This is what Mortal Kombat would be like if it a touch more realistic. Fatalities would be pretty awesome actually!
Ubisoft recently revealed the first look at Far Cry 4, showing the first five minutes of the game, however although rendered in engine, that video was limited to a scripted cinematic sequence. Now as part of Sony’s PlayStation media event, the publisher has released another new clip, this time of actual gameplay, offering up 7 minutes of gun running, wing suit flying action, narrated by two of the games developers, and introducing open world cooperative. Watch it now and leave your thoughts in our comment section!
You might want to skip your workout today after a terrifying taste of this bloody new trailer for Dead Island 2, in which a simple stroll down the California boardwalk becomes a full-on brain banquet for fitness-crazed deadheads. This time out, it’s a violent, visceral trip to the land-locked Sunshine State with developer Deep Silver switching locations to the zombie-infested West Coast. Rather than colour the E3 announcement trailer with a tragic, melancholy tone as in the original game, this teaser seems to revel in its slaughter-filled excess and surreal setting.
Watch the world debut of Rainbow Six Siege multiplayer gameplay in this intense, new look into the gripping world of Rainbow counter-terrorism units. A hostage situation unfolds into a sequence of team strategy, breach and stronghold tactics, and close-quarters destruction, as attackers and defenders act and react to one unit’s attempt to overcome the other. Will you play it?
A five-minute staged “gameplay demonstration” fresh out of E3 shows friends being friendly, supporting each other, using abilities carefully, and generally making the game look awfully good fun. None of that would ever happen with the people I play with. We won’t carefully orchestrate and execute plans, we’ll run around doing as we please, whether that’s chasing the glory of murdering particularly tough enemies or pausing to admire holographic reactions of people caught in the disaster. It’ll be chaotic, and awesome.
The Paris-set stabathon has “the largest playground in the series to date”, and offers large crowd-filled scenes and the ability to switch between the main free world and incredibly detailed internal locations without pause. The mission shown on stage during Microsoft’s press conference saw four Assassins battle together to infiltrate a palace and throw the upper crust fop Marquis de Buillon from a balcony. He survives, miraculously, but only to have a worse fate thrust upon him. Will you play it?
The graphics look impressive, especially the facial animations. There are a few elements that look interesting, such as jet packs, a laser rifle, and grenades that ‘paint’ enemies with digital red pixels so you can see where they are. Oh, and there’s a swarm of drones that move about like sentinels from The Matrix movies. The next chapter in the multi-million dollar selling Call of Duty franchise will take place in a futuristic setting and will be released on November 4 on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. Will you play it?
Control VR’s wearable technology makes the unthinkable possible with its glove-like device that turns the hands of its users into virtual reality controllers. Check it out on Kickstarter.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, next-generation open world role-playing game, set in a fantasy universe full of meaningful choices and impactful consequences. You play as Geralt of Rivia, one of a dying caste of monster hunters, and embark on an epic journey in a war-ravaged world that will inevitably lead you to confront a foe darker than anything humanity has faced so far—the Wild Hunt. The game is scheduled to launch February 24th, 2015 and will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
“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?