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Posted by Kark-Jocke on Aug 19th, 2012
Gearbox Software "Borderlands" from 2009 was well received and many fans of the game rejoices large enough to "Borderlands 2" as expected about one month from now. "Borderlands 2" will take place five years after its predecessor and will introduce us to four new playable characters, and a new main opponent. It's just the new villain called Handsome Jack, they are introduced to the latest trailer from the game. The video can be seen below as usual.
Capcom's "Lost Planet: Extreme Condition" from 2006 was well received, but when Capcom tried to renew formula with "Lost Planet 2" in 2010 created the conflicts among both critics and game players. Capcom has decided to go back to the roots of "Lost Planet 3", which is expected next year. The game will take place before the events of the first game and will again be a focus on action. This is also evident in the latest trailer from the game. The video can be seen below.
Ninja Theory and Capcom have received much criticism for its re-invention of Dante and "Devil May Cry". Yet it is hard not to believe in it, since it seems to impress more and more with each viewing. Previously we have been able to see clear evidence that Ninja Theory has received much help from Capcom for designing the combat system. This week, they probably a taste of game action and it is Dante's twin brother, Virgil, which is the focus this time. See the trailer below.
Visceral Games has had great success with his "Dead Space" series. For many, the show's focus on horror and survival that has appealed. Therefore, there were also many who were very disappointed when Visceral Games showed a more action-oriented gameplay from "Dead Space 3" earlier this year. Nevertheless Visceral Games that the game is first and foremost a horror game. This is also something they are trying to show more of the latest trailer from the game. See the trailer and the latest developer diary below.
Who has not dreamed of creating a separate assassin missions in one of the "Hitman" games. Now it looks as if this could be true. IO Interactive hung on the creative bandwagon and made a create mode of "Hitman: Absolution". The mode, which is called "Contracts" will allow players to create their own jobs on the boards that come with the game. Then you can share the mission with the world to see who can do it better than the creator himself. The new create mode using it reportedly normal gameplay interface. To get a better idea of how it works, you can see the latest trailer from the game. The trailer can of course be seen below.
It was probably a Sunday tapas at an end and I hope it was something that fell to the taste of the majority. This time I choose to end with the last trailer / developer diary from "Halo 4." The video can be seen below as usual.