Activision, Inc. debuts its strongest and most compelling game slate to date at this year’s E3 in Los Angeles on May 22 – 24, 2002. From new action sports titles such as Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4, Mat Hoffman’s Pro BMX 2, Kelly Slater’s Pro Surfer™, and Shaun Murray’s Pro Wakeboarder, to legendary game franchises like id Software’s DOOM III, to entertainment inspired games including Minority Report, Stuart Little 2, the X-Men, Blade and Star Trek, Activision’s slate demonstrates the company’s ongoing commitment to delivering the best interactive entertainment experiences to audiences worldwide.
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The country’s top boarders will join wakeboarding pioneer Shaun “House of Style” Murray for a world-class line-up in Activision, Inc.’s upcoming Shaun Murray’s Pro Wakeboarder video game. The title, which will give gamers a taste of the insanely daring athleticism and lifestyle of the sport, will be available this holiday season for the PS2, the Xbox, Nintendo GameCube and Game Boy Advance. The game is currently "Rating Pending" by the ESRB.
Rockstar Games is pleased to announce the return of the Rockstar Games Upload online media awards to celebrate independent artistic endeavors on the Internet. In 2001, Rockstar hosted what was considered to be the first strictly online media awards program where an astounding collection of imaginative contest entries were sent in via the Rockstar FTP site. Judging for the contest and the awards ceremony took place entirely online, making for a completely digital experience.
LucasArts will bring Star Wars: The Clone Wars, a ground and air-based combat action game inspired by and expanding upon one of the Star Wars galaxy's most dramatic and intensely fought conflicts, to Nintendo GameCube and PS2. Star Wars: The Clone Wars, to be published and distributed by LucasArts and developed by Pandemic Studios, is expected to release on both platforms in fall 2002.
Computer and Video Games has a Q&A with Andrew Wafer of Codemasters talking about the upcoming addon for their tactical shooter named Operation Flashpoint: Resistance. XGR's has an interview with Ken Balthaser, producer from EA's upcoming battlefield simulator Battlefield 1942, being developed by Digital Illusions. GameSpot has a new Q&A with S2 Games' co-founder Jesse Hayes talking about the earlier todya announced Savage. HomeLAN has a chat with Sierra's Steve Beinner and John Payne talking about the just announced 'Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest'. Similar interiews on GameSpyDaily and GameSpot.
According to Gone Gold, Grand Theft Auto III for the PC IS gold. Their sources confirmed that that the PC version may be available in stores as early as next Wednesday, May 22.
Sierra Entertainment, Inc., a studio of Vivendi Universal Games, today announced development of the first expansion to their award winning real-time strategy game, Empire Earth. In development by Mad Doc Software and due on store shelves this Fall, Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest expands the scope of Empire Earth further into the future, allowing for planetary conquest. The expansion pack offers a new Space Age Epoch that covers the time period from 2200 to 2300 A.D., Earth's near future, and adds three new single-player campaigns, unique units, buildings, special powers and more to Empire Earth. Players have conquered new lands before, but this time to continue the dominance of their civilization, they must cross the boundaries of space.
Midway Games Inc. announced today that Haven: Call Of The King, a groundbreaking action and fantasy console videogame, is in development. Haven: Call Of The King is scheduled to ship fall 2002 for next-generation systems and is being developed by acclaimed London-based developer, Traveller's Tales.
KOCH Media invites you to take command in one of the greatest battles ever fought on the fields of Europe. Waterloo: Napoleon’s Last Battle lets you govern the armies of either Napoleon or Wellington in a historically accurate PC CD strategy game. Can your decisions change the course of history?
Publisher and game site iGames along with developer S2 Games today announced its first multiplayer game for the PC, “Savage.” Set in a primal fantasy world torn apart by two power-hungry factions, Man and Beast, the game combines the best elements of real-time strategy with intense first person combat. With a fantastic storyline and the capacity to engage 64 players at a time, “Savage” provides gamers with the most realistic fantasy battle experience to date. Savage is scheduled to ship in the first quarter of 2003. Savage will be shown at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Kentia Hall, booth number 7336.
Rockstar Games announced today that Midnight Club 2, the sequel to the highly successful award winning PS2 launch title Midnight Club, is in production for the PS2.
Strategy First and Paradox Entertainment are pleased to announce that Legion, their highly anticipated turn-based strategy game has gone gold and will be shipping to stores nationwide in early June.
BBC Multimedia, the software publishing division of BBC Worldwide, is exhibiting at E3 for the first time in 2002. The publisher is demonstrating a number of forthcoming titles for PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC, as well as showing off its wide range of gaming and award winning children's software.
THQ Inc. and SEGA Corporation today announced they will unveil three more titles in their exclusive, 16-title Game Boy Advance co-publishing agreement at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. ALTERED BEAST: GUARDIAN OF THE REALMS and THE REVENGE OF SHINOBI are scheduled for release in late 2002, while SPACE CHANNEL 5 is scheduled for an early 2003 release.
Earlier today we tossed up the announcement from THQ and their upcoming title 'WWE Crush Hour', now we bring you the first two screens to check out. Read more below!
One ring to rule them all... EA announces that they will bring The Lord of the Rings, The Two Towers video games to the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system and the Nintendo Game Boy Advance.
Microsoft Game Studios today announced that it is in the final stages of an exclusive publishing deal with Sigil Games Online Inc. Sigil Games Online was formed by two of the game industry's most renowned designers, Brad McQuaid, co-creator of the revolutionary, massively multiplayer online role-playing game "EverQuest(," and Jeff Butler, former producer of the EverQuest Live and Expansion teams.
As a world premiere, during E3 2002 Ubi Soft Entertainment will be unveiling Project BG&E, the latest creation by Michel Ancel, creator of the critically acclaimed Rayman series. Project BG&E is scheduled to ship to retail shelves in the 1st Quarter of 2003 with availability on all next generation consoles and PC.
The latest instalment of Empire’s market leading cricket simulation International Cricket Captain 2002 is due for release this summer. To ensure the gameplay continues its trend of realism Empire have enrolled the help of England player and veteran batsman Graham Thorpe to lend his experience and ensure fans of the game will not be disappointed.
Infogrames announced that it has entered into a licensing deal with Korea-based Phantagram Interactive Inc. involving Infogrames' Total Annihilation franchise. Under the terms of the deal, Infogrames has licensed to Phantagram the name, logo and code for the U.S. version of Total Annihilation for the purpose of developing a new Total Annihilation title for the PC.
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