We've got the latest amusing video from the gang creating Rayman Raving Rabbids - just hit the Movies tab above to give it a view. In the second installment of what could be a neverending stream of clips showcasing what Rayman's enemies cannot do, we learn the murderous "rabbids" ain't so hot at housework. Click, smile and wait for the game's inevitable release near the holidays.
There wasn't anything particularly wrong with Tony Hawk's American Wasteland last year, other than it didn't feel like an Xbox 360 game. This year, we'll get the first game in the Hawk franchise designed specifically for the new hardware, Tony Hawk's Project 8 - and if you tap the Images tab above, you can check them out for yourself.
Both PS3 and Xbox 360 gamers will get Neversoft's eighth effort, and as this nice chunk of new screens illustrates, it's looking pretty sweet so far. We're eager
It doesn't really matter how long you've been gaming - you know who Sonic the Hedgehog is. Ever since his first appearance on the Sega Genesis in 1991, the hyperactive hedgehog has consistently been one of the most popular characters in video game history. To honor his longevity, SEGA's trumpeting its new, next-gen Sonic the Hedgehog game, due later this year, as well as an enhanced remake of the original Genesis game, only for Game Boy Advance. The new version will incorporate Sonic's spin
There's hardly a rim left to tweak in the Need for Speed universe, so perhaps that's why the series is once again wandering into the wilderness in search of new thrills. EA's newly announced Need for Speed Carbon slams you onto perilous canyon roads that twist and turn through dusty, gusty outdoor settings, but don't worry, you'll still be managing a pimped-out runnin'
After eight years of working on other people's ideas, developer Edge of Reality (whose recent projects include the canceled Fear & Respect, the PC version of Over the Hedge and the GameCube version of The Sims) is branching out with its own self-funded project. Due out sometime next year, Cipher Complex will apparently be a spy thriller, following secret agent John Cipher as he slips behind enemy lines to investigate the destruction of a recon satellite.
Little else has been revealed about the
With a new game in the SmackDown! series piledriving its way onto shelves every November, the perpetual quandary facing the developer is what can be added each year that hasn't been done already. The answer for SmackDown! vs Raw 2007, it seems, comes in the shape of a new interface, far greater control over grappling maneuvers... and a realistic new sweat system.
And as these brand new shots demonstrate, there's now also far more scope for scrapping outside the ring, thanks to a new 'fighting
Prey is one of the most anticipated shooters ever - if only because it's had such a long time to work people up. In fact, this first-person shooter has taken longer than America's entire moon landing mission, from JFK's "We choose to go to the moon" speech to the final splashdown of Apollo 17. After 11 years in the making, Prey is finally here. Almost.
The demo contains the first hour(ish) of the single-player game and two multiplayer maps. And while your character Tommy doesn't exactly choose
Atari released some action-packed new screens today of "what not to do" in the upcoming racer Test Drive Unlimited. We feel compelled to add a disclaimer of sorts, as people that get squeamish around car accidents may not want to take a very close look at these shots. No bodies are thrown clear, but there's enough buckling steel and showering sparks to rival the accident-prone Burnout series. Our favorite is the screen featuring the fire truck... how lucky would it be to wreck into a truck
The new content download for Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter dropped onto Xbox Live Marketplace for a whopping 1200 Microsoft points ($15) yesterday. This new chapter in the mega-successful Advanced Warfighter saga contains new multiplayer maps, firearms, and faces (to further customize your warfighter) along with retooled versions of the maps that shipped with the original game. For a full description of our hands-on time with the new download, check out our preview from last week, complete
Sony just released some more details regarding Final Fantasy XI's new Chocobo breeding program. Included are descriptions of some of the various breeds of the giant birds most adventurers use as mounts for quick travel.
Originally bred for armored combat in the nation of San d'Oria, these black Chocobos are capable of wearing heavy armor. However, since heavily armored cavalry have gone out of fashion among the realms of Vana'diel, these birds have become extremely rare... almost