Archive for August, 2006
You can find a whole batch of new Eye of Judgment images here along with some screens of Warhawk & Genji 2.
Below is a video of the E3 presentation of Eye of Judgement:
That’s one powerful duck.
I’m very intrigued by this game. It looks like it could offer something vastly different from the usual mix of FPS, racers & beat em ups on offer at launch.
When the game was previewed at E3 there was no lag present between you placing the card, doing the actions & what occurred on screen as a result, which is going to be vital when you place more cards on the grid.
I just hope there are enough variations between the cards & what they contain both offensively & defensively.
More info should be revealed at TGS when Eye of Judgement is playable. I’m keeping my fingers crossed they pull this off & it actually is fun to play.
I just wish it actually was Yu Gi Oh though! Now that would be awsome!
The Magic Box has a few images of forthcoming PS3 uber fun golf game, Everybody’s Golf 5. Well it’s called Everybody’s Golf 5 in Europe or Hotshot Golf 5 in North America or Minna no Golf 5 in Japan…
If you haven’t played any of the previous games in the series & you want a different type of golf game than what Tiger Woods offers, maybe a little more fun & wacky, then Everybody’s Golf could be the game for you.
Very little is known about the PS3 version but it will be playable at TGS ’06 and I’m sure it will be just as much fun as the previous games in the series.
When I saw that GameSpot got a chance to talk to Epic’s Jeff Geis about Unreal Tournament 2007, my ears perked up. Way up. But now after reading the article, they’re more or less normal now. Not much was said specifically about the PS3, except for a short paragraph:
We also asked Geis about the PlayStation 3 version, which is being developed alongside the PC game. The Dell XPS system that was used to demo the Unreal Engine 3-powered game was certainly no slouch, but we can hopefully expect even more graphical effects when UT2007 reaches the PS3. Geis commented on how the two versions differ in control. Controlled with the mouse on the PC, fast movements with sudden stops are possible, but vehicle control on the keyboard isn’t all that smooth. On the PS3, the opposite is true–vehicle combat is much more refined with two analog sticks, while the shooting control is not quite as quick or precise as a mouse. He was bullish about the PlayStation 3 game’s quality, though, and although we didn’t see it on show at Leipzig, he said that played against other PlayStation 3 users, he feels right at home.
Ah well, better than nothing, I guess. But the article does talk about some vehicles that’ll be used in the game, and a new Survival mode. It’s a one-on-one deathmatch between players online, but the winner stays on to take on the next challenger. Sounds like it could be a lot of fun, or very very humiliating. Either way.
The other day I was mentioning that I was worried that Sonic wouldn’t feel fast enough. I remember Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on the Genesis, and how wonderfully fast it was. Sonic is coming to the PS3, so I was hoping it would be fast.
Well, take a look at new new trailers over at IGN right now. (Link at the bottom.) Go ahead, before you read any more of this.
Are you back? Are you worried about Sonic being fast? I’m not. Those videos look pretty cool!