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Posted by Kark-Jocke on Jun 18th, 2012
Klei Entertainment has had great success with its extremely violent, "Shank" series. Now, however, they try their hand at a slightly different genre. Nyannonserte "Mark of the Ninja" is admittedly quite recognizable and still uses the same art style and 2d form. What distinguishes the "Mark of the Ninja" from the "Shank" is in fact a real wash-slip system. See the somewhat belated E3 trailer from the game below.
"Mark of the Ninja" has suggested release date of summer 2012. The game is only announced for Xbox 360
Ironclad Games has made great success with "Sins of a Solar Empire". The game mixes elements from real-time strategy and so-called 4X strategy, such as "Civilization" series. The game was first released in 2008, but Ironclad Games has continued to support play with regular expansion packs. The latest in the line, which is called "Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion," was released this week and is the first of the packages that can be played alone. This means that you do not need to own the original to play it. See the launch trailer below.
"Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion" is already in stores and can only be provided to the PC.
The High Moon Studios took over the "Transformers" license and released "Transformers: War for Cybertron" from 2010, it seemed to go up for the anticipated enchanted license. The game was certainly no mega success, but it was certainly big step above the previous games based on the license. Now hope that High Moon Studios and now an even higher level with a direct sequel called "Transformers: Fall of Cybertron." The new game will, as the title suggests, the story of the war that eventually destroy the robots' home planet. Watch the latest developer diary from the game below.
"Transformers: Fall of Cybertron" has release date of August 31, 2012. The game comes to Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC.
The Canadian developer Beenox has recently been responsible for releasing games based on Marvel's "Spider-Man." Something they have done fairly successfully. "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" and "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" was admittedly quite lined experiences and did not meet fans' dream of throwing himself around in Manhattan. However, it is precisely this that we now have the chance to "The Amazing Spider-Man", which is expected to barely two weeks. Watch the latest developer diary from the game below.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" has release date of June 29, 2012. The game comes to Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. Separate versions for Wii, 3DS and DS are also expected.
A group of developers from Eden Games, best known for "Test Drive Unlimited" and "Alone in the Dark (2008)," founded in the year Blossom Games. Together they would go away from the game with giant budgets and instead focus on the unique downloadable adventures. Blossom Games debuted its first game this week. The game, called "Walter", follows a water-based beings with the same name that takes up the fight against an evil oil company. See the debut trailer from the game below.
"Walter" has suggested release date sometime in the course of 2013. The game comes to Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC.
Electronic Arts 'NHL' series has been seen as perhaps the best sports game series in recent years. There, thanks to significant improvements with each new title. "NHL 13", which is expected later this year, is also no exception. With this year's title has in fact Electronic Arts decided to focus on the game's artificial intelligence. Something that is evident in the latest developer diary from the game. The video can be viewed as normal below.
"NHL 13" has release date of September 13, 2012. The game comes to Xbox 360 and Playstation 3
It was probably a Sunday tapas at an end and I hope it was something that appealed to most people. This time I choose to end with the debut trailer for "Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs." The video can of course be seen below.
"Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs" has no release date yet but is expected before Halloween 2012. The game is only for PC.