Oct 3, 2007
If you want to discover the wonders of Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction for yourself, we'd suggest clicking away now. The video we're about to show you features action from the later levels, tackled with some of the best gadgetry in the game. Yup - we would have stuck around too.
First, you'll see the planet Viceron and the start of your break-in run on the intergalactic jail. We're not going to tell you why you're breaking in - we're not that mean. Then you'll see the
Sept 28, 2007
An "updated and optimised" version of the Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction E3 demo will be made available for download via the PlayStation Network within the next two weeks, Sony has confirmed.
Greg Phillips, line producer of SCEA revealed that the demo "should be available via PSN in North America by October 11."
A Sony UK correspondent has told us it expects the demo to hit the UK PSN around "mid-October" (although if you're smart you'll already have a US account
Sept 25, 2007
UK mag PSM3 has been given the world exclusive review of Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction on PlayStation 3, slapping a 90%-plus score on the flagship title, and crediting it with "[tapping] PS3's monstrous potential".
Since they're the only mag to have played and reviewed the game, we'll let some sneak quotes whet your appetite for the full verdict - but we're not about to reveal the actual score. You'll have to grab yourself a copy of PSM3 issue #93 when it goes on
Sept 12, 2007
A single-level demo of Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction will go live on PSN on October 4, Sony has confirmed.
The free demo will let you run riot in the first level of the game, set in a now-destroyed Metropolis City.
In this PS3 sequel, Ratchet and his partner must travel around the galaxy exploring new worlds in a battle against an ancient race of insect-like monsters called Cragmites unleashed by the evil Emperor Percival Tachyon.
The full game will be out in
Sept 11, 2007
The musical journey to Rock stardom will begin, we hope, before the year is out on Xbox 360 and PS3, and the latest CG trailer demonstrates just what can be achieved if you and your musical buddies practice, practice, practice.
We saw glimpses of some of Rock Bands band members in the E3 trailer, but not content with having to share the limelight with gameplay clips four of them have found time to star in there own music video.
Perched on top of a moving car and Rocking out to
Sept 5, 2007
We have an updated list of tracks that will be available for Rock Band when it releases in November. To be perfectly honest, the list has grown so much that we aren't entirely sure which songs are new to the list and which we already knew about. We do know that they have an impressive list of master tracks with only three cover versions on the list so far.
Check this out, our most rockin', most updated Rock Band track list:
Blue Oyster Cult "Don't Fear the Reaper"
Aug 22, 2007
Rock Band will now launch on PlayStation 2, in addition to Xbox 360 and PS3, developer Harmonix has announced at today's Leipzig Games Show. And as a nice little extra, there's also been ten new tracks revealed from the game's final line up.
The PS2 version will "showcase many of the same challenging modes" as the next-gen editions, according to Harmonix, but will also bring in new features only available on the last-gen machine.
The new tracks are all original master
Aug 17, 2007
The Resistance: Fall of Man developer is gearing up to release its second PS3 title this October in the form of Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction.
The news was revealed during the firm's latest podcast through we're still waiting to see if October 23 is a global release date or US only. Either way a European release shouldn't be too far behind.
Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction is shaping up to be gem of an action platformer. You can find out why over
Aug 16, 2007
No one really knew what to expect. When we got the invite to flicker/fusion/frequency, it was billed as a videogame-themed installation/performance art experience at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. What we saw when we arrived was truly inspiring. The artists, Rachel Torrey and Steve Dye, had turned the MOMA's state of the art theater into the ultimate gaming setup. Forget your wimpy "home theater," this was "theater theater," as in 60 foot screen and full, throbbing
Developer id, in case you don't know, is effectively the father of the modern FPS - having forged the blast-heavy genre through landmarks like Wolfenstein, Doom and Quake. Now id is trying something a little different, with brand new title Rage.
The first footage, shown last weekend at a Quake convention, suggests a mix of popular FPS action styles and other types of gameplay. There's the traditional shooting in store, of course. But watch for some Condemned-type upclose violence, the