Spells of Gold is a role-playing set in the world of fantasy, inhabited by humans, beasts, undead ones and other creatures. The universe of the game - Lokatrienn - is large indeed. It consists of a number of separate worlds. Each one has several cities, which represent isolated economic and political systems. The Hero is able to transit from one world to another through special space Gates, called Portals. His main activity is trade, that is buying goods in one town and selling or exchanging them in another. For this purpose the Hero has got a special item - a Magic Sack of Monroke. Thanks to it, he can easily carry a vast amount of goods.
by Tony "OUberLord" Mitera on Feb. 26, 2004 @ 4:29 a.m. PST | Filed under Previews
Airborne Troops is an infiltration action-adventure based on authentic events of WWII. Through extensive studies of archives and historical documents all weapons, uniforms, locations, and situations have been recreated as they were at the time. Complete the secret missions and you will be a hero. Fail and history will be redefined and the world map re-drawn. We had a chance to try out a build, read more for our impressions ...
Situated between July 1942 and January 1943 Stalingrad desribes the events of one of the most dramatic episodes in World War 2. In Stalingrad the player will be able to take part in 2 campaigns (36 missions in total, 7 'secret' missions) where you must first lead the attack on Stalingrad and the subsequent seizure of city, after which, you take command of the Red Army, to defeat the Wehrmacht's 6th army. Read more to check out some new screens ...
Another day, another batch of game trailers were released. Instead of giving them all their own posts, we grouped them, and so far there are trailers for :
- The Sims 2 - Trailer
- X-Files: Resist or Serve - Trailer
- Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm
We will update this throughout the day when new trailers become available. Read more for download links ...
- Starship Troopers Q&A with Empire's Chris Jones on HomeLAN
- Fight Night 2004 Q&A with EA's Kudo Tsunoda on TeamXbox
- Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes Q&A with Silicon Knights's Denis Dyack on 1Up.com
- Kombat Q&A with Game Factory's Sergey Salnikov on GGMania
- Joint Operations Q&A with Novalogic's David Durand and Chris Tamburrino on C&VG
- Alfa Antiterror Q&A with MiST land South's Vitaly Shutov on Action Vault
- Poacher Q&A with Exileworks' Peter Khojasteh on HomeLAN
- Alias Q&A with Acclaim's Nick Harper on C&VG
- Battlefield Vietnam Q&A with EA's Armando "Aj" Marini on GameBiz
Electronic Arts today announced the development of the next expansion pack for the massively multiplayer online game, Ultima Online. Expanding the world and advancing the franchise, the new title will give consumers considerable player vs. player capabilities, two additional professions and a vast new land to explore. The UO expansion pack is scheduled for release in Fall 2004. The game name has not been announced.
by Nathan Mourfield on Feb. 26, 2004 @ 1:38 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
Two Thrones takes place in the years between 1337 and 1490, in a time where nobility and the church held the power. Noble families in France and England are engaged in an epic war for the control of the Two Thrones of the kingdoms, a battle that will define the future of the medieval Europe. Read more for the full review ...