Monday, May 22, 2006
|[Multi] 'Hitman: Blood Money' Demo Debuts - posted by Erich Becker at 9:32 am CDT|
The single player demo for Eidos and IO Interactive's upcoming sequel, Hitman: Blood Money, has it the web exclusively at GameSpot.
The demo includes the first level of the game and also provides a refresher course for Hitman veterans as well as series newbies to the art of piano wire and such.
Check out the full Hitman: Blood Money demo today.
In order Hitman news, the game has gone gold and will be on shelves shortly for your system of choice. No plays for an Xbox Live demo have been made available.
|[ESCMAG] Where the Hell Have We Been? - posted by Erich Becker at 9:27 am CDT|
There's no easy answer to this question so I'm just going to say 'vacation' and leave it at that. There were some issues keeping most of us away from the site as long as we've been gone but we're getting things back on track here at ESCMAG Tower and with our love of gaming still burning bright look for the same old ESCMAG quality reviews to begin popping up any day, even this week.
Monday, November 21, 2005
|[Xbox 360] Challenge J Allard on Xbox 360 Tomorrow - posted by Erich Becker at 7:55 am CDT|
Xbox Live invites gamers to take part in a once in a lifetime gameplay session with J Allard on Project Gotham Racing. 3 and Perfect Dark Zero. To celebrate the launch of Xbox 360 Xbox Vice President and Chief XNA Architect J Allard will take on Xbox Live. members on Tuesday, November 22.
Log on to Xbox Live using your Xbox Live Gold membership between 5pm - 7pm Eastern (2pm - 4pm Pacific) and you'll find J Allard playing Project Gotham Racing. 3 and Perfect Dark Zero in the Recreation Zone under his gamertag "HiroProtagonist". Gamers can challenge J on multiplayer racers or watch his performance using spectator mode in PGR3.
The gamers who beat J Allard will receive a set of exclusive prizes. The winners will be announced on Xbox.com on Wednesday November 23rd.
|[Xbox 360] Xbox 360 Launches Tomorrow at 12:01AM - posted by Erich Becker at 7:49 am CDT|
For fans lucky enough to secure a pre-order, Microsoft's jump-start on the next generation of console gaming will hit store shelves just after midnight tonight as the Xbox 360 launches with 18 launch games and a whole lot of hype to live up to.
The console is being sold in two different packages (a core bundle for $299 and another for $399 with all the good stuff included). While I won't use this space for a commentary on Microsoft's questionable pricing model, I will say that I wish them the best of luck launching first, but I don't think they'll be able to overtake Sony in the long run, but we shall see.
Sony's PlayStation3, still shrouded in mystery to a point, will be released sometime in the Spring of 2006 with Nintendo's Revolution (still a codename) hitting store shelves at an unknown time next year (many peg Fall 2006 to be the date).