We asked Erik Johansson, responsible for the controversial rock'n'roll sim management ROCK MANAGER) a few questions about the making of the Rock Manager game ... Rock'N Roll Baby! Yeah! Read and Enjoy!
Games of 2014
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A few days ago we presented you a ton of screens taken from the first few levels of Starfighter, today we bring you the rest of the levels, bonus levels and to add extra game value you can replay all missions with any of the 3 different spaceships (and Darth Maul's Infiltrator as extra bonus). This game is truely fun to play...
Kemco's Egomania (developed by UK's Hotgen Studios) for the Gameboy Advance is scheduled to be released end of March. A Playstation2 versio is also expected by no specific date is set/known as of yet.
Manic Miner for the Gameboy Advance is to be published by Jester Interactive. No specific release date is set yet and until they do, mine away on these 20-some screens.
Universal Studios Theme Park from Kemco (developed by Japanese NAI'A DIGITAL WORKS) for th GAMECUBE covers various game themes ranging from Jaws, Jurrasic Park to Backdraft and ET. Interested already? Check out these screens coz its looking good!
Rage, the UK-based computer games publisher and developer, is pleased to announce that its forthcoming driving game 'Crash' for the Xbox video game system from Microsoft is scheduled for release shortly after the launch of the console in Europe. Lets just hope the game doesn't crash ;)
Rage, the UK-based computer games publisher and developer, is pleased to announce that its forthcoming Aggressive Inline skating title 'Rolling' for the Sony PlayStation2 computer entertainment system and Xbox video game system from Microsoft is scheduled for release in time for Christmas 2002.
Strategy First and Auran announced today that their new model railroad simulation, Trainz has gone gold. Previously released in other parts of the world Trainz is now ready to roll into North American stations. Next Stop, Your Local Game Store!
Crystal Interactive, Inc., a publisher of independent and commercial software announced today the release of two Gameboy Color compatible titles: Final Robot and Journey to the West.
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