A new video series has been has been launched related to the upcoming Tomb Raider. According to Square Enix, the series will explore “the decisions Lara faces as she is forced to survive.” This video showcases Lara Croft’s “Basecamp” system to upgrade her skills and gear, her “Survival Instinct” to explore on the island, and her signature weapon, the bow. Tomb Raider is available for pre-order, and is scheduled to be released on March 3, 2013.
In this video released today, we get a taste of the wide variety of environments that will be present in the upcoming Final Fantasy XIII-2. An amusement park, overgrown jungles and an urban city are only a few of the great looking locations in this sequel. On top of the new areas being added to the game, old areas are also receiving updates in the form of new paths to explore. Make sure to check all of them out when …
Lightning leads the charge in this epic battle taking place in Valhala.
Surprise! Eidos outsourced all of the boss fights in the game to a 3rd party development team, GRIP. After watching the video above, it is no wonder why the boss battles totally polarize the rest of the game’s flow and play style.
NeverDead, the upcoming game from Rebellion Developments proves that mashing up every popular genre in the industry can actually make for an amusingly campy trailer. Speaking of cheesy dialogue, one has to wonder if the rest of the soundtrack can live up to the game’s title Megadeth track.
Oh, Hawken. How beautiful you look. Your mechs are fast, almost Quake III: Arena fast. You look oh so promising. Please don’t fail to deliver!
First trailer for Continuum Shift Extend, the next update for the Blazblue series. New characters are promised, along with an initial PS Vita launch. It is expected that the new version update will be offered on consoles as a free DLC, while the new characters will be optional purchases, much like Continuum Shift II. Arc System Works has expressed interest in keeping Continuum Shift it’s own platform until Blazblue 3, ignoring the Capcom trend of releasing a new disc for …
Today’s announcement for Batman: Arkham City comes in the form of another villain being added to the roster. This game just keeps getting cooler by the minute!
Youtube user Trpchakai has shown amazing skill in crafting this Wheatley puppet, which is controlled by both hand and electronic operation. Descriptions do it very little justice, so let the video speak for itself! More about it’s creation can be viewed on their Blogspot.