MPH is an arcade-racer that lets players experience incredible speeds while illustrating down-to-earth real world locations and vehicle designs. MPH features gameplay-friendly arcade physics, an effective damage model, and performs various tricks with the camera setup in order to simulate insane speeds without making the game uncontrollable. We have four more shots of this Swedish racing action, this time showing the damage model.
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Chris Beatrice, designer of Pharaoh and many other worldwide bestselling titles, has parted from Impressions Games after many years to establish his own studio, Tilted Mill Ent. Inc.
The official site for the 3D real-time strategy game by Edgies, Dark Planet: Battle for Natrolis is now available. The site offers features, screens, some movies and FAQ.
GamersPulse tossed up the announcement and screens from Boston Animations upcoming RPG, Shaman. There is also an interview with the studio's president and founder, Dale Desharone, and Andy Wolfendon, VP and Lead Designer, to find out more about this Native American-themed RPG. Bring me there.
A new movie from Global Operations is now available for download from Shacknews. This time you can check out some gameplay footage in Windows Media Player format from the Columbia mission.
Blues have tossed up the first screenshot from Flying Labs and their upcoming horror action adventure game, Delta Green.
The official website for Mobile Forces is now online. Mobile Forces is an offline/online multiplayer-only action shooter that offers an explosive combination of traditional FPS combat with realistically modelled player vehicles. You can decide to play offline against highly skilled AI bots, or go online and take on the Mobile Forces community. Take me there!
BYTE Software, that is an Slovakian developer, today unveiled SPECNAZ: Project Wolf. This new game is an outdoor tactical first-person shooter based on the Russian special forces. Find out more over at the official site.
We got some new screens from following Game Cube games: StarFox Adventures: Dinosaur Planet "4 screens", Metroid Prime "10 screens" and Mario Sunshine "2 screens". Njoy!
There has been a lot of speculation around the stanby page Ubi Soft tossed up a few days back, and finally today they confirms a new title, Rainbow Six: Raven Shield.. Head over to this standby "Raven Shield" site to check out some new video clip!
The developers of Fate of the Dragon are back with their latest real-time strategy game, Dragon Throne: Battle of Red Cliffs and together with Strategy First and Gigex, this is your chance to check it out! This demo will take you through a training scenario, 2 missions and the first mission from Liu Bei’s campaign. Get a taste for leadership as you build your kingdom and develop new technologies, establish strategic alliances and create a mighty army in an attempt to unify the nation.
Shiver me timbers! Computer and video game publisher Gathering of Developers, a subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. along with developer Frog City Software, today announced "Tropico 2: Pirate Cove," the sequel to the publisher's top-selling Caribbean simulation, "Tropico." Set on a hidden pirate island and starring some of history's scurviest sea dogs, the game is scheduled to ship this fall.
Nintendo today released some screens from their upcoming Game Cube title, Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem.
Impossible Creatures is a 3-D real-time strategy game that pits the player against an evil villain in an action-packed campaign across a chain of remote and diverse islands. Using Earth's most formidable animals as building blocks, the player creates an army of unique, mutant monsters in a desperate struggle to protect an unsuspecting world from a horrible fate. Impossible Creatures is set for a worldwide release sometime in 2002 via Microsoft. Check out some screens below!
Earlier we tossed up the announcement from Lucas Arts and their upcoming XBox - PC title, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Now we bring you six Xbox shots, seven bits of character art and four pieces of concept art, which even we have to concede look pretty tasty.
BAM! Entertainment today announced that it will publish Way of the Samurai for the Sony PlayStation 2. Way of the Samurai, a 3D action-adventure game, is a weapons-based combat game with an interesting story element that follows a sizeable cast of characters. Way of the Samurai is being developed by Japan-based Acquire, the developer of the first two titles in the acclaimed Tenchu series, and will ship later this spring.
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