Not one, not two, but three brand new trailers for GTA V is out today. Each of these trailers is dedicated to the game’s three characters: Michael, Trevor, and Franklin.
The trailers look awesome! The game is due out on September 17 on PS3 and Xbox 360. It isn’t known whether it will be released on PC and Wii U.
I can’t help but be excited about Citadel, the final piece of single-player DLC for Mass Effect 3. Conspiracies, hanging out with friends, and going on one last adventure with old friends and partners? Definitely the last hurrah for Shepard and crew. It comes out tomorrow.
Hollywood is increasingly getting attracted to videogames. So, it isn’t truly surprising to see Willem Dafoe–a veteran, Oscar-nominated actor–making an integral appearance in Beyond: Two Souls. He looks great in it. I’ve been a fan of his work and can’t wait to see how his performance turns out in this game.
What’s more interesting is how the technology to capture motion has changed. They are now simultaneously capturing both body and facial movements. The results are quite brilliant, as far as Beyond‘s videos go. Can’t wait to see the final product! You can see an interview with Dafoe and the motion capture technology I talked about after the jump.
Here’s an interesting trailer for DARK, a stealth action/RPG coming to PC and Xbox 360 sometime next year. This third-person game has you taking on the role of a vampire as he takes on a “shadowy” corporation.
A new video for Sleeping Dogs is out today, showing off the game’s features. It is due out in August on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
This excellent Metro Last Light live-action trailer is going to make you feel bad for humanity for the rest of the day.
Here’s a new gameplay trailer from Far Cry 3, which looks maddeningly beautiful.
Following its payment to the state, 38 Studios has released a flyby video that showcases the world of Project Copernicus. It is an MMO set in Amalur’s world; it’s set to launch in June 2013.
The clip shows off some of the environments you’ll face, as well as some dramatic architecture.
Being Spider-man has its perks, I believe. Imagine swinging about New York City, grabbing breathtaking views from skyscrapers, and getting to your destination without having to go through any gridlocks. That’s what Beenox is trying to capture in the upcoming movie tie-in The Amazing Spider-Man. They have developed a context-sensitive system dubbed ‘Web Rush’.
Activating it will slow down time and let you select a route or course of action. Spider-man then pulls a wide variety of tricks to automatically perform that. It seems like a glorified context-sensitive menu, but hey, it should be fun, right?
The game is due out on PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, 3DS and DS on June 26. Check out the trailer below.
A new video for Epic Mickey 2 goes behind the scenes of its development. Game director Warren Spector touches upon the world of the Wasteland, and talks about the capabilities of the PS3 and Xbox 360, among other things.
The game is due out this fall on PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii.