If you somehow managed to avoid the gore-caked delight that is Resident Evil 4, you're about to get a third chance - it's coming to Wii with added wibble-wobble controls. This new version will be an enhanced port of the PS2 game, however, so you'll get all the bonus costumes and extra missions that GameCube owners missed out on. Japanese magazine scans claim shaking the remote will use Leon Kennedy's knife, shaking while holding the B trigger will reload and pointing in general will aim
Capcom will shut down the online servers for PS2 game Resident Evil Outbreak: File#2 at the end of March. The closure affects both the original and the sequel of Capcom's online zombie fest.
A statement from the company reads: "Capcom regretfully announces that the server for our PlayStation 2 online game Resident Evil Outbreak: File#2 will be closing at the end of March 2007.
"Since Resident Evil Outbreak File#2 was released in August 2005, Capcom has provided a server enabling consumers to
Rez and Space Channel 5 fans will be excited to hear that ex-UGA boss Tetsuya Mizuguchi is determined to make his next project even better than his previous cult classics, as he revealed in a recent interview with our sister site, CVG.
"I hope the next game will be the best game in my career...This coming year and the next I'm concentrating solely on game making in a director's role. It will be my last hurrah," he
Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the creator of Rez, a magic mushroom-friendly cult-classic shooter, suggested his next game will be uncovered in the near future. He ensures us it'll be another exercise in delightful synapse stimulation.
"I can't talk about details, but I'm ready to go with my next game, which will be bigger than [my other games] Lumines or Every Extend Extra," the Q Entertainment founder revealed. "I want to use my passion and energy again using the next-gen technology. I have many reasons
On February 6th, 2007, pitiless developer Koei will mass-murder millions of Americans with an immense radioactive explosion named Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI.
Before you vaporize, remember this, sweetie cakes: the 11th romance is where you finally find bliss. This game will be the millennium-defining wet dream event for men of strategy, inducing universe-quaking narcotic emissions with a blend of peasant-crushing war and politics set in 2nd century China. To ensure youre manly enough,
A videogame version of Ratatouille, Pixar Animation's latest project about a French rat who really wants to be a great chef, will be launched on just about every gaming platform you can think of next summer.
In case you can't think of that many platforms, here's the list: PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, GameCube, PC, DS and PSP. Mon dieu.
As the Parisian rodent, Remy, you'll be skittering through a bunch of minigames and cookery challenges themed around what publisher THQ promises are "the film's
So this puts us up to about 50 or 60 thousand videos pertaining to Ubisoft's upcoming Rayman Raving Rabbids game, but we still get a little chuckle every time the annoying little critters wail with their blood-red eyes. Our two new videos provide evidence that these albino monstrosities can neither milk cows nor close doors behind them - we're not clear on what these limitations have to do with, oh, the game, but they're fun enough distractions.
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Eidos has released a trailer of its forthcoming action game, Reservoir Dogs, giving us a sneaky glimpse of what happened during the infamous heist that was the unseen centerpiece of the entire film.
The action game is based on the 1991 Quentin Tarantino film, but will concentrate on the events that weren't seen in the movie and so will hopefully provide a few answers to such questions as: just how psycho did Mr. Blonde actually get? Where did Mr. Pink hide the loot? And what happened to Mr.
Ubisoft delivered another little video for Rayman Raving Rabbids, and we've begun to detect a theme here. The third in their series of "Bunnies can't..." shorts, this episode depicts a Raving Rabbid bunny attempting to play with fireworks with decidedly mixed results. While these clips are entertaining, we'd still like to see more actual gameplay in them.
Still, we eagerly await future installments in this series, because we're hoping that they'll include: Bunnies can't perform colonoscopies,
Tuesday 4 July 2006
If you find giggling little girls scarier than shuffling zombies or rampaging mutants then Rule of Rose, due out for PC this October, is your type of survival-horror.
Set in the 1930s, it follows the story of a young girl called Jennifer who descends into the mysterious and spooky world of a club called Red Crayon Aristocrats. It's a society made up of young girls who obey a set of codes and regulations known as the Rule of Rose.
So rather than fighting your way out of