Grand Theft Auto V is not only a preposterously enjoyable video game, but also an intelligent and sharp-tongued satire of contemporary America. It represents a refinement of everything that GTA IV brought to the table five years ago. It’s technically more accomplished in every conceivable way, but it’s also tremendously ambitious in its own right. No other world in video games comes close to this in size or scope, and there is sharp intelligence behind its sense of humour and gift for mayhem.
Everyone loves a good zombie killing weapon, especially within the categories of shotguns, flamethrowers and… you guessed it, lightsabers. The newest video for Dead Rising 3 sports some new vehicles on display, some new outfits for the character to wear and new custom weapons doing zombies in the way a pro-zombie killer would. Will you play it?
Something which is often lost in the trailers of in-game footage of Watch Dogs is that at its heart it’s an open world game not simply a linear story with lots of freedom. This isn’t Deus Ex, it’s Grand Theft Auto with a smart phone. This new footage aims to address that gap in presentation. It’s 15 minutes of a player wandering about the world and playing non-mission content. Do you want this game?
We are currently living through a zombie infestation, not of actual zombies but of zombie-related material. They are everywhere, in our theaters, on our TVs and in our books and ads. Just like on most games and films, not all zombies are created equal, some are terrifying and some are terrible. This particular game looks awesome, will you play it?
Check out this incredible CGI trailer is for ‘War Thunder’, a massive online World War 2 combat game available on PC and now PlayStation 4. This video is called War Thunder Heroes and encompasses the entire vision of the game, where aircrafts, ground vehicles and naval forces are locked in a full-scale global conflict!
We’ve followed GTA V obsessively since the game was first announced, and every teaser gets us more and more excited for the release date. This one-minute clip lays out the game’s world like an awesome heist movie, complete with the explosions, clever dialogue, music and criminal behavior. Only this ain’t a movie, this is a next-level gaming experience.
There is a good reason Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall vacuumed up a bathtubful of awards when it was unveiled at E3, and you see a lot of them in this latest trailer. Experience Titanfall’s fast-paced, vertical combat with this new, cinematic multiplayer gameplay video featuring Attrition Mode on a new map called Angel City. Will you play it?