Gears of War could well be with us this fall after the lead designer revealed that Epic Games is doing all it can to get the shooter finished quickly.
Cliff Bleszinski, lead designer at Epic, appeared on an MTV documentary about Xbox 360, which also featured Microsoft chief Bill Gates. Gates turned to Bleszinski (or Cliffy B as he's affectionately dubbed) and asked him if Gears of War would be ready this fall, to which he replied, "We'll make it
The multiplayer modes of the forthcoming 360 shooter Halo 3 are currently playable and are undergoing daily playtests by developer Bungie.
In his weekly update, Bungie representative Frank O'Connor revealed, "Lars, one of the new[er] multiplayer designers, has a regular multiplayer test in session now, which happens every day and with surprisingly polished-looking graphics - although I'm told a lot of the textures and decorator objects are just placeholders at the moment. Could have fooled
Ritual Entertainment, developer of the PC first-person shooter SiN Episodes, is considering bringing the game to next-gen consoles Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
SiN Episodes is an ambitious, episodic gaming project that will see the FPS released in nine different downloadable segments. It follows the exploits of the HardCorps commander John Blade, who first appeared in the original SiN that was released in 1998, and his attempt to bring down an evil
Need a high dose of horsepower-packed hotrods? Microsoft and Bizarre Creations have announced the release of three new vehicles from the Cadillac V-series of dream cars, now available for free download in Project Gotham Racing 3. The 400 horsepower CTS-V, the 443 horsepower XLR-V and the 469 horsepower STS-V may not be all that interesting in name, but who needs cool names when you've got a stampede of stallions under the
A new download was posted yesterday to expand the enormous world of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion even further. The Thieves Den adds the legendary Dunbarrow Cove and its contents to your ever-growing adventuring itinerary. It's available to Xbox 360 gamers over Xbox Live Marketplace for 150 Microsoft Points while PC gamers can get it from the Oblivion website for
You've seen the screens - now check out the introductory trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog, Sega's next-gen retooling of the entire franchise. In this one movie, you'll see the redesigned (and notably slimmer) Dr. Eggman, once again chasing the Chaos Emeralds, but you'll also catch a glimpse of a cute little
It's official: the unbridled success of prime-time TV show Lost is slated to spread to consoles, handhelds, and Windows in 2007. No longer will we only be able to interact with the bizarre tribulations of our favorite mysterious island-dwellers (sorry, Survivor) by muddling about the Lost websites. Attempting to capture the multifaceted, character-driven plot of the television show, developer Ubisoft Montreal is looking forward to the challenging task of adapting it to the video game
GamesRadar's more studious, business-focused sibling Next Generation (www.next-gen.biz) has been kind enough to remind us what games we're all slavering to dash into stores and pick up this week. We recommend checking out the NextGen shopping list by clicking here (it'll open in a new window).
However, we'd also suggest you should wait until later this week, when you've read GamesRadar's full-sized reviews of each game before slapping down your hard-earned mad money on any particular title.
Developer 3D Realms will be releasing a demo of its new first-person shooter Prey, which will be available for PC download from the 3D Realms website and 360 download on Xbox Live Marketplace on June 22.
The demo will be comprised of five levels that will enable gamers to sample both the single and multiplayer modes of this dimensionally disjointed game.
Prey is a remarkable looking shooter that has a young Native American mechanic called Tommy attempting to thwart an alien invasion with a
E3. It's the biggest, loudest, most surprising video gaming convention of the entire year, a cacophony of madness that overloads at least three of your senses - sometimes four, unfortunately.
It's naturally packed with more games than any one gamer could ever hope to possess and play, but that's where we come in. We've spent hours first playing each and every one we could and then arguing to the brink of violence about which was best. Then, we made lists for