After keeping a carefully low profile of late, Haze - the upcoming PS3, 360 and PC first-person shooter from Timesplitters developer, Free Radical - has popped its head out from cover but - before you get too excited - we should tell you that it's only in the form of a website promoting Mantel Global Industries - the corporation that plays a pivotal part in Haze's storyline.
The site offers a truly bewildering amount of information on the make-believe company, but rather than trying to
It's been suggested that just because GTA IV concentrates on a single city as opposed to an entire state it's not going to be a very big game world. We're not so sure. And we've used Google Maps to prove it.
First we used Google Maps editing kit and dropped in all the known locations that have been seen in the trailer. Then we added the Liberty City/NYC boroughs revealed by the Game Informer preview. Finally we drew a boundary around certain geographical locations that we can imagine serving
We're not sure if they meant to do it, but PLAY magazine UK has inadvertently announced a game we thought was a good four years away, with news that next month it has an exclusive on the SIXTH installment of the best-selling crime-sim. We've printed a picture of it below just so you can see we aren't making it
Everyone's favorite fruitloop puzzler - that's Katamari Damacy, if you haven't had the pleasure - has been confirmed for an appearance on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, in the guise of Beautiful Katamari Damacy.
The brand new game, boosted with online features and bigger, more complex environments, was revealed in the latest issue of Japanese gaming bible Weekly Famitsu.
We've uncovered this brilliantly eccentric bit of artwork for the game, and a single screenshot, though they unfortunately
Want to see what Harry Potter looks like in next-gen? We've just received the first gameplay images for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, which you can see for yourself by clicking here or heading to the Images tab above.
Visually, EA seems to be treating its most famous franchise very well. The graphics in these five shots are surprisingly impressive for what could have been (mistakenly) relegated to kiddie fare. The characters appear lifelike and the environments appear accurate...
Marvel and Sega are expanding their relationship to bring more superhero licenses to the Sonic developer's bustling farm, including rights to The Incredible Hulk, Thor and Captain America.
The trio of comic franchises bolsters Sega's existing deal to make games based on the Iron Man comic, which has both a film and game slated for release next
We've heard zip on Ubisoft's videogame based on TV show Lost since its announcement last May, but new details emerging are confirming platforms the title is heading to.
Reported on Joystiq, a new official Lost podcast has found the show's producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse stating that the game is heading to PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
Cuse explained that Ubisoft Montreal, which is handling development, recently "did a demo on some of the stuff." Lindelof added that what was shown was "very
Okay, so with her chain-slung blades, epic, fantastical backdrops and fluid, 360 degree fighting skills, Heavenly Sword's Nariko has more than a few things in common with God of War's Kratos. But, so what? God of War is still one of the best games you'll ever play, and this huge barrage of new images suggests Heavenly Sword will offer a similar level of visceral, exhilarating action while carving out its own atmosphere and style.
Meanwhile, a fresh load of artwork released by developer Ninja
The multiple games in development as part of Square's Final Fantasy XIII project will not be limited to PS3 and mobile releases, Square Enix's Motomu Toriyama has reportedly confirmed.
Six games in total are expected in the project which Square calls Fabula Nove Crystallis, and if the report on Gamefront is accurate we could see FFXIII games appear on Nintendo and Microsoft consoles. However, it's speculated that the statements made by Toriyama may have been misread owing to poor
In our honest opinion, boss battles just can't get big enough - which is why this new footage from Spider-Man 3 has kept our eyes interested so long.
It's a quick run through of the epic battle between Spider-Man and Sandman, concluding with a scene where Sandman balloons himself up to gigantic proportions to take down the be-spandexed wall crawler.
For more in depth info, check out our line-up of Spidey coverage. Meanwhile, get your peepers pointed at the trailer below.