Liandri Corp has a problem. A problem with three legs, two drivers and a horrible death beam that scorches the earth, leaving carcasses of vehicles in its wake. Currently, that problem is smack in the center of a CTF map that Epic included in Unreal Tournament III.
It's called the Dark Matter Walker, and it's just about the most fun we've had in a vehicle, since... well. Two minutes ago when we were on a hoverboard, hitching a lift to the front line by hooking on to the back of a speeder bike
If Unreal Tournament 2007's stoopid graphics, oh-my-God physics, and announced PS3 title status doesn't peg the needle on your Hype-O-Meter, nothing will. Our first peek at this next-gen first-person shooter verged on a religious experience.
Developer Epic is taking its light-on-story-but-heavy-on-the-trigger shooter and layering on new vehicles, weapons and game modes, then wrapping the whole thing in savage graphics. At its core, UT2007 will remain a tournament-style blaster that sends you
Oct 3, 2007
Editors Note: In case you havent heard, this babys been delayed ‘til 2008.
When our straining ears picked up the first whispered rumours emanating from Epic that Unreal Tournament 3 was coming to PS3, we couldnt sleep at the prospect of getting our mitts on the game. And thats exactly what we did on a recent visit to Epics North Carolina offices, where lead designer Steve Polge and producer Jeff Morris unveiled the nearly completed version of what could be one of the most
When we first saw Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom, it looked like a high-definition remake of the PSP adventuring series - and a not-so-exciting way to say hello to the PlayStation 3. Now that it's had a little more time to simmer, it's starting to stand out. With the graphics tuned up and the gameplay refined, Untold Legends begins to seem like an adventure worth embarking on.
The revamped warrior character is a far cry from the steroid-soaked joke that the game debuted with. Though he's still a
Details on PS3's launch library are still scant following the flurry of launch plan announcements on 15 March but there have been a few solid confirmations. One of these is Untold Legends Dark Kingdom, which will bring the hack 'n' slash series from Sony's handheld to its next-gen console in November.
While we haven't yet seen much of the game (aside from some early footage that showed a hulking barbarian running around and punching monsters in the head), Dark Kingdom looks like a next-gen
Details on the PS3's launch library are still scant following the flurry of announcements on March 15, but there have been a few solid confirmations. One of these is Untold Legends Dark Kingdom, which will bring the hack-and-slash series from Sony's handheld to its next-gen console in November.
While we haven't yet seen much of the game (aside from some early footage that showed a hulking barbarian running around and punching monsters in the head), Dark Kingdom looks like a next-gen version of
In our two previous looks at Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom, we gave you an overview of this PlayStation 3 launch title and discussed two of the three characters - the scout and the warrior. The developers recently popped by with a new version of the upcoming action RPG that showed off the third character, as well as a notable improvement in the visuals. They also shared some of its online plans with us.
We were immediately struck by how nicely the graphics are coming along when we saw the most
Fancy enjoying the fun of physics-based motorbike mayhem on platforms other than Xbox 360 and PC? Then you'll want to take a look at Urban Trial Freestyle, which is heading to PSN, Vita and 3DS very soon. As a matter of fact, you can even watch us playing the Vita version...