America's most effective semi-aquatic killers are set to return to both PSP and PS2 this fall, but so far Sony hasn't said anything about the long-expected PS3 version.
SOCOM: US Navy SEALs Combined Assault is the full name of the PS2 version, which will combine a brand new four-player co-op option with the usual 32-player deathmatch mode. Improved stat-tracking and chat functions will streamline the online experience, while the solo mode will also be enhanced with three new classes of
The first time we played Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins, it threw us for a loop (as noted in our preview). Put simply, this is one of the best-looking, best-playing PSP games we've seen so far, and it's packed with enough new features to keep old-school fans from feeling they've done it all before.
To give you another look at the monsters and hazards you'll face as Sir Arthur this September, we've tossed up a few new screens for your perusal. Click the thumbnails at lower right for a closer
D3Publisher today announced Dead Head Fred, an action game for the PSP due out early next year. The title - which, amazingly enough, has nothing to do with hippies - will be on display at E3 next week, and will showcase the first hero to not only sever the noggins of his enemies, but to use them to grant himself new abilities.
Taking place in a film-noir alternate universe, Dead Head Fred puts players in control of Fred Neuman, a private eye who gets murdered and then resurrected as a headless
In yet another case of mining the past for modern-day hits, Atari today announced that it's resurrecting BattleZone for the PSP. The new title is a remake of the 1980 tank game, which wowed arcade rats with then-revolutionary 3D wireframe graphics and a look-into-goggles-to-see-the-screen
Activision has been granted the rights to produce video games based on the James Bond license. MGM Interactive and EON Productions (the companies that control the digital Bond) announced a blanket deal with Activision that covers "current and next-generation consoles, PC, and handheld platforms." However, there are no specific announcements about specific consoles, software titles or stories - just the simple fact that Activision will be publishing Bond for the next eight years.
The happy-go-lucky world of Rayman is about to get overrun by some zany bunnies. Ubisoft announced today that the fourth installment of the Rayman series has been infiltrated by a pack of fuzzy yet totally deranged
The world's only, and therefore favorite blue hedgehog will be hurtling around PSP screens this fall, as Sega brings Sonic Rivals exclusively to Sony's handheld.
The game pits one of four characters against familiar foes from the series in a side-scrolling race across colorful 3D landscapes, avoiding the usual traps and enemies. Although the beauty of early Sonic games was the way they gave players a choice to either explore slowly or blast through at the speed of sound, hurtling through
Tuesday 2 May 2006
Here's a bunch of new screens for Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover, EA's handheld sequel that'll let you start your own rap star-ruckus in Heathrow Terminal 1. Def Jam hits PSP on 21 July, complete with a line-up including Busta Rhymes, Ludacris, Method Man and Snoop Dogg himself.
With wireless multiplayer and a handful of new moves to boost the appeal, PSP's Def Jam ought to be another successful outing for EA's satisfyingly brutal fighter. We'll be tracking down
Encapsulating all of the bluster and fanfare of the pigskin parade that is NCAA football, EA has released new screens of NCAA Football 07. This year's enhancements focus around the new momentum system, which challenges teams to maintain their pushes with big plays, defensive stops and special teams. Turning the tide of a game is what it's all about, and players must use every tactic in their arsenal to keep their winning inertia
Games starring rappers might seem like a bad idea to some, but the Def Jam games have proven the haters wrong twice now. And after establishing itself with two high-quality knucklefests starring a record label's worth of hip-hop artists, the franchise is headed for portability on your PSP.
Due out in June, Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takedown more or less adapts the last Def Jam console game, keeping its roster of rap stars-turned-brawlers while adding new characters and features. Its fighters