There’s this truly awesome guy called Mike Diva out there who has gone and whipped up a trailer for a Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon: The Movie. We’re all blessed for this amazing creation.
The ‘trailer’ stars Detective Rex “Power” Colt, who is ridding the streets of “cyber shit”. The video is filled with ‘80s gaudiness. There’s nudity, gratuitous violence, insane dialog (“This isn’t part of the prophecy.” “I AM prophecy!”), and a flying cyber shark, of all things.
Meanwhile, The Brothers Rapture is a more serious, somber affair from a group of Vancouver film students. They’ve released a teaser that shows off Plasmids, audio diaries, and the eternal ‘rapture’ between competing schools of thought. The group promises to release the full film on May 13, but if this teaser is any indication, it’s going to be good.
Bethesda has been posting teaser images for their next project, and everyone’s betting money that it is a new Wolfenstein game. All images are posted below.
The collage shows three images, one with the hastag 1960 below. People are speculating that it’s the long rumored Wolfenstein game, which is reportedly in development at Swedish studio Machine Games. The studio was formed by members of Starbreeze, the studio behind excellent games such as The Darkness and Chronicles of Riddick.
This has been confirmed indirectly by Bethesda themselves, who noted that “this morning’s tease is not related to anything @BGS_Devs is working on.”
The game is rumored to make use of idTech5 game engine. There hasn’t been a new Wolfenstein game since 2009. The last entry was average at best, and was made by Raven Software, id Software, and some other studios.
Hotline Miami is undoubtedly one of the best games I’ve ever played. It’s short, fun, and chaotic in just the right amounts, making it a truly unforgettable experience. Devolver Digital, the developer, now seems to be getting in the groove for a sequel it seems. They’ve just posted a mysterious code in the game’s official Twitter account.
The code reads: LSSRUTB UYO SEEL LNLS ERED LEH. There’s a busy Reddit thread that’s trying to solve the code. Some people think it’s an anagram while others believe it’s a cipher. It hasn’t been decoded as of yet, and Facebook and Twitter users are trying to figure it out as well.
Personally, I think someone bashed someone’s face all over the keyboard. You know, because that’s something I’d love to do in Hotline Miami.
The original is available to play on PC and Mac; it’s also due for release on PS3 and PS Vita this spring.
Well, it’s about goddamn time!
A new F.E.A.R. website has gone up, teasing us with the tagline “COMBAT IS COMING”. There’s only a countdown on the site, with 18 days remaining, along with a registration link for those wanting more information.
No details were provided, but many are speculating that this is the about the addition of team-based combat to the horror FPS, though it is yet to be validated.