Resident Evil 5 Highlights Video

March 5, 2009

Yesterday we brought you the first footage of the game’s Mercenaries mode. Today we’re pleased to bring you another exclusive Rezzie 5 video. We’ve selected some great moments from the game showcasing the variety of action but hopefully not giving too much away. If you don’t like heads exploding, it’s probably not for you.


Resident Evil 5 “Mercenaries” Mode Revealed

March 4, 2009

[Spoilers] As with Rezzie 3 & 4, completing the game unlocks Mercenaries Mode – where you get to replay sections of the game shooting enemies against the clock. And here it is…

EXCLUSIVE! Resident Evil 5 Mine Level Walkthrough

March 3, 2009

EXCLUSIVE! Capcom’s Leo Tan takes us through a never before seen level, the “Mines”. If you want to know how co-op really work in Rezzie 5 then watch this.
This walkthrough did not appear in the recent Playr Resident Evil 5 Special.

Watchmen: The End Is Nigh – Nightclub Cinematic

March 2, 2009

As Watchmen fever sweeps the globe we continue our countdown to this week’s launch of the download-only game with some more action from episode 1. Rorschach and Nite Owl are doing a little snooping in a seedy, downtown nightclub. This is clubbing the Watchmen way!

Resident Evil 5’s Mine Level Revealed

February 27, 2009

If you didn’t know, our Resident Evil 5 documentary airs this weekend in the UK.

It contains new interviews with the Rezzie 5 development team, gameplay from new levels and new game features, which, I think you’ll agree, is quite a lot of new!

UK viewers can catch it at 11.00am Sunday 1st March on Bravo.

For impatient types, here’s a taster.

Battlestations: Pacific – Preview

February 27, 2009

The strategy genre is going through a purple patch! First Halo Wars sucked us in, then along comes this sequel.

See why Battlestations: Pacific deserves to be played by more than just RTS-heads in our full video preview.

Matt Groening Will Find Matt Hazard Funny

February 26, 2009

There aren’t many games that make a big play for humour and succeed. Last year’s The Simpsons Game did it by making video games the target for the jokes. Eat Lead tries a similar trick, but without Matt Groening and his team to do the writing stuff, can it pull it off? Maybe, just maybe!

The star of the game is Matt Hazard a washed up video game hero attempting to do a Mickey Rourke and hit the big time once more. It helps that he has a very neat line in sarcasm.