Not too many comic related characters gone video games come out very well. But I am incredibly excited for the upcoming Deadpool game. It really looks like they’re going about it the right way. It looks like it doesn’t take itself too seriously, especially because Deadpool himself is quite the jokester. It also looks pretty fun and pretty gory. What more could we ask for? A demo, just in case. Check out some awesome and some hilarious new screens past the break.
Announced just about a month ago is a prequel to the Batman Arkham video game series. Arkham Origins will be taking place as Batman is an up and coming superhero and your favorite villains are beginning to surface. Well it’s time we got a glimpse at the game. Head past a break to see some of the first amazing screen shots. The game has a tentative release on October 25th of this year for the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360.
We all know Techland. They brought us the wonderful Dead Island. But now they’re switching things up a bit and bringing you a first person slasher where you fight against the armies of hell. The game looks like a much more demonic version of a Skyrim or Oblivion. And there’s looting. Maybe one of my favorite things ever. My friends despise me for my extra time spent looting. You can enjoy the campaign on your own, or you and up to 3 others can play against each other white fighting each other monsters and racking up points. Head past the break for some screens from the game and look out for it later this year on the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360.
About a year before its official unveiling, I claimed Shadows of the Damned could “reinvent the horror genre.” Now, obviously it didn’t do that. I still fell in love with it, even if it never really found an audience. I’ll refrain from saying the same about Mikami’s next project, The Evil Within, but what I will say is that it could very well be an amazing action/survival horror game. Mikami knows the genre, so I have faith that he’ll be able to produce something we’ll all be able to enjoy.
I hope you’ve been enjoying this steady trickle of information about the game, because it isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. After the break I have a few more screenshots, which reveal Sebastian’s partner, Joseph Oda.
After numerous delays the DayZ standalone sure has been taking its sweet time getting here. At least we can take comfort in the fact that the team behind it are hard at work on bringing us an open-world zombie MMO we’ve been clamoring for after The War Z failed to bring the goods. On top of that, they’ve been very good at releasing a steady stream of information, screens and videos from the game to keep fans pumped.
In their latest offering, we get a look at a new environment — a massive, explorable shipwreck — and a video blog taken at PAX East last month. Check them out after the jump.
Shinji Mikami, one of the minds behind Resident Evil and Dino Crisis, unveiled his next game last week, a “pure” survival horror game titled The Evil Within. The live action teaser was definitely one of the more unsettling debuts I’ve seen for a horror game, though that’s unsurprising seeing as it’s the work of the extremely talented Kyle Cooper, who has worked on American Horror Story, The Walking Dead and Se7en. I decided to go through the teaser and capture nearly 40 screenshots from it, which you can enjoy in all their deeply unnerving glory after the break.
Thechineseroom’s swine-themed follow-up to The Dark Descent is one of my most anticipated games of the year, horror or otherwise. It looks incredible, some might even say absolutely terrifying, though you wouldn’t know it by looking at this new batch of screenshots. They’re insanely dark. I can’t tell what’s going on in most of them, but it’s another look at A Machine for Pigs, so can we really complain?
Earlier this morning, Bethesda officially announced The Evil Within with a creepy live-action trailer, sans any gameplay. I’m not a fan of trailers that show nothing of the game they’re advertising, because even if the trailer is amazing it doesn’t accurately represent the game.
Thankfully, we’ve also been given a batch of deeply unsettling screenshots that show off what the game will actually look like. After looking through them, The Evil Within looks strikingly similar to Resident Evil 4, which Mikami helmed back when he was with Capcom. The camera, combat, even a few of the enemies and locations. Check them out after the break!
The Souls series has what you would call, quite the reputation. No, it isn’t a game that sells Call Of Duty numbers, or blows us out of the water with earth shattering graphics and game play. (No, I’m not saying either of those are bad) The series is known for being brutal, and relentless. In the killing of you throughout the campaign. You can almost look at playing the games like a personal challenge. See how far you can get before you huck your controller through a window or punch a baby. I usually hit the baby first. If you head past the break you can check out the dramatic Global Gamers Day trailer and some screenshots. Dark Souls II is out next year on the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.
Killzone Shadowfall was one of the few games announced alongside the Playstation 4. Just like those games, it looks beautiful. If you have played any of the previous Killzone games you know for a fact they have always looked amazing. If didn’t get enough of it from the trailer Adam POSTED recently, we have more incredible visuals past the break.
Yesterday marked a very important day in history. The day the ‘Playstation 4‘ was announced. Pressures on, Microsoft. I attempted to update my PS4 post as the press conference was going on, but not without trouble. My laptop was being a bitch while streaming, and even my desktop was a bit boggy. So my info may not have been spot on. But if you’d like to really get the ins and outs of the Playstation 4, along with pictures of the new Dual Shock Controller, and the new PS4 Eye, head past the break. Unfortunately we still don’t know what the damn thing looks like, but we can speculate.
If you didn’t go wait out in line at midnight last night with the weirdos that hang out in a Game Stop late, you’ve probably quickly snuck in and out of a Best Buy today to pick up Dead Space 3. If you’re new to the series and this is your first Dead Space experience, I suggest you head past the break and check out “The Story So Far” trailer. It gets you up to date on what some of the history of the games and without major spoilers gives you info on the 1st 2 games. It’s also good if you need an all around refresher like me. Head past the break for info on the 1st DLC, screens, and the trailer.
It’s about time we got a real good look at the enemies we would be facing in The Last Of Us. Not the humans, but the creatures. Nothing too out there but still freaky non the less. Head past the break for a whole bunch of screen shots showing off the enemies. The Last Of Us comes out May 7th exclusively on the Playstation 3.
Those who already have Painkiller Hell and Damnation on Steam will be excited for the newly released Medieval Horror DLC. The DLC expands the survival mode, and also introduces some epic boss battles and more. Head past the break to see the full list of new goodies that come in the DLC and it will only run you about 5 dollars. Awesome new screens past the break as well.
I shouldn’t be picky about a Walking Dead game. But do I feel like it should look better? Yeah a little. I mean we’re talking about Activision. They’ve got that Call Of Duty money. But technically if they can bank off of Call Of Duty without making those graphics as amazing as say Battlefield, then why can’t they do it with this new Walking Dead Survival Instinct? Head past the break for some screens and game features.
Dead Pixels you say? No, unfortunately it’s not us. It is however an awesome 8-bit zombie side scroller, previously released on Xbox Live, and now on Steam for download. The game wont break your wallet like most with its 3 dollar price point. What’s truly amazing is that CSR Studios who created the game is only made up of one man. Head past the break for game info and screens.
The Last Crown: Haunting Of Hallowed Isle is a sequel to The Lost Crown – A Ghost-Hunting Adventure a game I didn’t hear of until now. More than likely because both games are PC only. Though based on the screenshots alone, Haunting Of Hallowed Isle definitely has my attention. The Last Crown follows ghost hunters Nigel Danvers and Lucy Reubans and they unravel the many mysteries of the Island of Hallowed Isle. Head past the break for a bunch of screen shots and even descriptions of each one.
Even though Telltale’s episodic take on The Walking Dead has ended, that doesn’t mean you can’t still get your TWD fix. If you’re on the go a lot, or mobile, as they say, you may want to consider dropping $1.99 on The Walking Dead: Assault. It’s a brand new episodic game that follows Rick’s story, as opposed to following a new group of survivors. It actually look pretty good, though I haven’t had the chance to check it out myself. If you’re interested, you can grab it at the iTunes App Store.
Star Trek is coming in early 2013 to the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360 early next year. I’m pretty excited about the game. Ever since recently jumping into the Mass Effect series I’ve gotten an itch for space games. Hopefully Star Trek will scratch it good. The game features the voices of all the main cast from the recent Star Trek reboot. Check out some awesome new screens and art past the break.
Coming December 10th is Halo 4′s first map pack “Crimson“. It will be priced at 800 Microsoft Splatters, although you can buy the Halo 4 map pass for 25 bucks saving you 5 dollars across all 3 map packs. The Crimson Pack includes 3 new maps Harvest, Shatter, and Wreckage. Also included is the new multiplayer mode, Extraction. Want more? Past the break are more screenshots, a trailer, and more info.
You like killing zombies with whatever’s near you at the time? Of course you do. Dead Island: Riptide has gamers like you in mind, because it’s all about bashing unsuspecting zombies right in their stupid, ugly heads — or better yet, you can strap a car battery to a machete and cut it to little, electrified giblets. Riptide promises more of what made the first game great, including loads of weapons and beautiful tropical environments brimming with zombies for you to use those weapons on. There’s also a dynamic weather system that can cause flash floods, adding an element of unpredictability to the gameplay. If this sounds like your bag, I highly recommend checking out this new batch of screenshots, after the jump.
Mass Effect 3′s next DLC entitled Omega, has you joining up with Aria T’Loak, and Nyreen Kandros. Omega has been taken by Cerberus General Oleg Petrovsky, and Aria needs Shepard’s help to take back the black market station. 4 playable missions will be in the DLC. I’m not sure where in the Mass Effect timeline the DLC falls, but I suppose the only way to find out is to buy it! It comes out November 27th on the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360. Screens past the break.
Into The Dark follows a private investigator (you), who encounters way way more than he bargained for in a New England cabin. Into The Dark won “Most Surprising Game of the Show” at Gamescom this year. Basically you can expect a creepy zombie fps, also filled with puzzles, adventure, and some RPG elements. Check out the trailer and some screens past the break. You can download the game from multiple download portals online as the game is exclusively for the PC.
Jk jk. Though upon looking at the above image that was exactly what I thought. Painkiller Hell & Damnation was released Halloween only on the PC. Those console gamers will have to wait until January 22nd, 2013 for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 releases. Painkiller H&D is a remake of the original Painkiller from 2004. You can play the main campaign 2 player co-op and up to 8 player online multiplayer survival mode. I’ve never played the original but I’m definitely interested in picking this up. Awesome new screens past the break.