IGN has given fans of the Mortal Kombat series a look into the upcoming instalment, Mortal Kombat X, with this compilation of every character’s gruesome ‘brutality’ in its blood-filled entirety!
A new video has just popped up, giving us a first look at some of the devastation that the awesome weapons in Bloodborne can do. The player in the footage uses a variety of weapons to slay numerous enemies and monsters. From guns, to swords, to whips, to huge maces-like weapons, watch as numerous enemies are cut down in highly entertaining ways. I didn’t see any shields in this video, but that’s okay, because the developers have said that it is best to be “aggressive” in battle, which this player definitely is. Will you be picking up Bloodborne for the PlayStation 4 when it releases on March 24?
It’s just as vicious and cynical as the first trailer, this time focusing on humanity’s habit of living in homes and owning stuff as a fair justification for mass immolation. Since the first trailer dropped, developer Destructive Creations has vigorously defended its right to create violent content, slamming anyone who dares to question the taste boundaries of its work. What do you think?
This is just nuts. As everyone who’s played Street Fighter 2 knows, after a world warrior has successfully defeated three opponents in the tournament he or she is sent to a Car Crusher bonus round where the objective is to wreck a car that’s in perfect working condition, as some sort of crazy test of strength or skill. Ever wondered how impressive that would look like, if Street Fighter 2 were real and an actual Car Crusher bonus round took place in real-life? Check it out!
STRAFE® is the fastest, bloodiest, deadliest, most adjective-abusing, action-packed first-person shooter of 1996! Auto-generating levels of pure mayhem constantly change up the carnage. You survived the hell demons of DOOM, the pure evil of QUAKE and the insane Nazi regime of WOLFENSTEIN 3D. But nothing can prepare you for the depravity of deep space in STRAFE®.
Three gamers in Lakeland are passing a big milestone Friday: Playing video games for 12,000 hours straight. Why? It’s their job. StreamerHouse was launched a year and a half ago by a couple of guys who thought they could make some money streaming themselves playing video games non-stop. They were right. Anonymous rich viewers also donate things to them, like $2,100 worth of Dominos pizza that arrived at their door. They haven’t had a day off in months, but no one is complaining.
If you’ve ever been to BlizzCon, you’re probably familiar with the super-detailed character statues that adorn the show floor. This year, a new statue joined the ranks, welcoming con-goers on to the show floor: Grommash Hellscream. Towering over spectators, with one foot resting on Mannoroth’s still-smoking head, this larger-than-life orc was more than a little threatening — with much more of an intimidation factor than anything we’d seen before.
When a hottie, played by Hayden Panettiere, is relaxing in the bath when she’s interrupted by an intruder. When she investigates, her friends are nowhere to be seen. This play-through represents only one of the many different paths possible. Each split-second decision you make as you play could put you on a new path. Any single decision may not be fatal, but your actions could have deadly consequences for your character later in the story.