On top of the many demos Sega delivered in its press day this morning (check the news sections for more), the company also announced three new titles that'll bolster its lineup over the next year. The first and most exciting of the three is Condemned 2: Bloodshot, a sequel to one of the 360's better launch games due early next year. Underneath the original's unsettling and depressing atmosphere was a truly enticing gameplay experience just waiting for you to explore - if you like crawling
David "God of War" Jaffe's downloadable PS3 game Calling All Cars! won't be available this week as previously thought, due to issues with the game code. According to a forum post by Jaffe made yesterday, the game's release has been held up "as two very key bugs were found at the last second."
SCEA spokesman Paul Murphy had a different view, however: "How is there a delay if there's no official launch date?" he said, adding that the previously perceived May 3 release date came from an earlier
Tired of killing Nazis? It seems that insurgents have usurped the Germans as the opponent of choice in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Moving away from the franchise's traditional World War settings, the first trailer features a variety a scenarios ranging from the cabin of a commercial airplane to the streets of what looks like a Middle Eastern city.
Publisher Activision doesn't win any points for originality with the game's subtitle and new present day setting, seeing as how competitor,
Eidos daddy company SCi has thrown in the towel and decided to release its blaster duo Kane & Lynch: Dead Men and Crossfire on PlayStation 3.
This sets up Kane & Lynch, the next shooter from the Hitman boys, for a simultaneous release on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC this year. Crossfire meanwhile, a new game from the developer behind the Conflict series, will arrive next year on the same platforms.
SCi also says it's in advanced negotiations for the film rights to the Kane & Lynch film, following up
Susan Nourai, the senior director of the PlayStation Network, has been speaking about the future of the PSN and how the company plans to improve the experience over time.
"We look at PSN as an emergent entertainment network. Our goal is to take a consumer-centric approach in both user experience, and just as important, to provide the type of content that consumers expect from PlayStation. This is evident in the types of games we offer on the PlayStation Store, like flOw, Calling All Cars and
The stunning technology that Crytek has developed to power its forthcoming first-person shooter Crysis has been revealed afresh in a new-ish trailer released.
We call it new-ish, because its actually the CryEngine 2 trailer the developer was showing at this year's GDC. So, you may have seen it previously, but it's now available in a direct-feed version which we've uploaded into our video player. And if you haven't seen it before, all we can say is that it's a must-see as what's on display is
Colin McRae: Dirt looks amazing and Codemasters is only too happy to show it off.
This new trailer is just a teaser of what the game will look like and, of course, it's stunning.
Good as it may look, however, it doesn't look like real-time graphics to us, which is a shame because the actual game looks so good that in-game footage would easily have been impressive enough. Just check out our screens through the Images tab, which DO represent in-game visuals.
Colin McRae: Dirt is expanding the
The funny thing about inventing a genre of videogames is that, until it becomes completely played out, every game that emulates your formula is going to be attached to your name. Games that feature a wide-open, freely explorable world, for example, will have a hard time avoiding the label of "Grand Theft Auto clone," especially if their worlds are littered with vehicles to steal and drive.
In the six years since Grand Theft Auto III, a slew of games have tried to become "the next GTA," but so
We're being given a teasing glimpse of developer Codemasters' horror-fest Clive Barker's Jericho in a new trailer running for just over a minute. Get your pants scared off by taking a peep via our video player below.
In development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, Jericho's a squad-based FPS that relates the story of Jericho Team, a seven-man strike force established to protect the government from paranormal threat.
Clive Barker is steering the game all the way from conception. "I'd love people to
Developer Crytek and EA plan to release both a single-player and multiplayer demo of Crysis shortly before the hotly anticipated FPS releases, fansite InCrysis is reporting.
In addition, it's stated the shooter will be out in Q3 2007 - so between July and September - however EA was unavailable to confirm this at the time of