Gears of War blends the best of tactical action games with the best of survival horror titles, thrusting gamers into the harrowing story of humankind's battle for survival against the Locust Horde, creating cinematic, high-definition visuals so intense and powerful, it feels like the gamers are controlling a blockbuster action movie. check out these awesome Gears of War artwork shots ...
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SiN Episodes features the highly anticipated return of Elexis Sinclaire, the world's most dangerous and seductive biochemist, and the only man who stands in her way, John R. Blade. The sworn enemies face off in Freeport City, a near-future mixture of San Francisco, Tokyo and New York, all set inside the unrestricted SiN universe.
Spartan: Total Warrior puts the player in control of a heroic warrior, engulfing the player into the midst of titanic clashes between mighty armies, blending mythical beasts and legendary monsters into the fray. Brutal combat meets epic warfare on the battlefields of the ancient world as you fight for your life, your freedom and your honor.
Crave Entertainment upcoming release of SnoCross 2 for offers the most realistic experience in snowmobile racing, SnoCross 2 features three-time Winter X Games gold winner "Air" Blair Morgan, the most dominant and influential rider in the history of snocross.
Players can now take the addictive, fast-paced action of Virtua Tennis with them wherever they go. The PSP version of this game tightens up the series' already superb gameplay and treats fans to a new set of inventive mini-games. Fun alone or with friends, this is the ideal sports franchise for the handheld arena.
by Agustin on July 10, 2005 @ 2:12 a.m. PDT | Filed under Editorials
Our Still WorthPlaying editorial focuses on old titles, taking a look back at what once was great, and seeing if it withstood the test of time. Today we spend some time with Capcom's '02 Action/Adventure Maximo: Ghosts to Glory, another oldie, but is it a goldie?
Former Microsoft technology executives Herb Marselas and Chas. Boyd founded Emogence, LLC, an independently funded computer and video game development studio. The company is currently developing a first-person action role playing game called Grafan. Read more for some new screens ..
by Corey Owen on July 10, 2005 @ 1:31 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Still Life lets you play the role of FBI agent Victoria McPherson. Situated in Chicago, you are on the heels of a serial killer, much like your grandfather did 80 years earlier in Prague (Microids' Post Mortem). By means of flashbacks and timewarps, you will travel to locations like Eastern Europe to interrogate suspects, or North America, to scrutinize dead bodies.
by Thomas Wilde on July 10, 2005 @ 1:28 a.m. PDT | Filed under Previews
The Suffering: Ties That Bind is an action-horror game that emphasizes the disturbing terror of its predecessor, with all-new twisted creatures and a few familiar faces. Set in the slums and prisons of Baltimore, the player once again controls Torque as he seeks revenge against the mysterious grand manipulator Caleb Blackmore, a man somehow tied to the death of Torque's family.