12 years after the original smash hit on Amiga and Atari ST, get to grips with the bloodiest game in the history of sport on Game Boy Advance: Speedball 2 – Brutal Deluxe. This fierce sport doesn’t follow any of the rules we’re familiar with…
Total Immersion Racing is a brand new game experience that combines the highest quality driving technology, real-world racecars & tracks and immersive gameplay. The player can choose a career path that leads from being the lowest ranked driver of a GT sportscar all the way to becoming a world champion driving a massively powerful 8 litre prototype racecar. On the way, team engineers and managers will give advice and input to guide the player. Screens and features below!
Battlefront.com tossed up a 60Mb Combat Mission: Barbarossa to Berlin Demo. The demo contains two full scenarios playable by either side plus a playable tutorial and supports multiplayer gaming with hotseat or PBEM (Play by Email) or Network play via TCP/IP. For the Windows PC version the Demo is currently only available in English. For the Mac Demo, you can choose to download the demo in either English, French or German Languages.
Eastern Germany, March 1964. The Great War has been raging for 50 years now. All you have ever known is the madness of the front lines and of men butchering each other. Suddenly, you are given a mission which, if successful, could put a stop to the carnage. Shoot’em-up, action and infiltration are the best means of restoring what everybody has long since forgotten about: peace... Imagine, just imagine, that WWI was still going in 1964. Now imagine you're listening to the Sisters of Mercy. Feels good, doesn't it?
Black Isle Studios tossed up a new Icewind Dale II patch (beta) that addresses a problem for those who are crashing when selecting 'Appearance' in Character Generation and/or crashing when displaying the Inventory screen. The following video cards exhibit the problem most commonly: Hercules 3D Prophet 4500, VideoLogic Vivid!XS and Video cards that have the Kyro II chipset.
1964 was the year of the Pink Panther's first appearance. Originally it was the name of a diamond stolen from an English jeweler which Inspector Clouseau was try to find in the film directed by Blake Edwards. Edwards asked a cartoon specialist, Fritz Freleng, to be the first designed for the title credits of his film. He wanted a feline which was very sophisticated but mischievous at the same time. Now Wanadoo is proud to announce the release in November 2002 on PSOne, PC and GBA of the game. Screens and story below!