The latest selection of images released by Activision for their upcoming comic adaptation, Ultimate Spider-Man, has got us tingling with anticipation - the game looks absolutely gorgeous.
The shots show off the fantastic cel-shaded style - a look that is a drastic departure from previous Spider-Man games and one that suits the Marvel comics arachnid do-gooder perfectly.
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Just look at those screenshots. OK, there are only two of them but, let's face it, at first glance, Ultimate Spider-Man looks lush.
Yes, we're suckers for cel-shaded games but, even if you're not, Ultimate still sounds an attractive proposition. Players are given the opportunity to play as both Spider-Man and a super-villain across expanded, free-roaming environments, including the addition of Queens, New York.
We're also promised diverse gameplay and improved combat systems (there are two
New screenshots of Under the Skin reveal that characters and locations from Resident Evil 3 will make an appearance in Capcoms's quirky cel-shaded actioner.The PS2 game, currently being developed by Capcom's Production Studio 4 - the people behind Resi 4, Viewtiful Joe and Killer 7 - is a 'panic sim' that plays like a prank-based State of Emergency while being visually reminiscent of Sega's superb Jet Set Radio.Players take control of an alien called Kozumi who has been sent to Earth to cause
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Following our revelation on Tuesday (20 April) that Maxis were developing a , Electronic Arts - publishers of the massively successful people-'em-up series - have confirmed that the game will be called The Urbz and that it will be released for PS2, Xbox, Cube and GBA in the autumn.As previously revealed, the game focuses on reputation, with players having to create these new sims, called urbz, by customising their style and building their status to become the biggest player in the city. Working
Developers Maxis have leaked early details of the sequel to The Sims Bustin' Out - and, in contrast to the traditional suburban Sims setting, this time round proceedings will be decidedly street. Due to be released on PS2, Xbox, Gamecube and GBA, the game currently has a working title of Urban Sims.The series is taking major new steps this time out by shifting geographical location to the big city and honing the focus of the gameplay on building a reputation. This has a significant knock-on