|05-15-2003 02:03 AM|
|**DONOTDELETE**||XBOX USERS DESERVE NOTHING
pc wants the graphics too..
|05-14-2003 12:45 AM|
|MadOnion||Some users are having problems with the CSX trailer links.
Try launching WMP, Open URL (CTRL+U) and paste:
|05-13-2003 09:44 PM|
|badman||EF2 will be showcased at no less than three booths, so we can expect plenty of press coverage this year.|
|05-13-2003 11:21 AM|
IGN has unlocked their E3 report about Counter-Strike on the Xbox, offering hands-on impressions of the #1 tactical shooter with an install base of 2 million PC users. New details: CSX is using the familiar Halo controls and buying weapons is done through a simple pie menu.
<list>[*]Shots from the Show Floor
Gamers.com & GameSpy snapped photos of Counter-Strike on display</a> at Microsoft's E3 booth. You can also drool over the photos taken of booths showcasing Elite Force II. By the way, part 1 of HomeLAN Fed's booth babe gallery features a Klingon female.
Condition Zero made its annual E3 appearance for the last time.
The E3 trailer is out for Counter-Strike. Windows Media Player is required to view the video, running time is 1 minute and 13 seconds. You can check it out in high res or low res.
Update: Trailer in QuickTime Format (11.9 MB)</a>
GameSpot has added 13 screenshots, including a new shot of the Idryll female better known as the bikini-clad scientist. There's another gallery up at GameSpy with 2 new screenshots in the 1st column.</list>
GameSpy brings you their rundown on the Xbox conversion of Counter-Strike. Take a look at the new visual enhancements such as a "dynamic gamma ramping" effect that negatively affects your vision.
<list>[*]EF2 Preshow Report
Activision's Star Trek action game will have bigger weapons, more missions, and new gameplay elements, and we can expect to see it at E3.
<list>[*]Xbox Games Press Release
Microsoft provided a sneak peek at Counter-Strike, "designed by Valve and Ritual Entertainment, two of the world’s most renowned game developers," shipping holiday 2003. New Xbox Live features rolling out over the next year will improve clan-based competition on the service.
GeekyGamer.net has mirrored the E3 video and the recently released gameplay trailer.</list>