Disney is enjoying huge success with their original television series Hannah Montana with over 23 million homes in Europe tuning in. They've decided to bring the young pop star to three platforms; each innovative music-inspired title will let fans interactive with their favourite characters.
Hannah Montana: Music Jam for Nintendo DS and Hannah Montana: Spotlight World Tour will be arriving this spring in April on the 25th. The PS2 version of Spotlight World Tour will arrive much later during autumn this year.
Now having been officially announced by Activision, Call of Duty 5 will be hitting the PC and the next-gen consoles, Xbox360 & PS3, but there are also plans for PS2, DS and Wii versions.
In development by Treyarch studios, this latest title in the series will not be seeing any more gritty modern warfare but revisiting the franchises roots back in World War II. Activision plan a release sometime before the end of March 31st, 2009.
A look back at the week's reviews, previews and interviews with Mike Bowden as your guide.
Our weekly look at what you can expect find in your local games shop tomorrow morning that wasn't there last week.
Lighthouse Interactive announced this morning that it has acquired full publishing rights for the PlayStation 2 and PSP platforms in North American through a signed agreement with Sony Computer Entertainment America.
Before the "Guns of the Patriots" is released worldwide, fans of this incredible series can now get their hands on three great Metal Gear titles in one commemorative box.
This tactical espionage package includes the original Metal Gear Solid released on Playstation in 1999, and both the director's cut for Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 3. As an added treat there'll be artwork included from the renowned Metal Gear Solid artist Yoji Shinkawa.
THQ recently revealed that the planned PlayStation 3 release of Frontlines: Fuel of War was canceled, but more details have now been released based on this during a recent conference call for investors following the companies third quarter fiscal results.
CEO Brian Farrell revealed that the cause for the PlayStation 3 cancellation of Frontlines was Epic's Unreal Engine 3, saying that it “just didn't perform as well in the open world as we would have expected".
Cid The Dummy will bring us into the crazy world of crash impact dummies where CID must save the daughter of his creator, M.I.A., which happens to be a state-of-the-art impact dummy imbued with his daughters essence - how cliché.
This adventurous dummy will be smashing his way through to the PC, PS2, PSP, DS and the Wii sometime this summer.
Burnout: Paradise and Wii Play still battle it out for top spot in the UK's top 40 gaming charts.
The long-awaited Max Payne moving based on the third-person shooter from RockStar games will start filming very soon. Mark Wahlberg will star as Max who wages a war against crime when his wife and child are killed by thugs and then becomes a troubled DEA cop who finds himself being haunted by the police, mob and a ruthless corporation after being framed.
Filming is set to start on March 2nd in Toronto and is scheduled to finish on May 9th. The film is currently planned to be released in 2010.
Come inside our cosy little news article, grab yourself a chair, warm your feet by the fire and we'll tell you what delicacies you can pick and choose from that box of chocolates we call games.
We've published 6 new screenshots for game name, which is in development by company name and is currently set for release on the PS2, PSP and Wii.
We've published 10 new screenshots for Just Cause 2, which is in development by Eidos and is currently set for release on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Koei announced today that Persona 3 on PlayStation 2 will be released in February. Widely renowned as one of the freshest and most captivating RPGs of recent years, European gamers will finally get the chance to experience life in a Japanese high school plagued by creatures of the night.
What happened, when and how? All the answers inside.
Have you ever played darts? I bet most of you have at least tried it...Let's see if the virtual game is as good as the real thing. Mike's review
will help us find out.
System 3 announced this morning that its upcoming racing simulation, Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli, will also be released for the PlayStation 2 this spring.
Ferrari Challenge is a re-creation of Ferrari's own racing series, which sees both both professional and amateur drivers taking to the world’s most famous race tracks in 430 Challenge race cars Developed by racing game specialists Eutechnyx, Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli draws upon the developer’s years of experience with racing titles and includes a uniquely magical touch from GP2 driver Bruno Senna, nephew of F1 legend Ayrton and technical consultant on the game’s handling.
So it's Friday and we all know that means: new games! Yes, my internet friends, today is the day that publishers and developers are on the edge of their seats waiting to hear if you, the reason for their existence, have gone out and bought the game that they have have used countless hours crafting and promoting.
Capcom is looking for gamers around the San Francisco Bay area next Friday. If you're selected then you'll get to see and play an announced project currently in development by Capcom. The fun doesn't end there either, gamers will also be showered with prizes and other goodies.
We've got more news from Financial documents today, but this one bring some sour news to the gaming industry. THQ has decided to scrap a few of its titles, and two franchises will also be wiped out of the development line.
Stuntman Ignition was released towards the end of last year and received average reviews from the media, for this reason THQ has scraped the series.