Halloween isn't just all about costumes and candy, it's also about spooky game add-ons filled with zombies, pumpkins… or both! Check out some of the Halloween themed trailers and screens that were released today…
Several cross-gen titles on stage and the showroom floor...
In the blue corner we have The Greatest of All Time. In the red corn... screw it. We just can't bang the mega clichéd phrasing out. What we can do is tell you we'd back Chun Li's thighs of granite in any semi fair fight. That, and we can also inform you that you should vote for The Fighting Game of the Year at this month's Golden Joystick Awards. Full details inside.
This weeks edition of Trailer Trash is bigger than Ron Pauls internet marketing team – its bursting at the seams with new trailers, tech demos, and gameplay footage. Naturally, weve sarcastically criticized each one for no reason other than its fun. Get comfortable, theres an express shipment of delicious streaming video on route to your eyeballs.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
This must-see tech demo shows off The Force Unleasheds three simulation technologies and how they work
Wednesday 10 May 2006
When Wii hits the shops at the end of the year, it'll play host to next-gen versions of both Tony Hawk's and Call of Duty, according to publisher Activision.
Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam and Call of Duty 3 are set for release in autumn, and will feature in the launch line-up for Nintendo's newly rechristened console. However, despite hitting several current and next-gen systems, Call of Duty 3 won't be striking a beachhead on PC.
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