Point your eyes down the page at one of the first images from SKATE, EA's Tony Hawk-rivalling skateboard title, which is set to hit PS3 and Xbox 360 next year. Hit the Images tab above to check out ten new screens.
The shots give you an idea of the bright, colorful look SKATE is aiming for, as well as the real-world inspired locations that'll be busy with real-world dangers, like roaring packs of traffic to skitch
One of the more unusual games making its way to PS3 is Eye of Judgment - a game that uses EyeToy magickery to transform a round-the-table hand of mythical-flavored card battling into an on-screen spectacle of swords 'n' sorcery.
And now developer Sony has shuffled us some photos to illustrate how the game is played. Click the Images tab above for the full
Dancing with Link
Do you ever read press releases? We read them every day. They range from bland to moronic to hilarious nonsense - and here's a prime example of that last one. "Call your friends, cancel your plans and set your cell phone on vibrate. The first TV commercial for Nintendo's amazing new Wii video game system is set to air Tuesday night."
Are they serious?
At any rate, yes - the commercial will be on tonight. During Dancing with the Stars. The good news? It'll also be on YouTube
After hitting both Xbox consoles and the PC, Blazing Angels: Squadrons of World War II will tear its way onto the PlayStation 3 shortly after the console launches this week. Normally, a port of a game that came out in March wouldn't get us excited, but Blazing Angels will be the first game to make full use of the Sixaxis pad's tilt controls - meaning you'll be able to steer planes just by moving the
This fresh footage from Army of Two, EA's teamwork shooter that straps you into the reinforced boots of a Middle East operating mercenary duo, shows us exactly what Marvin Gaye was probably thinking when he penned "It takes two, baby".
Hit the Movies tab above to watch the educational footage, illustrating the co-op gameplay at the heart of the next-gen
Killzone on PS3 will not be shown again "until it's going to exceed people's expectations," Phil Harrison, executive vice president for Sony Europe, has revealed.
"It will be next year before we show it again," Harrison states, although he claims that "some elements already exceed the trailer."
Sony hasn't given Killzone on PS3 an airing since the infamously eye-boggling trailer that was released in 2005 at the E3 games exhibition in Los Angeles, wowing audiences with its retina-stunning
Gamers will be able to reserve their preferred nickname for use on PS3's online service as early as this Friday, when Sony's console launches here in the US.
Sony will enable anyone, regardless of location, to sign up at PlayStation 3's official site and register a username for when we eventually play
PlayStation 3: it's there
So the PS3 went on sale in Japan this past Saturday. Next Generation reports that 88,400 units were sold over the weekend, a bit more than the 80,000 that Sony promised (well, after cutting the launch down from 100,000, that is.) By now you've maybe read about the dark side of the PS3 launch: fat cat businessmen forcing immigrants into line to buy units to auction off, at least as far as Kotaku reports. We don't doubt that it's (basically) true. It was a matter of
Our eyes are bloodshot and are trigger finger is cramped, but weve managed to extract more information from those casino- and capitalism-hating terrorists in Rainbow Six Vegas. This time, it comes in the form of new screens and a developer video guiding you through all six modes of tactical multiplayer action.
For an in-depth look at two of those modes - Attack & Defend and Team Survival - read our multiplayer hands-on. In addition to regular Survival mode, which is basically a
So, here we are. The final day of our gargantuan 101 greatest gaming moments list, but before you skip and click straight to our number one moment, why not take some time to reflect on all the great gaming moments that have preceded this momentous day by hitting the links below:
• Day one: 101-71
• Day two: 70-51
• Day three: 50-31
• Day four: 30-11
Good stuff, hey? From Stuntman at 101 to Sonic Adventure at 11 and all the moments of golden-edged gaming goodness in between