Check out our brand new trailer for BioShock, a shooter with brains to match its brawn. This time, you'll be given a guided tour of Fisheries section of Rapture city, the submerged sci-fi setting for this smart but creepy FPS.
Featuring commentary from game director Ken Levine, the trailer details the open-ended approaches that are possible via BioShock's imaginative combat system. You'll see three run-throughs of the Fisheries - thoughtless all-out blasting, environmental manipulation and
Here's a pre-E3 treat: A brand new movie from one of the most exciting next-gen shooters, BlackSite: Area 51, plus a couple of fresh images. And within this teaser lies a hint that you won't just be shooting extraterrestrials...
In fact, it looks like your early experiences as special forces commando Aeran Pierce, will be set in that ever-so-modern hotspot of danger, Iraq. Pierce seems to have a background in battling aliens, and it would seem that his own first encounter comes during a Middle
Namco Bandai's bonkers Beautiful Katamari roll-'em-up is back in the news. A rumor has now popped up hinting that the series has shunned PS3 in favor of Wii. A rumor spreading around the internet via IGN suggests that "sources close to Namco Bandai" are reporting all work has ground to a halt on the PS3 version of Beautiful Katamari.
It gets better. Or worse - if you're Sony.
These sources say that all resources are being channeled into a version for Wii. Apparently those same sneaky sources
Battlefield developer Digital Illusions is gearing up to unveil a brand new first-person shooter called Mirror's Edge, we can reveal
We're told the title will appear on consoles only, PS3 and Xbox 360 to be precise, and that the developer has big plans to shake up the genre with it.
The only image we've seen from the game shows a young Asian female dressed like some kind of futuristic punk. And she's crouching holding a pistol down between her legs.
Weird, circuit-board-looking tattoos run
While we're grateful that we've got some hot new shots showing off some nifty looking vehicles from PS3 and Xbox 360 racer/crasher, Burnout Paradise, what we really want to see is some bad-ass wreckage. Check out all the spanking new screens in our Burnout Paradise gallery.
As fans of the series will know, Burnout is all about spectacular spark storms, deliciously satisfying slo-mo pile-ups and zen driving at faster than the speed of methamphetamine. But while we've seen swift glimpses of the
Blue Dragon has been given a launch date of August 28 for developer Mistwalker's highly-anticipated debut RPG.
Coming at you with a retail price of $60, Blue Dragon made waves in Japan thanks to it being the new child of famed game producer Hironobu Sakaguchi, known for his work on the Final Fantasy
Irrational Games has reaffirmed the console exclusivity of its moody Xbox 360 shooter BioShock.
"Obviously we need to give as many people as possible access to our game. However, this is an Xbox 360 exclusive and it's coming out on PC. That's the way it is on BioShock," senior designer Joe McDonagh told us.
Rumors have been rampant that the System Shock spiritual sequel will also be coming to PS3, but so far Take Two and Irrational have kept quiet.
McDonagh, howver did offer some
Microsoft has just sent word on this week's Xbox Live Arcade release, Band of Bugs by Cloning Clyde developer NinjaBee.
Band of Bugs is one of XBLA's first strategy games and comes complete with a full-on level editor which you can use to share custom maps over Xbox
Pass your eyes over these nine new screenshots from Midway's BlackSite, if they're not too much for you this early on a Monday morning. Look at that giant alien snake-y tentacle-y thing! Run for the hills!
Area 51's due on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 and drops players into the combat boots of a military veteran charged by the government to lead a squadron of specialized soldiers against unidentified enemy races in the Rachel, Nevada area (you can breathe in now). Midway's previously said about the
After a close encounter with the rather tasty looking PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 alien shooter, BlackSite, we managed to abduct the game's executive creative director, Harvey Smith, for an exclusive interview. Beam your eyes downwards for the full video experience, in which Smith gives us insider info on BlackSite, as well as talking about offending people, the wonders of the Unreal Engine and Halo 3. Oh, and the interview is also peppered with some brand new in-game footage that you'll definitely