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shezard
5th May 2006, 13:14
SEGA ha anunciado hoy el juego The Club (nombre de desarrollo), un shooter en tercera persona que será rápido, potente y brutal. Y del que solo hemos visto artworks como el que acompaña.

Pincha aquí para leer la noticia completa (http://www.revogamers.net/index.php?do=viewarticle&id=124)

Batto
5th May 2006, 13:23
"el juego mostrará las capacidades de la nueva generación maximizando la tecnología de gráficos y de audio disponible"

y dice k sera para todas las consolas de nueva generacion, osea que exclulle a Wii (de momento)

mooooooooooooooola

cancerberus84
5th May 2006, 13:38
genial vamos.... sin virtua tennis 3 y sin sega rally... q gran apoyo.... ¬ ¬ está empezando muy mal la cosa

Xisco_01
5th May 2006, 13:42
genial vamos.... sin virtua tennis 3 y sin sega rally... q gran apoyo.... ¬ ¬ está empezando muy mal la cosa

Por parte de Sega, si.

Por parte de Ubi Soft.... :o2:

guito
5th May 2006, 14:21
Alguien sabe algo sobre un pokemon para DS. Yo he encontrado un video, este:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmFn09ih5Ks&search=nintendo%20ds%20
Yo no he escuchado nada sobre el, pero no me parece un fake.Un saludo.

guito
5th May 2006, 14:26
Bizarre Creations nunca ha mostrado durante la actual generación un apoyo claro a Nintendo, por ejemplo el mencionado Project Gotham Racing 3 nunca salio para Cube o GBA y si para las demas. Ademas esta empresa programa para Sega, pero no es Sega en si. De todas formas me parece significativo que Bizarre que nunca se mostro favorable a Nintendo se este "introduciendo" ahora con ella.

kouk9999
5th May 2006, 14:29
Mola el etma del juego, me gusta...

Raziel666
5th May 2006, 14:33
Bizarre Creations nunca ha mostrado durante la actual generación un apoyo claro a Nintendo, por ejemplo el mencionado Project Gotham Racing 3 nunca salio para Cube o GBA y si para las demas. Ademas esta empresa programa para Sega, pero no es Sega en si. De todas formas me parece significativo que Bizarre que nunca se mostro favorable a Nintendo se este "introduciendo" ahora con ella.

PGR3 es un juego de MS,la franquicia es suya desarrollada por Bizarre,y la principal razon de su nulo apoyo a Nintendo es,ke nunca ha tenido la oportunidad,en la epoca de PSX,era parte de los legendarios Psygnosis,y hicieron los dos primeros F1 de esa consola,despues se enrolaron con Sega para el famoso Metropolis Street Racer y despues acabaron centrando sus esfuerzos en la saga PGR para MS,si ahora llega Sega y les dice ke kieren este juego para Wii lo haran (cosa ke dudo ke suceda)...no prke se esten introduciendo para ella...


Alguien sabe algo sobre un pokemon para DS. Yo he encontrado un video, este:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmFn09ih5Ks&search=nintendo%20ds%20
Yo no he escuchado nada sobre el, pero no me parece un fake.Un saludo.

Se llama Pokemon Ranger y es un spin-off de la saga,salio hace no mucho en Japon,y supongo (casi seguro como todo juego de Pokemon) ke llegara aki.

superlópez
5th May 2006, 14:51
""Se ha dicho que el juevo verá la luz en Europa en 2007 para todas las plataformas de nueva generación. Cuando SEGA anunció algún título dejando fuera a Wii lo hizo claramente, por tanto, podemos preveer que este será el primer título multiplaforma next-gen de la compañía del erizo.""


me parece bien que apoyen a revo. cuántos más juegos mejor!! Además, esto indica que los juegos multiplataformas no tendrán por qué tener problemas para ser adaptados a Wii, no?

Accross
5th May 2006, 15:24
Según el listado de SEGA NO sale en Wii:

Chromehounds (Xbox 360) - Release: Summer 2006
Chromehounds brings squad-based multiplayer mech combat exclusively to the Xbox 360 for the first time ever. The war of the future has begun with three superpower nations fighting for world domination. Commanding fully customizable giant metal war machines called "Hounds", players must manage their tower of heavy artillery through giant war zones while engaging in cooperative squad-based tactics, and fighting intense battles against other real-time players via Xbox Live.

The Club (Working title, PS3, 360) - Release: Summer 2007
The Club is a loosely organized and highly illegal underground entity. The Club is a meeting ground for those seeking the ultimate in vicarious thrills, and those who want to watch them. Players have been entered into the arena and must fight for survival against the odds. Set in a variety of unusual and evocative locations scattered across the globe, players will yield high-powered weaponry in a bid to earn their escape. The first task is to survive, but players must kill according to specific rules - quickly, relentlessly and with style. Kill or be killed, stand still and it's death!

Full Auto 2: Battlelines (PS3) - Release: November 2006
Full Auto 2: Battlelines is the next generation of combat-racing, exclusively for the PLAYSTATION 3. The sequel to the award-winning Full Auto, Full Auto 2: Battlelines puts high-speed vehicles outfitted with weapons and armor into fully realized and fully destructible urban street environments. Strategically use destruction to win races as well as leave massive devastation in your wake. Players can destroy the environment to dynamically change track conditions to block competitors, open new paths, or crush opponents with falling debris caused by well-timed missiles. Full Auto 2: Battlelines also introduces a new Arena Mode featuring team play and six different levels, each specifically designed for a unique type of multiplayer car combat.

Medieval II: Total War (PC) - Release: November 2006
Medieval II: Total War is the latest game in the award-winning and critically acclaimed Total War series. A follow-up to 2005's Strategy Game of the Year – Rome: Total War – Medieval II: Total War is a visually stunning game that spans four and half centuries of the most turbulent and bloody era of Western history, encompassing the golden age of chivalry, the Crusades, the proliferation of gunpowder, the rise of professional armies, the Renaissance and the discovery of America.

Phantasy Star Universe (PS2, Xbox 360, PC) – Release: Fall 2006
Phantasy Star Universe gives players the best of both worlds by offering the depth of single player adventure and the thrill of online cooperative gameplay. Played offline, Phantasy Star Universe joins real-time action gameplay with rich character customization and an enormous solar system to create a fast paced and emotionally engaging RPG experience. Played online, the title gives players an opportunity to travel with a squad of other adventurers, enter urban sprawls teeming with hundreds of players, and build their avatars into powerful warriors. A rich and exciting universe awaits!

SEGA RALLY REVO (PS3, Xbox 360) – Release: Spring 2007
With revolutionary dynamically deformable terrain, proprietary next-generation graphics, bone-jarringly realistic physics, and competitive bumper-to-bumper racing, SEGA RALLY REVO will set a new benchmark in its genre with a high-tempo driving experience that's every racing fan's driving fantasy.

Sonic Rivals (PSP) – Release: Fall 2006
Sonic Rivals is a head-to-head competition between Sonic and his top rivals, where the gloves are off and winner takes all! Built from the ground-up, the engine allows gamers to rip through tracks in some high-spirited single player and wireless multiplayer action against friends as Sonic returns in a whole new racing-platformer with classic 2D gameplay in true 3D environments for gamers on the go.

Sonic The Hedgehog (PS3, Xbox 360) – Release: Fall 2006
Sonic celebrates his 15th anniversary by blazing his way onto the next-generation consoles, with his first adventure set in the human world! Featuring interactive 3D environments and a large cast of returning and new characters, get ready for the reinvention of Sonic The Hedgehog, in his most intense, high velocity escapade to date!

Super Monkey Ball Adventure (PS2, GC, PSP) – Release: July 2006
Join AiAi and friends in a new game to bring harmony to the Monkey Ball Universe kingdoms in Super Monkey Ball Adventure. This is the first Super Monkey Ball title that offers a narrative-driven adventure in a dynamic world in which puzzles and quests are spread throughout. Classic Super Monkey Ball gameplay is bolstered by a chant system that grants new abilities to the Monkey Ball in addition to brand new multiplayer Party Games and puzzle levels built into the story line.

Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz (Wii) – Release: Fall 2006
AiAi and all his friends have rolled their way onto Nintendo's new console, with a wide range of new puzzle levels and numerous exciting Party Games specifically designed to exploit the innovative Wii controller. For the first time in the Super Monkey Ball universe players will be able to jump using an upward flick motion with the Wii Controller. In addition, scores of Party Games – such as Whack-a-Mole or ring toss – have been creatively designed to take advantage of the Nintendo Wii controller.

Virtua Tennis 3 (PS3) – Release: Spring 2007
With Virtua Tennis 3, the series returns with enhanced photo-realistic graphics and advanced player animations that perfectly match the behavior and mannerisms of individual professional players. Next-generation systems allow gamers to see the most detailed expressions on the faces of their selected players as they battle to win heated tournaments around the world. In addition to the popular mini-games from previous titles used to sharpen players' skills, there will be a whole host of brand new mini-games to keep players in top form.

World Pool Championship 2007 (PS2, PSP) – Release: September 2006
In World Pool Championship 2007, gamers will experience the most complete and authentic billiards game by either creating their own pool player or playing as one of the world's top pros in 20 officially licensed pool tournaments including the Mosconi Cup, World Cup, and U.S. Open. In Golden Cue mode, players test their versatility by challenging other pro-players to games of eight and nine-ball, and other cuesports within the same tournament. Pool sharks can also show their true skills in the World Trickshot Championship, where players can pull off their favorite crowd-pleasers from a vast selection of trickshots.

Yakuza (PS2) – Release: September 2006
In a society where respect and honor holds great importance, there is an even higher regard for these traits within one organization most feared by all: the Yakuza. Step into the shoes of the Yakuza and experience the underside of Tokyo, where the city streets and illicit haunts of the city's nightlife district are authentically re-created; cinematic CG movies tell a gripping story, and memorable characters deliver a rich adventure full of beautiful but deadly fighting.

About SEGA® of America, Inc.
SEGA® of America, Inc. is the American arm of Tokyo, Japan-based SEGA Corporation, a worldwide leader in interactive entertainment both inside and outside the home. The company develops, publishes and distributes interactive entertainment software products for a variety of hardware platforms including PC, wireless devices, and those manufactured by Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. SEGA of America's Web Site is located at www.SEGA.com.

About SEGA® Europe, Ltd.
SEGA® Europe, Ltd. is the European Publishing arm of Tokyo, Japan-based SEGA® Corporation, and a worldwide leader in interactive entertainment both inside and outside the home. The company develops, publishes and distributes interactive entertainment software products for a variety of hardware platforms including PC, wireless devices, and those manufactured by Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. The SEGA® Europe, Ltd. Web Site is located at www.sega-europe.com.







Joder q cabrones son T_T

Mortimor
5th May 2006, 15:33
NO son unos cabrones, aunque nos joda. Si no los sacan por algo sera: malas previsiones, dificil port o vete tu a saber...

Ya veremos otras compañias, pero el hecho de que una compañia de arcades como Sega no apoye de verdad a Wii no es buena noticia. En fins...

EXTREMODURO
5th May 2006, 15:36
Creo k no es para wii k pena.

Puscifer
5th May 2006, 15:46
Me encantan los FPS. Cuantos más mejor y además con el wiimando seguro que me emocionaré mucho más jugando a este tipo de juegos :^^: Por cierto, que el juego sea multiplataforma podría decir mucho de nuestra ansiada Wii :sorrisa:

shezard
5th May 2006, 15:47
Según el listado de SEGA NO sale en Wii:
Joder q cabrones son T_T

No me fijé en esta página, solo leí la nota de prensa.

Mi perdones, retiro la noticia hasta que no se confirme para evitar confusión

Ipalmor
5th May 2006, 15:56
Según el listado de SEGA NO sale en Wii:
Joder q cabrones son T_T

No me fijé en esta página, solo leí la nota de prensa.

Mi perdones, retiro la noticia hasta que no se confirme para evitar confusión

Me lleva, entonces la cosa va mal en multiplataforma para Wii, aun tengo esperanzas que se deba a que Ninty no quiere mostrar los juegos.

Que sea eso plssss

Isolate
5th May 2006, 17:11
Me estan jodiendo mucho... Yo he sido Seurero toda mi vida, y no quiero perderme sus juegos. Meveo con una PS3.

takyo
5th May 2006, 17:46
me estoy empezando a desilusionar:pena:

mi pequeña teoria es que las compañias pasan de hacer ports para Wii

motivo:hacen juegos de un buen nivel tecnico que Wii no lo soporta, porque no creo que cueste tanto adaptar el juego a Wii
y porsupuesto apuestan por lo seguro en ventas

Accross
5th May 2006, 17:52
Según el listado de SEGA NO sale en Wii:
Joder q cabrones son T_T

No me fijé en esta página, solo leí la nota de prensa.

Mi perdones, retiro la noticia hasta que no se confirme para evitar confusión
Es q en teoria no t ttendrias ni q fijar en esa lista, si dicen q sale para las consolas de nueva generacon joder q lo diga solo para dos de ellas no para las tres( o cuatro si es q sale phantom, xD q por aora ace honor a su nombre)

Jluis7
5th May 2006, 17:55
Sigo pensando q veremos lo mejor al final ::s:

agente_smithx
5th May 2006, 18:12
Antes erea Xbox-PS2 en cuanto a anuncios de juegos y ahora es 360-PS3...de momento la cosa sigue casi igual...esperemos que cambie.

Un saludo.

takyo
5th May 2006, 18:21
Sigo pensando q veremos lo mejor al final ::s:

soñar es gratis, pero hay que empezar a darse cuenta de lo que hay
a lo mucho nos enseñaran un sonic exclusivo (que lo dudo) ya veras


Antes erea Xbox-PS2 en cuanto a anuncios de juegos y ahora es 360-PS3...de momento la cosa sigue casi igual...esperemos que cambie.

no me mola decirlo pero creo que tienes razon

Jluis7
6th May 2006, 04:53
Pue si soñar es gratis, pero el hecho de q SEGA este en la VC significa q hay una relacion intima entre ellos y ninty, asi q sigo pensando igual, lo mejor para el final. Ademas d q PS2 y sony fueron unas de las principales causas de la caida de dreamcast, asi q no creo q le tengan mucho afecto.