Techland announced that the work on their racing game Xpand Rally has reached the final stage. The list of features has been closed and now the main focus is on eliminating bugs and tweaking individual elements of the game. Read more for details ...
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Wargaming.net announces that Massive Assault: Phantom Renaissance will be published in Russia and ex-USSR states by Akella, one of the leading Russian publishing companies.
Today Slitherine is pleased to announce that Gates of Troy is shipping, 2 weeks ahead of schedule! Any gamers who pre-ordered will have their games dispatched today and any further orders will be dispatched at the earliest opportunity next week. Gates of Troy is a stand-alone expansion for Spartan, the award winning strategy game. Gates of Troy does not require Spartan to be played.
Nadeo's quirky racer TrackMania, and its addon PowerUp!, was enjoyed by all who played it. So it is with great pleasure that - at last – Nadeo has given the green light to unveil the sequel to the people's champion. TrackMania Sunrise, the legitimate heir to the throne, is shifting up a gear. Sunrise moves faster, handles better and features improved air-control – vital for making the massive jumps – to ensure that gameplay never moves at anything less than fast. And it's all about the gameplay.
The World Wildlife Fund would not approve. PETA would stage a protest. Rolf Harris would have to build a cybernetic laboratory into the Animal Hospital. Vivisector, from Brigades, will be the first first-person shooter to feature a menagerie of cyborg-animals for gamers to blow away when released in Europe this October for PC.
- Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow Q&A with Ubi Soft's Patrick Naud on HomeLan
- Auto Assault II Q&A with NetDevil's Ryan Seabury on Gamingnexus
- The Sims 2 Q&A with EA's Lucy Bradshaw on The Gamers Temple
- Pacific Storm Q&A with Lesta Studio's Sergei Titarenko on PC Gameworld
- El Matador Q&A with on Gamer's Hell
- Fatal Frame II Q&A with Tecmo's Keisuke Kikuchi on Team Xbox
- Sherlock Holmes: The Silver Earring Q&A with on GGMania
- Cossacks II Q&A with GSC Game World's Oleg Yavorsky on HomeLan
- Rome: Total War Q&A with Creative Assembly's Mike Simpson on Strategy Informer
- MechAssault 2 Q&A with Day 1 Studios' Denny Thorley on GameSpy
- World of Pirates Q&A with Hardy Winter on Gamers With Jobs
In Battlefield 2, players will choose to fight for one of three military superpowers: the United States, China, or the newly formed Middle East Coalition. Armed with the latest modern weaponry, players can take control of any of the game's 30+ vehicles to engage in major conflicts with over 100 players in some of the largest online battles on the PC.
EA SPORTS lights it up in the 13th season of world championship hockey with EA SPORTS NHL 2005. Delivering top shelf gameplay that captures the speed, finesse, and lighting-fast flow of pro hockey, NHL 2005 challenges gamers of all skill levels to lace up their skates and take command of the open ice. Seems EA day today, so check out the new screens & trailer ...
The Battle for Middle-earth utilizes the Generals game engine, and in the game players can select from the different "good" or "evil" campaigns, where they will be given the freedom to command a variety of major armies from the films, each with their own distinct strengths and weaknesses. Check these 6 new screens ...
Electronic Arts today unveiled the highly-anticipated soundtrack for Madden NFL 2005. Featuring an all-star line-up of emerging rock and hip-hop artists, the world’s best-selling football videogame will once again shape the sound of the 2005 football season. The in-game soundtrack features 21 groundbreaking new songs that will rock the music scene this fall. Read more for details ...
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