Finished Bloodborne? Well, if somehow you've managed to master those Chalice Dungeons and struggle through 'the choice' at the game's finale, you may be thirsty for more. More crushing defeat and agonising, torturous cruelty that only From Software are capable of inflicting. The new trailer was shown today during Sony's presser at the Tokyo Game Show. We know it's coming November 24th, and will be priced £11.99.Click here to read more...
The new generation of Disney films are continuing their march into the world of Kingdom Hearts III. We've previously had confirmation the world of Tangled will be visited by Sora, Donald and Goofy, but here's something to cheer us up before those bastards from Frozen get involved - Big Hero 6.
Big Hero 6 was a great success at the cinemas. Set in the fantastically imagined San Fransokyo, the story saw a young boy inventor become a super hero by creating a suit of armour. He also made a suit for the ever lovable Baymax, a white humanoid shaped blog, amusingly squeezed into his own power-armour. Together they teamed up with a series of fellow super hero wannabes to take on one of your typical business tyrants.Click here to read more and see a trailer.
Attack on Titan is an anime favourite around the office here at Dealspwn and we strongly urge you to watch the harrowing series on Netflix. We also strongly urge you to avoid the rather messy 3DS game.
Tecmo Koei and Omega Force are bringing the series to PlayStation though in 2016 and this brief teaser trailer has a cool handdrawn art style that we're hoping is going to be replicated in the final game. Visually, it reminds us of Valkyria Chronicles, but with more blood and despair.
We do feel for any developer working on the Attack on Titan license as the dramatic battles involving a Spider-Man-esque movement system (but with much sharper turns) as hunters try to outmanoeuvre giant Titans in order to attack their weak spots must be incredibly hard to put into action, with the camera alone being a significant obstacle. We wish them luck. Maybe they should take a look at this decent free browser version.Click here to see the trailer.
A new contender has entered the arena for Street Fighter V. Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce Necalli. Don't get to close, he's got that look in his eye that says he might be a biter.
Necalli is a brand new character, and not simply one that's been dusted off from an older game. His back story is yet to be revealed but his name is the Aztec word for 'battle.'
His introduction trailer shows him handing Ken a bit of an ass kicking. Apparently he's not convinced about the new hair-do either. Speaking of hair, Necalli's undergoes a violent transformation during the bout. This V-Trigger mode powers him up for a while opening up new combos, varied frame data and a new Critical Art attack. It looks well worth powering up, just for the additional flare alone, as the floating hair effects look absolutely stunning.Click here to see the new trailer.
Whoa, dude. Get your first look at Ascendance, the second Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare map pack in its debut trailer.
Brotastic bronanigans aside, Ascendance looks like a ton of fun ahead of its March 31st launch on Xbox Live. Details below.Click here to read more...
So that just happened. In fairness, it's an informative video that contains plenty of new info about Splatoon, which is looking more impressive every time we see it.
You can still pre-order Splatoon on Wii U for £25 if you're interested, or perhaps if the new trailer has piqued your interest!
Batman: Arkham Knight has suffered yet another delay. Instead of releasing June 6th, you'll now have to wait until June 23rd. It's not the longest of delays (Uncharted 4 has hurt us the most in recent weeks) and we're glad that Rocksteady is waiting until they decide the game is ready if we're honest.
Arkham Knight is looking fantastic so far and Warner Bros has released a new trailer called 'Officer Down' to ensure our appetite doesn't diminish while we wait. Enjoy the video below to see a fresh seven minutes of gameplay. After that, take a look at our hot pre-order offers, where you can reserve a PS4 or XO copy from as little as £37.99.Click here to read more...
Batman: Arkham Knight may not be out until June, but chances are you're already champing at the bat. I mean, bit. To stoke the flames, Rocksteady have released a new trailer entitled "Gotham Is Mine," giving us another look at the gorgeous Gotham sandbox as well as the two deadly enemies trying to bring it to its knees.
Want to pre-order? You can currently buy Arkham Knight for £44.75 on PS4 and Xbox One (Amazon are a few pence dearer but are more likely to deliver on time). The Batman: Arkham Knight Amazon Exclusive Edition with Batman memorial statue is still in stock on Xbox One too.
Meanwhile, if you need to catch up on the previous games, you can still buy the Batman: Arkham Trilogy for £10 on PS3 or PC.
What did you make of the trailer? Excited for Arkham Knight? Be sure to catch up on our Batman: Arkham Knight hands-on preview and sound off in the comments!
We'll be able to make secret bases, transform Metagross into a powerful new form and dress Pikachu up in adorable outfits in this year's Pokemon remake. As a grown man, perhaps I ought to make some sort of dismissive comment here, but you know as well as I do that we can't bloody wait.Click here to read more...
Brendan reckons that there's plenty to keep us occupied this year, but the new console generation is set to kick off in the third week of February 2015. An indiscreet Microsoft store listing seems to have outed Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight's release date as February 24th, putting it straight up against The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
As massive third-party sequels that promise to be true 'next-gen' games as opposed to scalable cross-gen ports, both of these titles represent the true end of the last generation and beginning of the new one in gaming terms. For now, finish your backlog and prepare your wallets. 2015 is going to be utterly insane before we've even made it to Spring.
Batman vs Geralt. Who's your money on? Personally, I foresee a sizeable financial dent and a mysterious week-long illness in my future. February is flu season after all...
Whereas most publishers are hedging their bets with cross-gen games, Rocksteady are developing Batman: Arkham Knight specifically for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
The results being no less than jaw-dropping (so long as this new 'gameplay' trailer is actually representative as opposed to a massively airbrushed lie). It does look to be in-engine, which is immensely pleasing.
Nevertheless, the new video also serves to remind us of the premise -- Scarecrow's return to Gotham -- while reacquainting us with The Arkham Knight himself. Has Batman met his match?Click here to read more...
Titanfall is set to receive its first DLC map pack this month -- on Xbox One and PC, anyway -- entitled 'Expedition.' We've already had a closer look at its virtual reality Wargames stage, complete with themed Tron-esque areas and parkour-friendly design, but now Respawn Entertainment has given us a guided tour of the new maps by way of a trailer.
Runoff seems to be classic Titanfall fare, involving a grim industrial facility packed with gantries, rooftops and potential overwatch positions. You'll need to maintain total situational awareness to survive here, by the looks of things. However, Swampland looks to be the most interesting of the trio; setting the action in a dense forest with trees to scamper across, temples to raid and plenty of cover.
We still don't have a firm release date to report, but expect Expedition to launch this month, followed by the ported Xbox 360 version in June.
Come back Insomniac. Fuse is forgiven.
Or at least, the first official gameplay footage of Sunset Overdrive looks like an exciting open-world experience that's packed with colour and personality, ridiculous weapons and wall-grinding mobility - something akin to a fusion between Crackdown and Jet Set Radio, perhaps.
Naturally we can't make any value judgements until we play the finished product this autumn, but Insomniac's Xbox One exclusive has definitely catapulted itself straight onto our radar. Have a look and tell us what you make of it!
Would you like the good news or the bad news?
We've got a new trailer for Mad Max to show you today, which pleasingly focuses on post-apocalyptic vehicular carnage. Creating and customising your "ultimate combat vehicle" is going to be a key facet of the game, and it promises to be as fun as it sounds.
Unfortunately, the new trailer also reveals that Mad Max has slipped from its 2014 launch window into next year. Still, with red hot Just Cause 3 rumours currently churning through the mill, it's clear that Avalanche will still be making headlines over the next few months.
CapyGames' Below was one of the first indie games announced for the Xbox One: a stylish, haunting and mysterious action roguelike with no text or tutorials. However, they've always had an open relationship, and the timed exclusive has already been confirmed for a Steam release too. Which we couldn't be happier about. Choice is good.
The new trailer plays things close to its chest, giving us a lengthy if maddeningly obtuse idea of what to expect without giving much away. Considering CapyGames amazing past form -- highlights being Sworcery EP and Clash Of Heroes -- you'd best believe we've got high hopes for this one.
We all leave a digital footprint as we go about our daily lives, from social networks to credit card purchases, CCTV cameras and Oyster Cards. Something that vigilante hacker Aiden Pearce will be able to co-opt to devastating advantage in Watch Dogs when it releases this summer. The hype train is once again picking up speed following the recent delay, and the latest trailer gives us a flavour for the sort of information we'll be able to use during the hac
On the PC side of things, we've got some good and bad news. The specs have been revealed... but I'm afraid that you'll also have to use a certain much-maligned digital platform to play it.Click here to read more...
The lengthy delay between The Wolf Among Us: Episodes 1 and 2 was utterly interminable, but we're delighted to report that the third chapter -- A Crooked Mile -- is nearly upon us. Telltale have released a brand new reveal trailer, along with assurances that we'll be able to play it "very soon" - likely next week if not later this month.
Before you go any further, bear in mind that the video contains major spoilers for Episodes 1 and 2! Don't watch it if you're planning on completing the series as a single complete package in a few months' time.Click here to read more...
Still on the fence about the upcoming Thief game? Then check out this extensive gameplay trailer which does a great job of showing how you'll be able to play the game in any style you want. Play as a ghost and remain undetected throughout your mission, try to play the game without killing a single person (betting there's a Trophy for that) or just swagger around firing lethal arrows and stabbing people in the neck -probably making life quite difficult for yourself in the process.
Coming from the team behind Deus Ex: Human Revolution, we'd expect open approaches to missions to make up a large part of the game's DNA and are enormously relieved to finally see some solid evidence of this. The footage brings to mind a hybrid of Deus Ex, Far Cry 3 and Dishonored, which might just the best thing to happen to stealth gaming since Hideo Kojima looked at a PS1.
We can't wait for Lords of Shadow 2 here at Dealspwn and it looks like Mercury Steam haven't run out of ideas for ruddy huge boss fights yet either if this new gameplay video is anything to go by.
This multi-part boss fights sees ol' pasty face take on a transforming enemy that begins as a lance-wielding knight before going on to become a snake and then a large mechanical puppet-bot. Time to brush on those dodging skills as this could be a tough one. Fingers crossed there are some checkpoints along the way as this isn't the shortest of battles, but then again, the best ones never are.Click here to read more...
About time too. After the exceptional first episode of The Wolf Among Us left us with a truly shocking cliffhanger, Telltale left us hanging for three months. Three months I've spent gnawing on my newsdesk and clawing at my hair in closure-less anguish. Three months that I've spent desperately pining for any new info while daydreaming of foulmouthed cockney frogs.
Thankfully Telltale are finally ready to release Episode 2 - entitled 'Smoke & Mirrors' - next week, presumably Wednesday and Thursday across multiple platforms. Since the PC version can only be bought as a season pass, we're keen to see if Telltale can keep the quality up. Expect subplots to thicken, more revelations, plenty of raw violence and about a thousand more unanswered questions.
In case you didn't know, The Wolf Among Us brings classic Fairy Tales into a gritty and complex 80s setting, and does so majestically. Be sure to read our spoiler-free 9/10 review for our verdict.