PS2.IGN confirmed with Sierra Studios today that an original, forthcoming X-Files game is in development for PS2 and Xbox in spring 2003. The upcoming X-Files game, as of yet untitled, is a single-player survival-horror game in development with Black Ops (Street Hoops, Knockout Kings, BlackDawn) for PS2 and Xbox, and scheduled for a Q2 2003 release date. Actors Jillian Anderson and David Duchovny will pitch in to do the voices for their X-Files characters Dana Scully and Fox Mulder.
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Freedom: The Battle for Liberty Island provides two layers of gameplay -- a strategic turn-based mode centering around base operations in the underground sewer and an action mode that unfolds in the streets where fierce battles are won or lost and resources are captured. In this mode players will experience intense urban guerilla warfare scenarios ranging from small sabotage missions to large battles where players have to conquer enemy installations. Chekc out EA's 8 latest screens ..
THQ has informed us know that they have launched the official web site for their upcoming Gamecube role-playing game, "Summoner The Prophecy". The new site has character bios, the latest screens, and a ton of general information. Summoner The Prophecy ships for the GameCube during Q2 2003, and follows Maia, Queen of the Halassar, as she fulfills her prophecy foretold in the ‘Book of the Prophets’. Also check our previously posted screens!
Sierra Entertainment, Inc. and Fox Interactive announce the official Die Hard:Vendetta Sweepstakes presented by IGN.com. Entrants will have the opportunity to win a tactical adventure grand prize at the largest private urban operations training facility in the country - three incredible days - courtesy of Incredible Adventures/Urban Ops. Participants can also win other great prizes from Rigel Optics and Fox Home Entertainment, among others. In total, the Die Hard:Vendetta sweepstakes will award prizes valued at more than $13,000.
Attention Black Isle fans! Another all new employment opportunity has arrived! That's right guys and gals, your friendly neighborhood developer and publisher of PC and console role-playing games is looking for talented Intermediate Game Designers. If the design and layout of adventure locales for Black Isle RPGs sounds like your cup of tea then head on over to the Employment Page to read all of the nifty details!
Computer & Video Games has word from an unnamed source that a sequel to this year's PSOne/PC crime action game, The Italian Job, is in the works. The first game, based on the classic 1969 crime drama, was published by SCi but the game sequel will be developed by UK based Climaz and published by Eidos, according to the report. The game, which will come out on the PS2, Xbox and Gamecube, will be released around the same time as the upcoming movie remake of The Italian Job shows up in theaters this summer (thanks HomeLan).
The newest issue of Computer Games magazine has a brief article on an upcoming Dungeons & Dragons PC RPG called "The Temple Of Elemental Evil". Based on a classic 1985 D&D pen-and-paper module from its creator Gary Gygax, the article states that the developer of the game will be Trokia, who previously developed the "steampunk" RPG Arcanum. The game is scheduled to be released via publisher Infogrames in the latter half of 2003, according to the report (thanks HomeLan).
Raven Shield producer, Chadi "Leviat" Lebbos sends out word that "part of the Raven Shield development team is working up a patch that will solve the majority of the bugs you've encountered. We still don't have all the required elements to give you guys an official date (which will be in the upcoming days), but once we do, you will be the first to know. As for the rest of the team, we are still debugging and optimizing." Read more for his full statement ...
PlayStation2 system owners eager to see what all the excitement is about won't have to wait anymore, as Ubi Soft Entertainment announced today that the popular squad-based combat game Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon for the PlayStation 2 has shipped and will arrive on store shelves shortly.
It's spike or die as players choose their team and head out to one of the 16 different volleyball courts. 'Outlaw Volleyball' will draw on the Xbox graphic capabilities to provide extremely well-rendered and fun environments with dynamic elements. From the beach house beach to the big house, the courts will feature such graphic treats as deformable sand, dynamic backgrounds and highly detailed crowds. The game will also make use of the Xbox's ability to incorporate music tracks that were ripped to the console's hard drive making Outlaw Volleyball into a very personalized experience. Today we scored some new screens and a trailer showing off some in-game footage...
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