Slitherine has released a new patch for the US version of their 3D Turns based Strategy game Spartan. This update patch brings your retail game to v1.017 and focuses on improving the gameplay by rebalancing the difficulty levels, major improvements in the AI and more feedback to the player about why the AI is making the decisions it does. An updated demo is also available with the lastest v1.017 code and includes a new 'Crete' campaign mission. Read more for download links ...
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In a conflict that lasted 11 years and killed over 3 million people, four men are going to have the longest 28 days of their lives. Cut off behind enemy lines during the 1968 Tet Offensive with no way to contact help, four young, barely trained soldiers realize their only hope for survival is to head into the heart of darkness. With few rations and dwindling ammunition, the only thing that separates them from freedom is 100 miles of ruthless terrain, crawling with unseen enemies and filled with hidden booby traps. Their goal isn’t to win the war. They just want to make it home alive.
Enlight announced today that it has shipped its highly anticipated hybrid racing game, TrackMania, to retail stores across North America. Reviewers across Europe have praised TrackMania, while North American gamers have awaited the arrival of this fun, strategic racing game.
Chaos League combines sports, fantasy and brutal, chaotic action on a playing field where the primary objectives are typical but the gameplay is anything but. This demo features previously released single-player tutorials, as well as internet/lan multiplayer capabilities with three races: the Humans, Barbarians and the Undead. Read more for download links ...
- The Matrix Online Q&A with Monolith's William Westwater on GameSpot
- Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 Q&A with Atari's Jonny on PC.IGN
- Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone Q&A with Stormfront on Game Informer
- Axis and Allies Q&A with Timegate Studios' Brian Wood and Ian Klimon on HomeLAN
- Shade: Wrath of Angels Q&A with Black Element's Radek Volf on GameZone
- Dungeons and Dragons Online Q&A with Turbine's Cardell Kerr on Warcry
- Stalingrad Q&A with DTF's Petr Prohorenko on Adrenaline Vault
- Starship Troopers Q&A with Empire Interactive's Simon Prytherch on UGO
Forget Euro 2004, Wimbledon, the Grand Prix and the British Open – Summer’s real sporting event is about to explode on your computer screens courtesy of Xfire - The Summer of E-Sports is about to commence!
Phelios announced the release of their Shoot 'em Up ("Shmup") game, Kaijin, another addition to their growing list of games made with their own game engine, PTK.
Dragon Claw Studio announced today that their massive multiplayer game, FaitH starts a new Era this week on the Battle Server. The new Battle Server Edition of FaitH, unveiled last Era, allows players to compete in a faster environment with hourly Tax Seasons and without having to read the Quests or read massive amounts of texts while still retaining what people love about FaitH. As usual, FREE trials are still unlimited in length and allow you to play one of the nine church options and one of the five class options.
Novalogic has released the first update for their recently released online multiplayer shooter Joint Operations. This update brings your retail game to v18.104.22.168 and addresses several known issues, including Co-Op mode and some connectivity problems experienced by a few people. This update also includes the Stand Alone Server option, and Remote Access Tools (RAT) for managing servers remotely. Read more for a detailed fix list or download links ...
Spyro: A Hero's Tail, developed Eurocom and scripted by Emmy Award-winning writer J. Stewart Burns, is a new 3D action platformer and will feature five fully-playable characters, brand-new Spyro breath attacks, power-ups and moves. Spyro: A Hero's Tail will be available on Gamecube, PS2, Xbox and is expected to hit retail shelves Q4 2004. Read more for new screens...
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