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Cyanide and Focus Home Entertainment released this week, "Of Orcs and Men." The game is based on a fantasy world where people are in power and the powerful "orcs" is used as slaves. As players will take control of a goblin and an orc who goes along to murder human emperor. As previously mentioned, the game was released this week and it is in that context that they got the launch trailer which can be seen below.
Capcom's "Lost Planet 2" from 2010 got a mixed reception, but it will not say that Capcom has given up on the series. True, they have chosen to give "Lost Planet 3" to an American developer named Spark Unlimited, best known for "Call of Duty: Finest Hour." 'Lost Planet 3 "will again be put before the other two games and will again be put to a snowy planet. This week Capcom released and Spark Unlimited almost ten minutes long gameplay review. The video can be seen below.
Ubisoft is currently working on the development of "Far Cry 3", the highly anticipated sequel to "Far Cry 2" from 2008. The game promises irresistible action and a profusion of colorful characters all set to a small group of tropical islands. The game is, however, even more than a month from release so fans have enough grease with a little more patience. Some may find a little solace in the fact that Ubisoft still constantly release new trailers for the game. Something they did this week. The latest trailer, which otherwise can be seen below, gives us a little deeper look into the relationship between Citra and Vaas, as well as some of the less prominent characters.
IO Interactive is soon back with a new title in the "Hitman" series. The new game, called "Hitman Absolution", this time putting Agent 47 up against himself ICA, the secret organization that Agent 47 worked for in the previous games. Handling has always been important in "Hitman" games, but it seems that IO Interactive hopes to bring storytelling another step higher in "Hitman Absolution". It seems at least as of the last developer diary from the game. The video can be seen below.
Chris Roberts is too many "space-sim" fans that John Carmack is for FPS fans. Chris Roberts has in fact been behind the largest and most iconic titles in the genre. Games like "Wing Commander", "Privateer" and "Freelancer" just to name a few. However, it is long since we have seen anything to Roberts and many thought he had left the gaming industry for good. It would certainly prove to be incorrect. This week he announced namely a new "crowdfunding 'project called' Star Citizen". You can read more about the game project, and support the development, here. Anyway, I recommend everyone to see advertising trailer for the game. The trailer can of course be seen below.
When Turn 10 Studios announced a partnership with Playground Games for their next "Forza" title, "Forza Horizon ', there was great skepticism among fans of the series. For while "Forza" series has created a name for itself with ultra-realistic driving behavior seemed "Forza Horizon" to be far more "Arcade"-like. It now seems that they took a little grief in advance. Admittedly, "Forza Horizon" a much greater focus on action, but according to the latest developer diary from the title will still be driving model based on data from the real world. Developer Diary normally be seen below.
Telltale Games has been a huge success this summer with "The Walking Dead" game based on the comic of the same name. In spite of that title belongs to many regard as a dying genre, they are talking about words "adventure" genre, the game has in fact managed to enchant a sea of players and new fans.
So far, three of the five planned episodes have been released and the fourth is approaching a rapid development. See the trailer for the fourth episode below.
Danger Close and Electronic Arts 'Medal of Honor' reboot in 2010 had a mixed reception. Admittedly, the game had strong competition in the form of both "Battlefield: Bad Company 2" and "Call of Duty: Black Ops." Nevertheless Danger Close that they have more to offer and that they can cope with the competition. It's probably doubtful that "Medal of Honor: Warfighter" will take the FPS crown from "Call of Duty" series, but so far the game looks pretty impressive. Just check the latest trailer from the game, which can be seen below.
Slightly Mad Studios, best known as the developers of "Need for Speed: Shift" series, is currently working on called "Project Cars". One of the most interesting aspects of the game are clear how Slightly Mad Studios have chosen to use fans to be the producer of the game. Using a rather unique "crowdfunding" Setup can actually players who buy into everything from testers to help designers. Those who most will even get a share of the game's profit. It damages the course that the game so far looks pretty impressive. Just look at the latest trailer from the game. The trailer can be seen below as usual.
Bohemia Interactive is probably best known as the developers behind "ARMA" series, but sometimes they're also hones other forms of simulator games. Among other things, they, in collaboration with Black Element Software, developed a modern "remake" of the legendary strategy game "Carrier Command". The new game is called "Carrier Command: Gaea Mission" and like the namesake game is a real-time strategy game with the option to take direct control of the game's vehicles. "Carrier Command: Gaea Mission" was launched at the end of last week. See the launch trailer below.
Ubisoft's "Assassin's Creed III" is without doubt one of the year's most anticipated titles. In all three games with Ezio fans can look forward to finally take on a new character and a new era. This time it is half-Indian Connor Kenway, or Ratonhnhaké: ton as his real name, and the American Revolution's turn. Connors journey from little native boy blooded assassin is also that which is the focus of the latest trailer from the game. The trailer can of course be seen below.
Capcom's "Resident Evil 6" is now just around the corner and although there have been discussions about whether the game meets certain "standards", it is probably many who are looking forward to the title. The game will let players take control of three different characters. Here is the old acquaintances such as Chris Redfield and Leon S.
Kennedy and newcomer Jake Muller. This week Capcom released a translated version of the trailer from the Tokyo Game Show, which took place last week. The trailer can be seen below as usual.
343 Studios and Microsoft Game Studios is currently working on "Halo 4." It was probably some fans of the "Halo" series were disappointed when the original developer, Bungie, chose to leave the ship. However, it seems that 343 Studios has done much to convince the skeptics.
Among other things, the game very well received at this year's E3 trade show earlier this year. This week dropped 343 Studios and Microsoft Game Studios has a pretty hefty gameplay video from "Halo 4." Watch the video below.
Turn 10 Studios 'Forza' series has been a huge success with its ultra-realistic driving simulation. Upcoming "Forza Horizon", which incidentally is developed by Playground Games, however, turns the formula on its head. There are probably some skepticism around the game called arcade style. Dog are probably many who still look forward to experiencing a "Forza" game in an open world. It is also how the developers have tackled the challenge around it to create an open world that is the focus of the latest developer diary from the game. The video can be seen below.
Arkane Studios and Bethesda Sofworks are soon ready with "dishonored." The game is a sort of FPS / RPG set to Dunwall city. The city is heavily inspired by 1800s London full of class differences in everything from dirty slums to up-ornate palace. The unique setting gives the developers the ability to repopulate the city with a number of special characters. There are also some of these characters they get one very atmospheric impression of the last video from the game. The videos can certainly be seen below.
Ubisoft's "Far Cry 3" is clearly among fall's most anticipated games. The game marks the series' return to the tropical islands and promises a host of colorful character portrayals. They have previously been introduced to the madman Vaas and his more sensual, but not less disturbed sister Citra. It can, however, seem as if they do not necessarily stand behind all evil. At least not if they are to believe the latest trailer from the game. The trailer can of course be seen below.
There are now well over six years since they've seen a full "Dead or Alive" title on the market. The series that was once the king of selvkronede fighting game has however more competitive than ever before and Team Ninja has a lot to prove with "Dead or Alive 5." Something they hope to do this by focusing on the interactive elements in courses and an extended character gallery.
The game will be launched as early as this week, with the release just around the corner let Team Ninja and Tecmo Koei, this week, the launch trailer for the game. The trailer can of course be seen below.
Criterion Games made great success when they took over the "Need for Speed" series in 2010 with "Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit." This is a success of course they hope to continue with the upcoming "Need for Speed: Most Wanted." This time, Criterion Games has chosen to put the game into an open city they have called Fair Haven City and like the previous game, and namesake in 2005, part of the focus lying around it to run from the police. This week let Criterion Games and Electronic Arts the first video in their so-called "Gameplay Series". The video, this time focusing on the game's one-spillerdel, can normally be seen below.
When Capcom and Dontnod Entertainment announced "Remember Me" a little earlier this year there were many who turned his head. The game is set to a dystopian future and both plot and gameplay is based around the ability to influence character's memory. Beyond the game first and foremost an action game with a deep combat system. It is also part of this combat system they know more about the latest video review of the game. Watch the video below.
IO Interactive and Square-Enix will soon be ready with "Hitman: Absolution". It is over six years since we last did play with master killer, Agent 47, and fans of the series probably have a lot to look forward to. The new game will do much to facilitate inclusion of new players, but IO Interactive promises that the basic style of play will remain intact.
The latest developer diary from the game focuses on weapon selection in the game and in faith "Hitman" style is more than what is considered the traditional weapons found here. See the developer diary below.
Crytek's "Crysis" of 2007 already has an almost legendary status. Yet it was not all that put just as happy at last year's "Crysis 2". Among the most hardcore fans, there were many people who thought Crytek had walked away from the game's most defining aspects. Amongst the game's open nature. Upcoming "Crysis 3" on the other hand the ability to overcome the most critical again. The game will again be set to New York, but this time the city is covered by rainforest. See the latest trailer from the game below.
Deep Silver has released a new trailer that plays on the emotional strings of the first Dead Island trailer, this time for additional package Dead Island: Riptide.
There is no backwards movie this time, but there is no doubt that Deep Silver and developer Techland want them to find the same feelings as last time, when the original trailer took the world by storm. The video is a promotional clip for additional package Riptide, which is currently being developed zombie-game Dead Island. The starting point is a rain storm that has hit an archipelago, and the city Henderson and the rest of the island Palanai is flooded. The only means of transport is boat, and zombie invasion is fully underway. Not exactly optimal conditions for rescue work ...
Ubisoft's "Assassin's Creed III" is clearly one of the year's most anticipated titles. The game will be set this time to the American Revolution and gives players control over half the Indian Connor.
As the game's protagonist Connor will have a major impact on many of the historic moments that Ubisoft has included in the game. There's also this, which is the focus of the latest developer diary from the game. The video can be seen below as usual.
Arkane Studios 'dishonored' is likely to be one of the year's absolute biggest titles. The game was extremely well received at this year's E3 and since Arkane Studios continues to convince a number of trailers and developer diaries. Earlier in the week we got to see how the developers have tried to create empathy in the game's fantasy universe. It will not however say that Arkane Studios gives with that. Later in the week we were in fact probably a developer diary. This focus enough once the players' choices in the game. Developer diary can of course be seen below.
Codemasters has had great success with the "Formula One" license in recent years and expectations are quite large for the upcoming "F1 2012". Reality "Formula One" for the 2012 season has just started and Codemasters course uses this to promote the game. This week, namely the demo of the game launched. The demo will let players try out the first seven races of the 2012 season of "Formula One". Along with the launch, they released a trailer which can be seen below.
Electronic Arts 'NHL 13' was released this week and the game has already been mentioned as a possible winner of this year's sports games. It is thanks to numerous innovations and features such as the new skate system and greatly improved artificial intelligence. Along with the launch of the game released Electronic Arts course a launch trailer. The trailer can be seen below as usual.
Nintendo got a lot of criticism too little focus on the game at this year's E3. Dog was a title that impressed, despite that Nintendo had not used any of his press conference at the game. We are talking of course about Platinum Games' The Wonderful 101 ". The game is called a "mass-hero action" games and will be one of the first titles to Nintendo's upcoming Wii U console. Watch the first trailer from the game below.
One of the biggest surprises during E3 in 2011 was clearly Insomniac Games 'Overstrike'. Insomniac Games would have been an exclusive developer for Sony Playstation systems since 1996 and it seemed almost incredible that the developer would create a multi-platform games. It does not hurt that the title seemed both entertaining and action packed.
Now admittedly the game has a new title. This week, namely Insomniac Games announced that the game will be called "Fuse" to replace the former "Overstrike". This they announced along with a gameplay trailer. The trailer can of course be seen below.
Naughty Dogs "The Last of Us" has made waves since the game was announced last winter. It is perhaps not surprising considering the success the developer has had with "Uncharted" series this generation. When gameplay from "The Last of Us" was finally shown off during this years E3 earlier this year, there were still some skepticism for the "script" or linearly game would be.
It was certainly a pretty extended version of the game that was shown behind closed doors and it is this version of the gameplay demo they finally got to see this week. The video can of course be seen below.
When Turn 10 Studios announced a partnership with Playground Games for upcoming "Forza Horizon", many fans of the series who saw red. "Forza" series is widely regarded as the king of simulation racers and "Forza Horizon" promises an "arcade"-oriented gameplay. Nevertheless, it may be interesting to see how Turn 10 Studios love for cars and racing genre can be brought into a slightly less hostile format. This week they released the first developer diary from the game. The video can be seen below.
It's probably little doubt that expectations are high for 343 Industries 'Halo 4'. Bungie, the developer behind the original "Halo" series, is no longer behind the wheel, but then they should also remember that 343 Industries is the company that was created to continue the "Halo" universe. With its 250 employees, there is no shortage of either talent or ambition.
If they think 343 Industries will namely "Halo 4" will be far more ambitious than previous games in the series. We check out the first developer diary from the game, which was released this week, it's also pretty hard not to believe what they say. The video can of course be seen below.
Klei Entertainment, best known as the developer behind "Shank" games, launched this week, "Mark of the Ninja." Graphics-wise similar to 'Mark of the Ninja "of" Shank ", but there will also stop the similarities. The games are admittedly both based around a so-called two-dimensional gameplay, but where "Shank" was an excessive action game is "Mark of the Ninja" a wash real stealth games. It will not however say that there is a lack of blood and gore in the game. Just look at the latest trailer from the game below.
Although Blizzard's "Diablo III" was a huge success when it was launched earlier this year, many hardcore action-RPG fans who probably are not completely satisfied with the game. Then there can be a small consolation that Runic Games' Torchlight II "is now just around the corner.
The game, which by the way has been developed by some of the people behind the two original "Diablo" games, maybe something more light-heart when it comes to graphic style and theme. However, the game takes hard again on both gameplay and "loot" systems.
The title is said that just around the corner and recently released Runic Games out the launch trailer for the game. The trailer can be seen below as usual.
Firaxis Games, best known as the developers of the legendary "Civilization" series, is currently working on a "remake" of another legendary strategy game. "XCOM: Enemy Unknown", the game is called, is a turn-based action strategy game where players are tasked to defend the Earth from invading aliens. The game is now just over a month from launch and this week they got a real taste of the game. The iform the detailed review video which can be seen below.
It was probably a Sunday tapas at an end and they hope it was something that fell to the taste of the majority. This time I choose to end with the humorous launch trailer for the Facebook game "Dungeon Rampage."
Site Semiaccurate reports that Microsoft will delay the launch of the next Xbox console, internally called Durango, because of the low quality processor chip.
Chippendale, who reportedly goes by the nickname Oban, according to the website produced by AMD, instead of the Xbox 360 console IBM chip. Production will take place in Asia somewhere, where it initially produced developer versions of the console. But due to what is referred to as "painfully low" proportion functioning chipper, there is the danger that the launch may be postponed. To remedy the problem, Microsoft will be distributed production of components for two and three plants each, to increase the chance that someone comes up with a solution to the other can copy. At the same time sources Semiaccurate have been in contact with have stated that it is calculated with a tolerance of six to eight weeks before a deferral needs to take place.
In addition to producing both processor and grafikkprossessor for the next Xbox console, AMD stands for the same components for Playstation 4 and processor for Wii U. Obviously with different specifications. Whether one can say that a launch is postponed until it is announced, is a question they will leave it to adversaries. But if it means an untimely release date for Microsoft, it can have serious consequences for the initial phase of the next generations. they have eyes and ears on the stalk, and promises to come back with more when they hear something.
Ubisoft's "Assassin's Creed III" is clearly one of the year's most anticipated games. Some may have gotten tired of "Assassin's Creed" formula, but Ubisoft promises that "Assassin's Creed III" is built up from scratch. It is admittedly still very recognizable, but the game offers a lot of aspects that are either highly improved or simply completely new to the game series.
Among the new finds the game's marine section that lets players control a large warship. It is also this part of the game that is the focus of the latest review video of the game. Watch the new video and the latest developer diary from the game below.
Gearbox Software "Borderlands" from 2009 was well received by both fans and FPS-RPG fans and expectations are of course great for the sequel, which is expected later this year. "Borderlands 2" takes place five years after the original, and will introduce four new playable characters. they have previously seen what kind of vision game antagonist, Handsome Jack, are the four main characters. This week, however, there is the slightly strange, but much more capricious, Sir Hammerlocks tour to introduce us to new characters as well as large parts of the game world. See the trailer below.
Petroglyph Games and Trion Worlds are trying to renew the real-time strategy with their upcoming "End of Nations". This will be done by mixing in elements of "MMO" games in the genre. Massive battles over a "persistent" world and character progression is among the most important elements. For many it is enough, however the ability to customize their own army that will draw the most attention.
It will in fact be able to control which devices you want to focus on, how they are equips and even what colors they have. It is also the game's customization options that are the focus of the latest trailer from the game. The trailer can be seen below as usual.
A couple of weeks ago IO Interactive announced that they would include a so-called "Contracts" mode in their upcoming "Hitman: Absolution". The new mode is supposed to let the players themselves create their own missions within the game. Which can then be shared with friends and the world to see who can master the task. By including this mode hope IO Interactive that they are able to bring both creative and social elements of the game. To get a better idea of how the "Contracts" mode works and the work behind it, simply check out the latest developer diary from the game. The video can be seen below.
Gearbox Software believes the golden bird shot when they got the rights to make a game based on "Aliens" films. The game, called "Aliens: Colonial Marines" will be set by James Cameron's "Aliens" from 1986, and will give us new insight into what happened after the movie. Yet not everything "Aliens: Colonial Marines" has to offer.
Gearbox Software laws namely also a full range of multiplayer modes for both co-op and competitive gameplay. Among these modes can also be found nyannonserte "Escape," as they are introduced to the latest trailer from the game. The trailer can of course be seen below.