Atari, BioWare Corp. and FloodGate Entertainment have released the first official expansion to the smash hit "Neverwinter Nights", the award-winning fantasy role-playing game based in the "Dungeons & Dragons" "Forgotten Realms" world created by Wizards of the Coast. "Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide" is now available in stores nationwide and was developed under license from Hasbro Consumer Products Worldwide.
Another day, another batch of game trailers were released. Instead of giving them all their own post, we grouped them and so far there are trailers for :
- Eon of Tears: The Bible Code - E3 Trailer
- Lord of the Rings: Treason of Isengard - Trailer
- Lord of the Rings: The War of the Ring - Trailer
- Way Of The Samurai 2 - Trailer
- Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance II - Trailer
- Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando - Trailer
We will update this throughout the day when new trailers become available. Read more for download links ...
DreamCatcher Games today announced that it will publish Enigma: Rising Tide, developed by Tesseraction Games, in North America. Controlling the battle at sea ultimately leads to a victory in any war, and Enigma: Rising Tide allows gamers to do just that. Battling as one of three factions (US, German or the League of Free Nations) players must control a naval fleet of destroyers, submarines, battleships or cruisers. Each commander must deploy suitable weapons to tackle an ever-evolving enemy, from deploying deck guns and torpedoes to launching hedgehogs, and depth charges.
Yahoo! Games, the leading online games destination, today announced the first unlimited subscription packages for their popular Games on Demand program. Now games fans will be able to enjoy as many subscription games as they want, for as long as they want, at any time. Along with the original Three Games Package for $9.95 per month, players can now choose the Unlimited Package, which gives gamers access to all subscription games with no time limit.
Introducing summertime fun and entertainment for the entire family, Metro3D, Inc. today announced the nationwide release of Gem Smashers for the Game Boy Advance. Gem Smashers is a wholesome yet addictive puzzle game developed by Frame Studios Interactive and features an “E” (Everyone) ESRB Rating.
Empire Interactive has released a new patch for their recently released arcade racing game, Starsky and Hutch. This upgrade brings your retail copy to v1.32 but no specific details as to what this actually fixes/upgrades are available at this point, although the FAQ mentions you need to download the patch to get the Microsoft Forcefeed Back Steering Wheel to work in the game. Read more for download links ...
Jowood has released a new patch for Cauldron's recently released FPS Chaser. This upgrade is for the UK edition only (not available in North America yet) and brings your retail game to v1.46 while fixing a cutscene crash bug, keyboard/input handling, and some multiplayer issues etc. (thanks 3DGamers) Read more for detailed fix list and download links ...
Vivendi Universal Games announced today the in-game music lineup for the upcoming action horror game, Hunter: The Reckoning Wayward for the PlayStation2. Hollywood Records recording artist Forty Foot Echo has contributed two songs from its upcoming, self-titled album due out in stores this August. Gearing up for their second release this fall, No One appears in-game courtesy of Immortal Records, lending five songs from its self-titled album. Read more for details ...
Super-smart, delinquent monkeys out to dominate the world?! Witness the pandemonium in Ape Escape2, just released by Ubi Soft Entertainment. Developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. and available exclusively for the PS2, Ape Escape 2 is the sequel to the successful 'Ape Escape' which released for the PlayStation game console in 1999, rapidly becoming a Greatest Hits favorite. Building on its predecessor, Ape Escape 2 includes advanced game features, engaging 3D graphics, and plenty more monkey chaos. Read more for details and some new screens ...
Breed is a cutting-edge science-fiction shoot-em up, which skillfully blends addictive, accessible, free-roaming gameplay with cutting-edge, state-of-the-art technology to expand not only the gameplay potential, but also the player's perceived freedom within the game world. Utilising both first- and third-person viewpoints, players can freely take control of a variety of units and vehicles – from standard ground troops to APCs and Dropships – to do battle with The Breed, both in orbit and on the Earth's surface. The objective is simple: Halt the invasion of The Breed and stop the destruction of mankind. Check the screens ...
A new European player is about to enter the games publishing market, as 4AM Entertainment (4AM) prepares to unveil its debut range of PC game titles in August and September of this year. 4AM is based in the UK (games division) and Germany (music division), with development partners in Taiwan and Korea. Read more for details, or check the previousy posted material on one of their upcoming games, "The Fate."
A young warrior stands alone, unarmed and with only 1,000 gold pieces to his name... So far, so familiar to fans of role-playing games (RPGs). However, while it may begin in traditional style, it's not long before 4AM Entertainment's debut release, The Fate, takes RPG fans to places which they've never before encountered. Read more for details and the first screens ...
Rockstar Games has started shipping Midnight Club II for the PC. The highly anticipated title is set to be in stores on July 2nd in North America and on July 11th in Europe.
WWW43 is an action CRPG set during the Second World War. It’s a game brimming with adventures and humour but also with many battles. The hero of the game manages to board a German submarine after his boat was hit by a torpedo. It soon becomes apparent that the submarine is on a secret mission to Africa. This is where the story starts and from there on involves Wunderwaffe, ancient artefacts, trusty Leon the camel and many marrows... The 'World Wide War 1943' web site sports tons of information and screenshots, go check it out!
Time Crisis 3 marks the return of Namco's premier light-gun shooting franchise. Compatible with the GUNCON2 light-gun, this fast-paced shooter delivers superior shooting action and supreme excitement. A new weapon select system enables players to chose from 4 weapons (machine gun, hand gun, shotgun and grenade) and optimize their game play strategy. Time Crisis 3 includes the original arcade game as well as console-exclusive game modes. Sniper combat provides intense and lethal sharp-shooting action, sure to be a winning combination for this popular franchise. Check the new screens ...
Electronic Arts today announced that The Sims Bustin' Out is in development for the GBA at the company's Walnut Creek-based Maxis studio in conjunction with Griptonite Games, an Amaze Entertainment Studio. For the first time, Game Boy Advance players will be able to experience the zany and unpredictable world of The Sims. Players will be able to take direct control of their Sim to explore all-new Game Boy Advance exclusive locations as they work their way from rags to riches. The Sims Bustin' Out GBA version will support connectivity with the GameCube and is scheduled for simultaneous release with The Sims Bustin' Out on all current-generation console platforms in December 2003.
Blizzard Entertainment announced today that "Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne," the eagerly-awaited expansion set to the fastest-selling PC game ever, is now in stores. Available in 11 different languages worldwide, the game has received initial orders totaling more than 2.5 million copies.
Activision Inc. filed a breach of contract suit alleging media giant Viacom Inc. isn't adequately exploiting the Star Trek franchise, thereby diminishing the value of the video game developer's license to produce Star Trek-themed games. In 1998, Activision entered a 10-year licensing arrangement with Viacom that gave it exclusive rights to produce Star Trek titles across all gaming platforms.
- Wings of Honour Q&A with City Interactive's Pawel Jagora on HomeLAN
- Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Q&A with LucasArts' Ronda Scott on JK3Files.com
- Lagsters Q&A with members of Boolat Games on GameSpot
- Alter Echo Q&A with Andy Abramovici of THQ on Team Xbox
- Kya: Dark Lineage Q&A with Eden Studios' David Nadal/Nour Polloni on GameSpy
- Dark Fall Q&A with Jonathan Boakes of XXv Productions on Gamer's Pulse
- Chrome Q&A with Bartek Paul of Techland on The Armchair Empire
- HALO Q&A with Gearbox Software's Randy Pitchford on Telefragged
Developed by Freeform Interactive, Purge players become members of the Order and the Chosen, with each side seeking elimination of the enemy and individual party survival. Players receive rewards as they win battles and complete objectives throughout gameplay. In addition, Purge offers several map options, innovative weaponry and extensive player customization to enhance the online war experience. The main feature of this patch is a new map, Cargo Depot. This update also adds new player request changes from the Purge forums, new GM powers, and tweaks to the Proteus map. Read more for download links ...
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