New Trailer Shows Its Fangs

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Just ahead of its June 5 release date, Dontnod has dropped a new Vampyr trailer featuring its Victorian setting and lots of neck-biting.

The developer, whose previous work includes Life is Strange and Remember Me, boasts that each unique citizen can be killed or spared by the vampire protagonist. Each action will summarily affect the fate of the other characters, and of London as a whole. 

Vampyr, despite its infuriating spelling, looks really neat. Dontnod has a great track record in terms of involving storylines, and the combat seems interesting and skill-based. Hopefully this will be a nice reprieve for the dry summer months. 

New Trailer Shows Its Fangs

about X hours ago from
New Trailer Shows Its Fangs

Just ahead of its June 5 release date, Dontnod has dropped a new Vampyr trailer featuring its Victorian setting and lots of neck-biting.

The developer, whose previous work includes Life is Strange and Remember Me, boasts that each unique citizen can be killed or spared by the vampire protagonist. Each action will summarily affect the fate of the other characters, and of London as a whole. 

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New Trailer Highlights The Action-RPG's Bloody Gameplay Pillars

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New Trailer Highlights The Action-RPG's Bloody Gameplay Pillars

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is coming out next week, and there's a lot to do in the action-RPG. Developer Neocore Games has released a lifeline to prospective players in the form of a new trailer. It highlights the game's biggest (and bloodiest) pillars and also shows off plenty of in-game action.

Take a look at the video below to see the game's combat, upgrade paths, cover system, bosses, and much more.

Look for Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 5.

New Trailer Highlights The Action-RPG's Bloody Gameplay Pillars

about X hours ago from
New Trailer Highlights The Action-RPG's Bloody Gameplay Pillars

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is coming out next week, and there's a lot to do in the action-RPG. Developer Neocore Games has released a lifeline to prospective players in the form of a new trailer. It highlights the game's biggest (and bloodiest) pillars and also shows off plenty of in-game action.

Take a look at the video below to see the game's combat, upgrade paths, cover system, bosses, and much more.

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The Mobile Action Game Shows Off Its Moves

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The Mobile Action Game Shows Off Its Moves

World of Demons, the first PlatinumGames title that's made for mobile phones, has a brand new gameplay trailer.

The new trailer shows off more of the action gameplay people have come to expect from PlatinumGames, as well as some of the title's other features, like the demon summoning and asymmetric multiplayer. You can watch the trailer below.

World of Demons is scheduled for release this summer for both iOS and Android.

The Mobile Action Game Shows Off Its Moves

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The Mobile Action Game Shows Off Its Moves

World of Demons, the first PlatinumGames title that's made for mobile phones, has a brand new gameplay trailer.

The new trailer shows off more of the action gameplay people have come to expect from PlatinumGames, as well as some of the title's other features, like the demon summoning and asymmetric multiplayer. You can watch the trailer below.

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New Screenshots Show Off Gory Thrills

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New Screenshots Show Off Gory Thrills

10 Chambers Collective, an indie Swedish company led by Payday developers, made waves last year when it revealed the horror-focused co-op game GTFO. The trailer was brief but got the message across: you and your friends work together to complete objectives while fending off nasty monsters.

We haven't heard much about the game, developed on the Unity engine, since that trailer. However, today 10 Chambers Collective revealed some goopy screenshots that give you a good idea of the level of violence you can expect from the game, as well as a glimpse of a jellyfish-lookin' monster. Scroll down below to see all the screens.

GTFO is due out this year and 10 Chambers Collective says that the game will be playable at E3. For more on GTFO, you can watch the reveal trailer here.

New Screenshots Show Off Gory Thrills

about X hours ago from
New Screenshots Show Off Gory Thrills

10 Chambers Collective, an indie Swedish company led by Payday developers, made waves last year when it revealed the horror-focused co-op game GTFO. The trailer was brief but got the message across: you and your friends work together to complete objectives while fending off nasty monsters.

We haven't heard much about the game, developed on the Unity engine, since that trailer. However, today 10 Chambers Collective revealed some goopy screenshots that give you a good idea of the level of violence you can expect from the game, as well as a glimpse of a jellyfish-lookin' monster. Scroll down below to see all the screens.

10 Chambers says that the game will be playable at E3. For more on GTFO, you can watch the reveal trailer here.

New Soulcalibur VI Trailer Showcases Maxi's Return

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New Soulcalibur VI Trailer Showcases Maxi's Return

Time to get your swashbuckle on. Maxi, The Dandy Of The South Seas, is heading to SoulCalibur VI.

The fan-favorite pirate has been a part of the series since the first entry. You can watch VI's version of the nunchaku-wielding fighter in action right here in this recently released trailer:

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New Soulcalibur VI Trailer Showcases Maxi's Return

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New Soulcalibur VI Trailer Showcases Maxi's Return

Time to get your swashbuckle on. Maxi, The Dandy Of The South Seas, is heading to SoulCalibur VI.

The fan-favorite pirate has been a part of the series since the first entry. You can watch VI's version of the nunchaku-wielding fighter in action right here in this recently released trailer:

Soulcalibur VI is due out sometime this year. For more on the game check out The Witcher's Geralt, an unlockable character,  in action here.