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
Here's a fresh look at Armored Core 4, the next-gen sequel to the long running mech-blasting series, which looks to promise a more exciting metal-clad outing than previous ponderous installments.
Hit the Movies tab now to see the impressive looking actioner, showing off a number of environments including a sunken city, naval fleet and a snowy ice plain.
While a few of the clips look suspiciously like cutscene movies, we're willing to believe that the more action orientated sequences are
Tuesday 7 November 2006
Microsoft has announced that, from 22 November, US Xbox 360 gamers will be able to download high definition films and TV shows for £2 to £4 a time through Xbox Live Marketplace, with a similar service for the UK currently in development.
With six film studios and TV channels offering their programmes, those lucky yanks will get to pick from 1,000 hours of footage including films: M:i:III, Nacho Libre, Superman Returns and Batman Forever. TV shows will also
Tuesday 7 November 2006
Here're the first shots from Championship Manager 2007 for Xbox 360, the first instalment of the series to make an appearance on Microsoft's next-gen console, which will be sprinting out of the release tunnel early next year. Hit the images tab to see more shots of the stat-heavy, tactic-obsessed footie sim.
Xbox 360 gamers will have a wealth of online features to enjoy from CM 2007, from Battle mode matches - which sound like a technical-area punch-up waiting to happen
Got you covered
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
Microsoft Games Studios General Manager Shane Kim brought Xbox Live Group Marketing Manager Aaron Greenberg 'round the GamesRadar offices to announce a shockingly rad addition to Xbox Live functionality. On November 22, you'll be able to download both movies and television shows in brilliantly clear high definition (or standard definition, if you prefer). While Microsoft is not prepared to talk about the price of the new media download service, they have an idea of how the movie and TV show
This fresh shot of footage from Medal of Honor Airborne, the latest game in the WWII-obsessed shooter series, gives you a first glimpse of how you'll be starting every single mission - in the belly of a flak-attacked aircraft, shoulder to shoulder with your sweating buddies-in-arms, waiting for the order to leap out into action. Hit the Movies tab above to see the solider's-eye-view
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
The Halo 3 buzz has reached fever pitch recently, with the revelation of new weapons and vehicles in a Swedish gaming magazine, the three increasingly special editions and now further information in the French Official Xbox Magazine.
Having generously forgiven France for the pre-launch leak of a pirated Halo 2, developer Bungie revealed three new multiplayer game modes to OXM: NinjaBall, Elimination and
This batch of images for Dark Sector, a near-future shooter set in a world where bio-weapon wars ravage Earth, show off the game's newly redesigned look and appear to hint at a Resident Evil 4 -style adventure. Hit the Images tab to see more shots, many of which take a fetishist's focus on lead character Hayden Tenno's wicked looking blade-thing.
First revealed way back in 2004, Dark Sector's action takes place in a decrepit Soviet bloc environment, although that doesn't mean it can't boast