For millions of gamers, moviegoers and comic book fans, summertime symbolizes one thing - awesome trailers for movies we're not going to see for a year. As far as we're concerned, there's only one movie coming out in 2007, and it's Spider-Man 3, a film that's making the rounds ahead of Superman Returns right now. Or you can just view it here.
It's just a teaser, but there's plenty to soak up. You get to plainly see the living, tar-like black costume overtake Peter Parker as he sleeps, as well
You know, we were so hoping to see the four simian heroes of Super Monkey Ball Adventure happily scampering across our television sets by now. But now that the game's due out in August, we have to make do with these five new screens from the PS2 version. You can see them here.
Adventure is also coming to GameCube and PSP.
We've got the latest amusing video from the gang creating Rayman Raving Rabbids - just hit the Movies tab above to give it a view. In the second installment of what could be a neverending stream of clips showcasing what Rayman's enemies cannot do, we learn the murderous "rabbids" ain't so hot at housework. Click, smile and wait for the game's inevitable release near the holidays.
It doesn't really matter how long you've been gaming - you know who Sonic the Hedgehog is. Ever since his first appearance on the Sega Genesis in 1991, the hyperactive hedgehog has consistently been one of the most popular characters in video game history. To honor his longevity, SEGA's trumpeting its new, next-gen Sonic the Hedgehog game, due later this year, as well as an enhanced remake of the original Genesis game, only for Game Boy Advance. The new version will incorporate Sonic's spin
There's hardly a rim left to tweak in the Need for Speed universe, so perhaps that's why the series is once again wandering into the wilderness in search of new thrills. EA's newly announced Need for Speed Carbon slams you onto perilous canyon roads that twist and turn through dusty, gusty outdoor settings, but don't worry, you'll still be managing a pimped-out runnin'
With a new game in the SmackDown! series piledriving its way onto shelves every November, the perpetual quandary facing the developer is what can be added each year that hasn't been done already. The answer for SmackDown! vs Raw 2007, it seems, comes in the shape of a new interface, far greater control over grappling maneuvers... and a realistic new sweat system.
And as these brand new shots demonstrate, there's now also far more scope for scrapping outside the ring, thanks to a new 'fighting
Looking for a place to buy high-end accessories for your PSP? Like, really high-end? Like, "more expensive than the PSP itself" high-end? Sony's Signature line has got you covered - if you're planning to visit Japan sometime soon, at
Did you like flying around in a Legofied Jedi starfighter in Lego Star Wars? Stuff like that will be just the tip of the iceberg in the sequel, according to publisher LucasArts.
In a press release yesterday, the company announced that Lego Star Wars II will not only add a slew of new vehicles - including X-Wings, plastic dewback lizards (complete with chomping action) and a bricky version of the Millennium Falcon - but it'll integrate them into the platform-hopping gameplay in ways that the
Gun Showdown, the PSP offshoot of last year's Wild West shooter Gun, will feature six-player WiFi multiplayer, offering deathmatch, Last Man Standing and "Golden Cross" matches when it is released this autumn. You can team up or go head-to-head - and you can see how the six-player action pans out in our new trailer (under the Movies tab above), or hit the Images tab to see some fresh
If you just started playing games in the past five or six years, you wouldn't understand just how insanely popular professional tomb raider Lara Croft was in the late '90s. Her bountiful assets and explorative gameplay captivated untold legions of gamers, and now her first raid is getting a 10th anniversary remake for PS2, PSP and PC, courtesy of Tomb Raider Legend developer Crystal