If there’s ever been a game that couldn’t be translated into a live-action trailer, Sunset Overdrive is that game. With its unique blend of hyper agility and inventive weaponized destruction, Sunset Overdrive is the one game that would be disastrous to attempt to make real.
The two-and-a-half minute video opens with a quartet of heroes grouped together in a convertible, riding through wide stretches of land populated with mystical creatures. The journey these four heroes embark on appears to be at the heart of the story. Though details on gameplay are still thin, the video suggests Final Fantasy XV features battles that play out in real-time–an uncommon decision for a core numbered game in the series. Also hinted at is a day-night cycle, as well as co-op heroics. Will you play it?
Ever wanted to be a video game hero? The world-renowned freerunner grew up on a diet of Prince of Persia and dreamed of defeating Jaffar and releasing his princess. Soon he was leaping scenery just like a real video game character might as a full-fledged parkour athlete, but he never actually became the 2D hero of his dreams – at least not until now!
Super Mario World on the Super Nintendo is one of the most popular Mario games out there. The animation style is so pleasant and cute. But it was a little too cutesy for gamer NicksplosionFX. He decided to add a little action to the game by replacing Mario with Mortal Kombat’s chameleon character Shang Tsung. The results are bloody awesome!
Gamers looking forward to the launch of the new FIFA 15 game later this month on September 23rd in North America, September 25th in Europe and September 26th in the UK are sure to enjoy this new official commercial which has now been made available over on the YouTube website. FIFA 15 will be available to play on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC as well as the older generation Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and other platforms. Will you play it?
Continuing the series legacy of delivering the essential survival horror experience, Resident Evil Revelations 2 promises all new horrors, terrifying locations and dramatic twists and turns. Each episode will sell for $6 USD when it launches, or you can hold out for the complete disc with the additional content for $25 USD. This has a real TV kind of vibe as far as how it releases go. The Walking Dead has had some success doing this with their game series from Telltale Games and given the fan base Resident Evil has, I’m sure this will go over just as well. Coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 early 2015.
Forza Horizon 2’s demo hits the Xbox One store on 16th September – alas, there’s no demo for the Xbox 360 version. The full game includes over 200 cars, an open world that’s tipped to last you at least 100 hours and a fully 3D sky simulation, whereby global lighting effects actually correspond to the movement of photons through the virtual atmosphere. Will you buy it?