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
As beloved as the Ace Combat series may be, we can't help but wonder why it's still not online. Who wouldn't want to hop in the cockpit of a sound-barrier-shattering fighter jet and spray missiles across the countryside? Well, that desire may be relieved somewhat by Ace Combat X's newly announced multiplayer modes.
Two-player split screen's been done in the franchise already, but Ace X will offer five different four-player ways to smoke your friends out of the sky. The most interesting appears
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.