You are Glitch, the gun-slinging, half-ton menacing bot of Droid City who blasts his way to victory. Found as scrap metal, but transformed into destructive machinery, Glitch is determined to free his people from the evil clutches of General Corrosive and his maniacal army of Mil bots. Unleash a world of pain as you annihilate the General's sinister plan to dominate the world, and salvage the robot race. Check the new screens ...
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds brings all the excitement surrounding Sunnydale’s “Hellmouth” straight into your home. With involvement from the television show’s creators, sanctioned writers, and cast, this game delivers a truly authentic epic experience. The original story begins when Buffy Summers discovers that an enemy from the past, Ethan Rayne, is at the center of a great struggle with The First, literally the first incarnation of evil the world has ever known. Buffy and the gang must face an undead army of vampires, zombies, and demons to keep these nefarious villains from casting the world into permanent darkness. Check the new screens ...
Judge Dredd vs. Judge Death is based on the legendary comic strip Judge Dredd, published in 2000AD every week since 1977. It will be a first-person shooter seen through the eyes of Judge Dredd as he patrols the mean streets of the stunningly realised future metropolis, Mega-City One. Dredd will find himself having to deal with the full spectrum of criminal behaviour, from littering and caffeine abuse to saving the city from the utterly evil Judge Death. The game will also have extensive multiplayer modes, enabling ferocious splitscreen or online play and will use Rebellion's versatile new Asura engine. Read more to check out some new screens ...
- The Red Star Q&A with Archangel Studios' Christian Gossett on HomeLan
- Riftrunner Q&A with Larian Studois' Swen "Lar" Vincke on RPGDot
- The Sims Bustin' Out Q&A with Griptonite's Virginia McArthur on GameSpot
- DAoC: Trials of Atlantis Q&A with Mythic's Matt Firor on Camelot Vault
- Ground Control 2 Q&A with Massive Entertainments's Henrik Sebring on HomeLan
- Shadow Ops Q&A with Mike Gehri of Zombie on Unreal Ops
- Drakengard Q&A with Square Enix's Yasuhito Watanabe on C&VG
- Cypher: Code of Ruin Q&A with Nigel Papworth on DailyGame
The Natural Selection 2.0 release date has finally been determined, July 31st, 2003! NS 2.0 is a significant step forward in the process of merging FPS with RTS into a combination of truly atmospheric and social gaming, with huge improvements over the v1.04 gameplay, plus plenty of all new features, levels, animations, sounds, and artwork.
MicroSoft & Ensemble Stuidios have now finally released the manual patch for their 3D RTS game, Age of Mythology. This upgrade brings your retail game to v1.06 and applies a fix for potential renderer crashes, a handful of unit balance tweaks, and a few ESO multiplayer improvements (thanks 3DGamers). Read more for detailed fix list and download links ...
After several beta patches, Focus Interactive and Cyanide Studio has finally released the new patch for their recent cycling simulation game, Cycling Manager 3. This upgrade brings your retail game to v1.1 and fixes various bugs, improves AI, adjusts some ratings, fixes a few editor problems, etc.
Earlier today EA announced that The Sims Bustin' Out is in development for the GBA, and now we have the first few screens to prove it! The Sims Bustin' Out GBA version will support connectivity with the GameCube and is scheduled for simultaneous release with The Sims Bustin' Out on all current-generation console platforms in December 2003. Read more to check the screens ...
With the new SimCity 4 Rush Hour Expansion Pack your city is on the move. Get your Sims on the road to happiness as you take total control of your city’s transportation. Take charge of vehicles en route to destinations or disasters, and take to the streets to control your city at a new level. Read more for some new screens ...
The award-winning Medal of Honor franchise is returning to the Game Boy Advance with Medal of Honor Infiltrator from Electronic Arts. EA LA, creators of the award-winning Medal of Honor game series, and HotGen Studios have partnered to develop this all new experience designed specifically for the Game Boy Advance, which is scheduled to hit store shelves in fall 2003 under the EA GAMES brand.
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