We did a gallery on the most awesome continue screens a few weeks ago, so it's only fair that we give their complement—start menus and title screens—the same treatment.
We're looking today at the portfolio of Jon Troy Nickel, an Australian artist who has worked on titles like Section 8, the cancelled Wet 2 and the Rift games.
My acting teacher taught me a variety of things, such as how to cry on command and sound really excited about floor wax.
Wet developers Behaviour used to be known as Artificial Mind & Movement. Then they shortened that to A2M (which has an alternate, rather NSFW meaning). And that's why they're now known as Behaviour.
The head of the 375-person development studio Artificial Mind and Movement realized his company had a bad name. So, today, they've changed it, and revealed two sequels in the process:
With at least one potential game of the year exclusively nesting on the Playstation 3 and a price drop under its belt, the PS3 has had a pretty darn good year.
New Halo, new downloadables for Mass Effect, Fallout 3, and Grand Theft Auto, new Forza. It was a pretty good year for Xbox 360 owners.
The CEO of Artificial Mind & Movement - the studio behind WET and the PSP build of Danté's Inferno - said at a development conference that the ESRB is easily manipulated and that publishers take advantage of it.
Actress Eliza Dushku tells MTV News that she's interested in a movie or TV role as Rubi, her "working-class Lara Croft" character from Bethesda and A2M's Wet.
Just in time for Crecente's WET review, Bethesda releases a whipping set of forty-three new screenshots for the game. Embrace the WETness!
Armed with one sword and two of lots of other things, Rubi Malone is a leather-pants wearing, wall-running, pole-spinning death machine. She can shoot two shotguns while flipping through the air, slide under tables to hamstring and gut with her sword, and regains health by swigging liquor.
This short video gives us a taste of how and why the developers decided to go with seventies music for the soundtrack of Bethesda's upcoming action shooter Wet.
Bethesda is gearing up for PAX 09 next week, packing up playable demos of upcoming titles and a healthy dose of Brink for the long cross-country trek to Seattle.
"I should have played Stranglehold more so I could compare," the previewer thought to himself, as he made a lady with two pistols jump over a table and shoot two guys on opposite sides of an Asian-themed room in slow-mo.
With less than two weeks to go before Gamescom kicks off in Cologne, the list of games that will be present and playable continues to grow.
Over-the-top action shooter WET will hit the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 in North America on Sept. 15, Bethesda announced today.
Unfortunately, the video, which was recorded by the folks at Bethesda, didn't pick up my voice at all. I think my microphone must have been turned off. I really apologize for my missing questions, fortunately you can hear the answers just fine: In order, here's what I asked about: