Empire Interactive has issued new patches for Total Immersion Racing, upgrading the recent racing simulation by RazorWorks. This update patch 1 fixes issues with replays, controllers in two-player mode, force feedback on some controller wheels, and a DirectX 8.2 warning (thanks 3DGamers). Read more for detailed fix list and links where to grab the goods ...
Torquemada Games proudly present Video Strip Poker. It's the most advanced and probably the world's best strip poker game that has ever appeared for PC computers. A unique, and absolutely never seen anywhere else, video control engine makes an impression of playing with a real girl sitting next to you. You can choose from 5 beautiful opponents that smile, move, deal the cards, dance and take - if you win - all their clothes off. Read more for demo links and a few screens ...
Only a week after the previous update patch, Termite and Project3 have issued a new upgrade for their recently released (in Europe anyhow) FPS, New World Order. It fixes a number of bugs and a bunch of gameplay tweaks. Read more for detailed fix list and links where to grab the goods ...
There are ten new screenies for CDV's RTS title Cossacks: Back to War on the official webpage. Cossacks: Back to War is the latest offspring of our Cossacks series, and features over 100 Missions, and many improvements from the previous games. Check them out!
The official BREED site is updated with some brand new images! The pictures are directly from the front lines and show some awesome fight scenes between the USC troops and the Breed. Special forces including the heavy Assault-Grunt are trying to accomplish a set of fast attacks to damage the communication structures of the Breed. Fasten your seatbelts and get a peek at the new images..
Following Konami of Europe's recent announcement confirming its commitment to producing PC titles, the publisher has revealed its first five titles – all due for release Q1, 2003.
- Blood Omen 2 Q&A with Eidos' Sam Newman on GameSpyDaily
- Master of Orion III Q&A with Infogrames on Gamespot
- Impossible Creatures Q&A with Relic Entertainment on GameSpy
- Dead to Rights Q&A with Namco producer Andre Emerson on Gaming Age
- Star Trek: Elite Force 2 Q&A with Ritual Entertainment on Holodeck 5
- Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth Q&A with Headfirst on C&VG
- Enclave Q&A with Starbreeze Studio on HomeLAN
- Goldenland Q&A with Burut on RPGDot
by The Six Billion Dollar Man on Nov. 28, 2002 @ 9:50 a.m. PST | Filed under Previews
The sequel to the classic “survival horror” game Galerians, Galerians: ASH brings a new quest-driven thriller to the PS2 that continues the series’ masterful blend of horror and science-fiction. Six years has passed since Rion discovered his own identity as an artificial being, yet succeeded in destroying the genocidal Mother Computer Dorothy before perishing himself. Is this a worthy successor or a horrific title that never should have seen the light of day? Read more and find out!
Incoming Forces is an action game that allows players to take command of an alien defense force to protect their worldly planets at all costs. Players will control one of 10 different crafts at anytime throughout the game including gun-ships, fighters, tanks and an array of others as they protect various alien worlds. Battle will take place on four uniquely molded planets, each with its own 3D modeled terrain, environmental features and world specific objects.