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Footage Blowout: Honour, Fast Cars and Cyborgs - News Roundup 15th August 2010

Author:
Jonathan Lester
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News
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Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Games news, Gran Turismo 5, Medal Of Honor
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Gran Turismo 5

Medal of Honor Single-Player Blown Wide Open

Footage Blowout: Honour, Fast Cars and Cyborgs - News Roundup 15th August 2010

Gamestrailers has managed to thoroughly recon Medal of Honor's Singleplayer campaign- and it's shaping up nicely.

As you're probably aware, the singleplayer campaign takes place in Afghanistan, following a team of Tier 1 operators (i.e. certified badasses) sent in to secure terrorist intel and generally kill the bad guys. However, I'm still not entirely sure whether it's appropriate to simulate a war that's still raging on the other side of the world. I'd like to know what y'all think about this one- and what you make of the trailer!


GT5 Footage Details Options And Assists

Footage Blowout: Honour, Fast Cars and Cyborgs - News Roundup 15th August 2010

Don't worry, driving fans: Gran Turismo 5 is nearly finished (apparently). One of my main concerns about the upcoming racing experience has been the balance between realism and accessibility, but new offscreen footage has gone a long way towards easing my troubled mind.

Expect customisable racing lines, a range of transmissions, tyres and more options than you can shake a gearstick at. The footage also shows off the new replay mode, which seems incredibly well-featured. Integrated multiple camera angles, chat and other options should provide budding directors with a lot of creative freedom. Sony are likely to reveal the exact European release at Gamescom this week- and we'll be there to bring you the latest.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Trailer Shows off Gameplay & Stealth

Footage Blowout: Honour, Fast Cars and Cyborgs - News Roundup 15th August 2010

Just in case you missed it, the new Gamescom trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution has come out swinging. Not only do we get to enjoy more of the gritty cyberpunk Masamune Shirow-style setting, but we finally get a little more gameplay to sink our critical fangs into.

As well as some juicy combat, we'll apparenly be able to engage in some stealthy infiltration, silent (but messy) kills and hiding bodies to avoid detection. Hopefully we'll be presented with sprawling levels and a range of options to circumvent each and every situation... you know, just like the original.

Enjoy.

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