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As part of New York Comic Con, Square Enix has released an epic eight minute trailer for Final Fantasy XIII-2, entitled, ‘Change the Future’. This trailer is an extension of the footage shown at the Tokyo Game Show last month, and reveals some intriguing new information.
Assault Horizon is the latest addition to the storied Ace Combat series. Developer, Project Aces has made a concerted effort to break away from the increasingly stale gameplay principles that relegated previous games to practical irrelevancy.
With the future of the franchise likely tied to the success of the game, its make or break time.
Ghost Rider has invaded the New York Comic-Con as Zen Studios has released the latest trailer for Marvel Pinball: Vengeance and Virture Ghost Rider.
The trailer features everything we’ve come to expect from a Marvel Pinball table; awesome character animations, challenging obstacles and missions, and high scoring pinball action.
Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken is “a cinematic platform adventure game where you take on the role of a badass chicken who sets out to destroy an evil totalitarian penguin regime.” That, at least, is a summary of the game from its developer Ratloop Asia.
Do you find your Call of Duty experience lacking a certain punch? Do you yawn during firefights and nod off while the building you’re in explodes around you?
Activision’s got the answer, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. A yet even purer action experience for those of us that need a little something extra get their fix these days.
Last week SEGA teased games with images containing Japanese text in red, and now we know exactly the meaning of them. SEGA has annouced that Yakuza: Dead Souls will be coming to North America and Europe in March 2012, exclusively on the PS3.
RAGE has arrived PS3 fans and we’ve got the trailer to prove it.
What is the Darkness exactly? Where did it come from and what does it want?
This paranoid tweaker is about to drop some serious knowledge.
The Battlefield 3 beta has officially commenced and to help spread the word of its envisioned dominance EA have called upon the talents of the one, the only, the Hova, Jay-Z.
The Hitman: Absolution demo at Eurogamer Expo has a smashing start, literally. It begins with Agent 47 — the bald, genetically modified assassin from all Hitman games — smashing headfirst through a window. The act is voluntary, of course; he is trying to find a quiet place to hide from the cops.
Thus far, 2011 has been a gilded year for Crytek. The haloed Crysis series made its mark on the console market in March with the much lauded Crysis 2.
Given the warm reception Crysis 2 received, Crytek have decided to bring console gamers full circle with the offering of the original Crysis via PSN download next month. If these screenshots are any indication the game will maintain the renowned presentation quality established by Crysis four years prior.
As well as the main Uncharted 3 conference, PS3 Attitude was also invited to a more private developer session with Richard Lemarchand and Nolan North, on Saturday afternoon. Sadly, we weren’t allowed to film some of it, but we were at least able to shoot the Q&A that rounded off the meeting.
Of the dozens of games at the Eurogamer Expo, the title PS3 Attitude was most interested in hearing about was Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. We’ve already shown you arguably the highlight of the entire event, but the rest of it was pretty good too!…
We have now reached the final entry in our ‘20 Days of PSN’. It’s a journey that began with survival horror title Siren: Blood Curse and featured many gems along the way, such as Limbo, Braid and WipEout HD. In at #2 came Q-Games’ physics-based puzzler PixelJunk Shooter, and it takes something special to out-do that. So without further ado, let’s introduce Flower, the best of PSN.
What was once PixelJunk Lifelike is now PixelJunk 4am. The upcoming downloadable title from Q-Games, makers of, well the PixelJunk series has flipped the script on us at the Tokyo Games Show.
Q-Games president Dylan Cuthbert (@dylancuthbert) would like to explain.
The first round of downloadable content for Ubisoft’s critically-acclaimed Deus Ex: Human Revolution has been titled and dated. Take a look at the trailer to find out what is in store for Adam Jensen.
You may not be familiar with any of the fighters in Supremacy MMA. It certainly has fewer stars than UFC Undisputed, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t care about these guys.
Supremacy MMA’s tagline reads “every fighter has a story”. The developer Kung Fu Factory shows this by having a story mode that actually explores the histories and personalities of the fighters, and looks to find out why they fight. Respect is also shown to their fighting styles.
No two fighters fight the same way, and every fighter has their own reasons for fighting. These are the stars of Supremacy MMA…
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is set in the year 2027 and features biomechanical augmentations that allow humans to essentially transcend their physical bodies and execute tasks that would otherwise seem impossible. While Deus Ex may take place in a fictional world, the technology present in it isn’t as far fetched as you might think.
Deus Ex Machina literally means ‘god out of machine,’ referring to ancient Greek dramas in which a god would be introduced into a play in order resolve some improbable plot. In Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the player takes on the role of Adam Jensen, a man turned mostly machine after a deadly attack at Sarif Industries. In an effort to discover who is behind the attack, Adam becomes entangled in a mess of conspiracies, lies, and deception. The choices you make throughout the game determine the fate of humanity.
Will you strive to do what is right, regardless of the situation, or will you embrace the machine in you and live as a god?