The videogame adaptation of on-again-off-again TV hit Family Guy hits stores on Monday, and after our hands-on session [PS2, Xbox, PSP ] with the game earlier this week, we're looking forward to seeing more of it. You, however, can check out exactly what we've seen so far by hitting the Movies tab
We got a new video for Family Guy that features some oddly marionette-ish characters delivering similarly wooden jokes. Okay, maybe we're being a little hard on the video, and we'll admit that we're sore because we still haven't seen any actual gameplay from this title - lotsa screens, a video but no
We've got new screens from Family Guy's television-to-game transforming act, showing flashes from each of the playable characters' stories - dad Peter, baby Stewie and dog Brian all get their 15 minutes of combat, stealth and
Monday 5 June 2006
We've got the latest shots of FlatOut 2 - the game for those who like to drive without due care and attention. The sequel manages to combine over-the-top action with incredible physics, the resulting experience being a brutish hard-hitting racer that's more sophisticated than you'd think.
They'll be 40 tracks to batter around, each one made up a destructible environment that allows you to cut corners wherever you see fit. Each of the 16 cars is fully destructible but,
The only thing better than tearing ass around a racetrack is doing it with murderous intent. That's why we like these nasty new screens from FlatOut 2 - they put the car in carnage. While the game will certainly get a lot of attention for its sadistic minigames, there's still a track-based demolition racer in there, too, and these new screens show more of that core gameplay. Vivendi plans to release FlatOut 2 in July, so we expect more grisly glimpses between now and then.
An absurd mishmash of stunts, jumps and racing action takes a turn for the bizarre in FUEL. Adopting a global approach, FUEL enables you to control one of ten characters from a variety of countries and drive them around over 70 tracks strewn across the
If you think you've got more flik-flaks than Ronaldinho, or can out-spin Zidane, Electronic Arts wants to see you in action. Head over to www.fifastreet2.com and hit Show Your Skillz and you could find yourself starring in a future FIFA Street game.
There's already a bundle of uploaded clips, and some of them are so tricksy they made our eye-spheres spin in their sockets. Get practising, chuck your video on the site and get in the
Empire Interactive has released details and shots of FlatOut 2, the sequel to its extreme racing game that combined detail and tight physics with over the top action.
Developer Bugbear Entertainment has taken the predictable bigger and better approach to FlatOut 2, and so has included twice as many new cars, nearly double the number of tracks, a new and improved Championship mode and six new minigames, which usually involve hurling your driver through the windscreen so you can admire the
Official ELSPA Entertainment Top 20 Software Chart (all prices) - week ending 15 October1 (1) FIFA 06(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC)2 (2) Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC, PSP)3 (8) Spartan Total Warrior(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube)4 (NE) Ultimate Spider-Man(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC, DS, GBA)5 (3) Burnout Revenge(PS2, Xbox)6 (6) Black & White 2(PC)7 (16) Brothers in Arms Earned in Blood(Xbox, PC)8 (4) Conflict Global Storm(PS2, Xbox, PC)9 (7) Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube,
Official ELSPA Entertainment Top 20 Software Chart (all prices) - week ending 8 October1 (1) FIFA 06(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC)2 (NE) Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC, PSP)3 (2) Burnout Revenge(PS2, Xbox)4 (5) Conflict Global Storm(PS2, Xbox, PC)5 (3) Far Cry Instincts(Xbox)6 (NE) Black & White 2(PC)7 (10) Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC)8 (NE) Spartan Total Warrior(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube)9 (NE) Nintendogs: Lab & Friends(DS)10 (4) Rome Total War: Barbarian