( -news-on-sting-and-hulk-hogan-retirement-matches-at-wrestlemania-31-the-hardys-promote-the-epic-sequel-with-the-young-bucks) According to the latest report from theWrestling Observer Newsletter , Hogan is keen on fighting one last timeat Wrestlemania in what would be his retirement spectacle. His previouspreference was to challenge John Cena in a bout pitting old versus newbut the outfit has other plans for the leader of Cenation. In place ofCena, Vince McMahon and company is looking at Sting, another legendarywrestler.
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The third in Free Radical's flagship first-person shooter series, Future Perfect is the culmination of years of refinement on their current-generation engine. Perhaps more importantly, it's the premiere of TimeSplitters online, a feature that mysteriously slipped out of the excellent second version of the series. Featuring a solid 12-level single-player campaign, each level representing a different place in time, and a humungous amount of multiplayer modes -- offline and online -- Free Radical's popcorn-style FPS is fun, fast, and deep. The gameplay is simple at times, but the humor easily makes up for any puzzle complexity you feel is missing. What's more, the multiplayer is just as fun in four-player split-screen as Goldeneye 007 ever was, and it's equally fun offline as online. The list of extras, unlockables, and game modes is unmatched. Plus, the upgraded map editor enables you to make and trade maps online. We're up for it!
Doom III (Doom III Collector's Edition) Developer: Vicarious Visions/id Software Publisher: Activision Genre: First-person Shooter Multiplayer: 1-4 multiplayer offline and online; 2-player online co-op Release Date: April 3, 2005
While the Doom III news has come and gone on PC, Xbox fans are just now whetting their whistles for id Software's state-of-the-art horror-style fragfest. Traditionally different than the previous games in the Doom series, Doom III is slower-paced, offers a wholly new set of freaky hell-born demons and freaky creatures, and has altered substantially to work better, or at least differently, on Xbox. The big news is A) we have an official ship date confirmed by Activision (April 3), after months of silent delays, and B) the online co-op did not get axed. You'll get your dark, moody, single-player game smoothly created by the godfather of FPS games, you'll get your kick-ass online co-op, and you can frag with three other friends late into the night off or online.
Close Combat First to Fight Developer: Destineer Publisher: 2K Games Genre: First-Person Tactical Shooter Multiplayer: 1-8 online; four-on-four co-op online; Offline: four-player split-screen, eight via SysLink Release Date: April 12
Take-Two and Destineer's re-imagined Close Combat game Close Combat: First to Fight takes the Tom Clancy concept and turns it askew. Your officially trained four-man Marine team is fully independent, taking cover, assailing enemies, and using specialized formations at all times. You can, however, control them to perform specialized tasks, like breaking into rooms, manning set turrets, hucking grenades, and what have you, it's all up to you. The control is sweet, backed up by pop-up dials for controls, easy to handle team commands, and finished off with the ability to call in air raids, sniper attacks, and helicopter attacks. It's all surprisingly good fun. That's not even including the kick-ass, online four-on-four player co-op games. Now we're talking! Is this the sleeper hit of spring? Sounds like it.
Midnight Club III: DUB Edition Developer: Rockstar San Diego (formerly Angel Studios) Publisher: Rockstar Games Genre: Racing Multiplayer: 2-8 online; 1-2 offline Release Date: April 12
Easily the most interesting evolution of the console-ization of the first-person shooter, Unreal Championship II is a core mix of first-person shooting and third-person fighting. Based on hardcore online frag-fests and weapon fighting, this game enables players to switch weapons and styles on the fly to engage in up-close weapons combat or to shoot enemies to shreds from medium or far distances. The close-knit levels, highly refined for jumping off walls, rocketing in for a targeted attack, or phasing/escaping into a different section, give this gorgeously engineered title an amazing look and feel that's very much all its own -- as well as a distinct tension and excitement. Not matter how you take it apart, Unreal Championship II is going to take be THE online game when it hits Xbox Live in April. Mark our words.
Inevitable's first-person shooter totally transforms the previous notion of Midway's light-gun coin-op shooter, Area 51. What was once an easy-to-pick-up-and-play arcade game (that leaned toward being cheesy and ugly looking) is now a well-fleshed out FPS complete with star conspiracy power (David Duchovny voice work and Marilyn Manson), excellent graphics, a solid single-player campaign, and excellent online multiplayer modes. What's fun about it? Aside from its good looks, the basic functions work extremely well, but on top of the smooth control is the ability to use and abuse this viral power that enables you to go absolutely berserk on your enemies for short periods of time. The whole game feels well balanced, put together, and when it's not being serious about little green men, the tongue-in-cheek humor, found in tons of little alien conspiracy visuals, will keep you more than amused. WWE Wrestlemania XXI Developer: Studio Gigante Publisher: THQ Genre: Wrestling Multiplayer: Four-player head-to-head online play Release Date: March 28,2005
Chaos theory is chock full of game play options. There are 11 single-player missions, 11 adversarial maps, and 4 co-op missions. The GameCube isn't getting the adversarial mode and PS2 lacks online co-op missions so the Xbox is the console of choice for Sam Fisher's next adventure.
The multiplayer mode is the real reason to own this title. Chaos Theory is delivering one of the most requested online features: co-op missions. As a bonus, this isn't just the single player mode with two spies, there are unique moves that spies can perform through the use of a single button. Teammates can boost each other over walls, dangle each other from ropes, and coordinate stealth kills to avoid alarms. In adversarial mode the next Splinter Cell not only has upgraded graphics, gadgets, and moves for both spies and mercenaries. These include a Thermoptic Camouflage Suit that renders spies invisible, a berserk move that lets mercs crush spies that sneak up behind them, and a backpack that allows mercs to store extra equipment. We haven't even mentioned the sound proximity meter, Sam's deadly blade, and the new enemy AI 2b1af7f3a8