Schanz International Consultants added yet another quality partner to it's portfolio of games for the Asian market by signing exclusive rights to represent TDK in Asia. The relationship begins with the already famous World Racing title on PC, PS2 and Gamecube. World Racing is no run-o-the-mill racing title but one of the most visually impressive racing games ever seen with a terrific amount of playability.
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Painkiller is a first-person horror shooter, designed to satisfy the gamer's hunger for intense, fast-paced action. You are Painkiller, a mercenary for hire, charged with cleaning out nests of the undead. But an unholy pact with a demon unknowingly puts you square in the middle of a fight for control of the underworld... with the future of humanity hanging in the balance. Check out 45 new screenshots to relieve that ECTS hangover.
Totalfrags.com is pleased to announce that registrations for its ATI-RTCW tournament has opened. Based on the immensely successful game, Return To Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, the tournament will feature 2,400 gamers from across the world. Two First Prize Winners shall receive an ATI RADEON 9800 Pro 128Mb 3D graphics card worth US $399. Four Second Prize Winners will receive ATI RADEON 9600 Pro 128Mb boards worth US $199 each. Ten Third Prize Winners will receive ATI Radeon 9200 Pro 128Mb boards worth US $129 each. Visit Total Frags' website to register and compete in this tournament.
In this platform action/adventure game, Spyro and his friends have inadvertently torn a hole in the fabric of space between the Rhynoc and Dragon Realms. At the command of the elusive Ripto, droves of Rhynocs are now pouring into the Dragon Realms. Spyro must help close the hole quickly before the portal and Ripto's ego grow too large and the two realms fuse together permanently. Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs is scheduled for release on the Nintendo Game Boy Advance in fourth quarter 2003... Check out nine new Spyrotechnic screenshots.
The game is set in the dark gothic sci-fi future of the immensely popular world of Warhammer 40,000. Your name is Kais and you're a young Tau warrior set to embark on a journey to become a Fire Warrior by completing your 'Trial by Fire' - your very first combat experience. Developed by Kuju and published by THQ, Fire Warrior is released for PC and PlayStation 2 on 26th September 2003.. Crikey. It's 102 more PS2 screenshots below.
Scooby is back! This time Mystery Inc must unravel the mystery behind why mega industrialist Travis Sherman is forcing people to sell their land to him – and the role his occult obsessed assistant Selena Jones has in these plans! Check out 5 new screens and a fact sheet whose blob-points spookily follow you around the room.
World of Warcraft allows thousands of players to interact within the same world. Whether adventuring together or fighting against each other in epic battles, players will form friendships, forge alliances, and compete with enemies for power and glory. Check these 2 new screens ...
Secret Weapons Over Normandy presents a dynamic, deeply engaging story-driven flight action experience that puts players in control of authentic World War II aircraft and challenges them to undertake the war's most dangerous missions...
When a young clownfish named Nemo is captured by a diver on his first day of "school", his father, Marlin, embarks on an unbelievable quest to rescue his son. Extend the magic of the Disney/Pixar movie mega-event; and grab your chance to become Nemo as you play Finding Nemo on your favourite games system... Check out some new screens!
The winners of the most prestigious awards in the European interactive entertainment industry were announced in London today at ECTS, Europe's premier trade show for the interactive entertainment industry. The ECTS 2003 Awards, hosted by Kate Russell, are the ninth in a long line of successful ceremonies and were attended by over 1000 leading industry figures in the trade hall of ECTS itself. Kate is a journalist, presenter and self-confessed technophile and has appeared on Gamer.tv, Sky TV, LWT and the BBC as a technology reporter, as well as having contributed to a number of leading computing and technology magazines. The ECTS 2003 Awards categories are divided between 'Best of Year' and 'Best of Show'.. Read more for the awards!