Detroit: Become Human Trailer Foretells An Android Uprising

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Detroit: Become Human Trailer Foretells An Android Uprising

We already knew Detroit: Become Human would delve into the conflict between androids and humans in its world from multiple perspectives. The latest trailer for the game shows us a third perspective: Marcus, the leader of the android uprising.

The trailer encapsulates Marcus' story: Early on, he leads a heist against a store which keeps android for sale like commodities. Using their robotic bodies to heat pipes and break into the store, the android gang is eventually found out and chased by the police. Over time, Marcus becomes a central figure in the android rebellion, as those he frees begin following him as a leader.

We also get to see a bit of gameplay, though our brief glimpse doesn't make it exactly clear how much freedom the controls will allow us. The camera seems more distant than previous David Cage games, which could suggest more movement options. Marcus is also handed a gun at some point, which could hint at some shooter gameplay, though this could simply be a story choice.

Kratos Resurfaces In New God Of War

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Kratos Resurfaces In New God Of War

At E3 2016, Sony left some jaws on the floor when it opened its showcase with a look at the brand new God of War. While the game didn't open the 2017 event, we still got another look at Kratos new adventure in a strange, new land.

The new material focuses on Kratos and his son, with the Spartan legend teaching the boy about what it means to be a warrior. A more subdued (and less shouting-prone) Kratos still mows through legions of bad guys, but he doesn't do it with his signature chain blades. Instead, an icy axe (that returns to him when thrown) is his weapon of choice, though we also see him using a shield and his bare hands to tear enemies – like humanoid beasts – apart.

In case you were afraid that the more intimate story and regular-sized enemies might mean that the signature scale of God of War has diminished, the footage concludes with a beast of epic proportions. Kratos and his son encounter the World Serpent, a massive and sinister-looking creature that would rival any of Kratos' previous foes. Then, the World Serpent says is wants to help.

Kratos Resurfaces In New God Of War

about X hours ago from
Kratos Resurfaces In New God Of War

At E3 2016, Sony left some jaws on the floor when it opened its showcase with a look at the brand-new God of War. While the game didn't open the 2017 event, we still got another look at Kratos' new adventure in a strange, new land.

The new material focuses on Kratos and his son, with the Spartan legend teaching the boy about what it means to be a warrior. A more subdued (and less shouting-prone) Kratos still mows through legions of bad guys, but he doesn't do it with his signature chain blades. Instead, an icy ax (that returns to him when thrown) is his weapon of choice, though we also see him using a shield and his bare hands to tear enemies – like humanoid beasts – apart.

In case you were afraid that the more intimate story and regular-sized enemies might mean that the signature scale of God of War has diminished, the footage concludes with a beast of epic proportions. Kratos and his son encounter the World Serpent, a massive and sinister-looking creature that would rival any of Kratos' previous foes. Then, the World Serpent says it wants to help.

New Call Of Duty: WWII Multiplayer Trailer Takes Place On All Fronts

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New Call Of Duty: WWII Multiplayer Trailer Takes Place On All Fronts

A new Call of Duty: WWII trailer was unveiled at Sony's press conference, highlighting its wide-ranging battlefields.

From warfare in rubble-filled streets to the eastern front to battles at sea and bombers being shelled by anti-aircraft guns, the trailer shows it all. Players will form up in divisions and take advantage of various specializations in the game's new War mode to complete multiple objectives as a team.

Call of Duty: WWII is out on November 3 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Supermassive Games Announces Unsettling PSVR Title The Inpatient

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Supermassive Games Announces Unsettling PSVR Title The Inpatient

Tonight at the Sony E3 press conference, Supermassive Games announced that it is doing a PSVR title called The Inpatient.

The game's debut trailer set an unsettling scene of a hospital/psychiatric ward with an older doctor assuring the player that he's there to help. And that in and of itself, given the context, is a little scary...

Given the developer's experience with Until Dawn, we're sure it'll nail the scares. No date was given for The Inpatient.

Supermassive Games' Unsettling PSVR Title The Inpatient

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Supermassive Games' Unsettling PSVR Title The Inpatient

Tonight at the Sony E3 press conference, Supermassive Games announced that it is doing a PSVR title called The Inpatient.

The game's debut trailer set an unsettling scene of a hospital/psychiatric ward with an older doctor assuring the player that he's there to help. And that in and of itself, given the context, is a little scary...

Given the developer's experience with Until Dawn, we're sure they'll nail the scares. No date was given for The Inpatient.

Star Child Is A Sci-Fi Game On A Foreign Planet, Coming To PlayStation VR

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Star Child Is A Sci-Fi Game On A Foreign Planet, Coming To PlayStation VR

While VR games mostly focus on first-person interactive experiences, Playful Studios unveiled a sci-fi game that takes place in a futuristic, mechanical world at Sony's press conference. It looks to be a platformer, though details are slim. We see a young woman making her way through colorful, neon-lit environments on a foreign planet.

The game is announced for PlayStation VR, though no release date was revealed. Once the trailer becomes available we will add it here. For more on Sony's press conference, watch it now.

Skyrim And New Final Fantasy XV Fishing Game Coming To PlayStation VR

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Skyrim And New Final Fantasy XV Fishing Game Coming To PlayStation VR

Bethesda is bringing the hugely popular (and best RPG of all time, according to us), is coming to PlayStation VR, and Square Enix has a new Final Fantasy XV VR fishing game.

The Skyrim trailer didn't reveal any new content, but did show that players will have full control of their hands, and consequently, their weapons.

For Final Fantasy XV, the content is called Monster of the Deep and lets Noctis fish in VR. It is coming in September.

Skyrim And New Final Fantasy XV Fishing Game Coming To PlayStation VR

about X hours ago from
Skyrim And New Final Fantasy XV Fishing Game Coming To PlayStation VR

Bethesda is bringing its hugely popular (and best RPG of all time, according to us) to PlayStation VR, and Square Enix has a new Final Fantasy XV VR fishing game.

The Skyrim trailer didn't reveal any new content, but did show that players will have full control of their hands, and consequently, their weapons.

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