UbiSoft has released yet another patch for Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow. This update brings your retail game to v1.3.1 and fixes an issue that surfaced in the v1.3 patch where punkbuster disappeared if the pb directory was not accessible in read/write, and the spy teleportation problem has been corrected. Read more for download links...
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Atari has forged links with Microsoft to publish the Windows PC version of Top Spin, the critically renowned tennis simulation releasing this September. Atari and Microsoft are confident of repeating the success of last year's Xbox version in 2004. Developed by French games studio Power and Magic Development (PAM) - the creators of the original Xbox version - Top Spin is the complete virtual tennis experience. Here are some fresh screens ...
Use destructive weapons and innate mental powers to take on the most feared enemy in the galaxy - Mankind! Play as Crypto, an alien warrior sent to Earth to clear the way for the Furon invasion force. Your mission is to infiltrate humanity, control them, harvest their brain stems and ultimately destroy them. You choose the method - infiltration or disintigration!
Chester Adventures is an oldschool action-adventure arcade game taking place on a mystical fantasy world. The player takes role of Chester, an adept magician who performs various quests challanging both arcade and mystery-solving skills. Read more for new screens ...
Electronic Arts announced today the development of NFL STREET 2, scheduled for release in early 2005 under the EA SPORTS BIG brand. The title is being developed by EA-Tiburon for the PlayStation2, GameCube, and Xbox.
Empire Interactive are celebrating the spirit of 50 years of Rock n' Roll by encouraging new rock and indie bands to look to the interactive entertainment industry as a springboard to a career in music. Empire have teamed up with Overplay.com, the up and coming music site dedicated to the development and exposure of unsigned bands, to put together a killer rock soundtrack for their upcoming free-roaming, smash-fest racer FlatOut which releases on PS2, Xbox and PC in Fall 2004
Electronic Arts today announced an agreement to acquire Criterion Software Group Ltd. from Canon Europe. With the acquisition, EA assumes Criterion's studio in Guildford, UK; two globally recognized intellectual properties, Burnout and Black; and the RenderWare middleware technology.
An expansive adventure that spans the globe, The Silver Earring delivers a deep and involving experience that will, in all likelihood, completely destroy any social life that hopeful PC owners aspire towards. The demo will allow you to play as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson as well as having 10 different locations to visit and 10 minutes worth of movie footage to go along with the 3 hours worth of gameplay. Read more for download links ...
Midas Interactive continues to raise the bar for budget console development by the addition of a whole host of licenses, including the valuable Crescent Suzuki team, to its forthcoming PS2 superbike and sidecar product. Read more for details and screens...
- Painkiller: Battle Out Of Hell Q&A with People Can Fly on HomeLAN
- Second Sight Q&A with Free Radical Design's David Doak on Cube.IGN
- Dungeon Siege II Q&A with Gas Powered Games' Kevin Lambert on GameBanshee
- The Matrix Online Q&A with Monolith's Toby Ragaini on The Matrix Stratics
- Moscow Rush Q&A with unnamed developer from Buka on Gamer's Hell
- Citizen Zero Q&A (part 3) with Micro Forte's Paul McInnes on RPGVault
- LOTR: Battle For Middle Earth Q&A with EA's Mark Skaggs on Total Video Games
- Everquest 2 Q&A (part 2) with Sony Online's Andy Sites on C&VG
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