The Jon Favereau directed live action trailer for Bungie's next sci-fi epic has been released upon the world. The trailer reflects the core themes of Destiny, specifically reinforcing that teamwork will be key to success. Whilst undeniably epic, the trailer still fails to show us any actual gameplay. We can only assume that the gameplay reveal will come at Sony's E3 conference in a few weeks time.
Check out the trailer, and let us know if you're excited for Destiny in the comments below.This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Live Action Destiny Trailer Unveiled - News
Warner Bros. and Techland announced a new IP today. The game, called Dying Light, is a first person action survival horror title with a "portentous day-night cycle set in a vast open world". It's set for a 2014 release on the following platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.
Techland are perhaps best known for their work on the Dead Island franchise in recent years, and sure enough Dying Light looks remarkably similar in the following screenshots:
"During the day, players will traverse an expansive urban environment overrun by a vicious outbreak, scavenging the world for supplies and crafting weapons to defend against the growing infected population. At night, the hunter becomes the hunted, as the infected become aggressive and more dangerous. Most frightening are the predators which only appear after sundown. Players must use everything in their power to survive until the morning's first light."This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Dying Light Announced for Current and Next Gen Platforms - News
Housemarque, the independent development team behind Super Stardust HD for the PlayStation 3 and, more recently, Super Stardust Delta for the PlayStation Vita have announced that they're developing a spiritual successor to the franchise, exclusively for the PlayStation 4:
"We are super excited to be working on Sony’s next-gen hardware," said Housemarque’s CEO Ilari Kuittinen. “The platform’s performances are enabling us to do things that wouldn’t be possible otherwise and we truly believe that better technology can lead to better gameplay. The more tools and resources we have at our disposal, the better. Think of Super Stardust HD: at the time, PlayStation 3 gave us the opportunity to populate the game with thousands of interactive objects and implement the game’s famous ‘spherical gameplay’. Today, we can take advantage of the architecture of PlayStation 4 to create incredible visuals with direct impact on the way the new game feels."This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Spiritual Successor to Super Stardust set for PlayStation 4 - News
While it’s only been on the air for about 4 1/2 years, VH1 Classic’s That Metal Show will kick off it’s 12th season next Saturday. Among the highlights of this season will be the show’s 100th episode. The show, which is hosted by Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine will kick off with Jason Newsted, [...]
"Multi action-adventure" title will feature 4-player co-op
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Just weeks after a dust-up involving the banning and reinstatement of Image Comics’ Saga #12, digita
Just weeks after a dust-up involving the banning and reinstatement of Image Comics’ Saga #12, digital comics distributor Comixology has once again pulled dozens of comics with explicit content get pulled from their iOS app, Comic Book Resources reports.
Get ready to lop off some heads—first-person slasher Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is having a free wee
Get ready to lop off some heads—first-person slasher Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is having a free weekend on Steam. From now until Sunday at 4PM Eastern, you'll be able to leap into battle and slice and dice for zero bucks. And, if you decide you want to buy the game, it's on sale. Just watch out for those low-gravity battles.
Atari is said to be selling off their game assets in an auction this July to help offset their bankruptcy losses. This move is coming after the company failed to find a buyer for its entire catalogue since filing for bankruptcy back in January.
The auction will be taking place over a span of 4 days in July, and comes after meetings broke down with 180 potential buyers. Atari says it received 15 offers, none of which were satisfactory. The company is hoping an auction format will enable them to yield maximum returns.
Several of Atari's franchises have been confirmed to be up for sale. This list includes, but may not be limited to, Rollercoaster Tycoon (minimum asking bid of $3.5 million), Total Annihilation (minimum asking bid off $250,000), and Test Drive (minimum asking bid of $1.5 million).This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Atari Auctioning Off Assets in July - News
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The reformed Carcass has been teasing Surgical Steel, the group’s first album since 1996’s Swan Song, since the beginning of the year. And even last Monday the UK extreme metal icons were teasing their new label deals via Facebook. Now it’s official: Carcass’ new album will be released by Nuclear Blast worldwide (excluding Japan). While [...]
Skiing great Jonny Moseley types his Tweets one letter at a time, just like the rest of us. And here he is chiming in on an exchange between Kotaku gossip Superannuation, Giant Bomb's Ryan Davis and me. This, folks, is what Twitter was made for. Just no one tell Jonny that Ryan Davis reviewed Jonny's PS2 game back in '02. Harshly. May time mend such wounds.
We don't know what Square Enix is showing at E3 this year, but you'll be able to get the same view as Kotaku: the Final Fantasy makers are planning to run a livestream from their booth.
There’s a Scottish electropop band called CHVRCHES (pronounced “churches”) that’s been making the Pitchforks of the world perk up their ears these past few months. Suffice it to say that although they’re lovely, we’re not going to write about them on Metal Insider. However, before frontwoman Lauren Mayberry was in one of the most buzzed-about bands [...]
Final Fantasy XIV was released in September of 2010, and it wasn't very good. On August 27, nearly three years later, Final Fantasy XIV rises again a realm reborn, and Square Enix is celebrating with a collector's edition that's much better than the original.
I bet you thought that huge thing behind the space marines was going to be a giant worm, or an alien bug or something! Nope, it's an even bigger space marine, with a gatling gun the size of a mid-grade sea vessel. Some very Halo-y piano in there at the end, too. No gameplay yet, but I guess we'll get to see that at E3.
For all the articles and interviews about The Witness, people have been wondering what the experience of playing the next game from the creator of Braid would look like. You can get a glimpse of The Witness in action in an interview on the official PlayStation Blog.
New summer Noitamina show to be announced next week, October to have 2 original series
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When the folks at DeNA asked me if I wanted to talk to the producer of a new G.I. Joe game coming to IOS and Android, I had one question: "Real American Hero G.I. Joe, or movie Joe?" Obviously they answered correctly. Extending the partnership with Hasbro that brought us Transformers Legends, DeNA's G.I. Joe Battleground is a card-based strategy role-playing game that aims to include every character from the series that's ever had an action figure.
GameStop has released its first quarter of its 2013 fiscal year, which ended May 4, 2013. Revenue dropped 6.8 percent to $1.87 billion, from $2.00 billion the same quarter a year ago. Profits for the quarter were also down, to $54.6 million, from $72.5 million.
"GameStop’s continuing margin expansion, growing new businesses and market share gains are the results of executing our strategic plan," said GameStop CEO Paul Raines. "We look forward to capitalizing on the upcoming new console cycle."
New software sales decreased 3.8 percent to $703.2 million, from $731.1 million a year ago. New hardware sales decreased by a massive 30.6 percent to $241.8 million, from $348.6 million. Pre-owned sales decreased to $572.6 million, from $619.0 million. Mobile sales have grown by 290 percent year-on-year, while digital receipts grew 47.3 percent.
Nintendo's plans for E3 this year have taken a lot of people by surprise. Earlier this year, they announced that they will not have a big presentation like previous years and yesterday they confirmed that they will be hosting a Nintendo Direct on June 11th. Today, it has also emerged that Nintendo will be hosting a special Pokémon X and Y themed presentation and Q&A on June 11th at 6pm (PDT).
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