Strategy First has released the announced patch for Techland's sci-fi first person shooter Chrome. Thisd upgrade brings your retail game to v220.127.116.11 and includes faster game performance, new multiplayer maps (Autobahn, Deadlock, Chillout, TreasureIsland2, Carbius, Skirmish, Battledust2 and Soilent2) and vehicles (ArmoBeatle Mark 4 & Speeder), anti-cheating protections, and various other improvements and bug fixes. You will need this patch to play on the new official North American servers. Please note that previous single-player saved games will not be compatible with the new version. Read more for details and download links ...
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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 :
- Far Cry - Trailer
We will update this throughout the day when new trailers become available. Read more for download links ...
Lots of people have been waiting for these, and now here they are. Lionhead has finally released the BWDevNet Tools for Black&White. They are designed to work with the latest version of Creature Isle and won’t work if you don’t have Creature Isle installed. Apart from that you will also need the latest patch of B&W. Read more for download links ...
KOEI announced today its plans to release 'Romance Of The Three KingDoms IX' for the PS2. The ninth installment of the longest running simulation series in console history will ship to North American Retailers in February 2004. Read more for details and screens ...
NVIDIA Corporation and Activision, Inc. today announced that the top-selling, critically acclaimed PC game, Call of Duty, will be bundled with select GeForce FX graphics cards. Beginning today, participating add-in card vendors will offer a complete retail version of the intense, World War II-based, first person action title for free with select GeForce FX 5900 series graphics cards, delivering a stellar out-of-box gaming experience to consumers this holiday season.
Ubisoft today announced that CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Dark Motives will be available for the PC in March 2004. The game is based on the hit CBS television series with an exclusive license from CBS Consumer Products. CSI: Dark Motives gives players the opportunity to solve a series of crimes with members of the CSI team.
Noviy Disk company is happy to announce the publishing agreement with a Ukrainian developer Boolat LLC, under which Noviy Disk will be publishing Lagsters world-wide. The game is stated to release in Q1 2004. Read more for details & screens ...
Joan of Arc showcases a brand new state-of-the-art graphics engine. With rich, detailed terrain, the game allows real-time control and command of legions of military units, realistically depicting the mayhem and severity of medieval warfare. Joan of Arc will contain a series of individual battles as well as massive strategic campaigns between French and English troops. Read more for some new screens ...
Matrix Games has released an update for the demo version of Eric Young’s Squad Assault: West Front by DAS Entertainment and Freedon Games which was released last week. Some gamers were experiencing problems on Windows 98 and ME systems and this update addresses those issues. Read more for details and download links ...
- Crashday Q&A with Moon Byte Studios on Blackhole Motorsports
- Blitzkrieg II Q&A with Nival Interactive George Osipov on HomeLAN
- Kombat Q&A with Game Factory Interactive's Andrey Eskov on Game Chronicles
- Weird War Q&A with Mirage's Pawel Kalinowski on GGMania
- Sudeki Q&A with Jason Avent of Climax on GamePro
- Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth Q&A with Chris Gray on GameSpy
- Jagged Alliance 2: Wildfire Q&A with Strategy First's Jeff Giasson on GameSpot
- Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes Q&A with Silicon Knights' Denis Dyack on Cube.IGN
- EverQuest II Q&A with SOE's Steve "Moorgard" Danuser on on EverQuest II Stratics
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