If you haven't pre-ordered yet, good luck finding one now!
Imagine the goodness of a 16-player multiplayer game linking players from SCEA's E3 booth, Sierra's E3 booth, and team members two states away. Now imagine us not playing the crap out of it when we get the chance.
Harmonix and Konami's sing-along sleeper finally bares its musical wares.
Check out the preview on this title!
The coolest music making game around now sports songs from David Bowie, Garbage, Weezer, Blink-182, Herbie Hancock, Papa Roach, The Baldwin Brothers, Freezepop and more. How can you not love it?
Thurstmaster to release three new gamepads for the PS2
There's not much to see right now, but that'll be changing very soon.
Get ready to experience the joy of karaoke right from your living room with Konami's Karaoke Revolution.
Sony will be creating a special online add-on pack specifically for Twisted Metal: Black for the PlayStation 2.
The game has officially gone gold, and we've got tons of new media and game details to celebrate!
Logitech has unveiled at the CeBIT tradeshow its newest peripheral for the PlayStation 2: the Logitech Cordless Action Controller.
After a long absence, we have re-instated the weekly news and notes featurette to catch all of you up on the events that have taken place earlier this week.
The best music game you've never heard of is in stores now. Go buy it!
The game that will put Sony Computer Entertainment America San Diego on the map is coming to your PS2. Find out what the hullabaloo is all about inside.
Ever want to live a day in the life of a Great White shark? Appaloosa Interactive Corporation's latest title is your ticket.
Sony exposed much more today in regards to their online plans for the PlayStation 2.
New name, same kick-booty game. New details await you inside.
InXile's Annie Sullivan drops the low on the tricky process of programming AI.
WNN makes it triumphant return! Come and enjoy the creamy goodness inside.
Logitech looks to treat PS2 gamers to two brand new peripherals at this year's E3.
It took Sam 1200 words to say what the rest of us can in just 5: You MUST buy this game.
Awesome music that you basically create yourself, addicitve gameplay that only gets better the more you play it, and enough flowing neon and flashing lights to keep you raver kids entertained for years, Frequency rocks.