We sat down for a chat with Justin Manning, Associate Producer for The Order of the Phoenix from EAs UK studio to find out all the latest gossip surrounding the darkest Harry Potter novel so
When it comes to heart-exploding jet action, Namco's Ace Combat series has had the genre cornered for years. But for some, even Ace leans too far to the flight-sim side of things, forcing you to bank, yaw and obey the restrictions of your plane. That's where Heatseeker comes in. Its no-nonsense approach to blasting jets out of the sky should have no trouble courting adrenaline-soaked gamers even if they've never piloted a virtual jet in their life.
Real-world sorties involve quick strikes
The Hitman series has always been about finding creative solutions to problems, specifically the "problems" its protagonist is hired to kill. As the bald assassin named 47, players have been able to run around with guns blazing, sneak through the shadows and garotte guards from behind or slip on a disguise to poison or smother their targets, all to more or less equal effect.
Due in May, Hitman: Blood Money ups the ante not only by giving players inventive ways to kill, but also by giving them
Now that all the hullabaloo concerning gimmicky motion-sensor tennis has subsided, maybe now we can take a look at a game with a little more bounce in its step. Well, for those whove been living in a sports proof bubble for the last decade, Hot Shots Golf has been giving that old fuddy-duddy sport a swift kick in the ass dating back as far as the original PlayStation. Not quite a sim, yet not quite over-the-top arcade madness, the Hot Shots franchise has been consistently breathing new life