EA Sports has released a new video showing off the newest feature to the Madden series: co-op play! Due out August 14th in North America, Madden NFL 10’s co-op mode is not the only new thing to the series as EA teases us an even BIGGER one will be announced during the Microsoft press conference on June 1st.
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High Voltage Software has released a new trailer for their upcoming shooter, The Conduit. A Nintendo Wii exclusive, The Conduit features a proprietary game engine designed with the soul purpose of giving the game visuals comparable to those seen on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 consoles. The Conduit is due out June 23rd in North America.
Some new screenshots have been released for Phantom EFX’s upcoming time-travel shooter, Darkest of Days. In the game, the player will travel to various battles throughout the course of history and change the outcomes or save an individual who had died in the hopes of making a better world for the present. Is time travel safe? Should you mess with the timeline? Probably not on both counts, but this would make for a much less exciting experience. Darkest of Days is scheduled to release this fall on Windows PCs.
Check out the new screenshots After the Break!
The above image was pulled from Kombo and is apparently hinting at the June 18th issue of PSW magazine. The image displays the silhouette of what we are assuming to be the protagonist of Hideo Kojima’s upcoming mystery title.
We have been assuming his mystery title to be the next Metal Gear Solid game, but the figure above does not resemble anything based in our current reality. The character has a knife of some kind attached to his/her waist as well as what appear to be medieval-style spaulders.
NovaLogic has announced it will be releasing its Delta Force: Xtreme 2 on May 26th for Windows PCs. The game will feature up to 150-player multiplayer gameplay. It also features 40 multiplayer maps as well as 10 single-player missions for you to chew on.
You can check out some screenshots of the game After the Break!
After being announced yesterday, Activision has released new screenshots for its upcoming action-racer: Blur. Blur is due out this fall on Windows PCs, Playstation 3, and the Xbox 360 gaming platforms.
Check out the not-so-blurry (okay, well maybe a little) screenshots After the Break!
Legendary Pictures has produces a ton of big Hollywood flicks such as Superman Returns, 300, and more. Now, they are announcing that they have created Venture, an in-house game developer to create games for multiple platforms (including mobile and the Internet) based on their films. Kathy Vrabeck, a former EA executive, has been charged with running the new division.
From the Article:
‘Venture, to be based at Legendary’s offices on the Warner Bros. lot, will develop content based on its pics, as well as original programming that will be distribbed across multiple platforms, including the Internet, mobile phones and videogames.’
The teaser for Kojima’s next project has been updated with a countdown timer. In addition to the 80 hours left on the clock, a ‘5’ (or perhaps ‘S’) appears briefly after each lightning flash. What does this mean? Metal Gear Solid 5? Maybe?
Time will tell, so stay-tuned.
SouthPeak has released a new trailer for their Nintendo DS Roogoo title, ‘Roogoo Attack!‘. Roogoo Attack! features 100 levels of play with both single and multiplayer capabilities.
Aspyr Media and 1C’s Cryostasis has been officially released across North America today. In the game, which has been generally well received (look for our review soon), you play as a man who awakens from a fall to find that the atomic ice breaker he was stationed on has been massacred and its crew transformed into strange and horrific creatures.
Aspyr Media, under license from leading Eastern and Central European publisher 1C Company, announced today that Cryostasisfor PC is now available at North American retail outlets and via digital download at www.gameagent.com. Cryostasis brings its unique brand of icy terror to North American gamers without the use of DRM software. The first five titles published by Aspyr under license from 1C in North America – Men of War, Death Track: Resurrection, Cryostasis, Necrovision, and 4X4 Hummer – will all be DRM-free.