Diabolique: License to Sin is a brand new third person game from Metropolis Team. Unique atmosphere, excellent gameplay, spectacular shaders, Renderware Physics. Tailored suits, expensive cars, dynamic action, and business class graphics. Hell has pretty much to offer.
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Codemasters' best-selling football management series, LMA Manager, is set to leap the generations as development is announced of a massively expanded edition of LMA Manager 2006 for PC and the Xbox 360. Read more for details and screens ...
Digital Jesters has released a new patch for Cyanide's strategy game Chaos League: Sudden Death. This update brings your English, French or German retail game to v2.02, but not specific details are available at this moment. Read more for download links ...
Timothy and Titus: Saints, Martyrs, Heroes, developed by White Knight Games, will engage gamers from a unique perspective with its groundbreaking 'Christian Gameplay Paradigm', and will be the first Christian computer games title released, schedule for November 2005, out of Australia
Rat Hunter is a traditional, solid, polished and smart first-person shooter set in a hi-tech environment. The action takes place on a remote planet, which is located in a G-class star system. Its gravity, atmosphere and other conditions are pretty much the same as on Earth. The planet is rich in minerals, and the low depth of occurrence allows for strip mining.
The Force will return to retail stores Nov. 1 with a double whammy: Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith will be released on DVD, and Star Wars Battlefront II will be made available for all the top video game platforms.
Solar Studios and Tricor Entertainment have formed an alliance to develop upcoming blockbuster Hollywood-style action games and related film properties. The first Solar and Tricor project is an unnamed Sci-Fi action/adventure property.
The non-linear plot saves the established facts of the war beginning and allows to lead to the Victory any of three sides: USSR, Germany and Allies (GB and USA). The game recreates the real structures of all participants' armies, uses the real arsenal, equipment and military techniques.
A Brunel study released today paints a clear picture of the demographics and reasoning behind videogame piracy. The research, conducted by Alex Dodge from the School of Business and Management provides an in-depth look at why gamers, between the age of 15-18, download pirate copies.
Dragonshard will incorporate classic role-playing themes, a powerful and dynamic real-time strategy engine all woven together with a rich storyline involving a global conflict for an immensely powerful artifact with the power to change the fate of Eberron itself.
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