Assassin's Creed Odyssey's Launch Trailer Narrates The World Ahead Of You

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Assassin's Creed Odyssey's Launch Trailer Narrates The World Ahead Of You

There's just a few short days until Assassin's Creed Odyssey releases, meaning it's time for everyone's favorite piece of the game launch cycle: launch trailers. Odyssey is no slouch here, either, as the two minute trailer gives you a good idea from what to expect in the very first story of the series.

The trailer focuses on Alexios rather than Kassandra as he cuts people up in battle and climbs on things. It also closes with a tease toward the monsters that your assassin will be facing later in the game.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 5.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey's Launch Trailer Narrates The World Ahead Of You

about X hours ago from
Assassin's Creed Odyssey's Launch Trailer Narrates The World Ahead Of You

There's just a few short days until Assassin's Creed Odyssey releases, meaning it's time for everyone's favorite piece of the game launch cycle: launch trailers. Odyssey is no slouch here, either, as the two minute trailer gives you a good idea from what to expect in the very first story of the series.

The trailer focuses on Alexios rather than Kassandra as he cuts people up in battle and climbs on things. It also closes with a tease toward the monsters that your assassin will be facing later in the game.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 5.

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Last Friday, the independent studio, Convict Games released its first project titled Stone, and so far, it’s looking pretty wavy.

An interactive story-based game, Stone draws heavily from underground hip hop, art, and stoner culture to tell the story of a koala bear private investigator searching for his kidnapped lover. In typical noir fashion, gameplay revolves around the titular Stone as he interrogates the local eccentric cast of anthropomorphic animals, taking the persuasive route or hard-boiled bad cop routine to sift out the truth.

In addition to the story, players can also enjoy other “stoner-inspired” leisure activities like smoking, tripping on hallucinogens and taking shots at the local dive bar appropriately named the “Smoky Possum.” Players can also dance at the club to officially licensed songs by upcoming indie artists and watch classic films like Night of the Living Dead and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.

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Last Friday, the independent studio, Convict Games released its first project titled Stone, and so far, it’s looking pretty wavy.

An interactive story-based game, Stone draws heavily from underground hip hop, art, and stoner culture to tell the story of a koala bear private investigator searching for his kidnapped lover. In typical noir fashion, gameplay revolves around the titular Stone as he interrogates the local eccentric cast of anthropomorphic animals, taking the persuasive route or hard-boiled bad cop routine to sift out the truth.

In addition to the story, players can also enjoy other “stoner-inspired” leisure activities like smoking, tripping on hallucinogens and taking shots at the local dive bar appropriately named the “Smoky Possum.” Players can also dance at the club to officially licensed songs by upcoming indie artists and watch classic films like Night of the Living Dead and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.

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Creeping through wet, tropical foliage with nothing but a rain poncho and a fiber wire, Hitman 2's latest trailer takes you through the vibrant Colombian rainforest as Agent 47 picks off three cartel bosses in his signature creative style. Set in the tourist village of Santa Fortuna, the trailer shows off lush jungle environments, underground caverns, and the interior of a mansion owned by the local Delgado drug cartel. 

In addition to looking gorgeous, the locale also introduces a new gameplay feature that sees Agent 47 using the the dense vegetation of the Colombian forest to stay hidden and conceal bodies. 

The sequel to 2016's Hitman published by Square Enix, Hitman 2 continues Agent 47's mission but this time as a single release, as opposed to its predecessor's episodic format. Hitman 2 also introduces the new Sniper game mode (see below), where players can work together cooperatively or on their own to take down targets. 

about X hours ago from

Creeping through wet, tropical foliage with nothing but a rain poncho and a fiber wire, Hitman 2's latest trailer takes you through the vibrant Colombian rainforest as Agent 47 picks off three cartel bosses in his signature creative style. Set in the tourist village of Santa Fortuna, the trailer shows off lush jungle environments, underground caverns, and the interior of a mansion owned by the local Delgado drug cartel. 

In addition to looking gorgeous, the locale also introduces a new gameplay feature that sees Agent 47 using the the dense vegetation of the Colombian forest to stay hidden and conceal bodies. 

The sequel to 2016's Hitman published by Square Enix, Hitman 2 continues Agent 47's mission but this time as a single release, as opposed to its predecessor's episodic format. Hitman 2 also introduces the new Sniper game mode (see below), where players can work together cooperatively or on their own to take down targets. 

Jackbox Party Pack 5 Targets October Release

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Jackbox Party Pack 5 Targets October Release

The latest installment of the Jackbox Party Pack series is headed to PS4 on October 16, followed soon after by a release on PC and Mac on October 17. That news comes via a tweet from Jackbox Games today, which should allow fans to begin planning their first friend get-together to try out the new included games.

Jackbox Party Pack 5 is set to offer five distinct games, including a new twist on the trivia classic You Don’t Know Jack, a game about hypothetical situations called Split the Room, a rap lyric creation game called Mad Verse City, an invention drawing game called Patently Stupid, and an unusually action-packed game called Zeeple Dome.

Like previous installments, the new game has players logging in with their phones as controllers through an easy-to-use interface, making it simple to change player counts on the fly.

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The latest installment of the Jackbox Party Pack series is headed to PS4 on October 16, followed soon after by a release on PC and Mac on October 17. That news comes via a tweet from Jackbox Games today, which should allow fans to begin planning their first friend get-together to try out the new included games.

Jackbox Party Pack 5 is set to offer five distinct games, including a new twist on the trivia classic You Don’t Know Jack, a game about hypothetical situations called Split the Room, a rap lyric creation game called Mad Verse City, an invention drawing game called Patently Stupid, and an unusually action-packed game called Zeeple Dome.

Like previous installments, the new game has players logging in with their phones as controllers through an easy-to-use interface, making it simple to change player counts on the fly.

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Nickelodeon has partnered with Bamtang Games for the upcoming Nickelodeon Kart Racers, coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch on October 23. In advance of the release, the studio has pulled together a trailer for the kid-friendly release, which offers the opportunity to see the many familiar faces that will be part of the racer, including characters from Spongebob Squarepants, Hey Arnold!, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

In the kart racer, characters from this disparate mix of fictional universes are all racing around tracks on which green slime plays a major role. Slime helps to fill up your turbo meter, but when you win a race, it’s also the substance that falls all over your character while he/she stands on the podium.

Check out the trailer for a look at the family-targeted driving game.

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Nickelodeon has partnered with Bamtang Games for the upcoming Nickelodeon Kart Racers, coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch on October 23. In advance of the release, the studio has pulled together a trailer for the kid-friendly release, which offers the opportunity to see the many familiar faces that will be part of the racer, including characters from Spongebob Squarepants, Hey Arnold!, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

In the kart racer, characters from this disparate mix of fictional universes are all racing around tracks on which green slime plays a major role. Slime helps to fill up your turbo meter, but when you win a race, it’s also the substance that falls all over your character while he/she stands on the podium.

Check out the trailer for a look at the family-targeted driving game.