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game: LA Rush
news | 09/03/05 | Shawn Rider
Midway has sent us some screens from LA Rush, an arcade racer featuring loads of real-world vehicles and licenses from MTV's Pimp My Ride. This looks like a high-flying crash-em-up, but dare we hope for the pure adrenaline bliss of Burnout 2? We'll find out with the rest of you in October, when LA Rush hits store shelves.
podcast | 09/02/05 | Val Townsend
This week in the podcast, Val delivers the rundown on some key news stories, as well as reviews of T-72: Balkans on Fire (PC), King of Fighters: Maximum Impact - Maniax (PS2), and Nintendogs (NDS). We finish out with a hands-on preview of Fable: The Lost Chapters, due in September for PC and later this Fall for Xbox.
news | 09/01/05 | Aaron Stanton
Maybe it's because we're so universally tied to various Universities around the world, but the idea that video games are a form of art makes us here at GamesFirst very happy. Games should be taken more seriously as an expression of emotion, a source of social interaction, and a medium as capable of expressing ideas as TV and print. But it's not. Authors Tracy Spaight and Robbie Cooper are looking for MMO gamers willing to tell their tale for an upcoming book and art project, Alter Ego. Alter Ego will try to contrast real players with their online counterparts, documenting player profiles to see how they compare in both appearance and personality. In other words, they want you... assuming you play online. If you're interested in being a part of an interesting International project, make sure you read more to find out how.
game: The Movies
news | 09/01/05 | Shawn Rider
Lionhead Studios has announced The Movies Online, the online movie-sharing component of their upcoming PC title, The Movies. The Movies lets you be a movie mogul and key figure in the formation of your own private Hollywood. Wow, that would make a twisted Keanau Reeves movie. But we digress... Get the skinny on The Movies' machinima filesharing service right here.
game: Savage 2: A Tortured Soul
news | 09/01/05 | Chris Martin
S2 Games is probably beaming with pride, because their new game Savage 2: A Tortured Soul is looking absolutely fantastic. It's only just announced, but the screenshots make it hard to believe it's in the same series as the original. For everything Savage, you can't miss this article.
game: Bet On Soldier: Blood Sport
news | 08/31/05 | Shawn Rider
Bet On Soldier: Blood Sport takes a high energy FPS starting point and amps it up with some novel approaches to multiplayer gameplay. In BOS, you live and die by your victories, and this war isn't waged for peace or freedom; this war is waged for ratings and money. UK gamers will be enjoying Bet On Soldier for PC in a few short weeks, and hopefully we'll get to check it out so we can know whether or not to riot in the streets until it comes to the US.
game: The Suffering:Ties That Bind
news | 08/30/05 | Shawn Rider
Midway is gracious today, and in advance of the September 16 release of The Suffering: Ties That Bind, they have dropped a half-dozen new screens. It's a frighteningly, er, terrifyingly, er, really good-looking game, if you're into the ultraviolent videogame horror stuff. And who isn't?
game: T-72: Balkans on Fire
review | 08/26/05 | Tristan Mayshark
In a world mostly devoid of decent tank sims, T-72: Balkans Under Fire delivers a graphically stimulating tank simulation to PC gamers. It's a good thing this is a decent game, because there's not much else for tank fans to get into.
podcast | 08/26/05 | Val Townsend
The Atomic Goddess, Val Townsend, is back with more of what you love from the good old (as in two weeks running) GF! Podcast. This week we rundown the latest in Xbox 360 news, check out reviews of Samurai Western, Fantastic Four, and WWE: Wrestlemania 21, plus we finish things out with a preview of Trauma Center: Under the Knife. Join us for some sonic gaming goodness.Don't forget to add the GF! Weekly Podcast to your Odeo Channel
game: Fable: The Lost Chapters
preview | 08/25/05 | Tristan Mayshark
When Fable was originally announced on the PC, it was going to be one of the greatest, most complicated RPGs ever created. That was the theory, at least. When the final product finally appeared on the Xbox, it had changed systems, lost features, and been forced to admit that it was not as sophisticated or as massive as had originally been planned. Still, the title found success where it counted: it was fun. Now, Fable is returning to the system on which it started, showing up on the PC as Fable: The Lost Chapters. We're here to help keep you briefed on what to expect from this wayward child.
news | 08/23/05 | Shawn Rider
Turner Broadcasting is launching a new broadband entertainment network called GameTap this Fall. GameTap will offer gamers broadband access to a large catalog of PC games, ranging from current hits to classic titles. Today, Turner has announced that its service will be available at a subscription rate of $14.95/month as well as a free two-week trial subscription for anyone interested in the service.
game: Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood
news | 08/21/05 | Shawn Rider
Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 is a World War II-based tactical military shooter, and is known for its realism and attention to strategic detail. Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood is the sequel to Road to Hill 30, following closely on the heels of its predecessor. Get the latest screenshots here.
podcast | 08/19/05 | Shawn Rider
We're happy to release the first of our weekly podcasts from the world of GamesFirst! featuring Val Townsend, the Atomic Goddess. This week we cover recent hardware news from Microsoft and Nintendo, review Dungeon Siege II, Conker Live & Reloaded, and Dragonball Z Sagas, and finish up with a look at The Battle for Orion's Belt, a mobile phone-based strategy shooter featuring team battles via your cellular handset.
news | 08/18/05 | Aaron Stanton
Bethesda, maker of Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, has confirmed that their upcoming 360 title will utilize the Xbox 360 hard drive. They also confirm, however, that the game will function on the $300 version of the system, as well, merely pointing out that it would be better to own the system with a hard drive. This begs the question: What's going to be the difference?
game: Dungeon Siege II
review | 08/16/05 | Blaine Krumpe
Microsoft is back with the sequel to the old hotness, Dungeon Siege II. Is it all that Diablo and a bag of chips? Blaine seems to like it OK. We locked him in a room and didn't let him come out until he beat Elite mode. Read on for the results.
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