It's obvious this new Christmas-themed Bully trailer was divinely inspired by the baby Jesus - there's bitch-slaps, scrotum-squeezing wedgies, and children simulating what its like to smack buttocks during intercourse.
Just look at this guy down below. Thats just one tiny example of how hardcore this little clip is. So sponge it into your brain, vomit it out upon your friends, and thank us with a firm spanking. Just click the Movies tab above and search hard for the Christmas video. Happy
Friday 8 December 2006
Burnout Dominator has been announced by publisher EA for release next year, with the new addition to the Burnout series staying current-gen on PS2 and PSP.
Dominator will have all the high speed collisions that have become the series' signature but much of the action will be served up in mini skill-based challenges such as drift or near-miss contests. The PSP version will have ad hoc multiplayer options as well as downloadable
Although your adult diapers are heavy and there's hair growing out of your ears, you lovable, hopelessly dated PS2 and PSP owners will be able to suffer new heart attacks when Burnout Dominator speeds onto your quaint pair of rusting antique consoles. Pull your pants up to your forehead, stomp on the pedal and ram every whippersnapper riding in a wheeled thing within your
Tuesday 28 November 2006
If you've been following the recent Ashes test you'll be in need of positive cricket news and so should be eager to see the latest shots of Brian Lara International Cricket 2007, which is heading online for its release next year.
The latest in the long running sports series aims to break new ground by providing extensive online play for both the PC and Xbox 360 version, although the PS2 version only supports multiplayer for up to four offline players.
Thursday 23 November 2006
Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 will be the first cricketing game to offer "extensive online play," publisher Codemasters has revealed today, with plans for Xbox Live-hosted multiplayer tournaments as well as leagues and exhibition matches when the game's released for Xbox 360, PC and PS2 next March. Head on up to the images tab to see how the game's looking.
All three formats will feature tournaments like the ICC World Cup 2007, and PC and 360 users will also
Tuesday 19 September 2006
Rockstar's playground ruckus, Canis Canem Edit, is due for launch on 27 October, but in case you've yet to be introduced to the world of Bullworth Academy - the school-of-hard-knocks-to-the-head where the game is set - here's a brand new trailer welcoming you to the schoolyard. Hit the movies tab above to watch it now.
We've already been hands on with Canis Canem Edit - back when it was still called Bully - and we're impressed. With all the production values, clever
Monday 18 September 2006
This fresh set of Canis Canem Edit images gives you a perfect peek at the game's in-class minigames, including shots from the English, gym, shop class, photography, art and chemistry lessons you'll be undertaking when the game launches on 26 October. Each subject has five tests and if you ace the challenge you'll earn a special reward.
In chemistry, it's your job to mix a series of bubbling liquids together to create a specific compound. This works by setting a chain
Tuesday 5 September 2006
Canis Canem Edit - the schoolyard-set action game that used to be called Bully - isn't all about flushing people's heads down the toilet. Occasionally, you'll have to prove that you rule the school in other ways, like in this new gameplay clip of a bike race between fighter-for-the-underdogs Jimmy Hopkins and the leader of rival gang, the Greasers. Hit the movies tab to watch.
The game has both bikes and skateboards for you to zip around the school on - although using
Friday 1 September 2006
Bully, the controversy-stoking schoolyard adventure game, has undergone a shock name change. While it'll remain Bully in the US, us Euro-dwellers will have to shuffle into games shops across the country and request a copy of Canis Canem Edit. That's Dog Eat Dog to those non-Latin speakers among you.
Publisher Rockstar says it is unable to comment on the reasons behind the name change, although imagining a tongue-tied protester attempting to chant it with righteous
Wednesday 23 August 2006
After being held in detention for almost a year, Bully is finally on track for a PS2 release, and Rockstar has released a second trailer of lead character Jimmy Hopkins' misadventures. Click the movies tab above to watch and, if you missed the game's first trailer, you can find it here.
As well as the expected schoolyard hijinks and Rockstar-grade dialogue, the latest trailer hints at some of the gameplay types we can expect from the game: sadistic dodgeball and