Archive for April, 2006
If you’ve been listening to the podcast at all you will know that I am a Nintendo fanboy. I’ve been closely following all the information on the Nintendo Revolution, but late last week Nintendo shocked the world when it revealed the final name of it’s next system… the Wii It’s in celebration of that name [...]
GameTrailers.com has posted an awesome new trailer of the much anticipated Killzone Liberation. There was much hype over Killzone when it was first announced for PS2. People touted it as the “Halo killer” and other similar terms. However, it received lukewarm reviews from most of the major gaming companies. Killzone will make its second appearance [...]
IGN has posted some information about 50 Cent: Bulletproof for the PSP which is NOT a port of the abysmal PS2 version of the game. Included are brand-new screenshots and an interview Aaron Blean, producer of the PSP version. Aaron mentions that there are 160+ music tracks and 15 music videos in this version as [...]
Gamespot has posted 28 new screenshots of the upcoming Gitaroo-Man Lives! Check the above link for all 28 screenshots. Gitaroo-Man Live! for the PlayStation Portable is the follow-up to Gitaroo-Man, which was released for the PlayStation 2 in 2002. It allows ad hoc network play (though, unfortunately, does not appear to be online compatible), [...]
IGN has posted a hands-on preview of Tomb Raider: Legend. When Tomb Raider first launched in 1996, the series took off. The series gained much popularity partly because of Lara herself but also because it was actually fun. The game offered large 3D environments for you to explore to your hearts content. However, as time [...]
In addition to their recently announced Snooker game, SEGA of America has also announced World Pool Challenge 2007 for the PSP. In addition to that, they will also be bringing World Pool Championship 2007 to the PS2. The full press release follows: SEGA Puts Gamers In Front Of The Eight-Ball In ‘World Pool Championship 2007′ [...]
SEGA Europe Ltd announced today that it would be bringing the next instalment in their snooker simulation series from Blade Interactive, World Snooker Championship 2007 to PS2, PS3, XBox 360 and PSP. The full press release follows: SEGA Announces World Snooker Championship 2007 Line up those balls for the perfect break with SEGA & Blade [...]
New screenshots of have been released for the sequel of Legend of Heroes. Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch will feature will feature a revamped enemy AI that lets it run away from stronger opponents. It also features pets that you can take care of.
IGN is reporting that three new puzzle games are on their way to the PSP. The first comes from Sonic Team and is called Jukugon. Jukugon is a falling blocks puzzle game with a linguistic twist. The falling pieces are imprinted with kanji characters. You have to line up two pieces together, either vertically or [...]
Feast your eyes on the latest screens of Killzone Liberation for the PSP from the E3 2006 Preshow.
If you are not a member of Cheap Ass Gamer I highly recommend joining (and checking out their podcast). They always have great deals on games posted assuming you are able to get to the location before the deal is gone (Damn you Toys R’ Us!). Well, someone posted yesterday about an awesome contest that [...]
1up has posted a preview of the upcoming Killzone: Liberation for the PSP. Liberation has made the controversial choice to go from a First-Person Shooter to overhead, semi-old school perspective. Many fans are understandably leery about this decision, and the previewer does mention that it takes some getting accustomed to. However, after around 30 minutes [...]