The fourth Devil May Cry game is almost upon us. Later this year, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 gamers will get the chance to take control of a new hero, Nero, and fight the demonic hordes that plague his world.
Today, we bring you the first new taste of Devil May Cry 4 you've had in a good while - in the form of world exclusive screenshots and movie footage that show off the latest adventure.
Feast your eyes upon Nero's battle with the wicked Berial, or the speedy Frost enemies. Witness the
When something's good, you obviously want it to last. It's human nature. That universal truth carries over into the world of videogames in the form of countless sequels to successful franchises. It's no mystery why there are a billion Pokemon games or 16 Metal Gears - we want these prime examples of gaming bliss to carry on forever. What we can't figure out is why some franchises lurch onward despite near-unanimous panning and bountiful negative press. These series get regular installments
It's been over two years since WarDevil showed itself. But our grasp of WarDevil 's particulars is currently limited to the knowledge that it's a PS3-exclusive, and it looks a little like that futuro-war music video from Linkin Park.
Publisher Ignition has spuffed out a trio of new screens, which is nice of them, but gameplay details are still conspicuous by their absence. So we've set our analytical sights on this screenshot update, and attempted to figure out just what sort of game WarDevil
Are you tired of walking by your friend/co-workers monitor with that adorable puppy desktop and getting drawn into conversations about how cute their pet looks? Wouldnt you rather have people walking by your monitor and engaging you in discussions about what went down on RAW last week? Heres your chance to swing water cooler discussions in your favor by downloading our gigantic WWE-themed wallpaper in celebration of WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2008.
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A "complete" list of publishers and developers attending the newly slimmed-down E3 have been made available to press, and as expected the numbers fall far short of previous expos.
Just 32 companies (yes, you read that right) are listed for this year's event, which will take place in Santa Monica in July. Attendees include (deep breath) 1C Company, Activision, Akella, Atari, Atlus, Disney Interactive Studios, Capcom, Codemasters, Crave Entertainment, Eidos, Electronic Arts, Konami, LucasArts,
As we reported yesterday, Namco-Bandai's bonkers Japanese roll-'em-up is making its way to Xbox 360 and PS3 and we've got the first screens of Beautiful Katamari Damacy, as it's currently known, right here.
If you haven't been fortunate enough to experience the joys of Katamari, you play as that little green dude with the hammer-like head and you roll around a sticky ball - called a Katamari - to pick up small objects around a giant house. As more stuff accumulates on your Katamari, it gets
Publisher/developer Codemasters has today revealed three new titles for 2008 that will be released on 'leading console platforms' (read that as PS3 and Xbox 360) and PC. Race Driver One may not have the TOCA prefix but is the next outing in the successful series of racing games; Operation Flashpoint 2 is the long-awaited sequel to the PC-only tactical shooter; and Rise of the Argonauts is an all new action RPG.
Read on for more info on each of these new games...
Rise of the
After the national tragedy of this week's Virginia Tech shooting, it's difficult to imagine a positive side - but we're nonetheless relieved to see prominent media figures come forward to say games aren't the real problem. Anti-game activist Jack Thompson got yelled at on national TV by Chris Matthews and then slammed in an MSNBC article. Rush Limbaugh downplayed the supposed dangers of videogames on his radio show. It's true that neither Matthews nor Limbaugh are
Sony America has released info on its Q2 line-up of games for the four three PlayStation platforms. And when the PS2 line-up looks better than your PS3 portfolio, you know there's something not quite right.
According to Sony over 100 first and third-party titles will launch over the next few months, which Sony describes as "an impressively robust software line-up." Over 100 games across three platforms is bound to cover most genre of gaming but the only one that's missing - especially for PS3
Forums: love 'em or really, really hate 'em, there's often a thread of fact or scrap of info to be found among the flame wars and name-calling. As we reported yesterday, if a recent post slapped on the GameFAQs forum is to be believed, they're also home to some earth-shattering inside information. Or just idle rumor.
The poster, Jadex9, claims to know a Rockstar employee who's blabbed a torrent of eyebrow-raising info about Grand Theft Auto IV, its characters, and its gameplay - all of which