We've got hold of two videos that demonstrate the intensity of action that you can expect from Call of Duty 3, the WWII first-person shooter due for release this November.
Both videos - available on the Movies tab above - show how you'll get assistance and orders from the AI soldiers that fight alongside you. The AI help is one of the game's strengths with you never left to play the super-solider and take on the enemy by yourself - instead there's always the feeling of being part of a combined
Half-Life 2: Episode Two has hit the Leipzig Game Convention in a massive fashion today, with a glut of movies for the game, plus gameplay footage from both the astounding Portal and fun-looking Team Fortress 2.
There are five brand new doses of Episode Two in motion, giving us a glimpse into the game's fresh location and challenges. Trailer one shows some brilliant underground action, with an alien Vortigaunt helping Freeman out with his electro-attacks and choke-slamming an Antlion.
You know the green armor; you know the shiny visor. But can you see through it? The October 2006 issue of Official Xbox Magazine, which has reached some subscriber's mailboxes a bit early, suggests that you may have already seen Halo 3 hero Master Chief's face and not even realize it.
It comes down to obsessive viewing of the E3 game trailer, from which OXM plucked a frame where you can purportedly see Master Chief's blanched eyes, a nose and a scar on his cheek. Is it a sneak peek for
Here's a good way to kick off your weekend: exclusive new screens of Rainbow Six Vegas and a video interview with the game's Creative Director, Maxime Beland.
The clip shows more footage from the main level Ubisoft's shown so far, but with added insight into the game's design and the tactical planing you'll need to get ahead when the game arrives for PS3 and 360 next year.
Of course, we'll bring you even more info on this high-pedigree shooter very soon. Until then, hit the Movies and Images
Friday 25 August 2006
Here are the first ever in-game shots from Xbox 360's Pro Evolution Soccer 6, the only 'next-gen' version of the world's best football game you'll be able to play. Until next year, of course. But, while they might not match up to the concept images we all hoped were real - like we found in our hands-on yesterday - the game still looks nicely sharp and glossy.
Hit the images tab to see more shots from the 360 version (due out in October), where you can see the immediately
Friday 25 August 2006
Kane & Lynch, the new PC and Xbox 360 project from Hitman developer, Io Interactive, will feature a brand new, never before seen multiplayer mode.
After taking us through two of the game's single-player levels, Io game director, Jens Peter Kurup, revealed that the multiplayer experience will be completely new to gamers.
"It's based on one single idea and we cannot figure out why nobody else has done it yet. We find it gorgeous and we would hate anybody else to do it
As easily one of the most impressive games at this year's E3, we've been waiting patiently for more from Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway so that we have an excuse to bang on about how engrossing, atmospheric and totally out of its class the game is. Now, with this brand new guided trailer, you can treat your eyes to gameplay from this exciting PS3 and PC title. Just hit the Movies tab and enjoy.
It'll be crucial to see just how much freedom the game allows you to roam around but, if the
And you thought Resident Evil 4 was a series reinvention - next year's Alone in the Dark game, Near Death Investigation, is set in a massive recreation of Central Park, allows you to drive vehicles, has an innovative analog-stick control system for using items and some of its biggest shocks are from fiery infernos.
We have five more cryptic shots of the PC, PS3 and 360 game showing off some of its varied elements. Head on up to the images tab above if you dare (we'll warn you, there's a
Last week, Microsoft gave us a peek at some of the newest accessories and peripherals coming out for Xbox 360. Today, prices and dates were announced for everything they showed... well, almost.
First up will be the Xbox Live Vision digital camera, which ships officially September 19, although some stores accidentally put the unit on shelves this past week. Oops. Eventually, everyone will be able to pay $39.99 for the Vision, a headset, a month's worth of Xbox Live Gold access and a code
Bull in sheep's clothing
Rockstar's upcoming "thug in a snooty school" simulation Bully has found itself the latest target of self-righteous parents' groups and opportunistic politicians determined to blame videogames for all the world's evils. Apparently, pretend swirlies and dodgeball are now as bad for our youth as virtual murder and muggings.
So imagine the mess we're going to have to clean up when the game's oppressors' heads explode after seeing our new screens and the latest trailer -