We recently laid bare seven of the rudest cheats and patches we could find, including everything from BloodRayne II's "Juggy Mode" to nude WoW dancing and naked lesbian Sims.
Turns out, we were just skimming the surface of a very deep bucket of lewd and lascivious game content, and, due to the massive response our first exposé received, we dove in for more. When we surfaced, wed pulled out five more cheats and patches which we think are the rudest ones yet. And, of course, well tell you
If the impending sunny weather and free-time of another pitiless summer is getting you down, you'll be happy to know that there'll still be a way to fight it out on the go. THQ's second foray into invertebrate battle is hitting a portable system near you, in the form of Worms: Open Warfare 2, and it's very much the same classic game that has made engaging in strategic warfare cuddly and addictive for well over a decade.
For those who haven't been drafted onto the squirmy battle field of Worms
Ubisofts first step at trying to kick-start the stalling Driver series is this PSP game that acts as prequel to Driver: Parallel Lines, and is set two years before. Just like previous games its a mix of driving and on-foot action with 27 missions divided up between six major plot strands.
New for the Driver series are multi-player options that allow you to test your driving skills against others using the PSPs Wi-Fi capabilities. Theres straight street racing, a Destruction Derby challenge and
Crush, as we saw in our earlier look, is a puzzle-meets-platformer blend with an intriguing twist. The gist of the gameplay is that you must alternate between 2D and 3D perspectives in order to progress through each level. It's easy to make comparisons to Super Paper Mario, because both games switch from 2D to 3D with the touch of a button. While it lacks Mario's visual appeal, Crush expands on the interdimensional idea creatively, allowing players to take multiple camera angles (or points of
Where once gamers were just geeks, we know that's not quite true anymore. Outsiders might still see the pale, socially inept bedroom dweller in all gamers but from the inside there's a wealth of difference.
Every gaming type is catered for in today's multi-billion dollar industry and, like it or not, we probably all fit quite neatly into a certain crowd. The games you choose, systems you pre-order and characters you revere define your inner gamer.
So we're here to help you find your place in
With Grand Theft Auto IV taking a new, more realistic direction in a radically different vision of Liberty City, it seems more and more as though the series - like its new protagonist, Niko Bellic - is angling for a fresh start. The cartoonish mayhem of previous GTAs seems out of place in this bleak new vision of Liberty, and according to our UK counterparts, virtually no familiar faces will appear in GTA IV. But that doesn't necessarily mean we've seen the last of them. Rockstar's left a lot
Like most cheat sites, CheatPlanet is driven by user submissions. While most of the submissions contain immensely valuable cheats and hints (and we love you for submitting them), some of them are total crap. Total, complete, utter, ridiculous crap. And yeah, its someones job to wade through this pool of randomly typed characters, 1337 speak, and profanity to rescue the useful game knowledge floating around beneath the surface.
To get to the point: occasionally this pool reveals a true gem - a
Even though it has the word "tactics" in the title, even though it's packed with familiar-looking grid-based strategy, there's no other portable game quite like Dungeons & Dragons Tactics. Meticulous enough for the most hardcore D&D fans, Tactics squeezes in several books' worth of rulemongering tabletop knowledge while still managing to be accessible for fans who just want to roll up some barbarians and kill some monsters already.
We've already talked up D&D Tactics' extensive features and
We'll just go ahead and cut to the chase for those of you who've been following the development of Manhunt 2: we've seen the infamous bit where a guy gets his testicles and one of his vertebrae removed by a pair of wire cutters, and yes, it's nasty. Not as nasty as the scene playing out in your head right now - the actual gore is limited to spraying blood and horrible fleshy wrenching noises - but nasty nonetheless.
We've also seen a pen broken off in a man's throat, a sex-hotel receptionist
Fans of history will know Joan of Arc as the most famous figure to emerge from the Hundred Years War – take that, John of Lancaster, First Duke of Bedford! - a young girl who used what she called visions from God to help the French in battle against occupying English forces. But what do gamers know about the upcoming PSP title named after her? Well, Jeanne dArc follows squarely in the footsteps of heroes of the tactical RPG genre like Disgaea and Final Fantasy Tactics. Theres nothing here