Clearly, that guy is taking the Sephiroth approach to overcompensating, but I’ll let it pass because this game looks great. With Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 all set to arrive tomorrow if you’re in the states, Feb 28 in Europe, Konami has released a new launch trailer to celebrate it.
My weapons are sharp, my fingers are loose and limber, I’m ready to kick some fiery demon ass — how about you? READ MORE
With the long awaited Thief reboot just a few short days away, Square Enix has released a launch trailer which wonders about ghosts in the midst of a city-side revolt. The game looks great — even better on PS4, where it runs at 1080p (Xbox One is at 900p) — though if you’ve been paying attention, that shouldn’t be all that surprising.
If you’ve been craving another zombie game, 505 Games and EKO Software have something for you. It’s called How to Survive and it sounds like it brings together the gameplay of Dead Nation with the weapon crafting of Dead Island. We’ve been given a launch trailer to celebrate the game’s release on PC, XBLA, PSN and the Wii U — watch it after the jump. READ MORE
Mechs, alien bugs and human drama all come together in this launch trailer for Lost Planet 3. Honestly, it feels a bit tame after enduring the unnerving eye-exploding trailer that preceded it, but it still gets the job done. If the summer heat has you down and you feel like you could use something to pick up and chill out with, Lost Planet 3 is available today and I hear it’s pretty… cool (sorry).
Check out the new trailer after the jump. READ MORE
Telltale has released a launch trailer for The Walking Dead: 400 Days, now available on the PlayStation Network for $4.99. 400 Days is a transitional episode that will set the stage for the second season, due later this year. The trailer doesn’t really show anything new, but really, do you need it to? I’ll be grabbing this as soon as it hits XBLA (July 5th). Remember, if you plan on buying this, you do need to own at least the first episode of season one in order to play this.
In related news, The Walking Dead: Episode One – A New Day is free on PSN right now. If you own a Vita, you can get the bundle when it releases for Sony’s handheld in August. It will include the first season and its DLC episode 400 Days. Trailer and launch dates — for all platforms — after the jump. READ MORE
Did you hear? Metro: Last Light is out right now. If you’re not in your fallout bunker yet, it’s too late. I’d say you have just about the perfect amount of time to watch this launch trailer before you’re vaporized like that scene in Terminator 2 when the bombs drop and faces start melting. The good news is, the time it takes for a face to melt varies from person to person, so you might have enough life left in you to read my review.
I’d go on, but the Bloody Disgusting fallout shelter feels a little warm — I think TJ messed with the thermometer again — and I refuse to listen to the screams of my fellow man as each and every one of you gets turned into smoldering, crispy husks in a room that isn’t at exactly 70 degrees. READ MORE
Not often does a trailer move me with its absolute awesomeness. Well, the launch trailer for Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is one of those few. I can sit here and try to explain to you how the Grindhouse trailer guy voices this trailer, or how it’s one of the biggest best nods to 80′s actions flicks. Or about how the game takes place in 2007 because back in the 80s they thought the 2000′s were going to literally look like outer space. Just head past the break and check out cool it is. And buy the game right now on the Playstation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, and Steam.
Not content to let it fly completely under the radar, Activision released a launch trailer for The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct today. It follows Daryl as he searches for his older brother Merle. TJ received his copy earlier today, so I’m waiting to hear back from him on how it stacks up. Neither of us were terribly impressed with everything that was shown prior to the game’s release, but I still have some hope left that it’ll be a solidly entertaining game. Check out the new trailer after the break. READ MORE
Right now the Midwest is getting raped. With snow. As soon as I’m done here I have to go outside and shovel until I want to pass out. Then drive to Best Buy in the nightmare mother nature has created to get my copy of Tomb Raider. Past the break you can find the launch trailer that should get you amped for today’s release. It’s getting phenomenal reviews and scores so I can’t express my excitement. Just know it will make all the shoveling worth while.
Not every trailer can be super great. This one sure isn’t. It also features a meh version of Phil Collins classic “In The Air Tonight”. Will that put me off from playing the game? Fuck no. I’m gonna play this game in the dark until I shit my pants. Check out the Take Down The Terror Launch Trailer below, and let me know what you think. February 5th bitches!
We haven’t really gotten any back story into Master Chief himself. All I know is he is a massive super soldier that kicks all kinds of alien ass. If you watch the launch trailer below you’ll get to see the Chief more human than you’ve ever seen him before. I’m hoping Halo 4 will delve into who Master Chief was, but that could also taint his mysteriousness. What do you guys think?
Don’t forget to pre-order Halo 4 now releasing November 7th exclusively for the Xbox 360.
I’m not going to lie to you folks, but sometimes I really hate Xbox’s release schedule. What exactly is he talking about, you might be wondering? Well, in the Chicagoland area where I live, let’s say Deadlight is coming out tomorrow August 1st. Well, it really is coming out tomorrow. HOWEVER, it usually comes out at 5am my time on Xbox Live. Between 4 and 5am is usually when I go to sleep. Which for me can mean I won’t be able to play it until I wake up at about 2pm. Why can’t they release the damn game at midnight!? Sorry for ranting, enough of that. Below is the Deadlight launch trailer because yes the game comes out tomorrow August 1st (probably at 5am, bastards) exclusively for the Xbox 360 Arcade.
Alan Wake’s American Nightmare will be out this Tuesday, probably around 5am my time, so I won’t be able to play it until I wake up. I’m too damn excited for them to hold out on me like this. The launch trailer below is very reminiscent of the Twilight Zone, and gets my blood boiling over with excitement. Just watch it!
I never played the other No More Heroes’, but this one is definitely striking my attention. In No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise you take the role of Travis Touchdown assassin who finds out he is the 11th best assassin in the world. What does he want? To be number 1 obviously, who wouldn’t? So Travis heads out to find the 10 above him, and kill them.
No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise will be coming out on the Playstation 3, and will be Playstation Move compatible, August 16th. READ MORE
Holy shit, it’s been 11 years since Parasite Eve 2 was released. Over a decade later, you can now pick up The Third Birthday on the PSP. Below you can check out the launch trailer for the game, which should get you as pumped as I am for it. Maybe not. Enjoy!