"Dungeon Siege II" returns players to the beautiful fantasy land of Aranna, but it is a land scarred by civil war, where the lines between good and evil are blurred. Players must lead an elite battle party against Valdis, a vicious marauder determined to return the world to order, no matter the cost. "Dungeon Siege II" promises to set a new standard in role-playing games by combining an intriguing story-line with intense real-time party combat and cutting edge 3D graphics. Read more for some new screens ...
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Namco's 'Ace Combat 5', shipping exclusively for the PlayStation2 in Fall 2004, is the newest installment is the most explosive title yet in the unparalleled 'Ace Combat' series. Developed by Namco Limited in Japan, 'Ace Combat 5' is set to soar as Namco’s fifth installment of the Air Combat/Ace Combat series. Read more for details & screens ...
In EURO 2004 mode players can play as any of the 51 European nations. Players can arrange and play friendly matches against other nations or play through the tournament going from qualifying, to playoffs and into the finals. Read more for some new screens ...
CENEGA PUBLISHING will be at this years E3 show in Los Angeles. 2004 will see CENEGA PUBLISHING release a number of exciting titles that will help boost the strong reputation this young publisher has already managed to forge with retailers, distributors and consumers. Read more for details ...
Death By Degrees is an action adventure featuring Nina Williams from the multi-million selling Tekken series. Set prior to the first Tekken game this prequel focuses on the events that lead up to Nina's involvement in the Iron Fist Tournament.
Psychotoxic is a first person shooter with an exceptionally exciting story line. The setting is New York, in the year 2020. Three of the four horsemen of the apocalypse have caused terrible damage on Earth. The fourth horseman is now preparing for his return. Violence and aggression are increasing drastically. Humanity's last hope is protagonist Angie Prophet. Check the new batch of screens ...
- Battle Mages Q&A with Targem's Stanislav Scorb on Strategy Informer
- Harvey Smith Q&A about him leaving ION Storm on Gamespy
- Harvey "Witchboy" Smith Q&A about him leaving ION Storm on PC.IGN
- The Stalin Subway Q&A with G5 Software's Nikolay Sitnikov on HomeLAN
- The Punisher Q&A with comic book writer Jimmy Palmiotti on Newsarama
- The Chronicles of Ny Q&A with ClownKeep on RPGDot
John Woo has optioned Nintendo's video game franchise "Metroid" for the big screen. It's the latest move demonstrating the director's commitment to interactive entertainment properties because it comes as Woo is developing three original titles at his Tiger Hill video game studio using Hollywood talent.
Mnemonic Studio is the latest addition to the game development community in Denmark and while the studio has barely seen the light of day, its founder and current President & CEO, Hans F. Olsen has burned plenty of midnight oil.
Atari, Inc. today announced the launch of the Company's first online software service that delivers its back-catalog titles over the Internet to Atari fans worldwide. The service will distribute the software to personal computers in pure digital form, bypassing the need to install from a disk. Unlimited access to Atari's growing e-catalog of games, productivity software, and kids' software is available at www.atariondemand.com for a monthly fee of $14.95.
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