Outrun 2006 is hurtling its way to consoles this March and, to prove it's still the ultimate arcade racer, Sega has sent us the latest screens of Outrun 2006: Coast 2 Coast 's "beautiful journey".
Outrun 2006 will test your power-sliding prowess over 15 branching stages as you travel through picturesque US countryside.
Then there's the option to play online to find out who's the quickest and most stylish driver, and Sega has recently announced that it is working with DemonWare to ensure that
Gabe Logan, the star of Sony's black-ops thriller series Syphon Filter, is back to save the planet, this time in the PSP action game Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror.
After being reported as missing in action after his last mission, and playing only a small part in the disappointing PS2 Syphon Filter: Omega Strain, Gabe Logan is back to fight global terror, this time attempting to retrieve a deadly weapon called Dark Mirror.
The gameplay is part stealth, part blasting as Logan attempts to
Koei's Samurai Warriors series is coming to PSP this spring in the form of Samurai Warriors: State of War.
This action/strategy game allows gamers to re-enact battles from Japan's feudal past when warlords such as Nobunaga Oda, Shingen Takeda, and Kenshin Uesugi struggled for control of the country.
The action is similar to Koei's other hack 'n slasher, Dynasty Warriors, with your character slicing through clusters of enemy soldiers in open battlefields or booby-trapped citadels.
We've got brand new images of Sega's latest Monkey Ball game, Super Monkey Ball Adventure, which releases everyone's favorite encapsulated apes into the wild this summer.
A tale of eloping chimps, feuding kingdoms and the joy-sucking naysayers, Super Monkey Ball Adventure rolls the entire Monkey Ball gang - that's Aiai, Meemee, Gongon and Baby - into new platforming territory.
Solving quests, undertaking traditional 'puzzle tray' challenges and helping a bunch of new friends, the simian
Bethesda Softworks has revealed two new Star Trek games, the often-rumored RTS Star Trek: Legacy for Xbox 360 and PC, and the action-driven Star Trek: Tactical Assault for PSP and DS.
After a messy legal scuffle between Trek licence holders Viacom and developer Activision, the rights to produce games from the entire history of Trek has passed to publisher Bethesda, just in time for the 40th anniversary of the TV series.
As shown in these two screens, Star Trek: Legacy will drop gamers into
LucasArts has announced Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, transforming A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi into fantastically charming episodes of Lego platforming action.
This time around players can drive vehicles, ride creatures like the Tauntaun, and unlock more than 50 characters to use in Free Play; over 50 more can be unlocked by using an old save game from the original Lego Star Wars.You can even mix and match the different body parts of your characters to
Electronic Arts has released new screens of Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover for PSP as it extends its hip-hop scrapping series to Sony's handheld.
The story of The Takeover actually takes place before the events of the first Def Jam game, Def Jam Vendetta, and so will reveal just how D-Mob came to rule New York City.
The game includes new moves and venues but most of the hip-hop superstar fighters have featured in the series before, such as Busta Rhymes, Lil' Kim, Ludacris, Method Man,
David Jaffe the creator of the magnificent PS2 game God of War has expressed his dislike of cutscenes in games and has started taking them out of the top secret project he's working on for PSP.
Writing in his latest blog, Jaffe states that any scene that takes control away from the player in order to progress the storyline "pulls you out of the game - it's almost like you appreciate the creativity but as a game it doesn't work".
With this in mind Jaffe and his team have started stripping the
Take 2 is bringing Tokobot to UK gamers, the first PSP game to come from Dead or Alive developer Tecmo.
Tokobot is a puzzle adventure game which revolves around the existence of Tokobots, small robot helpers that have extraordinary power.
The tiny bots have attracted attention from various treasure hunters who want to use them to take over the world; something which our hero, Bolt, wants to prevent from happening.
While small and feeble on their own, Tokobots become much more useful when
According to the results of our most recent GamesRadar poll - What do you think of cutscenes? - 32% of you can't get enough of them, totally at odds with David Jaffe, the man behind God of War, who *believes a cutscene "pulls you out of the game"*.
Only 7% of entries agreed with Jaffe, hating cutscenes because they get in the way. The majority of you, however, told us that you didn't mind them, so long as they were used in moderation. Are you taking notes, Mr Kojima?
But while a third of you