Remedy Entertainment has released a new trailer for their upcoming Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break.
The new trailer provides more details on games narrative, also giving a better description of Remedy’s goal of blurring the lines between television and gaming, to provide a unique entertainment experience.
Quantum Break will rely on the choices you make during the game, to provide the player with their own director’s cut version of the games television series. Remedy has explained this TV series will be included with the game, meaning all players can enjoy this unique entertainment adventure.
Quantum Break will release in 2014, exclusively on Xbox One.
Square Enix has announced that the previously-named Final Fantasy Versus XIII game has now evolved into Final Fantasy XV, bringing with it a slew of changes and upgrades only possible on the next generation hardware.
Sony has released the Tearaway gameplay trailer that was shown during their E3 press conference, focusing on the how players can interact with the world Media Molecule has created.
Tearaway will release exclusively on PlayStation Vita this October 22 in North America, and October 35 for Europe.
Namco Bandai Australia has released a gameplay trailer for From Software’s upcoming title, Dark Souls II. The gameplay demo was originally revealed during Microsoft’s E3 press conference, showcasing combat against various enemies including one of the games many boss fights.
Dark Souls II has been confirmed for a March 2014 release, for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
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Nintendo has revealed X, developed by Monolith Soft.
The trailer we are shown includes vast world of different environments that contain dinosaur-like creatures. With the ability to operate mechs, that can turn into tanks, or even use their thrusters to fly through the sky. Players will also be able to battle enemies while using these mech-suits.
The game will release on Wii U in 2014.
Fans of Nintendo Mascot brawler, Super Smash Bros. rejoice as two new instalments in the series have been confirmed, one for Wii U and one for 3Ds.
New characters have been revealed, including “The Villager” from Animal Crossing as well as Mega Man, both of whom are accompanied by their own stages.
Bowser, Donkey Kong, Fox McCloud, Kirby, Link, Mario, Pikachu, Pit, Princess Peach and Samus are all featured in the debut trailer, battling across various levels themed around The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, Nintendogs and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword and more.
The 2D beat-em-up gameplay appears to be traditional in both versions although the graphics differ significantly from past iterations The 3DS visuals are cell-shaded and cartoon-like, while the Wii U’s take full advantage of the consoles HD capabilities.
While no official details were provided, the the pair of games were given a 2014 release window.
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