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  1. For those who weren't watching the Sonic 25th Anniversary party last night and somehow didn't catch the news elsewhere, we're getting a new 2D Sonic game in the form of Sonic Mania, and...IT LOOKS FANTASTIC!! From what they talked about, it basically has remixed/reimagined levels from the original Genesis trilogy along with brand new levels. More importantly, it actually looks like a Genesis Sonic game, and I don't mean the graphics. The brief looks at the stage design and physics all point to this being the real Sonic the Hedgehog 4, because it looks like it will play and feel like a classic 2D Sonic game and not a cheap imitation. I'm super excited to play the game when it comes out in Spring 2017, but what about the rest of you? Looking forward to what could be the best Sonic game in years? Not interested because you've been burned by Sonic too many times? Or just don't care either way? Speed down to that reply box to let me know what you think.
  2. TKtheknight

    Marvel vs DC Epic Trailer

    Pretty awesome edited trailer with Marvel vs DC heroes. Awesome! Nuff said! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KxIHVGch8I
  3. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call doesn't release until September 16th in North America. But if you're itching to know what the game is like, then you can check out the demo that is now available on the 3DS eShop for both North America and Europe! The demo features two songs: "Edgar & Sabin's Theme" from Final Fantasy VI and "J-E-N-O-V-A (AC Version)" from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Both songs can be played in Basic, Expert, or Ultimate modes. As a bonus, those who download the demo will unlock extra characters from the start in the full retail game. As per usual with 3DS demos, you can play up to 30 times before the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call demo expires.
  4. Haha this is pretty good editing and genre flipping. Imagine X-Men as a comedy film. I thought this was pretty funny and with Days of Future Past coming up thought I'd share this.
  5. I'm so excited for this game and got the chills watching this. Looks much better than the previous two and definitely missed playing more Lighting in the XIII-2. I have this game preordered thanks to Kiky's partially help paying for it. Can't wait! Woo! Anyone else excited?
  6. Marcus Estrada

    Escape Goat 2 Bleats About New Trailer

    Puzzle platformer Escape Goat came as much of a surprise when it launched in 2011. Alongside a weird name it provided some great gameplay mechanics that kept people playing. Escape Goat 2 is finally coming from developer Magical Time Bean and a trailer has appeared to herald its arrival. Escape Goat 2 is aiming for a Summer 2013 launch on PC as opposed to XBLIG as the original was. As the trailer states, it is the story of a goat that is "imprisoned for witchcraft". Interestingly, the sequel does not have a Greenlight page but the original Escape Goat does. Here's the trailer in all its purple-colored goat glory:
  7. Soul Sacrifice is fast approaching its Vita launch. North American gamers will be able to get their hands on it on April 30th, although a demo is currently available. This demo even allows users to transfer their saves over to the full game. With that said, the demo loses online abilities as soon as Soul Sacrifice launches, which means you really should give the demo a spin if you're curious. With that said, players should already be mostly aware as to whether or not they want the game day one or not. There are a few digital pre-order bonuses which could help sway a few people. Let's take a moment to remind everyone as to what they are comprised of. The bonuses include two unique costumes, three magic items, and a Japanese language pack. The first two items are exclusive to pre-orders but the Japanese voice pack is going to be available as a separate purchase. Still, those with a taste for Japanese voice acting would probably be best served by getting it as free DLC. Here's the trailer posted to PlayStation Blog which shows off the pre-order extras:
  8. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon first made its way into the gaming world on April 1st. The unfortunate timing confused some as to whether it was an actual game reveal or not. As it turned out, Ubisoft Montreal's game is indeed real and isn't far from launch. The aesthetic of the game sure seemed strange enough to be a joke, though. Instead of taking place in the modern era, it seems more like the 80's interpretation of the future. It may not make much sense, but an official trailer released today oozes said atmosphere. It's worth noting however that modern teenagers may not even be aware of what a VHS is and not understand why the trailer has such visual effects. Those excited for the game only have a month to wait. On May 1st, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon will be available on PSN, XBLA, and PC. All PC pre-order copies in particular get a copy of the soundtrack.
  9. Atlus has released a new five and a half minute long trailer for the 3DS game Shin Megami Tensei IV. It is entirely in Japanese, but fans of the series will notice quite a few things just from the images alone. You can view it in all it's glory by playing the video posted below. Shin Megami Tensei IV releases in Japan on April 23 of this year. Keep on the lookout for information regarding an American release date soon. Until then, just sit back and enjoy the trailer.
  10. Do you remember Remember Me? The game initially saw a burst of interest when it was revealed during Gamescom as the re-branded version of Adrift. The game's concept of heading into people's memories and manipulating them drew players in. Since then, there have been bits of information, but nothing too substantial. We should expect that to change in the coming months as we now have a release date. Remember Me will be coming on June 4th (as long as no delays crop up). The game will come to Europe a few days later on June 7th. As such, we should begin to see the media machine churning out information and videos on the game in increased amounts until then. Remember Me is coming to PS3, 360, and PC. There has been no mention to it coming to other systems such as PS4 or Wii U. Check out the latest trailer below:
  11. Harrison Lee

    Cyberpunk 2077 Teaser Trailer Released

    CD Projekt Red is known for making deep, mature, intense RPGs. With the Witcher franchise, the Polish development powerhouse proved it could deliver on strong promises of polished narrative, heavy moral choices, and non-linear gameplay. Projekt Red is once again at the helm of the recently-announced Cyberpunk 2077. While little has been revealed about the actual gameplay, Projekt Red has just released a teaser trailer, giving gamers a glimpse of what is to come. Based in a dark future of cybernetic implants and mind-altering substances, Cyberpunk 2077 focuses on humans who can't handle the changes to their bodies. As they change their physique, their body rebels and drives them insane, creating 'psychos'. These psychos kill at will, and only the elite Night Police can stop them. Does Cyberpunk interest you at all? What did you think of the trailer? Sound off in the comments below!
  12. Code of Princess is nearing its October 9th release date, and Atlus has bestowed upon us a look at the action RPG's co-op mode. Up to four players are able to play competitively -- either cooperatively or against each other. Both modes will be available locally and through Wi-Fi. On top of that, we're also given a sneak peek of some sample pages that will be in the Code of Princess Sound + Visual Book. The art book and music CD will be included with every launch copy of the game. Check out our previous coverage on Code of Princess to learn more about this eye-catching RPG from Agatsuma Entertainment and Atlus.
  13. Arkedo and SEGA's extremely chaotic and quirky platformer, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit, has finally received a release date. North Americans will be able to get their chance to play as Ash, the prince of hell, on September 25th for PlayStation Network, September 26th for Xbox LIVE Arcade, and October 3rd for PC digital download. Prices are $15/1200MSP/$15, respectively. As for our fellow Europeans, they'll be able to download the game on all three platforms on October 3rd. For those unable to wait for Hell Yeah! and other upcoming SEGA games, you can get a taste of them during the Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, Washington from August 31st to September 2nd. As for everyone else, here's a new trailer of Hell Yeah! from SEGA to tide you over. It shows off all the raunchy and crazy action the game has and all of the customization you can do.
  14. For those who have been following beat 'em up/action RPG, Code of Princess, here are some goodies from Atlus for you! First up, we have a character showcase of the people you're able to play as in the game. Shown in the trailer is a wide array of characters that all seem pretty unique. Among our main princess protagonist, Solange, are folks such as a necromancer that goes around in a body she built out of "spare parts", a cat merchant dressed as a pharaoh, and a nun. Atlus has also launched the full website for Code of Princess. Content on it includes info on the game, characters, battle system, a gallery, and some pretty looking wallpapers for you to download. Code of Princess for 3DS will be available for purchase on October 9th. Those who pre-order their copy are guaranteed a "Sound & Visual Book", which features music and art from the game. Check out all of the fighters of Code of Princess below! Are you looking forward to Code of Princess?
  15. So by now I'm sure most of you have seen or at least heard about the new Tomb Raider game and the fact that a trailer showed someone attempting to rape Lara Croft. During the trailer, her hands get tied behind her back and one of her captors attempts to get to know her in a much less than okay way. He ends up getting shot in the face for it. After this scene was shown to the gaming world, a firestorm started. People were upset to see Lara Croft nearly getting raped. There were arguments on both sides of why it was alright to have that moment in the game as a story element and arguments as to why they shouldn't have included it. Personally, I don't care about either side's squabbles. It is a video game. At no point was anybody about to get raped or shot in the face, so why make such a big deal about it? The real problem I saw with the trailer was their choice of including the attempted rape scene in a game trailer showing off what the game was about. You can't possibly get your point across of why it was happening in less than two minutes, so it just ends up looking really bad. Chad wonders what it would be like to have an extra hole in his head After reading up some more on the subject, I started to wonder something though. Why were people freaking out so much about this one instance? It isn't like this was the first time rape reared it's ugly head in a video game before. In fact, games released in just the last few years on current gen systems had rape in them and nobody even batted an eye about it. Spoiler ahead for those of you that haven't played FEAR 2 Let's just put it out there. At the end of FEAR 2, you get raped by Alma and it comes out of nowhere. One second you're trying to turn on some machine, the next second you're tied down to a chair and there's a naked woman standing in front of you. A few quick cuts later and bam, she's pregnant with what can best be assumed is your child. Don't believe me? Go to Google and type in "FEAR 2 ending". The results you get are hilarious considering the subject matter. They're almost entirely made up of people asking what happened and just how confused they are about the ending. And it is pretty obvious why they're so confused. On top of the implied rape, there is literally no build up to the surprise ending. (Warning: Picture may be considered NSFW) Sure, the closer you reach to the ending of the level, the more times you'll see Alma standing naked in a void, but at no point do they give you any real hints to what is happening. Despite all of this, I didn't see this mentioned once in any blogs about how wrong rape is. Probably because it was a ghost doing the raping. Obviously rape isn't something that should be taken lightly, but the fact is this isn't something that is new to movies or games. And there's still the fact that nobody was actually raped in either of the above situations. Like I said earlier though, the main problem I have with the trailer is that they showed the attack at all. (Warning: Picture may be considered NSFW) There's no way they can possibly explain the attack or how it factors in to the game's overall narrative. Showing it in the trailer will at best prove the game will be going to some pretty dark places. But as you can tell from the reaction so far, that isn't enough of a reason to show it. I'm sure the people writing the story will be able to implement it into what is happening to Lara, but there's no way they could get their point across in two minutes of footage. That's why I believe people were so upset about it. They don't have any idea why its happening, what the situation is or who these people are. There will always be the people screaming rape no matter how it is explained in the story, but I think if people were to see it happen in the game instead of a trailer with no explanation, the backlash wouldn't have been nearly as bad as it was. --------------------- How do you feel about this whole subject? Agree, disagree, kind of agree? Well why not explain why you feel how you do in the comments below? As always, thank you for reading.
  16. Marshall Henderson

    Darksiders 2 Comes to a TV Spot Near You

    THQ has released a new 35 second television spot for Darksiders 2, appropriate as many televisions are likely to be wearing the game on their screens in a little over a week. The TV spot, in all its brevity, shows off the world's favorite event, the Apocalypse ending all human kind, and all the shenanigans associated with such. We see the horrifying face of a child sprung forth from the Uncanny Valley, and she looks pretty terrified of seeing the pale rider himself on the approach. A monster dives at the child and her caretaker, but Death overtakes it and the scene transitions into a Hell-like place where Death beats some dudes up.Dramatic music, theatrical narration, and a giant monster for the hero to go fight all play across the screen, and... Well, see for yourself. http://youtu.be/M_VgiVQLkrg Darksiders II comes to us as a sequel to Darksiders, which followed War, another of the notorious Horsemen. It's been well over two years since its release, however, and so August 14th, 2012, THQ is going to make it right. PC, Xbox 360, and the PlayStation 3 will all get the Darksiders II treatment in just over a week, so gird your loins for more End Days mayhem.
  17. Ubisoft has released yet another Assassin's Creed III trailer, this time with a little more live-action and a little less gameplay. This time, the key to the trailer is one of the spirit of revolution, and not necessarily the battles fought for it. The trailer shows a young man on the battlefield, a statesman in a conference, a man in a burning village, and other people who represent the population of the time. Each of the people states, "When I..." and some act of rebellion, either through concept or through practice. The theme seems to be that it isn't just a war between generals, but a rebellion that reaches every person, from soldiers to statesmen to a mother defending her children. Connor doesn't show up until the end, and only for a few seconds. The words "RISE" appear across the center screen. Three messages are implied or stated here: Assassin's Creed III does play strongly with the revolution as a theme, the common person has to take part, and the jams are thoroughly dramatic in the trailer. But you don't have to take my word for it! Assassin's Creed III, again, will see daylight on October 30th for the States and October 31st for Europe.