Is there any game publisher out there who "gets it" quite as truly as Rockstar? Not only does the company constantly create stylish, genre-busting games like Grand Theft Auto III, The Warriors, and Manhunt, but then it takes care of its fans like nobody else. Case in point: this tricked-out, value-priced, hot rod of Midnight Club III: DUB Edition. It's a game which, to the enlightened, is also known as the best sub-thumping, ride-pimping, street cred-earning nighttime racer known to man.
Sony's first-party MLB series has been swinging a mean bat in recent years. Not since NFL GameDay in the late 1990s has Sony been so consistent with a sports franchise. Next February, we'll see a triple-header as MLB 07: The Show will play games on PS2, PSP, and PS3. How will this emerging star handle this type of schedule? Sony gave us a glimpse into the PS2 version of next year's title at a recent event in Los
Weve played lots of baseball on our PS2s, dating back to hum-dingers like High Heat MLB, and honestly theres only so many ways to slice a seven-inning stretch. Luckily, MLB 08 The Show, Sonys latest knuckleball hurler, has its returning DIY rookie initiator, Road to the Show, going for it. After spending some time in the last-gen strike zone with a preview build, its obvious Road to the Show, among other things, has received some love since last years trip to the mound.
Overall, The Show
Sept 24, 2007
Who needs realistic player models with motion-captured batting stances when you can have cute and cuddly sluggers with facial expressions that mirror their real-life counterparts? Wii Sports Baseball proved that you can pick up and play a sports game without having to fret over hyper-real 3D modeled sweat, yet left ballpark fans wanting more in the way of depth. Good thing Konami and 2K Sports are importing MLB Power Pros, based on the popular best-selling and long-running series
You never forget your first: your first kiss, your first car, the first time you ripped out a ninja's spine with your bare hands. Each new Mortal Kombat game dug a little deeper into its own gory mythology, but the next chapter in the famed fighting franchise will be the last. Mortal Kombat: Armageddon will end Kombat as we know it.
Why kill a good thing? To make room for a better one. MK's long and winding plotline will wrap up with the PlayStation 2 and Xbox; as those machines make way for
To find out more about this game why not visit the official Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks website .Since making its arcade debut 13 years ago, the Mortal Kombat series has bloodied a multitude of platforms with an absolute gutful of titles. Along the way a veritable soap opera has developed around the Shaolin Tournament combatants and the latest addition to the MK clan offers the opportunity to discover more about two of Earthrealm's finest fighters.Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks takes a flying
When you think of motorcycle racing, the first image that pops in your head is probably shrieking, blisteringly fast bikes rocketing down the track. Well, you're half right. We just hopped off our first crack at MotoGP4 and the first thing we learned in the 8-player, online races was how much slowing the hell down can affect the race.
Jockeys already know that MotoGP is all about cutting the most precise, time-shaving line through each turn, not necessarily going fast. To make this feel as
Slightly less popular than professional bull riding, college baseball has thrilled viewers of ESPN 2 (the loyal few that are awake at 4:00AM) for years. Since losing the Major League Baseball license, EA was forced to go back to school with its baseball games. While its upcoming MVP 07 NCAA Baseball lacks the pageantry of MLB, it just might have the best baseball gameplay you'll find this year.
Returning from last year's game are tight features like Load and Fire Batting and Precision
Nov 9, 2007
Let's pop the old wank hat on for a second and say that MX vs ATV Untamed is a game "built for the enthusiast but is no less accessible to the casual racing fan." What we mean in norm-speak is that it's a game made by bike nerds for bike nerds but is still a bit of fun for us