Assassin’s Creed Unity Teaser Trailer

Ubisoft released a sneak=peak trailer of their upcoming game Assassin’s Creed Unity.

Authors promote the video suggesting it contains the in-game footage, however, it consists only of the cinematic, rendered, video.  It would be great to see the game running in such high quality, but we will have to wait for future videos showing the actual gamepley of the new game of the Assasin’s Creed series.

How do you like the new game setting? What new features can players expect from AC:Unity? Comment and share what you think!


GTA V – New Trailer

After going “gold,” new GTA V materials were expected to see the daylight soon after. This morning Rockstar has released a brand, spanking, new trailer of their upcoming work.

Since the work on the new Grand Theft Auto has been finished, in this trailer developers decided to dig more into the main storyline and dilemmas facing our three characters.  Also, it is always nice to see new in-game footage while we wait to put hands on our own copy.

Grand Theft Auto V will be released on the PS4 and Xbox 360 September 17, 2013.


Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 – Gameplay Trailer

The first half of Gamescom behind us and developers feed us more and more videos about their upcoming games.  One of the games that really seems to stand out is Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 and its gameplay trailer.

Sequel to the Lords of Shadow looks and feels just like the previous game published in 2010.  Great level design filled with details, plethora of weapons to help you cut your way through the enemies, and epic bosses to head against come all together in this action filled game.

Konami’s Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is set to be released on Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC’s on February 25, 2014.


GTA V – Multiplayer We’ve Been Waiting For

Good guys from Rockstar did not make us wait too long for footage and more information from announced in the previous trailer – GTA Online.

Developers aim to make the world of Grand Theft Auto V a lobby, or a hub for your future adventures. Up to 16 players will be able to share gameplay features, mechanics and geography of GTA V where makers will constantly be developing and implementing new content to the game.

NPC’s and missions involving cooperation with others gives it a MMORPG feel to it, and this open and shared world has a great potential to be just as fun as the main campaign.

Rockstar plans on releasing the new Grand Theft Auto on September 17, with the online mode available October 1st.


The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Killing Monsters Trailer

The new trailer is here and it looks fantastic!

CD Projekt RED,  in collaboration with Platige Image, focused on the depth and the moral aspect of the story introduced in previous games.

The animations look great and if they are any indication of how the fighting sequences will look like, we can start wiping the drool off our faces right now.

The new Witcher is scheduled to come out next year on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.


GTA V Gameplay – before we jump to next gens.

For quite a while now, both Microsoft and Sony, have been feeding us information about their newest additions to the console family – Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (both set for release come Christmas shopping time). By now, everyone interested has been able to see the consoles’ hardware – design and respective specifications, as well as some of the software coming along – user content and extra features coming with each console (as well as their limitations).

But we do not care about any of this, for we are gamers! This is why instead of worrying about the extra content, we focus on a game that developers may draw on from, as the new consoles roll out this fall.

Developers from Rockstar were always able to get our interest for their upcoming games. Start with small teasers, follow by perfectly timed trailers and gameplays, and work your way up with hot news until the game’s release. At this point, boys and girls from Rockstar are living legends, so it was not surprising to see the excitement following the announcement of the game

With the next (next) generation consoles on the horizon, the new chapter of GTA series gets us closer to what we, gamers, should be expecting from games on both, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 – more visual fireworks, engaging game mechanics, and an open world to discover.

Keep an eye on:

1. Three different playable characters we can switch between in real time (let’s hope so!).

2. The amount of vehicles and activities available during off-mission time. Base jumping, diving, jet fighters, cycling, and tennis just to name a few.

3. Graphics may not be top shelf (mainly what we’ve been used to since GTA IV release), but the open world and its possibilities make our imagination work.

4. Heist mission briefings. We are finally able to have some influence over our team and the way we want to go about executing the mission.

5. Game mechanics itself. Shooting looks fluid and let us hope driving will feel more like driving and not attempting to navigate a ship.

With the new mode “GTA Online” announced, GTA V looks like one of the last must-have games for the 360′s and PS3′s, before they start collecting dust. Rockstar rarely leaves us disappointed and from what it looks like the new GTA will be a solid title worth its money. Tease away, Rockstar! We are waiting.