Activision and Mad Dog Software posted a demo of Star Trek: Armada II. Go to their webpage and beam it down!
Today Godgames posted a single player demo of Myth III: The Wolf Age. The demo lets you play the first three levels of the Myth saga.
Today the Russian developers Revolt Software announce a new space combat sim game with the title Homeplanet. Daily Telefrag got the first details of this game and the developers also posted up half a dozen screenshots and a two-minute movie trailer.. The release is set to April 2002 through publisher Russobit-M. Now let's hope they get this game out to the rest of the world!
Open source development tools available as a free download will aid GBA developers!!
Cenega was kind enough to provide us with the latest updated demo of their strategy game 'Knights Of The Cross'. After a few days of testing/playing we slapped together a nice little preview for you people out there. Enjoy the article as much as we enjoyed the game. Knights of the Cross is proof that small/unknown companies CAN produce quality.
Today November 28, beginning at 12:01 a.m. PST, Westwood start's up the official C&C Renegade beta signup. To sign up just head over to the official Renegade site at www.westwood.com
Four hundred years ago, mainland Europe resounded to the sounds of bloody battles, as nations were created and fell, fortunes made and lost, and new military tactics were developed. Cossacks: The Art of War recreates these battles on an epic scale. Check the included screens for some major carnage.
Square Electronic Arts(SM) L.L.C., the exclusive publisher of all SQUARESOFT(R) products in North America, announced today that FINAL FANTASY(R) X for the PlayStation(R) 2 computer entertainment system will start shipping limited quantities to retail stores nationwide on December 26, 2001, instead of the originally scheduled January 2002.
3DO Europe send us a ton of heroes and foes screens that will be featured in the release of Heroes of Might and Magic IV, the next chapter in the Heroes of Might and Magic series. Scheduled for PC CD-ROM in March 2002. Developed by California-based New World Computing, Heroes of Might and Magic IV combines a mighty new game engine with the magical gameplay of the Heroes line, forging a shiny new hero in this award-winning series.