Armchair quarterbacks, beware! SEGA's sports studio, Visual Concepts Entertainment, maker of the acclaimed '2K' sports game series, and ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports, today announced First Person Football, a revolutionary style of gameplay that allows gamers to immerse themselves completely in a sports videogame- from the first person perspective. First Person Football will make its debut this fall in "ESPN NFL Football," giving the definition of virtual football a whole new meaning. For the first time ever, a sports video game will be played through the perspective of the players themselves as every sight and sound is experienced from behind the helmet.
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Gotham Games is bringing dangerous celebrities to your city. The company is taking its eagerly anticipated new title, MTV’s Celebrity Deathmatch, on the road with the Celebrity Deathmatch Summer “Slay” Ride. Teaming with promotional partners GamePro Magazine and TVT Records, Gotham Games’ Celebrity Deathmatch-themed van will roll to 16 cities and give gamers the chance to be among the first to try out the crazy fun of the entertainment satire game before it hits stores this fall. In addition, visitors to the rolling chaos-mobile will be able to register for tons of cool prizes and sample the latest sounds of the hard-hitting metal band Nothingface.
NovaLogic Ltd. today also announced that the first expansion pack for the number one selling PC title Delta Force - Black Hawk Down is now scheduled for release during Spring 2004. Delta Force - Black Hawk Down: Team Sabre features two new single player campaigns that take Delta Force deep into the jungles of Colombia in search of drug lords, then on to battle terrorist factions in and around Iran's island oilfields. Team Sabre will also contain a number of new multiplayer features, including over 30 new multiplayer maps. Delta Force – Black Hawk Down: Team Sabre will ship during Spring 2004 on PC CD ROM.
NovaLogic Ltd. today announced plans to release Joint Operations, a brand new multiplayer based PC title during Q4 2003. Set in Indonesia in the near future, Joint Operations takes the player to a country on the verge of disintegration. Regional independence movements have acquired advanced weaponry as the nation's military splits into competing factions. Escalating violence threatens innocent civilians and Western economic interests. Read more for details & screens...
Lago, the Italian publisher renowned for its flight simulator add-ons and part of the Leader Group SpA, today announced Grand Prix Simulator, a new PC simulation dedicated to Formula 1 racing enthusiasts. The game, developed by Alassoft, and produced by Italian developer Milestone, makers of Screamer saga (Virgin), Superbikes (EA) and recently Racing Evoluzione (Atari) pushes the boundaries for racing simulation games. Read more for details and the first screens ...
The game begins when Kevin Myers receives a call from magazine his sister works for. He is told that she didn't contact them more than 10 days and they are afraid she missed in Colombia during her journalist investigation. So, Kevin departures to this country in order to rescue her. Having arrived he finds himself in the world of violence where 70 out of 100 hundreds people are killed each year. There are many forces fight for the power in Colombia. They are officials, guerrilla, narco mafia, Indians, bandits, CIA. The player has to maneuver between them to reach the main goal to find lost sister. The scenery that looks banal in the beginning step-by-step gets mixed up and finally becomes semi-mystic.
Prepare to unleash the absolute latest in modern weapons technology against the world's most powerful Generals in Command & Conquer Generals Zero Hour (working title). Published by Electronic Arts and developed by EALA, Command & Conquer Generals Zero Hour is the first expansion pack* for Command & Conquer Generals and is targeted for release on the PC this fall 2003 under the EA GAMES brand.
Silent Storm is a true 3D game combining turn-based tactical combats and role-playing set against the background of the WWII. As the war rages on, you will lead a squad of elite troopers deep behind enemy lines to perform secret missions and prevent a disaster the true scale of which could be fully appreciated by neither of the involved parties. Read more for a fresh batch of screens...
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The world record for one of history's most revered classic arcade games has fallen. Steve Wiebe of Redmond, Washington, has scored 947,200 points on Donkey Kong, leaving in the dust noted rivals like the legendary Billy Mitchell and Timothy Sczerby of Auburn, NY. "The feat was recorded on videotape so future generations can see how it was done," explains Walter Day, Chief Editor of the forthcoming edition of Twin Galaxies' Official Video Game & Pinball Book of World Records. Wiebe is not a newcomer to video game royalty: last year he became the first player in Twin Galaxies' 23-year-history to pass the one million-point barrier on Donkey Kong Junior. "Donkey Kong was one of the top three most hotly contested titles in arcade history, the other two being Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man," says Robert Mruczek, Chief Referee for Twin Galaxies. Mruczek was the Twin Galaxies employee who viewed Wiebe's 2-hour long videotape in order to verify the legitimacy of the claim to the Donkey Kong title.
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