Take 2 has just released the first shots of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the game based on the forthcoming remake of the classic movie.
Due for release across all major platforms in July (bar DS), the game's set inside Willy Wonka's famous confectionary plant and features a slew of environments, both from the new Tim Burton movie and from the original book.
We're expecting a relatively straightforward platforming experience from the game, although it should at least be interesting
Featuring the vocal talents of David "Mulder" Duchovny and Marilyn "what a strange looking woman" Manson, and boasting the monster-creating talents of Stan Winston Studios, the time and budget is really starting to pay off for Area 51, which is shaping up to be one of the best shooting games this year.
Which is why we're bringing you a further six actual in-game shots (not the HUD-free, 'posed' images normally sent out), showing just how well this game is coming along.
Following on from the posted last week, we've now got nine exclusive shots of the game's heroes fighting with a few of the game's unusual looking enemies, including ill-tempered rat-ninjas and an odd-looking fire-based dragon man.
Jade Empire is set to be the Xbox's biggest, and by far and away best, adventure RPG yet seen, with amazing graphics, varied enemies, a deep and involving storyline and a vast array of different martial art styles for your character to learn.
So without further
Following on from that the Korean arm of Microsoft's official Xbox website let slip details of a new Halo 2 expansion, US retail site ebgames.com has further detailed what the pack contains.
As the story broke yesterday, websites proceeded to speculate regarding the content of the game, with some even suggesting the pack would contain extra single-player levels and a proper ending for the game.
We, on the other hand, pointed out it was more likely to be a collection of multiplayer maps. And
The Korean arm of Microsoft's Xbox.com website has indicated an expansion pack for popular online sci-fi gunfest Halo 2 is on its way.
In the coming soon portion of its release list, the website listed "Halo 2 X-Pack (Expansion Pack)" in between other eventually-to-be-released titles such as Rainbow Six Lockdown and Conker Live & Reloaded.
After its highly anticipated release, which impressively broke first day entertainment records in the US, Halo 2 was lightly criticised by slightly
Disney Interactive has confirmed that The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe will be released for (deep breath) PS2, PSP, Xbox, Gamecube, GBA, DS and PC this Christmas.
The action-adventure title is based on the new movie - which is itself based on the classic CS Lewis book - that's out in December.
Traveller's Tales (of Lego Star Wars and Crash Twinsanity fame) is currently working on the console and PSP titles, while Griptonite Games (the company that's
Do you like watching large, half-naked men rubbing, grappling, slapping and smashing furniture over each other? Of course you do. Which means you'll be looking forward to THQ's next WWE game, WrestleMania 21.
Well, there's good and bad news for all you suplex enthusiasts.
The good news is that we've got six exclusive (and undeniably sinister) screenshots of the game for you, each containing - you'll be relieved to know - muscle-proud biker-a-likes in their pants performing a variety of
There might still be 75 days to go but there is already a crumpled and mildly pneumonic nerd in a patch-covered sleeping bag waiting outside Mann's Chinese Theatre. You can even check on him and his vital signs via his webcam at .
But what the Princess Leia-obsessed lard-lad doesn't know is that the game of the film is out 12 days before he will take his first bite of an industrial-sized chilli-dog. Not only that; two of the producers have already spilt the beans on the titular tied-in
If you're looking for something spectacularly different, Fahrenheit should fit the identikit. For Quantic Dream's murderous adventure game already looks brave, bold and hopefully just a little brilliant - and without the potential for a face/pavement interface like .
You begin the game as Lucas Kane, an innocent man with blood on his hands. We first meet him in a toilet stood over the body of his victim: a stranger that for reasons unknown to Kane or us, our hero has just stabbed to death.
Despite being scooped up by Activision at the start of the decade, the Fantastic Four have been doing a better job of keeping a low profile than Sue Storm (AKA Invisible Girl).
That is until now. Because, through a mixture of carefully calibrated gamma radiation and a few phone calls, we have managed to penetrate their barrier and snag some hot shots of the game in both solo mode and two-player, co-op action.
With a script scribbled by Zak Penn, the writer of the X2 X-Men United film, the