Monday 18 June 2007
Detective John McClane is back and as tough as ever in Die Hard 4.0, the fourth instalment from the action packed franchise which hits cinemas on Wednesday 4 July. To celebrate the return of the classic actioner were giving one lucky winner the chance to step into the next generation with a spanking new top of the range high definition TV.
An attack on the vulnerable US infrastructure begins to shut down the entire nation. The mysterious figure behind the shattering scheme
Back in ye olde days of 8-bit gaming, we didn't have teh interwebs or in-depth FAQs to get us through hours of repetitive dungeons and mindless enemies. We had to do it all ourselves, patiently praying for a wave of cheat codes to come in the next issue of Nintendo Power. Then, after countless hours (literally, because no game would count the hours) we'd see the ending... just to view another 8-bit sunset.
Seriously. Another one. How many games do you think end with a scene of the main
Team Ninja's Yosuke Hayashi, producer and director for Ninja Gaiden Sigma, says that the developer chose to dedicate Sigma to PS3 to make it the best game it could be, and is confident that its achievements will silence PS3 critics.
"Multi-format videogames have boomed in recent years, but when you make a game for multiple formats you cannot focus on one machine's specific capabilities - you have to focus on a common ground for all formats," Hayashi said at a Sigma event today.
"It is Team
Street racing fans rejoice: this new trailer (below) and a batch of screenshots show some achingly fast looking, customized-to-the-wipers, adorned-in-decals automobiles from the newly announced Need for Speed ProStreet.
As the title suggests, street racing will be the order of the day, while pimping your ride promises to be an even bigger factor than in previous games. Indeed, prangs, smashes and collisions will apparently all leave their mark - be it a dent, scratch or crumpled panel - so
Saturday 26 May 2007
Today we're proud to lauch the first issue of our online magazine Radar Update which can be found here. The interactive mag will feature the cream of GamesRadar's content including videos, previews, reviews and polls.
Haven't got time to search the net for videogame content - then subscribe and get Radar Update every week in your mailbox, where we've done the hard work for you. Best of all it's completely
Monday 21 May 2007
It was always going to happen, but this video is the first evidence that the eleventh Need For Speed is in the works.
We've know it was going to be called Pro Street since it was posted on the Wikipedia entry for NFS XI but the style of game this new version is to adopt is still yet to be revealed. According to the trailer we can expect to know a lot more on the 31 May.
Pro Street will be the first truly next-gen Need For Speed, apparently having been built from the
At Tecmo's Nite Out 07 in Tokyo last week, we were lucky enough to get a quick conversation with Yosuke Hayashi, director of Ninja Gaiden Sigma. At the event it was announced that the team had just completed the game - which will be released in July for the PlayStation 3. An enhanced remake of the classic Xbox actioner, our glimpse of the completed version on the demo consoles at the event left us excited for
Friday 4 May 2007
Nucleus and Super Stardust HD are set to hit the Playstation Network on 1 and 15 June respectively. Knowing that youll be waiting with baited SixAxis pads until then, weve managed to capture some gameplay footage of both titles in action that should help quench your gaming thirst.
Nucleus combines elements of our PlayStation Network favourites, Flow and Blast Factor, to create a game that starts off light and gentle then, just as you're getting settled, becomes very
September must seem so far away for those dedicated football fans who just can't seem to get excited about all the playoff basketball and hockey going on right now. To help tide you over until the gridiron action once again kicks off, we've got a slew of new screenshots (and even one video) for EA's upcoming pair of 08 titles, Madden NFL and NCAA Football.
Let's start with the pros. Even though we're only a few days removed from this weekend's NFL Draft, EA Tiburon has wasted no time in
A playable demo for Ninja Gaiden Sigma (or Ninja Gaiden Σ, for you sticklers out there) hit the PlayStation Store late last week, giving PS3 owners a chance to see for themselves just how far the title has come from its two Xbox incarnations. And although the demo is limited to the first level of the game, this isn't just a watered-down sample of things to come - boot it up, and you'll immediately get access to a handful of the game's most badass weapons. That includes the nunchaku, the