Sony's annual E3 press conference opened with what could have been the biggest reveal of the entire show if it hadn't been leaked last week: the new $499 price of the PS3, as well as the introduction of a new $599 model that comes with an 80GB hard drive and a copy of online-enabled dirt racer Motorstorm. This left biggy-wig Jack Tretton (who began the event speaking through his character in the PS3 virtual world Home) to launch right into the publisher's game-centric, four-part
The Crash Bandicoot series has changed hands more than Blockbuster DVD, and with Radical Entertainment now heading up development they're reinventing the orange critter for his current-gen debut.
Crash of the Titans will appear on Wii, PS2, DS, PSP and 360, and will follow an action-orientated theme in which he has the power to "hijack" the minds of others.
Crash himself has learned a few new fighting moves too, now able to string together a selection of punches and kicks into a ninja combo
We're live, in Tokyo, to bring you reports from Square Enix Party 2007, a public event that showcases the latest in the Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, and Dragon Quest publisher's massive lineup of games for all of your favorite next generation consoles and handhelds.
We're bring in up-to-the-minute information as fast as we can over the course of the weekend. Check back to this page for updates as they happen.
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions interview: many missed it on the
The funny thing about inventing a genre of videogames is that, until it becomes completely played out, every game that emulates your formula is going to be attached to your name. Games that feature a wide-open, freely explorable world, for example, will have a hard time avoiding the label of "Grand Theft Auto clone," especially if their worlds are littered with vehicles to steal and drive.
In the six years since Grand Theft Auto III, a slew of games have tried to become "the next GTA," but so
Crazy Taxi, originally an arcade hit, was one of our favorite games on the Dreamcast, and Sega hopes to miniaturize the madness in Crazy Taxi Fare Wars on PSP.
These new images show the nutty yellow cab drivers causing all sorts of trouble in what looks like San Francisco, with the steep hills and trollys the city is known for.
Anyone who has played Crazy Taxi will know how insanely fast the game is, as you rush around to pick up passengers and deliver them to their destinations, pointed out
Crush is a PSP platform-puzzle game that finds you squishing a 3D environment into 2D platforms allowing you access to new areas and solve
Call of Duty is making its handheld debut on PSP, and the miniaturized WWII shooter is shaping up nicely.
This new trailer shows off a decent level of environmental detail, and the game retains much of the chaotic action of the console games.
The graphics aren't usually the issue with PSP FPS games, though - it's the controls that are critical. Without a dual-analogue set-up, making a playable FPS on the handheld is understandably difficult.
But CoD is among the best FPS games of the current
Call of Duty: Roads to Victory, the brand new PSP-exclusive chapter in the popular war series, will feature aerial combat for the first time ever. Not only will you once again be able to ride in various ground-based vehicles, but youll also be able to shoot the Nazis down from your own flying gun turret.
As with previous Call of Duty games, Roads to Victory puts you in the military boots of different soldiers, each one providing their own unique style and set of missions. Of the three Anglo
As if the instant classic Portrait of Ruin weren't enough. Last night publisher Konami, lords of everything vampiric, announced Dracula X Chronicles for the PSP. This compilation includes a spruced-up version of the previously unreleased Rondo of Blood and, perhaps more importantly, a full conversion of PlayStation legend Symphony of the Night.
If that sea of italics and modified pieces of music don't ring any bells, listen up. Rondo never made it to the US, but is often considered one of the
In attempt to shake up the puzzle genre on the PSP, Sega and Koju Entertainment are releasing Crush this summer.
The story begins with Dan. Dans life is filled with unsettled problems while he is also plagued with the inability to emotionally express himself. The result of this tumultuous life has lead Dan to become nervous insomniac desperate for a way out. Dan turns to hypnosis as an answer. Within the deep slumber of hypnosis, Dan is given the chance solve the unresolved issues of his