- Earth 2160 Q&A with Zuxxez's Dirk P. Hassinger on Games Fusion
- Marine Heavy Gunner Q&A with Brainbox's Josh Druckman on HomeLAN
- S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl Q&A with GSC's Oleg Yavorsky on GameSpot
- Dangerous Waters Q&A with Sonalysts' Jamie Carlson/Mike Kolar on AVault
- The Suffering Q&A with Surreal's Tomas Vykruta on HomeLAN
- Street Racing Syndicate Q&A with Namco's Robert Zalot on GameSpot
- Mafioso Q&A with Nawar Studio's Piotr Piotrowski on Sector.sk
- Hearts of Iron II Q&A with Paradox's Fredrik W. Lindgren on Boomtown
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The Bard's Tale combines the development team's collective knowledge of compelling RPG gameplay with brilliant graphics and major motion picture quality story and dialogue. The Bard's Tale eschews genre cliches in favor of intelligent humor for an original and truly entertaining experience.
THQ today announced that Hot Wheels Stunt Track Challenge videogames are in development for the PS2, Xbox, Game Boy Advance and PC. The PS2 version will feature an online component, allowing six players to race head-to-head. All skus, which will feature extreme game show-style stunt challenges and sizzling fast racing action, are scheduled to release this fall.
'Silent Hunter III' will add new dimensions to the simulation experience. The player will engage in a compelling ocean environment, featuring dynamic weather, and experience the intensity of historical naval warfare. Taking the role of the U-boat commander, players will seek their enemy with sonar and periscope, attack the enemy with torpedoes, destroy them with the deck gun, or command their crew to do the job.
Cyberlore Studios has revealed their choice to make simulation games (or "sims") the focus of their future development efforts. This announcement comes as Cyberlore is preparing to take the covers off of their latest Lifestyle Sim - Playboy: The Mansion at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles next week.
Vivendi today announced its multi-platform product line-up for the 2004 E3. The company will showcase 18 highly anticipated titles, including: Blizzard's World of Warcraft, StarCraft: Ghost; Half-Life2; Crash Twinsanity and Spyro: A Hero’s Tail; Van Helsing and The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay; Fight Club and also a yet unannounced title from Monolith (revealed as a mix between The Matrix meets The Ring). Read more for details on each title ...
Another day, another batch of game trailers were released. Instead of giving them all their own posts, we grouped them, and so far there are trailers for :
- The Urbz - Trailer
- Sudeki - Trailer
- Panzers - Trailer
- True Crime: Streets Of LA - Trailer
- Soldiers: Heroes Of WW2 - Trailer
- Thief: Deadly shadows - Trailer
- Defjam Vendetta: Fight For NY - Trailer
Gotcha, under development for PC/Xbox by Sixteen Tons Ent., features no real weapons but air compressed weapons and color ammunition, also known as paintball guns. Choose from 18 players (male and female), work your way through the league based single player campaign, challenge others in a duel, or play against friends over the internet, LAN or Xbox Live.
Sigil Games Online, Inc. today announced that the company is using the Unreal Engine as one of several licensed technologies used in their flagship product, the massively multiplayer RPG "Vanguard: Saga of Heroes."
Officially licensed by the Indy Racing League, IndyCar Series 2005 gets a boost with a host of new features to complement the action-packed oval track racing at speeds up to 235mph! The game's new online racing will see up to 12 players getting fiercely competitive out on the circuits on Xbox, with up to 8 players on PS2.
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