Get your first glimpse of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with this behind the scenes promo of the Ubisoft game, currently in development to accompany the release of the new Turtles films, due to be released next March.
The promo shows how developer Ubisoft Montreal has approached the game by identifying three aspects of being a ninja turtle - combat, agility and teamwork - then making them integral to the gameplay.
While combat and agility translate into fighting and platforming, it's the
We've used our superhuman powers to gather up a full complement of new Marvel: Ultimate Alliance screens, publisher Activision's superhero RPG heading for a PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360, PC, Wii, PSP and GBA release this November. To see them, just hit the Images tab above. We've added a whopping six videos (a trailer and some character-specific highlight flicks) to the Movies tab, too.
The game allows you to hand-pick a team of four superheroes from a total of 20 playable Marvel characters, then
Valve has released a trailer of Half-Life 2: Episode Two, the next installment of Gordon Freeman's battle against the Combine, which will be released for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 later this
Friday 21 July 2006
Codemasters is bringing its successful Brian Lara cricket series back in time for the 2007 cricket World Cup next March in the form of Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 for Xbox 360, PS2 and PC.
The game features an ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 mode which will include all the official kits, squad line-ups and stadia that will be used in the competition. This means you'll be able to play as all the world stars of cricket and take them to glory in the one day game.
How does Darth Vader reveal that he's Luke Skywalker's father when he can't talk? That was the question posed by publisher LucasArts when they sent over new screens of Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy. Will the mute, plastic Dark Lord of the Sith use charts? Puppets? Obscene pantomime? They wouldn't tell us the answer, but they promise it'll be
Remember when we said we didn't want to blow the story of Dead Rising for you? We totally lied... we can't wait to ruin the first couple of minutes of this game by forcing you to watch this video that Capcom just sent us. It doesn't actually spoil anything, but it will give you a creepy peek at the coming zombie apocalypse. There's not a lot in the way of story in this video, but it's a decent introduction to the no-nonsense, beefy Frank, the main character of the
Codemasters' long running Colin McRae rally series will be making its next-gen debut as Colin McRae: Dirt, landing on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC in 2007.
Dirt is the UK developer's most diverse McRae game yet with off-road racing, desert challenges, hill climbs and Rallycross events, while the vehicle line-up includes Dakar-style trucks, super-powered 4x4s and
Publisher Atari shocked the tar out of us today by announcing that it will be releasing the Xbox 360 version of its upcoming hyper-customizable racer Test Drive Unlimited for a slim $39.99. For a game widely hailed by critics as a AAA title (or "really good" for those of you unfamiliar with our crazy industry-speak), this comes as quite a
Last week at EA's press event, Valve captain Gabe Newell announced an enigmatic, first-person physics puzzler called Portal. You are gifted with a handheld tool that combines Half-Life 2's Gravity Gun with the power to shoot "portals" in any surface. You'll be tasked with finding routes across seemingly impassable obstacles and obtaining unreachable items with this new toy.
Yesterday, a low-res version of the Portal training video/teaser we saw at the event was leaked via You Tube
Last week, in his signature ho-hum fashion, Gabe Newell (boss of renegade independent developer Valve) dropped the biggest bomb of publisher Electronic Arts' entire press event: the return of Team Fortress 2 for the PC, the Xbox 360 and the PS3. First announced over five years ago, TF2 has been missing-in-action ever since.
Newell shared a teaser trailer that marked the return of the seminal class-based team shooter. It showed that Valve has completely scrapped the gritty, realistic look of