Eidos today announced its return to the world of extreme wrestling with Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes The Neighborhood. The sequel to the genre-bending phenomenon Backyard Wrestling: Don’t Try This At Home, Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes The Neighborhood is currently in development by Paradox and will be available for videogame consoles including the Xbox in the Fall of 2004 in North America.
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Buka has released a new patch for G5 Software's action/helicopter sim, Fair Strike. This update brings your retail game to v1.04 (only for Euro versions) and adresses some multiplayer issues, the usual fixes & tweaks but also adds camera options, better joystick control, logging, etc. Read more for details & download links ..
For the first time, Sims are living in the city where reputation (rep) is everything. Players will custom-create these new Sims, called Urbz, by customizing their unique style and building their status to become the biggest "player" in the city. Read more to check out the first screens ...
THQ Inc. today announced Tak 2: The Staff of Dreams, the sequel to Tak and the Power of Juju. Tak is the first property released under THQ and Nickelodeon's ground-breaking agreement to create new cross-media intellectual properties for initial release in the videogame space with the express intent of migrating the properties to other entertainment media. Developed by Avalanche Software, Tak 2: The Staff of Dreams is scheduled to release in October 2004 and will be available on the PlayStation2, GameCube, Xbox, and Game Boy Advance.
Jolt has ventured forth into the realms of role-playing and found a likely adventuring companion in the form of the RPGDot network. After two months of ale-swilling, orc-slaying, more ale-swilling and possibly some serious discussions, it was agreed that Jolt would provide valuable new equipment in return for RPGDot's keen eye and steady hand when it comes to tracking down and reporting the latest news and developments in the unpredictable world of video game RPGs.
German middleware developer Trinigy GmbH just announced the licensing of its Vision Game Engine (formerly known as “Vulpine Vision”) by another game development company. Sixteen Tons Entertainment opted to use the Vision technology in its PC game title “Emergency 3”, published by Take 2.
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 ...
The struggle between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance extends into space with Star Wars Galaxies: Jump to Lightspeed, the first expansion for the award-winning Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing game set in the Star Wars universe. Yesterday we had a few screens & trailer, today we have some more new screens...
The latest Settlers game takes the franchise and pushes it to the next level. Fans will enjoy fully animated 3D technology and enhanced gameplay features, but still be able to relive the experience that makes the Settlers series such a big hit. The game will take the player to a medieval setting, to re-conquer the kingdom currently under the domination of an evil tyrant. Read more for details & screens ...
- Battlefield 2 Q&A with EA's Scott Evans on PC.IGN
- Fight Club Q&A with Vivendi's Fight Club on Gamehelper
- Red Dead Revolver Q&A with Rockstar's Michael Kelley on Boomtown
- City of Heroes Q&A with Cryptic Studios' Michael Lewis on FileFront
- Chaos League Q&A with Cyanide Studios' Patrick Pligersdorfferz on Gamers Europe
- SW Galaxies: Jump to Lightspeed Q&A with LucasArts on GameSpot
- Unreal Championship 2 Q&A with Epic's Michael Capp on C&VG
- Heroes Of The Pacific Q&A with IR Gurus' Ben Palmer on HomeLAN
- Sherlock Holmes The Silver Earring Q&A with Frogwares on Sector.sk
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