Live Through The End Of The World In New Trailer

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Live Through The End Of The World In New Trailer

Human Head Studios, the developer behind 2006's Prey, released a pre-alpha trailer for Rune: Ragnarok. The game provides a world-ending twist on a classic franchise.

The new trailer gives us a taste of the various locales and grisly combat as man, beasts, and even the trickster god Loki fight for survival. The original Rune launched in 2000 and it was a hack-and-slash action adventure game that received fairly good reviews. Hopefully, this long-awaited sequel can hold up in today’s climate.

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Developers Talk Returning To The Series Roots

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Developers Talk Returning To The Series Roots

The developers behind one of the year's first big games get together to talk about their inspirations for Monster Hunter: World, how the monsters function as part of the ecosystem, and what the original prototypes looked like.

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Monster Hunter: World releases on January 26 for PS4 and Xbox One. For more info on this monsterous game, check out our coverage hub full of exclusive features and videos.

Realism Is The True Ruler In This Medieval RPG

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Realism Is The True Ruler In This Medieval RPG

A new 16-plus minute trailer for Kingdom Come: Deliverance shows off the game’s gorgeous world and myriad, deeply realistic facets.

Drawing on real events from 1403 within the Holy Roman Empire, players assume the role of Henry, the son of a village blacksmith. The trailer starts with Henry investigating a camp of bandits with a stealthy approach followed by gritty swordplay. There are no reticles when using archery, so players must rely purely on their eyes. The combat, based on 15th century techniques, relies on hitting one of six strike zones and perfectly timed blocks, the former of which drains stamina. This isn’t Skyrim. You can’t jump into a bandit camp and one-shot everyone, or wipe out a town with fireballs. Kingdom Come’s combat seems to be built around careful planning, intricacy, and realism for intense one-on-one duels.

Stoic Announces Release Window With Fasolt Character Trailer

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Stoic Announces Release Window With Fasolt Character Trailer

Publisher Versus Evil along with developer Stoic announced a Summer release for the final installment of the Viking role playing game, Banner Saga 3.

This vignette trailer focuses on the Fasolt, the Loyalist, leading an army towards the human capital to avenge his fallen comrades and restore honor to the Varl. Character trailers are often an effective promotional tool and we can expect more Banner Saga 3 trailers as we head toward the anticipated conclusion of this cult indie franchise.

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The Final Pre-release Trailers Launch The Game And Detail Android 21

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The Final Pre-release Trailers Launch The Game And Detail Android 21

Dragon Ball FighterZ launches on Friday, and Bandai Namco has two final trailers for the game. One launches it, and one officially reveals Android 21.

You can check out the launch trailer below, which doesn't show anything new, but is a good reminder that FighterZ is a visual powerhouse.

Below you will find Android 21's character trailer. You get to see her transformation from Android into Majin, and see some of her special abilities.

New Trailer Sets Its Zombie Destroying Co-op Action To The Tune Of Ballroom Blitz

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New Trailer Sets Its Zombie Destroying Co-op Action To The Tune Of Ballroom Blitz

The latest trailer for Metal Gear Survive shows off lots of zombie destroying action with the song Ballroom Blitz joyfully orchestrating the violence.

It's... weird. But also maybe the right call? This trailer definitely does not make it feel like a Metal Gear, and maybe that's the sort of marketing this game needs. Survive uses Metal Gear Solid V's gameplay, but it's not a Metal Gear game.

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One Piece's Open World Game World Seeker Gets A Collection Of New Screenshots

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One Piece's Open World Game World Seeker Gets A Collection Of New Screenshots

The open world One Piece game, subtitled World Seeker, has a collection of new screenshots, but not many new details.

We know the game will be open world, which is exciting considering one of One Piece's strongest elements is the fiction of its world and the world-building. We also know you will play as Luffy, he will have access to his gum-gum abilities like the gum-gum rocket (which he will able to use like a grappling hook to move around the world), the elephant gatling gun, and the gum-gum UFO, and we know you will be exploring castle, farm, city, and beach locations, though the game's press release does promise more.

We know platforms, too – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The date is a vague 2018, unfortunately. You can check out all the screens in the gallery below. For more on One Piece: World Seeker, head here.

We Happy Few Slips To Summer Release, Reveals Second Playable Character

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We Happy Few Slips To Summer Release, Reveals Second Playable Character

We Happy Few's developer, Compulsion Games, released a few new tidbits about the dystopian game, including a look at a new playable character, Sally. The devs say in a new video that they're taking player feedback seriously, and have retooled the story to incorporate bigger moments earlier on. Those changes mean players will have to be a little more patient, however.

The game was originally set for an April 13 release, but it's now been pushed to sometime this summer. The video below explains the decisions in greater detail. More interestingly, it shows off Sally. From what little we can see, it appears as though she's able to bewitch her enemies. Then again, maybe she just likes to dance?

[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCb7GIwiUxw:610:343]

Kiryu Battles Sharks, Pacifies Babies In New Minigames Trailer

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Kiryu Battles Sharks, Pacifies Babies In New Minigames Trailer

The Yakuza series has given players a wealth of optional minigames and activities over the years, and Yakuza 6: The Song of Life keeps that streak alive. A new trailer for the upcoming game shows how Kiryu can fill his days managing a cat cafe, playing Virtua Fighter V, putting on a wetsuit and spear-fishing, and much more.

Take a look at the clip below for a rapid-fire look at some of the game's diversions. Some of them are bound to be familiar to fans, such as darts, the hostess club, and the batting cage. Others are new, such as the ability to play Puyo Puyo and Virtua Fighter V in arcades, and babysitting. It looks like Kiryu is good at silencing his enemies, as well as unhappy infants. Who knew?

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The God of Destruction Shows Off His Skills

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The God of Destruction Shows Off His Skills

A new character trailer has dropped for Dragon Ball Fighter Z's God of Destruction of Universe 7, Beerus.

In the new trailer, Beerus, walking in alongside his attendant Whis, beats down on Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku. Beerus uses orbs and powerful ki blasts to both keep the opponent away and bounce them around like a plaything (or a ball of yarn).

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