Majesco Games has announced it is to publish the videogame version of Aeon Flux, the sci-fi film starring Oscar starlet and all-round beauty Charlize Theron that is itself based on the quirky Liquid Television cartoon of the same name.
While the original cartoon (that aired on the Liquid Television MTV line-up alongside Beavis & Butthead) featured a busty, scantily clad, scarily gun-happy monster of a woman, the film - and as such the game - will feature a much subtler character, better
The Inception trailer is a gold-wrapped gift to the internet's tradition of mash-ups. The trailer's music alone lathers a suffocatingly-thick coat of drama on anything it touches, as evidenced by this way-better-than-the-actual-trailer Alan Wake trailer. And beneath that, Psychonauts gets a full Inception trailer work up - the result is phenomenal, and a little disturbing...
Remedy is forthright about turning its attention to Quantum Break...
Freedom of speech? Bah! Who wants that? Games are clearly rotting humanity’s collective eternal soul and must be banned accordingly. The following collection of violent, titillating titles have offended censors all over the world. Some have been beaten to death by the banning bat for their gory deaths, others for displaying acts of girl-on-girl action, while one was even banned for having a two-headed cow. Really, just what is this
Sega has unveiled a whole bunch of release dates for its upcoming line-up, including Sonic Unleashed, Aliens: Colonial Marines and Space Siege.
The, dare we say, promising-looking Sonic Unleashed has been given a strong November date, while Aliens FPS Colonial Marines has unfortunately slipped into 2009. Golden Axe: Beast Rider, if anyone cares, hits shelves in September.
Chris Taylor's Space Siege has also been branded with a
can’t match the first week sales of 2010’s Aliens vs Predator…
It even owes money to the local pizzeria...
The studio's bankruptcy protection may have turned into liquidation...
Some truly ropey footage of Atari's Alone in the Dark 5 has stepped out of the shadows, offering a glimpse of what's in store for this grim, action-slanted survival horror. Did we say ropey? We meant it - the clip sees lead character Edward Carnby scrambling his way up the side of a crumbling skyscraper, clinging onto a length of rope that's serving as a lifeline.
Flaming masonry plummets past him as he ascends, and exploding cars from the street below soar up and nip at his heels. Even the
Nov 13, 2007
PS2 and Wii have joined the platforms (PC, Xbox 360 and PS3) set to receive the new Alone in the Dark game from Atari.
So, PS2 and Wii versions (screens of which can be found here) are being developed by Hydravision (Eden Games is handling the other versions), and feature the same storyline as the previously announced outings for the revival of the venerable survival horror series.
Oh, the storyline? "...over the course of one apocalyptic night, hero Edward Carnby must uncover