All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘game trailers’

Saints Row IV Dev Diary Takes A Look At The Game’s Story

Despite all the previous trailers focusing on nothing but insanity, Saint’s Row IV will have a story. It may not be the best story, but there will be a plot there to guide you through the game. In the latest Saints Row IV dev diary, the team at Volition discusses the plot of Saints Row IV. They briefly discuss the …

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New Splinter Cell Blacklist Trailer Previews Story

It’s a new week, and one week closer to Splinter Cell: Blacklist‘s August 20 release date. That means new trailers and previews for Ubisoft’s final AAA current-generation-only game are coming daily. While many of the trailers have been hyping up the game’s “Spies vs. Mercs” multiplayer mode and seeking to reassure Splinter Cell fans that stealth is still a part …

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F.E.A.R. Creators Announce New Game, ‘Betrayer’

A new indie video game studio named Blackpowder Games today announced that it is developing a new game titled Betrayer. With the recent rise of the indie market, that wouldn’t normally be big news, but Blackpowder is made up of developers who worked on the No One Lives Forever series and the original F.E.A.R. at development studio Monolith. Betrayer will …

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Another Live-Action ‘The Bureau’ Teaser Released

Before releasing that ridiculous YOLO trailer earlier this week, 2K Games had been steadily putting out live-action teasers for the upcoming The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. Several of them featured Dominic Monaghan of Lord of the Rings and Lost fame. Today, 2K released the latest live-action teaser for The Bureau. This one does not star Monaghan, and instead focuses on the …

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Capcom’s Deep Down Gets A New Trailer

Deep Down was one of the more ambitious titles that we saw at Sony’s PS4 reveal in February. It was a brand new IP from Capcom, and it looked absolutely stunning. The game skipped E3, but it looks like Capcom is ready to start talking about it again. At Capcom’s Network Game Conference, the company announced that Deep Down is …

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The Bureau: XCOM Declassified Gets a Bro-tastic YOLO Trailer

There comes a time in the marketing of every video game when a publisher must target a certain type of gamer. Whether the game is story-heavy or focuses on extremely strategical gameplay, the marketing teams for major publishers must put together at least one trailer emphasizing all of the brutal action and explosions contained within the game. Today, 2K Games …

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A Look Behind The Scenes At Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

With the announcement for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows dropping a little while back, complete with a teaser trailer, it’s time to get people’s interest level up. What better way to do that than releasing some actual in-game footage of what consumers can expect? In a world where vociferous gamers will use any platform necessary to voice …

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Saints Row IV Gets ‘Game of the Generation’ Edition, New ‘Hail to the Chief’ Trailer

It’s pretty clear that Saints Row IV is going to be ridiculous. The previous game in the series provided plenty of juvenile humor and violence, and publisher Deep Silver has been trying its best to capture that feel with over-the-top trailers. The Australian rejection of the game over the “Alien Anal Probe” weapon was probably viewed as free advertising. This …

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Another ‘The Bureau: XCOM Declassified’ Live-Action Trailer Released

The release of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is less than a month away now, and 2K Games is focusing its marketing on a series of cryptic live-action trailers. Earlier this week, half of a trailer was released, with the events of the second half of the trailer dependent upon fans tweeting whether they wanted the clip’s character to grab a …

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‘Shadow Returns’ Launches After Successful Kickstarter

In April 2012, an indie game company called Harebrained Schemes launched a Kickstarter for a video game called Shadowrun Returns. The project promised to bring back the Shadowrun franchise to gaming, complete with an old-school isometric view and tactical, turn-based combat. The campaign quickly blew past its $400,000 goal, and ended up raising over $1.8 million. The Kickstarter is one …

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Last Half of That ‘The Bureau: XCOM Declassified’ Trailer Revealed

Earlier this week, 2K Games released half of a trailer for The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. The video showed an Agent Cole, played by Dominic Monaghan (Merry in the Lord of the Rings movies and Charlie in Lost), typing up a report on something called the “Pima Incident. Presumably this incident was an alien invasion, and perhaps the same one teased …

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New ‘The Bureau: XCOM Declassified’ Trailer Stars Dominic Monaghan

Back in April, 2K Games announced The Bureau: XCOM Declassified using a strange live-action trailer titled “The Burn Room.” The trailer showed clips of an alien invasion in a 60s-era American suburb, and the process by which XCOM agents could cover up the invasion. This week, 2K is revealing more of the alien invasion teased in that announcement. A new …

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