Konami is planning to release Silent Hill Collection for the PS2 on April 13, a triple-strength box set consisting of all three games that have hit the console over the years.
Timed to coincide with the release of the Silent Hill movie, Collection features Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill 3 and Silent Hill 4: The Room. Although it won't be offering anything new for seasoned Hillers, it's the perfect chance for everyone else to get acquainted with one of the most atmospheric and twisted game series
Thursday 30 March 2006
Konami is to release Silent Hill Collection for PS2 on 13 April, a triple-strength boxset consisting of all three games to have hit the console over the years.
Timed to coincide with the US release of the Silent Hill movie, the Collection features Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill 3 and Silent Hill 4: The Room. Although it won't be offering anything new for seasoned Hillers, it's the perfect chance for everyone else to tuck in to one of the most atmospheric and twisted game
After more than four years in the making, Blizzard has announced that it has indefinitely postponed production of its tactical action game StarCraft: Ghost, which was due to appear on PS2 and Xbox later this year.
Blizzard points to its desire to "focus the company's console development efforts on the next generation of console platforms" as the reason behind the decision, and that over the coming months it will "further evaluate the next-gen console technology and determine the best plan of
Shadow of the Colossus has won several heavyweight plaudits at the Game Developers Conference Awards. Taking place on 22 March, the GDC awards are an opportunity to give recognition to games based on their quality rather than their popularity.
Colossus scooped four awards (Best Game, Character Design, Audio Design and Best Visual Arts). God of War, despite being nominated in six different categories, never got a look in. Kratos was unavailable for comment, mostly because we were a bit scared
For many older gamers, it was the ultimate football game and now Sensible Soccer is making a comeback for PS2, Xbox and PC.
Set for release early next year to coincide with its 15th anniversary, Sensible Soccer will feature the same lightening-quick action and signature physics-defying banana shots, as well as a brand new look. From the shots provided you'll see that the players, while retaining massive heads, are now cel-shaded.
Original SS creator Jon Hare has been brought on to the
EA has released a trailer and fresh details about its Superman Returns game, which will accompany the summer release of the Warner Bros. film.
The trailer has Superman battling the evil Metallo in the streets of Metropolis, which will comprise 80 virtual squares miles of bustling fictional city, including over 1,000 buildings. The Man of Steel will be able to explore all of this freely as he protects the city's people from natural and not-so-natural disasters. If it looks a little too gorgeous
The first screens have emerged from Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run, revealing not only that The Rock will appear in the lead role, but also that the PS2 game will allow you to get out of the Interceptor for the first time.
Tied into the forthcoming John Woo film of the same name, Nowhere to Run will also feature the much-muscled Dwayne Johnson using his full range of fighting skills including head butts, body slams and a terrifying move involving raising just one quizzical eyebrow.
And while the
Ubisoft has today released the very first footage and confirmed the name of Sam Fisher's next adventure: Splinter Cell Double Agent.
As you already know Sam is doing stir for killing his daughter but this revealing trailer hints that his time in Cell Block H might all be a front for infiltrating a terrorist cell.
And while we are exploring the duality of Sam, the man himself will have choices to make thanks to a branching storyline and multiple endings that will rely on morality as much as
Electronic Arts has unveiled a single supershot of Superman Returns, the superhero action game based on the Man of Steel's return to the big screen.
The film Superman Returns is being directed by Bryan Singer, who did a superb job of bringing the X-Men to the big screen. The story sees Superman returning from self-imposed exile to find that Lois Lane, the love of his life, has moved on, while old foe Lex Luthor is up to his old Metropolis-threatening tricks.
EA Tiburon - responsible for the
EA has released two more shots of Superman Returns, the videogame of the forthcoming superhero film which will be out this summer.
The shots have Superman attempting to protect Metropolis from the attentions of a skyscraper-tall robot. The lanky mech is Metallo, a giant robot with a Kryptonite heart.
Metallo originally appeared in the Superman comics as the mechanical rebuilt body of crook John Corben. Professor Emmett Vale created the robot suit and then powered it with Kryptonite in order