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Videogame co-publisher Tri Synergy has shipped the post-apocalyptic, Mad Max-like title Bandits: Phoenix Rising. is rated T (Teen) and will be available at retail outlets nationwide for the suggested price of $29.99. In the game, players fight for their clans in a vast desert wasteland where a diabolical weapon known [...]
This summer, video game publisher Ubi Soft Ent. will release a game based on director Ang Lee’s Academy Award-winning martial arts epic Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The action/adventure title was developed by Genki Co., Ltd. under license from Sony Pictures Consumer Products. It will ship for PlayStation2 in August. Crouching [...]
Lucas Arts’ latest installment in the Indiana Jones interactive saga is now available for Xbox. Developed in collaboration with The Collective Inc., Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb adds “brawling combat” to the action and features the scanned likeness of Harrison Ford for the first time. Rumored to be buried [...]
Empire Interactive has licensed interactive videogame rights to the upcoming martial arts flick Bulletproof Monk. The game, which is being developed by U.K.-based Mucky Foot Prods, is scheduled to be available nationwide on all major console and PC platforms this holiday season. Licensed from MGM Interactive, the game will follow [...]
Retro Studios’ Metroid Prime nabbed Game of the Year as the international community of game developers honored their own last night in San Jose, Calif. Part of the Game Developers Conference, The Game Developers Choice Awards recognizes teams and individuals for achievements as voted by their peers. The evening kicked [...]
Anyone who has seen Star Trek: Next Generation has fantasized about stepping into the virtual reality structure known as the “holodeck” and taking a vacation from the real world. And while the visual component has a long way to go, the AI that would control the characters you interact with [...]
Nokia announced at the Game Developers Conference the launch of its first dedicated games platform. The Nokia N-Gage game deck is a color enabled handheld device that combines personal gaming and wireless communications capabilities. The system, based on Nokia’s Series 60 mobile terminal software platform, will allow multiplayer gameplay both [...]
Day two of the Game Developers Conference in San Jose, Calif. was devoted to day-long tutorial workshops such as Leslie Bishko’s and Jana Wilcoxen’s seminar, “Making Characters Move: Expressive Character Acting Through Laban Movement Analysis.” By screening clips from the Disney/Pixar CG blockbuster Monsters, Inc. and video games like The [...]
Ubi Soft Ent. has shipped Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc for Nintendo GameCube and Rayman 3 for Game Boy Advance to retail outlets. The latest installment features enhanced graphics, celebrity voices and music by Groove Armada. The title also allows for cable connectivity between the GameCube and Game Boy Advance systems [...]
Dante, the half-human, half-demon devil hunter is back and this time he’s brought a friend. Capcom’s highly anticipated sequel, Devil May Cry 2, continues the gothic thriller action with renewed character design and two playable characters. The game introduces Lucia, a female heroine who destroys evil with razor precision. Devil [...]