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)
How does Darth Vader reveal that he's Luke Skywalker's father when he can't talk? That was the question posed by publisher LucasArts when they sent over new screens of Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy. Will the mute, plastic Dark Lord of the Sith use charts? Puppets? Obscene pantomime? They wouldn't tell us the answer, but they promise it'll be
When Lumines II arrives on the PSP in November, it won't just improve on the experience of the rhythmic falling-block puzzler Lumines. It'll bring something to the table that no other handheld game has: actual music videos playing in the background during gameplay.
As of press time, the list of confirmed (and potentially distracting) videos includes:
"Black Tambourine" (Beck)
"Pump It" (Black Eyed Peas)
"Star Guitar" (Chemical Brothers)
"Gangster Trippin" (Fatboy Slim)
"Bottle Rocket" (The
The blood-soaked cowboy odyssey Gun Showdown is coming to PSPs in September, and it's bringing a wide-open, free-range Wild West adventure with it. But if you're not interested in chasing down revenge with gunslinger Colton White's story mode, the game will also pack in a few "quickplay" modes for those who just want to jump straight into the action.
These quick-and-dirty shootouts will pit players against outlaws, bears and one crazy renegade general with a sack full of dynamite, among other
Tuesday 18 July 2006
To celebrate the launch of Miami Vice The Game on PSP this Friday, we've teamed up with publisher Vivendi to offer a pair of tickets to the premiere of the new Miami Vice movie, plus a copy of Miami Vice The Game on PSP. Five runners-up will each receive a copy of the game.
The movie premiere will be held at the Odeon Cinema in London's Leicester Square on Thursday 27 July 2006. The winner will be among the Hollywood's VIPs, so remember to dress the part; the dress code
Tuesday 18 July 2006
We've gathered up a bundle of fresh shots of Sonic Rivals, the new blue hedgehog title from Sega coming out for PSP this winter.
The game pits our prickly hero against other characters from the Sonic universe in highly competitive racing. The challenge is to race to the end of the tracks while avoiding the myriad of obstacles set up by the villainous Dr Eggman. Racers are allowed to shove and vault over each other in an attempt to reach the finish line first.
If you're one of the many who's been waiting on pins and needles for Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover to arrive on PSP, you can get another taste of the hip-hop fighting explodaganza with our four new videos.
Like the last batch of movies, the new videos cut between real-life hip-hop royalty and their ass-kicking in-game counterparts, all while showing off a lot of nice-looking gameplay with Carmen Electra, Sean Paul and Snoop Dogg. There's also a bonus fourth video, showing off the game's