, the Hydra was a seemingly invincible multi-headed beast so fearsome that it would leave you with quakes in your boots and lumps in your loincloth. Not so for Kratos, the courageous hero of Sony's God of War. In the first nibble of footage that we've seen of the game, we witness the warrior cracking open a particularly ferocious can of pathos-flavoured whup-ass all over the mythical monster.Kratos' dual-wielded blades look like they'll be an absolute blast
Whatever you thought of - and six million people liked it enough to part with hard cash for it - it had one gapping flaw. You weren't Neo. Instead of the movie's all-powerful hero, you had to play some Equity-carded extra who'd once been seen sipping tea in the background as Zion burned. But that isn't the route that Atari are taking with The Matrix Path of Neo. This Shiny-developed time-splitter will follow the famed floppy-haired fop through all of the key scenes of the, now tarnished,