EA’s second “The Lord of the Rings” action adventure game, The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, will allow players to journey through multiple gameplay paths, taking control of the motion picture trilogy’s heroes. Defend the walls of Minas Tirith as Gandalf, raise the Army of the Dead as Aragorn, Legolas, or Gimli, and with Frodo and Sam, deliver the ring to the fiery depths of Mount Doom. Read more to check some awesome new screens ...
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From the far corners of Middle-earth, new adventures come forth to face the growing evil in the East. The forces of Mordor are mobilizing as the Nazgül hunt for the One Ring. The land itself is in peril and its fate lies in the hands of those who possess it. Adventuring alone or in groups, join thousands of players online in the massive world that is Middle-earth. Support the forces of good in an epic struggle to drive back the forces of Sauron. This is Middle-Earth Online, your home in the world of Tolkien. Read more to check some screens ...
THQ Germany has released a playable demo of Yager (in German of course) letting you try out their upcoming sci-fi flying action game. The demo (developed by Yager development, how resourceful) contains three missions from the full game (thanks 4players.de). Read more for download links ...
Ubi Soft has released the European (i guess a US version is expected later) demo for their upcoming turn-based strategy title Warlords IV: Heroes of Etheria. The demo features a single map, playable solo or multiplayer, but multiplayer support is limited to play on a single computer (thanks Bluesnews). Read more for download links ...
by Rainier on Aug. 26, 2003 @ 1:39 a.m. PDT | Filed under Interviews
Armed with a brand new arsenal of weapons and vehicles, Halo delivers challenges and surprises, as well as intense online multiplayer competition exclusively for the PC, including new multiplayer maps. After we spend some time at a recent Halo LAN event, it was prime time to get cozy with Gearbox Software President Randy Pitchford and ask some annoying questions ...
Looney Tunes: Back In Action is a video game to be released on multiple platforms day and date with the upcoming live action feature film starring the Looney Tunes characters. The partnership marks the first time Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered to co-publish a video game title. UK-based Warthog is developing the game based on the film, which will debut in November 2003. Check out these new screens ...
- Gangland Q&A with MediaMobsters on Action Vault
- Vietnam War: Ho Chi Minh Trail Q&A John Fuhrman of E-Pie's on Wirtualna Polska
- C&C Generals: Zero Hour Q&A with EA's Chris Rubyor on CNC UNLEASHED
- Face of Mankind Q&A with Duplex systems' with Thomas Seufert on OGaming
- Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Q&A with Ubi Soft'sYannis Mallat on Xbox.IGN
- Kill.Switch Q&A with Namco's Alvin Muolic on HomeLAN
- Ultimate Arena Q&A with former pro gamer Dennis "Thresh" Fong on GameShark
- Battlestar Galactica Q&A with comic book writer Grant Morrison on GameSpot
Ultima X: Odyssey (UXO), is a next generation massively multi-player online role-playing game (MMORPG) from the award-winning Origin studio team. Powered by the latest version of the Unreal Engine and based on the renowned Ultima single-player role-playing series, UXO will enable players to create personalized legacies in a massive new online world and will be one of the first of its kind to offer private areas on demand within the game. Some more screens goodness ...
Set in Europe at the time of the migration of nations (about 200-450 AD), Against Rome takes the player to that part of the continent that has not yet succumbed to the Roman Empire. This vast territory, which the Romans disparagingly called barbaricum, is the home of numerous primitive nations. The player takes control over one of these barbarian tribes, who as a whole stood out for a pronounced lack of cultural achievements, combined with a ferocious belligerence... Check out a new screenshot below!
Atari had their annual gamer day last week where they presented their lineup of upcoming titles. Today we have screens for most of those products, such as:
- Civilization 3: Conquests (PC)
- Unreal Tournament 2004 (PC)
- T3: War Of The Machines (PC)
- Once Upon A Knight (PC)
- Hordes of the Underdark (PC)
- Gothic II (PC)
- Temple Of Elemental Evil (PC)
- Dead Man's Hand (Xbox)
- DragonBall Z: Budokai 2 (PS2)
- Shadow Ops: Red Mercury
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