"Eve Online: The Second Genesis" is a space trading / combat Massive Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG) for the PC. Developed by Crowd Control Production (CCP) of Reykjavik, Iceland, EVE ONLINE will allow upwards of 100,000 gamers to compete simultaneously across a full 3D galaxy which includes 5000 solar systems. Some 40 left over screens that we did not use in our Eve Online preview. Njoy
by The Six Billion Dollar Man on Aug. 24, 2002 @ 10:58 p.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
In Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, players revisit the war-torn world of Azeroth a generation after the end of the Second War between the Orcs and the Humans. The fragile peace that had since settled over the land is now on the verge of being shattered, for a dark power has returned after thousands of years to carry out its nefarious plans.
Deus Ex 2 allows players to participate in the telling of a powerful story, rich in mystery, lies and intrigue. In addition to a host of new conspiratorial friends and foes, players can expect encounters with a variety of characters from the original Deus Ex game. Today we bring you 4 screens from Deus Ex 2: Invisible War.
Westwood has announced that there is a new patch available for download for their MMORPG, Earth and Beyound. This patch includes a lot of bug fixes. Check out what it fixes and download it HERE!
by Rainier on Aug. 24, 2002 @ 7:37 p.m. PDT | Filed under Interviews
Today we serve up an interview with Maciej Miasik, one of the developers for Lemonhead's upcoming shooter "Nina : The Agent Chronicles". If you have never heard a producer call their own game a "play and forget title", then you surely must read this ... Njoy!
Cinemaware’s epic game production, Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown is currently in development at the company’s headquarters in Burlingame, California. The product is based on Cinemaware’s hit game Defender of the Crown, first released in 1986 on the Commodore Amiga and subsequently to a variety of platforms where sold over 1,000,000 units worldwide. New screens at TTG.. "The game was originally intended for a release on all consoles, and PC. But now Cinemaware only mentions a PS2 and PC version of the game"
Yesterday Steve Groll at Electronic Arts confirmed the new name for the Medal Of Honor: Allied Assault expansion pack "Spearhead" and on EA's info website the expansion was rated "M" (Mature rating given by ESRB). Today planetmedalofhonor confirmed with EA that the "Mature" rating is a mistake, and that the "Teen" rating will stick. (thanks Gamespy)
You can now download the Project Nomads-trailer from the official homepage. The video is available in both, German and English. Meet the headstrong characters Goliath, John and Susie, in the gorgeous in-game cut scenes. Their strangely designed aircrafts and famous imaginative objects will be on display. You’ll be able to see characters taking a short journey through breathtaking landscapes from the last island of the shattered planet.
The official site for Star Wars: The Clone Wars has been updated with some new screenshots. Launch the site to check out battle scenes from Geonosis and Rhen Var.
Shrapnel Games announced today that the release of Aaron Hall's Dungeon Odyssey "RPG" has been delayed due to a bad CD run. Tim Brooks, President of Shrapnel Games, said, "The Dungeon Odyssey release will be delayed at least until two weeks. We received the CDs on Monday as per the original schedule, but the would not work. We have reordered new CDs, but we are at least two weeks behind now. We apologize to all fans of Aaron Hall's games. As we firm up the release date, we will announce that date through the media."
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell will release in time for the lucrative Christmas 2002 market exclusively on Xbox, with a PC version to appear by the end of the year. Xbox is the lead development platform for the game, which has been designed to take full advantage of the advanced graphics and sound capabilities of Xbox. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell will also feature online elements using the recently announced Xbox Live service.
Gamepen reports that Battlefield 1942 has not yet reached gold status and the internet rumor is just that, a rumor. However, the game is very close to being gold, just a few minor bugs need to be worked and tweaked.
The Official BANDITS Forum is up and running like scalded goat in a lard filled sewer system! If you have any questions about the game, its development, its developers or any other BANDITS related wonderings, drop a post in the forum! GRIN staff will be around answering questions, commenting on gossip and helping you with tech-support when the game is out.
Global Star Software sends word that Age of Sail 2: Privateer's Bounty, has shipped. Word is: "This challenging real-time 3D naval combat simulator is the latest installment of the successful Age of Sail franchise, and Privateer's Bounty promises more action, more missions, more units and more fun than ever. Age of Sail 2: Privateer's Bounty will hit stores this week across North America at an estimated price of $29.99." Additionally, a demo version of the game has been released, and can be downloaded through Gigex, the file is 117.5 MB (thanks Blues).
Crave Entertainment has pushed back the release of 'Ultimate Fighting Championship: Tapout 2', 'H2O Overdrive' and 'The Lost'. The games are now slated for a Q1 2003 release. Crave stated that the delay is simply to give the developers of these games more time to add additional features and refine gameplay. Infogrames & Lost Toys sent out word today that 'Battle Engine Aquila', its sci-fi shooter for Xbox and PS2, has been slightly pushed back. Originally set for release during the holiday season, Battle Engine Aquila is now scheduled for January 2003.