While we already revealed it several days ago, Electronic Arts today announced the development of Need For Speed Underground 2 under the EA GAMES brand. Need for Speed Underground 2 is the sequel to Need for Speed Underground, which has sold more than five million copies worldwide since its release in November 2003.
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As King, it is your duty to lead your people in their struggle to raise your kingdom from its humble beginnings to a position of power and prestige. War, diplomacy and a burgeoning economy are the means by which you increase your power and expand your influence. A unique Knight-management system will offer you brand new possibilities to enhance your personal strategy.
Addicts of Ubisoft's Splinter Cell now have a dramatic new mission with Sam Fisher – to win the first tournament on the Xbox Live service featuring Ubisoft's long-awaited Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow. Gamers that pride themselves on their strategy, weapons skills and stealth manoeuvres now have the chance to prove themselves in the Xbox Live tournament - running from 26th April to the 26th May 2004.
WebWars Arena is a Real-Time Strategy Game, which is generally based on the "Capture the Flag" game principle. The goal of the game is to capture the enemy flag and bring it into the home base. You win, if you reach a defined number of captures. Read more for details and screens ...
Acclaim's World Championship Rugby for the PlayStation2, Xbox and PC, is being developed by Swordfish Studios, one of the UK's respected independent game development studios. Based in Birmingham and with over 10 year's development experience, the team was responsible for one of the most critically acclaimed rugby video games – Jonah Lomu Rugby.
- LotR: Middle-Earth Online Q&A with Turbine's Chris Taylor on GameSpy
- Battlefield Vietnam Q&A with EA's Aj Marini on FileFront
- MoH: Pacific Assault Q&A with EA's Dave Nash on C&VG
- DRIV3R Q&A with Reflections' Martin Edmonso on TotalVideoGames
- True Crime: Streets Of LA Q&A with Activision's T.Q. Jefferson on PC Gameworld
- Supreme Ruler 2010 Q&A with BattleGoat's David Thompson on Strategy Informer
- Thief Deadly Shadows Q&A with ION Storm's Jordan Thomas on Gaming Illustrated
Battle Mages: Sign of Darkness is an enthralling journey to the world of original game. It offers four new campaigns, covering dramatic events that took place in Daenmor long before the Shadow of Warlock spread over the land.
In Godzilla: Save the Earth players will have nine game modes to choose from, including Action, the mission-based single-player game; Challenges, a series of single-player challenges to complete; Custom, where players can set the parameters of a fight; Versus, the classic one-on-one melee battle; and many more. The game also includes mini games, including rail-type arcade sequences.
For the first time gamers will play as friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger as well as Harry Potter, switching between characters and utilizing their key attributes and skills to resolve challenges and overcome enemies. Read more for some new screens...
1C Company unveiled today the 21 titles to be shown at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in May, 2004. The largest collection of interactive entertainment titles to date, the 1C Company is showing a blockbuster lineup across all genres of gaming, including first-person action titles, real-time strategy, simulation and role-playing games, set across history and in deep space, on both land and sea. 1C Company will be located at booth #6059 in Kentia Hall, in the heart of the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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