Unknown Worlds has released a small beta 4.0a patch for their latest Natural Selection 3.0, addressing various combat changes, game tweaks, bug fixes and map updates. Read more for details and download links for the Windows client and dedicated server files patches ...
ArenaNet has released the demo client for their fantasy multiplayer online role-playing game Guild Wars. With this client you can already create an account, and get ready for an early look at an online game without a monthly fee. During the E3 three-day demo period (May 12 through 14), try solo quests, cooperative missions that begin the Guild Wars story. Read more for download links...
'Mourning' is an MMORPG is being developed by Quad Software and Maxim Software based in Europe for Limitless Horizons Entertainment LLC based in the United States. Currently in development and scheduled for a spring 2004 release, "Mourning" will take users into a rich online fantasy world. Check out the new screens ...
Epic is working on the first big patch for their recently released FPS Unreal Tournament 2004. The patch will feature a TON of tweaks, bug fixes, multiplayer & performance enhancements. No specific release date has been given, but there is a beta patch available for people who feel experimental (thanks NoFrag). Read more for download links ...
Set in the Outback of Australia, TY the Tasmanian Tiger 2 will offer platform gamers a huge open environment to explore by foot and vehicle. TY the Tasmanian Tiger 2 picks up where the original popular action platform game left off. The cast of characters from down under has grown, and so has the action!
This is the year 1850. It's an age of radical change and new departures. The era of mass production and mass transportation has just begun. The resourceful entrepreneur has plenty of opportunities. It's a time to build empires with just a little capital and a clever business idea.
by Thomas Wilde on May 1, 2004 @ 2:26 a.m. PDT | Filed under Previews
Van Helsing, the third-person action game, transports players back to the macabre world of 19th century Transylvania - home to the legendary Dracula, Wolf Man and the Frankenstein Monster. As the renowned monster hunter Van Helsing, players must hunt down and destroy the evil that inhabits these ancient lands before darkness engulfs the world. We recently had a chance to check out an almost complete build at a Vivendi press event, read more for the verdict...
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by Corey Owen on May 1, 2004 @ 1:44 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Get ready for the fight of your life as EA SPORTS returns to the world of boxing with EA SPORTS Fight Night 2004. Built from the ground up to deliver all the drama and pageantry of a heavyweight title bout, EA SPORTS FIGHT NIGHT 2004 is the most authentic boxing experience to date, sporting a dramatic new-school attitude, a dynamic new cinematic approach, and revolutionary boxing gameplay.