EA's Tiberium is an intense tactical action and visceral first-person shooter set in a stunning sci-fi world with spectacular visual effects and dramatic environments. Tiberium takes players on an adventure through an environmentally-devastated world and places them in the heart of an epic battle for control this powerful energy source.
Yesterday we revealed the honorable mentions, and today we're announcing the top handheld titles. Check us out tomorrow for the top console/PC offerings. Once that's out of the way, we'll start the countdown of the top 20 titles, including what WP considers to be the best game of 2007. Read more for the results!
The History Channel: Great Battles of Rome allows players to fully immerse themselves into history as never before by combining cutting-edge gameplay, historical footage and battle simulation, allowing players to take control of a series of campaigns against Barbarian hordes, while carving out the Roman Empire.
Pandemic has constructed a whole new "playground of destruction" from the ground up, fully stocked with the hottest vehicles and weapons. Set in a new exotic hotspot, you can be your own boss in a wide-open world with only one rule: everybody pays.
by Chris Lawton on Dec. 30, 2007 @ 1:47 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
Inspired by the classic Duck Amuck cartoon, players will compete against Daffy through a series of mini-games that range from retro inspired favorites to modern, innovative gameplay interactions, with the goal of driving Daffy's temperature, and his temper, through the roof.
Mad Tracks is an action-packed toy-car racing game, with toy cars powered by spring engines. Races are set in everyday places, like toy stores, mini-golf parks, and restaurants. Load Inc. announced a partnership with Seattle based Assassin Studio to give a fresh start to Mad Tracks PC by bringing it to stores.