Shogo Play on MSN
Microsoft has opened its doors to support multiplayer matchmaking of Monolith's anime-inspired first-person shooter Shogo: Mobile Armor Division on the MSN Gaming Zone.
New for December 16 is Sierra's entry into the deer hunting genre with Field & Stream Trophy Buck, now hitting stores.
Final Fantasy VI Coming to PS
TOKYO - The game originally released in April ‘94 for the Super Famicon is due for the PlayStation.
The Line on Sonic Adventure
TOKYO - Details emerge on how Sonic will get a boost from the Web.
Mario Golf 64 Details
TOKYO - Camelot, the company behind Hot Shot Golf for the PlayStation, gives golf a go on the N64.
Sports Titles Tumble
Lara Croft and Zelda double team sports titles in chart of top-renting titles.
Re-Volt Coming From Acclaim
Acclaim will be releasing remote-controlled car-racing sim Re-Volt, featuring 28 vehicles, 14 single-player tracks, and four multiplayer arenas for the PC during summer '99. Racing environments will include a supermarket, ...
Re-Volt Coming From Acclaim
Acclaim will be releasing remote-controlled car-racing sim Re-Volt, featuring 28 vehicles, 14 single-player tracks, and four multiplayer arenas, for the PlayStation, and Nintendo 64 formats, in summer '99. Racing environments ...
KKND2 Design Winners
Melbourne House has begun to release the winning entries in its design a KKND2 mission contest.
Brood War Due
Starcraft add-on off the presses, due at retailers within days.
Tribes Servers Sought
Dynamix's first-person shooter moves closer to gold as the team seeks gaming servers.
Doc's Shakin' the PlayStation
There's a new PlayStation dual 3D analog controller in town.
Tiny Plastic Woman Beats on Half-Life
Barbie games rules charts of top-selling games; hard core gamers left in the dust.
UO's Million Dollar Milestone
Ultima Online says that over 100,000 players are in the vast lands of Britannia.
NUON Gets Vote of Confidence
Adrenalin Interactive says it will design games for VM Labs' NUON Technology.
Fatal Fury on DVD
Looking for the best looking Fatal Fury video? Here comes the DVD version
ION Drops Another
Another ION staffer has taken that last elevator ride down from the company's top-floor perch. Ion Storm artist Ken Scott has left ION and joined id Software. While there has ...
Burned by 3Dfx?
Diamond and Creative Labs speak out on Voodoo3, 3Dfx's big buy of STB, and who will replace 3Dfx in their graphic lineups.
Cal Speed for N64 Coming
Midway's California Speed for the N64 is on the way for a March '99 release.
The Fallout Over 3Dfx
The deal to buy STB has its finer points. Here's what's behind the big deal.
More Details on Rainbow Six Add-On
Red Storm Entertainment has revealed details on the planned expansion - and unveiled a new web site.