Freaky Flyers drops players into the cockpit with the most unique and engaging cast of characters to ever explore, adventure, stunt fly and dogfight in the videogame skies. Intertwining stories and engaging aerial combat add to the excitement throughout completely open and interactive 3-D world environments. Adding to the intensity is multiplayer action that allows gamers to do battle head-to-head in aerial racing combat. A few new screens flew in, check them out!
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RoadKill drops players into instantaneous battle with 30 core missions and numerous side missions. The missions place the player into the three cities of Hell County -- Lava Falls, Blister Canyon and Paradise City. RoadKill's dynamic reputation system determines how the world reacts to the way players perform missions, kill and maim citizens, destroy enemy vehicles and build alliances with the gangs of Hell County. Check the new PS2 screens ...
NHL Hitz Pro includes an improved AI that is so authentic gamers will think they are playing with the NHL pros. Goalie animations, logic and behavior are realistically captured and feature everything from stick saves to stoning a knee-buckling 5-hole shot to slapping the ice with five seconds left in a power play. Gamers also have the ability to score from anywhere on the ice and will feel the tension and strain of NHL action with a new Player Fatigue System that causes them to tire out after experiencing tough checks. Check the new load of screens for each platform ...
EA SPORTS Rugby 2004 is rugby in its purest form. Players will be able to take their team to victory in the fast paced action of World Cup Rugby or hone their skills in the Super 12 and European Domestic Leagues. With an all new control system that is intuitive and user friendly, players will be rucking, mauling, and kicking like champions in no time. New motion capture, animations, and character models will ensure that Rugby 2004 offers the most "In Your Face" rugby experience ever.
Another day, another batch of game trailers were released. Instead of giving them all their own post, we grouped them and so far there are trailers for :
- Otogi: Myth of Demons - Trailer
- Nascar Thunder 2004 - E3 Trailer
- MVP Baseball 2004 - E3 Trailer
- F1 Career Challenge - E3 Trailer
We will update this throughout the day when new trailers became available. Read more for download links ...
The MiG-21 was the Soviet Union's first Mach 2 aircraft and it achieved deadly results in its interceptor role during the Vietnam War and bringing it infamy in the West ever since. Captain Sim, the developer of choice for many flight sim fans, have combined their acclaimed flight sim design talents and their real life Eastern-bloc jet fighting skills to bring the last and most advanced two-seat trainer version of MiG-21, the UM "Mongol", to Flight Simulator 2002 and Combat Flight Simulator 2. They've even included an amazing interactive training manual that teaches you Cold War combat skills. Read more for some screens ...
As pre-orders for Savage: The Battle for Newerth soar, S2 Games and iGames Publishing today announced additional incentives for the rapidly growing fan-base to pre-order the title. All gamers who pre-order the title will promptly receive a guaranteed spot in the current phase beta test of Savage, allowing them not only the chance to play for free in advance of the release date, but to directly contribute to the development of the game. Savage: The Battle for Newerth is the first-ever real-time-strategy-shooter (RTSS).
Devastation is a high-action, teamplay-oriented, first person game powered by heavily modified Unreal Engine technology. Set in the very near future, dozens of unique characters are pit against each other in urban combat spanning several devastated locales. Devastation focuses on intense multiplayer action with an equally satisfying single-player experience. Ascaron has released a new patch for the european version of Devastation bringing your retail game to v381. This upgrade adresses sound changes for weapons, stability fixes for multiplayer, tweaks to the Territories gametype, a new server browser interface, and tons of other improvements that will make the game smoother and better. Read more for details and download links ...
by Rainier on June 12, 2003 @ 1:42 p.m. PDT | Filed under Interviews
Set in ancient China, Foo will challenge you and your competitors to enter palaces and temples before dawn, loot them for as much treasure as you can carry, and escape before the sun rises. Before setting out carefully plan what traps to take with you for your unwitting competitors - but beware, the more trap components you take in the less treasure you'll be able to carry out and the slower you'll move and react to the traps set out by other players. Foo is a unique "sneak, steal and trap-em-up" game of malicious pleasure with gameplay summarized as "Thief" meets "Spy vs. Spy", with the general feel of an animated feature crossed with the comical morbidity and brutality of "Itchy and Scratchy." Game Designer and Development Team Leader at IdolFX, Stefan Ljungqvist answers a few questions to shed some light on this rather unknown title.
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