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 :
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On this date 60 years ago, the operation to break into Fortress Europe began. To pay tribute to these brave men & women, the Forgotten Hope team has released a brand new map to commemorate these fallen heroes. The newest maps, Omaha Beach, Charlie Sector, done by Beregil will let you walk in the footsteps of these soldiers, and in doing so, remember the sacrifice that was made 60 years ago on this day. Read more for download links ...
Chaos League is a fantasy sports game in which teams of nine players compete in a brutal field sport. Controlled using a real time strategy interface, the object of the game is simple: put the ball in the opponent's end-zone. The rules are equally simple: do it any way you can. And if that includes issuing commands such as 'stamp', 'facial kick' or 'ball of fire'... well, so be it. Just as long as you win. We had a chance to play around with an new build, read more for our updated impressions ...
'Kult: Heretic Kingdoms' is a 3D isometric RPG, that combines 3D technologies and the traditional ways of isometric RPG's. Enter the fantasy kingdom of ancient Rywennia and enjoy this action adventure at its fullest. This time we talk with Richard Boon, who works for International Hobo, which 3D People brought in to aid in a mechanical redesign and to re-work the narrative in 'Kult: Heretic Kingdoms'.
by Ben Parfitt on June 6, 2004 @ 2:47 a.m. PDT | Filed under Editorials
I want to discuss something today that isn’t necessarily games related as such, but I think is a factor that as purchasers of games we should be aware of. Over here in the UK there’s a guy on TV called Derren Brown. You may know him in the States and across the world, I don’t know. He’s one of these modern day magicians; the sort that call themselves ‘illusionists’ because pulling rabbits out of hats is no longer cool.
Shadow of Rome, an all-new action adventure game, transports players to one of the most perilous ages of man, an era when Caesar was hailed as the leader of the Roman Empire and whose sovereignty dominated all of western civilization. Murder, false accusations and blood spilled in gladiatorial battles await those who seek an all encompassing epic when Shadow of Rome is released throughout North America in winter 2004.
by Tony "OUberLord" Mitera on June 6, 2004 @ 2:26 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
River City Ransom (RCR) is an exciting fighting game where you take the role of a High School student whose school and town has been taken over by punks. You roam the town fighting the various gangs and bosses who stand in your way. You do, however, have the entire town at your disposal—meaning you can shop at any of the various outdoor malls and buy food to increase your abilities and new techniques to enhance your fighting arsenal.
by John Curtis on June 6, 2004 @ 1:57 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Strike Force Bowling is the state-of-the-art in videogame bowling, featuring the most authentic real-time pin physics ever created. Straightforward arcade-style control and multi-player performance for up to four players make Strike Force Bowling a great family or party game that anyone can pick up and play. But, the fun doesn't stop there. Strike Force Bowling also offers six modes of play, eight lane environments and a host of other features designed to make this virtual bowling experience second to none.