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Twisted Metal – New Trailer

25 April, 2011 by

Twisted Metal, the longest running game series since PlayStation was released. Now the multi-million selling game is now back, exclusively for the PS3. The dark humor, fast-action gameplay and a world of cars, guns and destruction is back in sytle.

Calypso sits in his high rise watching over his contest of vehicle combat known as Twisted Metal. He returns to host the ultimate contest of skill and destruction. Contestants have been chosen to compete and, should they emerge victorious, win whatever prize their heart desires.  Read On

Fireburst Information and Trailer

21 April, 2011 by

Fireburst lets players get behind the wheels of Buggies, Muscle Cars, Trucks & 4x4s and race on paved racecourses and insane off-road tracks. Using the Unreal Engine 3, racers keep opponents at bay in blazing fashion by blasting them senseless.

Features included are more than 15 different racing and destruction maps, consisting of airfields, docks, oilrigs, sewers, refineries, warehouses and waterfalls. 16 cars are available in the four different categories each boasts a different “Fireboost” ability: Fireball, Firewheels, Firewall and Fireblast. Read On

Under Siege Dated

19 April, 2011 by

It has today been announced that the title developed exclusively for the PlayStation Network, Under Siege, will be released in the UK on the 27th April 2011 for just £11.99. This real time strategy game is set in a fantasy world where a group of heroes have to fight against a huge invading army.

With a built in editor mode, which allows players to build their own levels and has full support for the DualShock3 controller and the PlayStation Move controller. Read On

Pacman & Galaga Dimensions New Screenshots

14 April, 2011 by

Namco Bandai today revealed a number of new screenshots for Pacman & Galaga Dimensions, the new up and coming title for the Nintendo 3DS.

PAC-MAN tilt is a brand new PAC-MAN action game making full use of the tilt function on the Nintendo 3DS, and will have a split screen and utilise both the upper and the lower screen. With online functionality due, but yet to be announced.

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