Is This Definitive Proof of Star Wars: Battlefront 3?


Star Wars: Battlefront 3

Is This Definitive Proof?

by exterminat

©2012 Nicholas Laborde

It’s been six and a half long years since the release of Star Wars: Battlefront II.

I vividly recall how the box easily boasted that it was “the sequel to the best-selling Star Wars game of all time!”

Anyone and everyone who played it easily expected a third installment, inevitably a year later as II showed.

Nearly seven years later we know just about as much now as we did then. Through a long and troubled development, much of which is not common knowledge, Battlefront III has been in peril more than a few times.

Today, though, we have as close to definitive proof of the game as it’s going to get. Continue reading Is This Definitive Proof of Star Wars: Battlefront 3?

GDC COD: Modern Warfare 2 Finally Concrete


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GDC COD: Modern Warfare 2 Finally Concrete

OXCGN dissects the teaser and looks at what’s happening.

Yet another great game on its way for 2009

We finally have some concrete details about the next iteration of the Call Of Duty Franchise under the guiding arm of Infinity Ward.  A follow-on from their previous outing, COD: Modern Warfare, COD6 (check out COD6.org for great details on all the COD games) shows us some tasty speculative ideas as to what to expect come 1oth November 09 when the game hits the shelves worldwide. (US 11-10-09) (Aus 10-11-09)

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For now, until more details come to hand, enjoy a few screens snapped from the teaser.

Video and 20 plus screens to check out . . .

CryEngine 3 – What Does It Mean For Console Games?


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CryEngine 3 – What Does It Mean For Console Games?

axis-of-reality-torso1by AXIS of Reality

©2009 Alex Baldwin

crytech-engine-3-iconFor years Crytek was wowing PC owners with incredible videos of tropical environments revealed to be Crysis running on the CryEngine 2. Despite mixed reviews when it was finally released, one thing was clear: Crysis was the most visually arresting game ever created. PC owners flocked to upgrade their graphics cards and processors to run the technical showpiece, but little word was heard of the possibility of running the engine on a console. (Except for the fact OXCGN had spotted it running on 360’s some time ago in an earlier form)

Finally just as OXCGN predicted – Cryteck on consoles . . .