Music has been a focal point of many of EA's titles for years, and now the publishing giant has gone a step further by forming its own music label.
In a joint venture with Nettwerk One Music, the new LA-based Artwerk record label will sign both new and established artists, the first of which will be Junkie XL, who worked on music for Madden, SSX Blur and Need for Speed Carbon games.
EA will use its games as a worldwide marketing tool to promote its artists.
"For the past five years, EA has
The official trailer for Grand Theft Auto IV is only a few days away as of this writing, and publisher Rockstar has promised that it won't just be some infuriatingly quick teaser. Instead, it'll offer up the first substantial look into what the game is all about, and internet speculation over what that might be has kicked the rumor mill into high gear.
We've got our own theories on what the game might be like, ranging from a futuristic dystopia with flying cars to a college-crime romp
It's a new week, which means a new internet update trickling from the Bungie fortress, and this week it focuses on Halo 3's new and improved battle encounters.
"Halo 3 encounters are more fun, more challenging, more varied and more enjoyable than those in Halo or Halo 2," the update reads. "The interplay and strategies created among the various Covenant foes is just thrilling."
"One weird thing that I just can't get used to (in a good way, I mean) is the fact that you have to plan for
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night has finally hit Xbox Live, giving new gamers a chance to see why this one game redefined the series (and created a formula it still employs today). 800 points for one of the best 2D games ever made? Yes, please. Now, if only Konami would make more 2D Castlevanias for full-sized consoles...
Ace Combat soars to Xbox 360:
We're not gonna lie - having exclusive screens, info and interviews for Ace Combat 6 made our whole damn week. Check
Here at GamesRadar, we try to be realistic. Thus, when even Time magazine's Person of the Year issue realizes that the users - regular or at least semi-regular people just like you - are the true commanders of the internet, we gave in to the inevitable conclusion that this isn't our website. It is, in fact, the property of you, the readers. We just maintain it for you.
So, welcome to the team, boss! Now, how about pitching in a little? We've got a huge list of improvements to the site that
Microsoft responded to reports that Bungie.net has been hacked, leading to hijacking of Xbox Live accounts. The mega corporation says it hasn't found any evidence of security compromise.
"Despite some recent reports and speculation, I want to reassure all of our 6 million Xbox Live members that we have looked into the situation and found no evidence of any compromise of the security of the Xbox Live Network or Bungie.net," Microsoft's Major Nelson has posted in his
With the launch of Nintendos seemingly more ‘girl friendly DS and Wii, and gaming award ceremonys adding categories like Girls Choice Award, women picking up a joystick is apparently becoming more mainstream. But what is this obsession with women being a different gaming species?
Despite the acceptance that more women are playing games theres still a great divide – one where male gamers fit into many categories and women get just one: girl gamer. The girl gamer is often seen as a
Has tired old IGN done it again and simply copied the ideas machine that is GamesRadar?
- Monday 5th March GamesRadar launches The Games That Shaped a Generation, a daily look at the most important 25 games ever for the GameCube, Xbox, PS2 and PC.
- From the 5th to the 9th was GameCube, from the 12th to the 16th this week is Xbox.
- Yesterday 14th March IGN launches The Top 25 Xbox Games of All Time, along with Top 25 features on what seems to be every other platform as
Fresh out of the sewer, mutated for your viewing enjoyment, comes a brand stinkin' new video that showcases your favorite subterranean superheroes in action. There's a wide variety of action to be seen here, from single turtle throwdowns to frantic character-swapping melees, and it happens all over the place, from the deep in the sewers to the top of giant parade floats. Mayhem galore.
From the looks of things, these Turtles have been studying tapes of the Prince and Kratos in action - two
Talk about getting ahead of yourself. In an interview from EGM, Peter Moore has said that the production team behind the creation of Xbox 360 is already working on the next Xbox.
Moore even went as far as saying that Xbox 360's successor could launch around 2012, as the team of tech-heads are looking into what kind of computing power would be available around that time frame. The Olympic Games don't stand a chance against a new Xbox.
In other 360 news, we're getting word that Microsoft could