“I’m not a murderer”, the man in the trailer says, mere moments before setting off on a murder spree notable for both its creativity and staggering number of victims. But is it murder if the victims are already dead? These are the questions that Dying Light, Techland’s upcoming zombie game, may or may not inspire you to ask yourself as you bury your hatchet into the forehead of a staggering, rotting creature that used to be somebody’s mother. Will you play it?
For all those wishing to become Schumachers and Barrichellos, have are yet to realize the dream or simply wish to get down to serious hi-definition gaming, Vesaro stimulator systems are here to spoil you silly. With as many 9 options to choose from, with prices beginning from £999 ($1,811) to £16,578 ($30,010), serious gaming as reliving the F1 race track dream just got a step closer to reality, along with great sporting aesthetics as well. With options to create your own rig design, the flexibilities are even more than before!
Leading the wave of new information is Crytek, revealing their new title Homefront: The Revolution. The trailer is suitably impressive for a Crytek game, devoid of gameplay but exploring the game’s setting. Set in Occupied Philadelphia in a nightmare near-future dystopia, it casts the player as a civilian-turned-freedom-fighter who must rise up and lead the Resistance against a superior military force and ignite the Second American Revolution. Will you play it?
Battle Cry is a 32-player online team action game. Step into a bold, expressive world envisioned by Viktor Antonov (Half-Life 2, Dishonored) where gun powder has been banned following a cataclysmic world war at the dawn of the 20th century. Traditional warfare is now a relic of the past and all conflicts are settled head-on by elite teams of chosen warriors in sanctioned WarZones. Trained and bred for battle they face off for the glory of their nations. Will you play it?
You might know Scorpion as the spear throwing Mortal Kombat ninja that carries large amounts of hatred towards fellow ninja Sub-Zero. But what you didn’t know is that Scorpion and his fighting friends are total a**holes, who spend their free time f**king sh*t up for people. Don’t believe me? Just watch this footage…
Activision will release Invasion through Xbox Live on June 3rd. The DLC pack is debuting on Xbox One and Xbox 360 first because of the long-running exclusivity agreement between Activision and Microsoft. PS4, PS3 and PC owners should get the content in about a month. The map pack costs $14.99 to download. It’s also available as part of the Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC Season Pass, priced at $49.99. The Pass provides access to all four map packs (Onslaught, Devastation, Invasion and Nemesis) as they become available.
The dark, desolate woods. A felled tree. A lone campfire. Hordes of enraged, rabid humanoids leaping from incredible heights to tear down your woodland dwellings and bash your skull in with their fists. We’ve seen glimpses of upcoming survival-horror ‘The Forest’ within the past year, all mysterious and violent previews into the terror that lurks in the game’s bleak wilderness. But none have been so intense and chillingly gorgeous as Endnight Games’ latest trailer, which you can see for yourself now.
Since the original Tron movie came out in 1982, hardcore gamers have been dreaming of stepping, body and soul, into their video games. Oliver Kreylos has been one of virtual reality’s die-hards since 1985. Now, equipped with a trio of Kinect sensors and an Oculus Rift, he’s actually accomplished what Flynn did in the movie — or pretty close, at least!
We’ve all at some point wished we could fly. This might be the closest we get to experiencing being a bird until science unlocks the secret to reverse gravity. ‘Birdly’ uses the Oculas Rift and a specially made full body controller with a blowing fan to give you the most realistic experience possible!