Catch Up With The Horseman Of The Apocalypse In Darksiders III Intro Video

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Catch Up With The Horseman Of The Apocalypse In Darksiders III Intro Video

The third installment of the Darksiders series is coming out next week. In anticipation of the launch, THQ Nordic released a three-minute intro to prepare you for the battle. Watch the video below to remind yourself of the characters and the world before picking up the game.

Darksiders III releases November 27 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Watch our Darksiders III interview with David Adams to get the latest scoop on the game. You can also read about the two already-announced post-game DLC pieces for Darksiders III here. 

[Source: THQ Nordic]

New Just Cause 4 Trailer Dives Into Biomes, Microjets, And Destructibility

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New Just Cause 4 Trailer Dives Into Biomes, Microjets, And Destructibility

The latest Just Cause 4 trailer has dropped, and with it, fans of the destructive, high-octane South American sandbox should have plenty of reasons be excited for the latest installment.

Set in the fictional city of Solis, the trailer showcases the new playable landmass which Avalanche Studios says will be the largest in series history, brimming with diverse biomes modeled after real-life South American geography. Built around its new Apex Engine the trailer also gives fans another glimpse into the new extreme weather systems, giving us blizzards and tornadoes, as Rico Rodriguez drop kicks enemies using his now-upgradeable grappling hook and fires off rounds with what appears to be a railgun. 

Promising more weapons, vehicles, and destructibility than ever before, Avalanche says this Just Cause will be a “landmark entry in the series,” and the way the trailer looks, this doesn’t seem too far off the mark. But you don’t have to take our word for it, check out the trailer below to see all the beautiful, over-the-top destruction for yourself.

New Just Cause 4 Trailer Dives Into Biomes, Microjets, And Destructibility

about X hours ago from
New Just Cause 4 Trailer Dives Into Biomes, Microjets, And Destructibility

The latest Just Cause 4 trailer has dropped, and with it, fans of the destructive, high-octane South American sandbox should have plenty of reasons be excited for the latest installment.

Set in the fictional city of Solis, the trailer showcases the new playable landmass which Avalanche Studios says will be the largest in series history, brimming with diverse biomes modeled after real-life South American geography. Built around its new Apex Engine the trailer also gives fans another glimpse into the new extreme weather systems, giving us blizzards and tornadoes, as Rico Rodriguez drop kicks enemies using his now-upgradeable grappling hook and fires off rounds with what appears to be a railgun. 

Promising more weapons, vehicles, and destructibility than ever before, Avalanche says this Just Cause will be a “landmark entry in the series,” and the way the trailer looks, this doesn’t seem too far off the mark. But you don’t have to take our word for it, check out the trailer below to see all the beautiful, over-the-top destruction for yourself.

One Piece: World Seeker Trailer Announces March Release Date, Shows Off Gum Gum Abilities And Skill Tree

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One Piece: World Seeker Trailer Announces March Release Date, Shows Off Gum Gum Abilities And Skill Tree

Get ready to stretch and glide around as Luffy in a big open world, as One Piece: World Seeker has been slated for a March release.

The new trailer shows off Luffy's Gum Gum abilities he can use for exploration and traversal, as well as for combat. We also get a glimpse of the skill tree players can work through over the course of the adventure.

You can see these and more in the trailer below.

One Piece: World Seeker Trailer Announces March Release Date, Shows Off Gum Gum Abilities And Skill Tree

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One Piece: World Seeker Trailer Announces March Release Date, Shows Off Gum Gum Abilities And Skill Tree

Get ready to stretch and glide around as Luffy in a big open world, as One Piece: World Seeker has been slated for a March release.

The new trailer shows off Luffy's Gum Gum abilities he can use for exploration and traversal, as well as for combat. We also get a glimpse of the skill tree players can work through over the course of the adventure.

You can see these and more in the trailer below.

Left Alive's Character Trailer Shows Off The Interplay Between Protagonists

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Left Alive's Character Trailer Shows Off The Interplay Between Protagonists

Square Enix dropped a new Left Alive trailer today, the newest game in the Front Mission universe that seems to be incredibly influenced by the Metal Gear Solid games. The title features multiple protagonists, survivors of a major military excursion in the city of Novo Slava, and interweaves the story between them, which the trailer does its best to show off.

You can check out the Survivors trailer below.

You also get a pretty good look at both the on-foot and mech gameplay of Left Alive, the first games of its type with the more strategy-based other Front Mission games. If the art reminds you of Metal Gear Solid as well, that's because Yoji Shinkawa of Metal Gear fame designed the characters.

Left Alive's Character Trailer Shows Off The Interplay Between Protagonists

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Left Alive's Character Trailer Shows Off The Interplay Between Protagonists

Square Enix dropped a new Left Alive trailer today, the newest game in the Front Mission universe that seems to be incredibly influenced by the Metal Gear Solid games. The title features multiple protagonists, survivors of a major military excursion in the city of Novo Slava, and interweaves the story between them, which the trailer does its best to show off.

You can check out the Survivors trailer below.

You also get a pretty good look at both the on-foot and mech gameplay of Left Alive, the first games of its type with the more strategy-based other Front Mission games. If the art reminds you of Metal Gear Solid as well, that's because Yoji Shinkawa of Metal Gear fame designed the characters.

God Eater 3's Intro Emphasizes Its Art Style

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God Eater 3's Intro Emphasizes Its Art Style

Bandai Namco has released the intro for God Eater 3 as its own separate trailer, so if three God Eater games down the line you still don't have a good sense of the series tone, this intro trailer will likely dispel all doubt for you. The intro was animated by animation studio Ufotable, which did the actual God Eater TV series. It's set to a track titled Stereo Future by idol group BiSH. 

Check it out below.

God Eater 3 is the first title in the series to be made entirely for console graphical standards, where previous games also included Vita versions, as well. The title is also the first game in the series to be developed by Marvelous, as the God Eater team from the previous games is currently working on Souls-like action game Code Vein, which has been delayed into 2018.

God Eater 3's Intro Emphasizes Its Art Style

about X hours ago from
God Eater 3's Intro Emphasizes Its Art Style

Bandai Namco has released the intro for God Eater 3 as its own separate trailer, so if three God Eater games down the line you still don't have a good sense of the series tone, this intro trailer will likely dispel all doubt for you. The intro was animated by animation studio Ufotable, which did the actual God Eater TV series. It's set to a track titled Stereo Future by idol group BiSH. 

Check it out below.

God Eater 3 is the first title in the series to be made entirely for console graphical standards, where previous games also included Vita versions, as well. The title is also the first game in the series to be developed by Marvelous, as the God Eater team from the previous games is currently working on Souls-like action game Code Vein, which has been delayed into 2019.

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It would be difficult to set out to make a game like Contra and not have it look exactly like Contra, so why not just lean into it instead? That's pretty much what Blazing Chrome is setting out to do and it was obvious when we first took note of it at PAX East earlier this year, but every new trailer completely reinforces it. The developer has announced that you'll be running and gunning in early 2019 and have officially announced a Switch version will come in tow.

Check out the new environments trailer below.

Developer JoyMasher has announced that the game will be releasing in early 2019, just missing its 2018 target date. However, this does give time for the newly-announced Switch release to launch alongside the other versions, so you can take it on the go from day one.