It wouldn't normally be a fair fight: dinosaur versus hedgehog; scales, teeth, horns and armor-plated hides versus a few spines and the ability to roll into a ball. But this is Sega, and in the super-speedy Wii game Sonic and the Secret Rings, it is the primitive beasts that are about to be given a lesson from the old school. Hit the Images tab to check out the new screens.
Because as you can see in all of these primary colored shots, the blue fella has been freed from the tyranny of playing
They call it "sekuhara"
It's all over the web: here, check Game|Life. Dead or Alive creator Tomonobu Itagaki - the man responsible for the bathing beauty above - has been busted for sexual harassment. A female coworker has, apparently, sued Tecmo because the company refused to do anything about it, reports Japanese news site Zakzak. There's not much to say, really. Who would have ever thought that the man most guilty of objectifying women in gaming might do it in real life? Hey - maybe he was
Games are stuffed with moments of all different shapes and sizes: heart-stopping, jaw-dropping, spine-tingling, belly-laughing, head-scratching and even tear-jerking occasions that make us rejoice our game playing habits - and they have all rocked our world.
In celebration of this, we have taken on the monumental task of compiling our 101 greatest gaming moments (allowing only one moment per game) of the last 10 years and, after weeks of intensive squabbling, we've settled on the final
After yesterday's Iron Man announcement, Marvel Comics fans might begin to question reality when yet another major franchise has been revealed for practically every platform under the sun. Take-Two Interactive announced today that Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer will herald the return of Marvel's First Family in a third-person action game. With only this bit of info to go on, we're already hoping against hope that it's better than the last movie
Spidey, Hulk and the X-Men may serve Activision, but everyone's favorite (only?) drunken millionaire playboy is coming to next-gen systems courtesy of Sega. The publisher giant has secured rights to both the comic book version of Iron Man and the forthcoming film, due May 2, 2008. Not that excited? How's this: Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, Iron Man's true identity. Dude. It's a perfect
A videogame version of Ratatouille, Pixar Animation's latest project about a French rat who really wants to be a great chef, will be launched on just about every gaming platform you can think of next summer.
In case you can't think of that many platforms, here's the list: PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, GameCube, PC, DS and PSP. Mon dieu.
As the Parisian rodent, Remy, you'll be skittering through a bunch of minigames and cookery challenges themed around what publisher THQ promises are "the film's
"Wacky" and "zany." Two words we'd normally dodge, but today we embrace them both because this cute trailer for Wii launch game Rayman Raving Rabbids has melted even our stony hearts.
Not only is this clip both wacky and zany, it also reveals some of the minigames and their mechanics. So with a Rabbid at the controls of a Wii-mote, we see Rayman furiously building up speed to catapult a Rabbid dressed as Superman, firing plungers in a first-person shooter and drowning the fluffy terrors by
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Your PSP looks lonely. Naked. Or maybe you already have some sort of case. What's so special about it? It can't possibly match up to the one pictured above for sheer balls-out badassness. Come on, does your case have a picture of Big Boss on it? Didn't think so. That's right: if you preorder Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, you can encase your PSP in this silver protector (we somehow doubt it's bulletproof, as appropriate as that would be.) Just head to EB Games, GameStop, Game
A shower of sequels for some of publisher EA's leading games have been announced, including a next-gen version of Black, a Sims 3 release in 2008/2009, a new Lord of the Rings title and a new installment in the Sim City series.
It was also revealed that Crysis and Army of Two from EA have been delayed until after March next year, during a "postearnings conference call" between EA financial bods and
Quick heads-up for all our game-loving, list-loving readers - next week we'll be presenting for your pleasure the big daddy of all gaming lists: GamesRadar's 101 greatest gaming moments.
It's big, it's beautiful, it's an exhaustive collection of all those heart-stopping, jaw-dropping, spine-tingling, belly-laughing, toe-curling, head-scratching and even tear-jerking moments in games from the last 10 years that have reminded us that gaming is the best thing in the world ever.
So, make sure