Megapublisher EA has unleashed new images that reveal what its gangster game, The Godfather, will look like when it arrives on PSP later this year. Titled The Godfather: Mob Wars, it's a mix of card-based, territory map-fiddling tactics and third-person action that seems well suited to Sony's gleaming handheld.
Take a look at these shots by hitting the Images tab above, and you'll see two types of gameplay. All of the traveling, carjacking and street-pounding has been sliced away; instead,
Friday 28 July 2006
Activision's pocket-sized, Wild West action game, Gun Showdown, is nearing its PSP release this September, so we've uncovered the latest bundle of screenshots to see how it's looking.
The game puts you in the cowboy boots of young gunslinger Colton White who is looking to uncover the reason behind his father's death. The PSP game will have the same gritty action as the console version but will have five more missions that fit seamlessly into the plot-line.
Also included is
Friday 28 July 2007
With the tactical turn-based war wager, Field Commander, marching its way into shops today, we've joined forces with Ubisoft to successfully secure 10 copies of the game to give away to lucky GamesRadar readers.
Field Commander is perfect handheld fodder and brings a much needed slice of strategical square-hopping warfare to PSP. Oversee a diverse selection of land, sea and air units and command them in the theatre of war as you test your military mind muscle against shady,
We've uncovered a trailer for Gangs of London, Sony's brutal Getaway-esque action game due for PSP release in November. And boy is it violent.
The game allows you to take control of one of five different gangs vying for control of Britain's capital. The action takes you through 60 missions of driving and bloody combat, with a tactical element that enables you to switch between gang members on the
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion will be released for PlayStation 3 this November and PSP in March 2007, according to game-retail giant EBGames, which recently posted these launch details for the two, as yet unconfirmed, versions of the massively single-player RPG.
A release schedule from developer Bethesda, leaked in April, supposedly revealed plans to release PS3 and PSP versions of Oblivion this November. However, with EBGames posting dates - most likely as placeholders for now - it would
Tuesday 25 July 2006
Box artwork for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories has recently been revealed by Rockstar, which reveals some of the characters we can expect to see in the next dip into the GTA PSP world this October.
Details about the plot of the game are few and far between but, if Liberty City Stories is anything to go by, gamers could well be taking control of familiar characters from the original PS2 game, while the supporting cast will be comprised of new and returning faces.
Get your first glimpse of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with this behind the scenes promo of the Ubisoft game, currently in development to accompany the release of the new Turtles films, due to be released next March.
The promo shows how developer Ubisoft Montreal has approached the game by identifying three aspects of being a ninja turtle - combat, agility and teamwork - then making them integral to the gameplay.
While combat and agility translate into fighting and platforming, it's the
We've used our superhuman powers to gather up a full complement of new Marvel: Ultimate Alliance movies, publisher Activision's superhero RPG heading for a PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360, PC, Wii, PSP and GBA release this November. To see the six clips (consisting of a trailer and some character-specific highlight flicks), just hit the Movies tab above.
The game allows you to hand-pick a team of four superheroes from a total of 20 playable Marvel characters, then take on the united might of the
Hot on the heels of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, publisher Rockstar is bringing another of its cities to the PSP with Vice City Stories, due to hit stores October 17. Rockstar hasn't revealed much about the Miami-themed game so far, but they have given us the box art.
Rife with hot chicks and bad mustaches, the box art raises plenty of questions. First and foremost, who are these guys? The dude on the left (who reappears on a boat at bottom left, holding a gun - you'll see it if you
One of the weirder Japanese games we've seen in a while is coming to the US on Sept. 26, and we've got the screens to prove it. Previously known as Baito Hell 2000, the renamed WTF (for Work Time Fun, duh) is a bizarre riff on the WarioWare formula that will throw 30 different minigames at players in rapid succession.
Mixing 3D graphics, photos and even live-action video, the games themselves range from simple (rock-paper-scissors) to intimidating (getting a cute girl's phone number at a bar)