j11 0 Опубликовано: 19 декабря 2005 Поделиться Опубликовано: 19 декабря 2005 BLACKDeveloped by: Criterion GamesPublished by: Electronic ArtsRelease Date: February 28, 2006First-Person Shooter | Add to Wishlist We've all seen the screens and movies of this game. They look awesome. Aside from looking pretty, what's the game like? Basically, BLACK is all about blowing the crap out of everything onscreen. If you see an enemy, just hit the trigger and don't let go. If you don't see an enemy, well, do the same thing since the environmental damage in BLACK is a sight to behold. It really doesn't matter since developer Criterion specifically designed the game to be one gigantic, raucous firefight. The weapons are huge and do tons of damage, the sound might give you a concussion and, best of all, you get to kill tons of stuff. Since when do people dislike killing tons of stuff? Exactly, never. This title is the savior for any gamers sick of having to conserve ammo, peek around corners and fret over squad positions. Think of it as Serious Sam in a much more realistic setting and with way better particle effects and ear crushing audio. Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWIIDeveloped by: Ubisoft RomaniaPublished by: UbisoftRelease Date: March 1, 2006Flight Action | Add to Wishlist From what we've seen so far, Blazing Angels is one fine looking flight action game. According to the details that have been released, it will have some interesting gameplay to match. This isn't as much a flight simulator as it is a flight combat game. The controls are arcade-like and your focus will be more on blowing up your opposition during famous WWII battles than pulling off precision aerial maneuvers. In addition to your own craft you'll be able to issue commands to squadmates through an interface that resembles the Rogue Leader command system. You'll fly through a single player campaign and be able to engage in combat over Xbox Live, including team-based challenges, convoy protection missions and standard deathmatch dogfighting. Whether or not the squad command aspects will make it into the multiplayer is yet unclear, but we're hoping some element might make into the final version of this promising title. BullyDeveloped by: Rockstar GamesPublished by: Rockstar VancouverRelease Date: April 1, 2006Action | Add to Wishlist Honestly, nobody really knows much about this game. It's getting some attention due to the fact that it's being developed and published by Rockstar who, you may remember, have had quite a few memorable titles over the course of this console generation. The basic premise is that you're a student and you hate your school. Because of these circumstances, you'll need to take some sort of revenge. How exactly this will play out is unknown, but the speculation is that violence will somehow be involved. For instance, could it possibly be that you're free to run through hallways smashing lockers, kicking classmates and setting off cherry bombs in toilet bowls? We don't know, and we'll all have to wait and see. Dreamfall: The Longest JourneyDeveloped by: FuncomPublished by: FuncomRelease Date: May 1, 2006Third-Person Adventure | Add to Wishlist Though the original The Longest Journey was released way back in 2000 only for the PC, many gamers still vividly remember the experience. The original featured some of the most strikingly realistic dialogue and character interaction seen up to that point, which was essential to pulling gamers into lead character April Ryan's dichotomous adventure between the worlds of magic and technology. The sequel has been a long time coming, but next Spring it should finally make an appearance on store shelves. Dreamfall's action takes place ten years later. April is still around, but the story focuses more on Zeo Castillo as she tries to find her boyfriend who mysteriously disappeared. The game features a refined item location system, all the mature conversational content you can handle as well as a combat system. Wait, what? Yes, Dreamfall will have a fighting system, though the exact specifics have yet to be worked out. Honestly though, with the painful absence of adventure games on the Xbox, who really cares? Xbox gamers craving an epic story absolutely keep their eyes on this one. Fight Night Round 3Developed by: Electronic ArtsPublished by: EA ChicagoRelease Date: February 14, 2006Sports | Add to Wishlist EA's badass boxing blockbuster will be back in 2006 with the visually stunning Round 3 of its Fight Night series. The series will move away from the unrelenting haymaker barrages of Round 2 and focus more on the more standard jabs and hooks. That's not to say haymakers will be totally absent. They still play a part, as do the new punches given the self-aggrandizing title of EA Super Punch. Landing and missing Super Punches will bring up a mini game called "I just got rocked" where you switch to a first person view after taking a big hit and try to block oncoming attacks with your gloves. In addition to the more technical focus of the punching elements, Round 3 also features an expanded career mode with special rivalry matches that allow for trash talking. Though it affects the gameplay little, players can expect an increased amount of blood to be included, making your big punches feel even more powerful. Ссылка на комментарий Поделиться на других сайтах Больше способов поделиться...
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