Halloween isn't just all about costumes and candy, it's also about spooky game add-ons filled with zombies, pumpkins… or both! Check out some of the Halloween themed trailers and screens that were released today…
Game of Throne fans will soon have upwards of three new ways to play
George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book epic. According to
reports, the series is currently being adapted into an RPG for
consoles, a free-to-play MMO for browsers, and a social networking game for
release in 2012...
Yesterday, it was announced that three new Game of Thrones games would be landing for consoles, computers and (possibly) smartphones, with the largest of the proposed adaptations being a Games of Thrones RPG for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Not one to keep fans guessing, Atlus has now revealed a few more details surrounding the major release, and how it will make players work hard for the Westeros crown...
The conniving Queen Cersei, Varys the
Spider and the wizened Jeor Mormont are just a few of the
recognizable figures set to star in the forthcoming Game of Thrones
RPG, according to fresh details and screenshots from its European
publisher, Focus Home Interactive. Currently in development by
Cyanide Studio, maker of this year's A Game of Thrones: Genesis for
PC, the title is being billed as a full-grown RPG that will offer
fans of the George R.R. Martin books upwards of 30+ hours of
adventure in the contested lands of Westeros...
Being the ardent Ace Combat fans that we are, we've covered the living daylights out of this 360-exclusive, and did it months ago. Didn't catch our massive Week of War? Now's the time to get totally caught up with interviews, retrospectives, the first hands-on and plenty of eye-popping screens. But wait - there's even more today.
Our latest hands-on revealed very little in the way of new info or features that we haven't already discussed, but it did run much, much smoother than before. In
It's almost been two weeks since we broke the news that longtime Sony-exclusive Ace Combat had bailed and taken refuge on Xbox 360. We also promised you a ton of new coverage, and said coverage begins now. We've got a weeklong look at Fires of Liberation, the eleventh overall game in the series, which lands exclusively on 360 this fall. If you've never had the pleasure of taking a $30 million joyride, this is the best possible place to start working towards that lofty dream. Each day begins a
By the time you read this, Microsoft's big pre-E3 media spiel will be over. One of the highlights of said speech, we're told, will be a huge chunk of in-game action from Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation. Assuming you weren't there (considering the state of this year's E3, you weren't), there's no way to glimpse the smoke-choked footage save for some blogger's grainy shaky-cam. Or, you could watch it here first, a good 12 hours before anyone else has it.
We've also got a grip of new images for
If screenshots were bombs, this would be World War III - a huge mass of screens from Ace Combat 6 on Xbox 360 have been dropped on us, so we're passing them onto you.
Chances are you've already settled into the cockpit and taken the game for a test flight thanks to a demo that's available on Xbox Live.
If not, it's a graphically impressive flight combat sim, featuring numerous aircraft and six conflicts to tie up your trigger finger.
Developer Namco Bandai has also taken it upon itself to
Sept 10, 2007
Weve had Ace Combat 6: Fires Of Liberation on our radar for some time now, and have been excitedly counting down the days until 30 November when the next chapter in the Ace Combat series will be cleared for take-off on Xbox 360.
Weve shown you the screenshots, held interviews with the game's producer and directors, taken a look back over the series and shown off some in-game action, now we can bring you the latest trailer of this aeriel masterpiece.
The demo, which is available
Nov 9, 2007
Weekly Xbox 360 sales jumped phenomenally in Japan during the week ended November 4 to outsell Sony's rival next-gen console.
The latest data from Media Create shows that weekly Xbox 360 sales rose from 3,718 to 17,673, while PS3 sales fell slightly to 17,434. The rise in 360 sales is most likely attributable to the successful release of Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation, which sold almost 80,000 copies in its first week on sale to enter the Japanese software chart at No2.