Something like five years after WarHawk, StarHawk is finally here for those who are longing for some action packed multiplayer fun, but not only them. Indeed, this time around, we even get a full single player mode in the package, and though it is merely a sort of long tutorial to get you ready for online play, it is still a nice addition if you are new to the franchise. Here are a bunch of videos from the single player campaign, as I would certainly not do the game justice if I decided to capture some multiplayer mayhem. Update : Added two gameplay videos in space.
Trackmania Turbo – 360° demo - Valley Down & Dirty: [url] Great trailer and I hope more companies do 360º trailers in the future. (6 Hours ago)
@Tiz: Aye it's a gimmick but it kinda worked pretty well with the right games ;) (9 Hours ago)
But 98% of my Kinect usage is directions and pausing films and apps. (11 Hours ago)
@aphex187: Kinect is still fun for a joke, mostly because it is a joke. A gimmicky peripheral that kind of suits Friday night madness. I have had my fair share of fun with it when relatives are around (11 Hours ago)
Cheers guys, think i'll leave i then. It was only a thought for friday night drunken antics ;) (11 Hours ago)
@aphex187: It's useless to me. I haven't used it since launch week. (12 Hours ago)
@aphex187: Really Kinect is a glorified microphone. Super useful for when you don't want to cave dive the UI. For game, I think there is Kinect Sports. (13 Hours ago)