September 10, 2007
What with the wealth of fantastic games coming out over the next couple of months, Project Gotham Racing 4 hasn't received as much attention as you would normally expect. But that's likely to change very soon as the game's shaping up to be even better than its predecessor, as these new screenshots from the game's photo mode show.
The lavish reflection effects in the cars' bodywork are rendered in real-time and even extend to mirroring the animated 3D people at the track's
Sept 6, 2007
Brazil, Portugal, Greece, Scotland and Ireland are among the new officially licensed National teams on offer in Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2008.
The roster of licensed club teams has also been bolstered, with Newcastle, Tottenham, RSC Anderlecht, HJK Helsinki, IFK Goteborg, Panathinaicos, Spartak Moscow, Fenerbache, NK Dinamo Zagreb and FC Basel added to the
Sept 6, 2007
Bizarre Creations has sent out word that Project Gotham Racing 4 is almost finished. Good news then.
"So Bizarre is a crazy place to be right now," reads the update. "PGR4 is on the brink of release, which subsequently means that for some people their work here is done. Many of the team are enjoying some well earned time off, but it's bittersweet as they're also on-call should they be needed back at the
Sept 06 2007
Ok, so it's actually the Radical SR9 LMP2, but it sure as hell looks like the Batmobile. And you know how go faster stripes make your car better? Same principle. We can't wait to see how that beast handles in PGR4's much touted all-weather
Aug 23, 2007
You'll be racing motorbikes and cars in sexy weather effects in Bizarre Creations' Project Gotham Racing 4 as of October 2 in the US (October 12 in the UK), Microsoft has confirmed.
That gives you a around seven weeks to brush up on your kudos-earning, power sliding skills, and prepare to get to grips with the new bikes in the new game of the series. To get yourself pumped up, check out these new
Aug 20, 2007
Konami has said that the Leipzig convention later this week will play host to Hideo Kojima unveiling his new, undisclosed in-game themes for Metal Gear Solid 4 on PS3 with a new trailer.
The event will also be a platform for the firm to showcase Winning Eleven Pro Evolution Soccer 2008, Castlevania The Dracula X Chronicles and Silent Hill Origins for PSP, and Dewy's Adventure on Wii.
Plans will also be revealed for the recently announced Silent Hill V (working title), although
Vivendi has finally released the first images of Radical's free-roaming GTA contender, Prototype, so you can see how impressive it looks for yourself (look at that crowd!)
The game puts you in the demented shoes of Alex Mercer, a genetically engineered hoody who can, among other things, slash baddies in half and climb up the side of skyscrapers.
Put him in the middle of a bustling New York where a human-mutating virus has caused a battle between mutants and the military, and the result is a
It's difficult to keep the fourth game in any series fresh - especially when it's a racer. But this is a fact that the lads at Bizarre Creations are well aware of...
Bikes and weather effects are the biggest touting points of PGR4 - but web and community lead Ben Ward assures us they're more than just for show. In fact, he reckons this'll be the best installment since PGR2. Here's hoping...
Including Metropolis Street Racer, this is your fifth racer. What else can you do in the genre?
The latest entry in the free-roaming blast-em-genre has been revealed in the pages of the Official Xbox Magazine.
From Scarface dev Radical, Prototype will put you in the demented shoes of Alex Mercer; a genetically engineered hoodie who can (among other things) slash baddies in half and climb up the side of skyscrapers.
Put him in the middle of bustling New York (which looks almost as pretty as GTA IV's Liberty City) where a human-mutating virus has caused a battle between mutants and the
Bizarre Creations has backtracked on its comments last week, where the developer riled up controversy by saying there was no proper day and night system in PGR4 because "it was a problem fitting all this data onto a single DVD."
Now the developer says (possibly after backhanding the guy who made the first statement) that the gaming public has got the "wrong end of the stick."
"It's time we cleared this one up," reads the website statement. "DVD size is absolutely not a factor that we consider