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 :
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Updated from the original classic tactical wargame, Steel Panthers: World At War is fully compatible with all versions of Windows and sports updated graphics, sound effects, unit data and combat models. The new v8.20 updates and expands orders of battle, updates unit data and improves the AI opponent and its selection of forces. A few stability problems were also resolved, leading to the best Steel Panthers: World At War to date! Read more for download links ...
Wargaming has released a new “Twin Islands” planet (specially designed for massive naval battles: two equal continents are separated by sea) as well as another patch for their strategy game Massive Assault bringing your retail game to v1.2.211. This patch is required if you wish to play the new Twin Island planet.
Using characters designed by renowned Japanese artist Kosuke Fujishima, Tales of Symphonia unfolds with beautiful anime-style cel-shaded graphics that make the expansive 3D worlds feel like a 2D comic book. The storyline is an emotionally charged, epic adventure that redefines the role-playing genre. Tales of Symphonia will ship exclusively for the Nintendo GameCube in Summer of 2004. Read more to check out some new screens ...
Atari announced today that, in addition to all-new 3-D graphics and the ability to virtually "ride the rides," RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 will allow players to design amazing fireworks displays that can be choreographed to the music of their choice. Using the new Fireworks MixMaster, players can create pyrotechnic masterpieces and synchronize them to music using pre-set in-game songs or their own MP3 files. In addition, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 will also include the ability to assign music to rides in the park, new realistic day and night cycles, a park lighting system and various weather effects.
“Heaven X” developer of interactive entertainment, after succes of developing Indiana Jack for Techland, and Kokomando for L.K. Avalon, announced today, that three new titles are in development for PC platform. Two action-adventure games for younger players, and sci-fi FPS based on Magnum Engine fully developed by Heaven X. Details and first screenshots from this projects will be publish soon.
Square Enix Co., Ltd., today announced several changes to their US organization. Square Enix U.S.A., Inc., which has offices located in Los Angeles, CA and Seattle, WA, will now be called Square Enix, Inc. This change is a part of its efforts to establish a globally consistent corporate brand image.
Football fans all across Europe will rejoice this Autumn, as Konami of Europe confirms the first details of what will rate as one of the most anticipated games of 2004: Pro Evolution Soccer 4. Due for release on PlayStation 2, PC and for the first time in the series' history, the Xbox, Pro Evolution Soccer 4 once again sets new standards in control, aesthetics and realism.
- UFO: Aftershock Q&A with Altar Interactive's Jiri Rydl on HomeLAN
- Half-Life 2 Q&A with Valve Software's Doug Lombardi on Driver Heaven
- Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone Q&A with Stormfront Studios' Don Daglow on UGO
- Sherlock Holmes: Silver Earring Q&A with Frogwares' Waël AMR on Exp.Gaming
- Pathologic Q&A with Ice-Pick Lodge's Nikolay Dybowsky on HomeLAN
- Codename: Panzers Q&A with Stormregion on GameZone
- Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow Q&A with Ubi Soft's Patrick Naud on Xbox.IGN
Alpha Black Zero, co-published by Playlogic International, Tri Synergy Inc. and designed by Khaeon, is a fast-paced mission based 3rd person tactical shooter with a gripping storyline to test both your fighting abilities and your intelligence. Dozens of different enemies, all possessing strong artificial intelligence will punish your mistakes across huge and challenging levels. Help Kyle Hardlaw and the Alpha Black Zero team prove their innocence when it releases July 26.
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