With Miami Vice set to be the action blockbuster of the summer, Vivendi is releasing a PSP game based on the Jamie Foxx and Colin Farrell film later this month. And to prepare you for entry into the city's seedier side, the Movies tab above has an explosive trailer for your viewing pleasure.
The game is a third-person shooter in which you play as undercover narcotics officers Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs, who must infiltrate the South Beach drug scene in order to take down a South American
Hot on the heels of GamesRadar's first significant write-up on World Tour Golf last week, European and US publisher Oxygen today announced that the name of the game is being changed to ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007.
The publisher stated in a press release yesterday that "a generic title did not do justice" to "a golf simulation for a worldwide audience." The new title refers to the game's realistic ProStroke system, which enables players to control their shots by adjusting their stance, club
The game was just announced this week, but Ridge Racers 2 has already let loose stream of screens for drifting drivers to eat up. While we're excited to see a follow-up to one the PSP's best launch titles, we're still hoping to hear that Racers 2 will feature some all-new tracks and not just another collection of the series' best courses. That said, you'll have access to more tracks, cars and songs than any other game in the franchise. To check out the first-ever images, just hit up the Images
Wednesday 5 July 2006
As we revealed earlier this week, a sequel to Namco's sideways-shifting Ridge Racer is on its way to PSP. And now, not only has Sony confirmed that Ridge Racer 2 will be out in the UK by the end of the year, but it has also sped over a tasty selection of shots from the game.
Under the bonnet of the latest version of the beautiful looking mover will be new cars, new racing modes and almost twice as many tracks as its predecessor. Up to eight players will be able to compete
Tuesday 4 July 2006
With the release of the game just over a week away and the premiere of the film at the end of the month, we thought we'd share a few shots of Cars for PSP with you.
Cars is a spin-off of the Pixar film of the same name and has you initially taking control of leading car Lightning McQueen as he attempts to capture the coveted Piston Cup Championship.
The PSP edition is actually quite different to console versions of the game - it's a tidy arcade racer that might appeal to
Tuesday 4 July 2006
Taito is working on a sequel to the PSP puzzle game Exit, due for an autumn release in Japan and called Kangaeru Exit.
Exit is a stylish puzzle game that puts you in control of Mr ESC who has the task of leading people out of perilous predicaments using only a series of voice commands.
Kangaeru Exit will have 110 new levels and the gameplay will be tweaked to include new commands, different types of obstacles and various different characters.
Exit was one of the first PSP
Ridge Racer will be returning to PSP in September - for Japanese gamers, at least - with the unsurprisingly titled Ridge Racers 2.
The racer has proved to be a big hit on the handheld, so much so that developer Namco has selected the best tracks from previous Ridge Racer titles to feature in the
Monday 3 July 2006
Ridge Racer will be returning to PSP in September - for Japanese gamers, at least - with the obviously titled Ridge Racer 2.
The Namco racer has proved to be a big hit on the handheld, so much so that the Japanese developer has selected the best tracks from previous Ridge Racers to feature in the game.
Ridge Racer 2 has 42 tracks selected from such games as Ridge Racer 4, the original PSone game and Ridge Racer Revolution. There is also a total of 62 cars to choose from and
Friday 30 June 2006
Sony has revealed its latest PSP peripheral - the 1.3 mega pixel camera that snaps on to the top of the handheld - due for release in Japan in the autumn.
The camera was put on display at its 'Play is Changing' exhibition at the Sony's Ginza showroom in Tokyo and Japanese website GameWatch took the picture below.
So now, when you're not playing games or watching UMDs, you can take
Publisher Activision is giving gamers and comic fans a chance to be part of its forthcoming superhero action-RPG Marvel: Ultimate Alliance as the voice of one of the in-game characters.
Previously Activision held online auditions for fans to become the voice of weedy Hulk alter-ego Bruce Banner. The response was so overwhelming that it's decided to extend the competition to allow fans to try out for the voice of the Sub-Mariner Namor. We reckon you should go for fishy and