As the release for Atlus and Cyanide Studios Game of Thrones edges closer, more material is being released for the game.
While it’s going to be a long wait till we all have our hands on EA and Crytek’s sandbox shooter Crysis 3, at least we’ll be having news and videos to sate our appetites.
Here’s a cinematic trailer that bridges the gap between Runic Games Torchlight and it’s impending sequel Torchlight II.
2K and Yager’s Spec Ops: The Line has just gotten bigger. In a new multiplayer mode, players will be able to wage war against each other in Dubai as the remnants of the 33rd group who have split into two factions: the “Damned,” followers of Konrad, and the “Exiles,” who rebelled against him.
The nanosuit is back. According to a press release issued by EA on Monday, Crysis 3 is officially coming.
The first cinematic trailer for Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studios’ Dishonored has hit the web today, and it looks pretty good.
Live action trailers for video games have always been hit or miss: sometimes the trailers turn out to be good and represent the source material pretty well, while other times the live action is silly and feels out of place.
Max Payne is back after all these years, and he’s looking better than ever.
Ridge Racer Unbounded is a interesting experiment, to say the least. A reboot of the classic arcade racer that first appeared in arcades and later the Playstation, the new entry to the series feels nothing like its predecessor.
For all the fans of Agent 47 out there, I have good news for you.