Right after the initial patch, Crowd Control Productions has now issued the second patch for EVE Online: the Second Genesis, bringing their just-released MMO space game to build 1002. This patch can be used if the auto-updater doesn't work (you need to have the first patch applied as well), but there are no details on the changes in this patch. Read more for download links ...
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Gamers will be able to create their own superstar, hone their baseball skills and challenge their friends online using Xbox Live. Want to learn how to play the carom off of Fenway Park's Green Monster? "Inside Pitch 2003" will include special training sessions for each position to help gamers perfect their baseball skills. Check out the new xbox screens ...
VU Games will release a PC demo of its Hulk title Thursday morning. The product ships to North American retailers June 3. Canada-based Radical Entertainment is developing the third-person action game for all three next-generation consoles and the PC. Players will experience two types of gameplay as either Bruce Banner or The Hulk as they battle characters from the film and familiar enemies from the Marvel universe. The Hulk can smash through any physical obstacle and annihilate foes with over 45 attacks (thanks Avault). Of course we will have this puppy on our file servers as it becomes available ...
- Dragon Empires Q&A series with Codemasters' Peter Tyson on RPGVault
- Men Of Valor: Vietnam Q&A with Seirra's Ross Perez on Xboxworld.com.au
- Operation Flashpoint 2 Q&A with Bohemia Interactive's Marek Spanel on Tactland
- Vampire: TM - Bloodlines Q&A with Troika's Leonard Boyarsky on RPGVault
- Tribes: Vengeance Q&A with Sierra's Chris Mahnken on GameSpot
- PlanetSide Q&A with Sony Online's Dave Georgeson on C&VG
- Tron 2.0 Q&A with Cliff Kamida of Buena Vista Games on Action Trip
- Korea: Forgotten Conflict Q&A with Cenega on Ferrago.co.uk
- Hybrid Q&A with Vulcan Software's Lisa Tunnah on Krawall
Today we got screens from another one of Jaleco's upcoming title, World Championship Pool being developed on all platforms. No details are known at this point but at least we got some spiffy looking screens for you to enjoy! Read more to check them out!
OC Racing will feature cars that look cool instead of ones that look like toys. A former automotive designer is designing the models, and the game is an opportunity for his imagination to run wild. OC Racing is divided up into three Grand Prix circuits, five races each. The game does not have your typical new cars that you can unlock upon winning or qualifying but instead you have to collect parts in the race itself... Read more for some screens ...
As the title suggests, Lowrider lets players construct cars for the purpose of participating in low-riding competitions--such as hops, dances, and cruises--against various opponents. Players can not only upgrade the engine and the physical characteristics of their car, but they can also upgrade the hydraulics system so they can perform even more outrageous mechanical feats. The game even features a custom paint tool that lets players add their own visual touches to their car. Check out these screens ...
In a world where the Soviet Union won the Cold War, a fierce conflict is beginning to unfold in the streets of America. Red Army troops are pouring across the borders of Mexico and Canada shortly after a nuclear missile is unleashed on Washington D.C. Chaos sets in when breaking news informs Americans that their President has been killed and the Russians have invaded the country.
Goblin Commander: Unleash The Horde sets itself apart from other Real-Time Strategy games with fast arcade-style action, richly detailed and destructible environments, and an easy-to-master control scheme designed specifically for console game pads. The project is spearheaded by strategy game developers Ron Millar and Chris Millar, who are known for their work on best-selling titles within the StarCraft, Warcraft and Diablo series. Read more to check out a fresh batch of screens ...
Already rumored earlier this week, it is now slowly becoming fact.Franco-American video game publisher Infogrames Inc., in an effort to increase its profile with consumers by reaching back into gaming history, on Wednesday said it would change its name to Atari. To mark the new Atari Inc. and the new ticker symbol 'ATAR', Chief Executive Bruno Bonnell is set to open the Nasdaq on Wednesday. On top of that i have noticed that one of my PR contact changed the Infogrames account to Atari.
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