Burning Crosses And Bible Verses Haunt This New Teaser Trailer

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The sequel to 2013’s house of survival horror, Outlast, finally has a release window. A new teaser trailer accompanying the announcement also promises to bring the unholy side of evil to the mix.

The teaser trailer most prominently features a burning upside down cross slowly coming into view. Referred to as the Cross of St. Peter or Petrin Cross, the upside down cross is commonly regarded as an anti-authority or anti-Christian icon. The original Outlast had its fair share of religious iconography, particularly the insane priest Father Martin, who blindly worshipped the ghostly Walrider.

The voice heard in the teaser also seems to be reciting portions of verses found in the Book of Revelations in the Christian Bible, stating “She made all nations drink the wine of the wrath of her fornication. And the smoke of their torment ascends forever and ever.” It seems players can expect religious fanaticism to play some role in the game.

Learn The Ins And Outs The Simultaneous Turn System

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Learn The Ins And Outs The Simultaneous Turn System

Trion Worlds has unveiled a new video for Atlas Reactor, its upcoming team-based tactics game. In it, Trion breaks down the various phases of the game’s simultaneous turn system.

Strategies showcased include predicting and evading incoming assaults, as well as how to counter such foresight. Team gameplay gets some spotlight, demonstrating the ways players can coordinate their turn phases to plan both offensive and defensive maneuvers. For more on how Atlas Reactor blends tun-based action with cooperative play, check out our preview from PAX Prime earlier this year. 

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Square Enix Shows Off Platinum Games’ Nier: Automata Gameplay

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Square Enix Shows Off Platinum Games’ Nier: Automata Gameplay

We haven’t heard much about Square Enix’s new Nier title since its announcement at E3, but Paris Games Week brings a nice surprise. A new trailer features Platinum’s high-flying gameplay and new details about the game.

Nier: Automata stars an infantry android named 2B, who fights with both sword and gunfire from her “pod.” The story centers around an otherworldly invasion, as the attackers deploy machines of war around the world. 

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Agent 47 Visits Coastal Italy In Latest Hitman Location Shoot

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Up until now, all we’ve seen of IO Interactive’s upcoming Hitman is the Showstopper fashion show level in Paris. Today, we take a trip with Agent 47 to the fictional town of Sapienza in the south of Italy.

The video below gives us a brief overview of the different locations we’ll be able to explore and use for our assassinations. The seaside villa, nearby ruins, and a church are just some of the venues available.

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The Ork Fleet Ravages The Galaxy In New Screenshots

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As hinted in the closing moments of the most recent gameplay trailer, Orks are coming to Battlefleet Gothic: Armada. You can admire these brutish creatures’ ships in some new screenshots.

Ork’s travel the cosmos in slapped-together warships comprised of scrap metal, remnants of other ships, and, occasionally, asteroids. Their fleets won’t win any beauty contests, but their high durability and overwhelming firepower compensate for any visual drawbacks.  

Battlestar Gothic: Armada is an RTS game adapted from Games Workshop's classic tabletop game. Players command and manage massive fleets of galactic battleships, which can be customized and dispatched into epic space conflicts. 

David Cage On Detroit: Become Human – 'We Didn't Want To Do Sci-Fi'

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David Cage On Detroit: Become Human – 'We Didn't Want To Do Sci-Fi'

Heavy Rain developer Quantic Dream debuted its new PS4 title, Detroit: Become Human yesterday at Sony's Paris Games Week press conference – a resurrection of the Kara tech demo the studio made in 2011. A new video for the game featuring creator David Cage sheds some more light on the game and the developer's approach.

In the video Cage discusses the reasoning behind choosing Detroit and the game's timeframe, the tech behind the title, and how it relates to the developer's previous story- and choice-based games.

For more on Detroit: Become Human, take a look at yesterday's debut in-game trailer. Also be sure to watch the riveting, original Kara tech demo and catch Cage's thoughts on tech demos.

Five Ups, Five Downs - The Good And Bad Of Battleborn Right Now

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A few weeks ago, I had the chance to go hands on with Battleborn again. The preview consisted of a new co-op story mission, our first opportunity to see how missions play out in single-player, and two multiplayer modes.

In many ways, playing Battleborn is like walking into a house that’s a fixer-upper. I can see the potential. The game has good “bones.” It just needs some love.

Gearbox has time to improve upon the things that work and fix the elements that aren't coming together yet. Here are five of the strong points and another five elements that need some attention before the game's February 9, 2016 launch.

Meet A Giant Mouse In The First Extensive Gameplay Trailer

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Meet A Giant Mouse In The First Extensive Gameplay Trailer

PlayStation and Media Molecule showed off an extensive first look at the gameplay of Dreams at the Paris Games Week event today. The demo showed off a verdant forest and spooky crypt the player can interact with.

Creative Director Mark Healey and Technical Director Alex Evans demoed Dreams in a new video. The demo featured the “Imp,” a primary tool of the game’s creation and manipulation engine.

The player character, in this case a cutesy bipedal bear, enters a gentle meadow, where the player can place objects like trees and manipulate the environment. Once inside a spooky crypt, the player meets a gargantuan mouse. The final portion features a massive mountain of cake the player can manipulate, including constructing a bridge of pink wafers to reach the top.

Check Out The First In-Game Footage Of New Heroes And Villains

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PlayStation debuted the first in-game footage of additional Star Wars hero and villain characters at the Paris Games Week event today. Characters including Han Solo, Leia Organa, Emperor Palpatine and more got their moment in the spotlight highlighting their various powers.

The trailer features all the confirmed playable hero and villain characters, including Boba Fett, Han Solo, Leia Organa, Emperor Palpatine, Darth Vader, and Luke Skywalker. Star Wars famous father and son were playable in the open beta this month.

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