The inept Dragon Warrior returns with his master and friends in Kung Fu Panda 3. Po finally meets his father, Li, played by Bryan Cranston. You don’t even have to look at them to know that they’re related. Just listen.
From the makers of Despicable Me comes a new animated comedy about what pets do behind their masters’ backs. Starring comedians Louis C.K., Kevin Hart, Albert Brooks, Eric Stonestreet, Jenny Slate, Hannibal Buress and more.
The newest gameplay trailer for Just Cause 3 explains the game’s premise, Rico’s new equipment and his 400 square mile playground. In summary: You play as Batman with the Incredible Hulk’s appetite for destruction.
The 1930s cartoon-inspired run and gun game has been delayed to 2016, but it’s shaping up to be one hell of an experience. Play as the eccentric Cuphead or Mugman and defeat a variety of equally zany bosses alone or with a friend.
(PG-13 Language) Nathan and Sully go through the ancient action movie tradition of driving a car through crowded streets, as Naughty Dog flexes its muscles and reminds us that “cinematic gameplay” is not an oxymoron. Amazing.
A lightweight trailer that’s classic on the outside but modern on the inside. It weighs just 1100lb. thanks to its fiberglass shell. Its interior can be equipped with modular and rearrangable parts, such as beds, kitchenettes and drawers.
EA continues to amp up the style of its popular arcade racer. Here’s pre-alpha footage of a tricked out BR-Z as it tears through a graphically impressive cityscape. The game offers modes for racers, builders, drifters, co-opers and outlaws.
Cool your drinks with freedom. True Fabrications’ U Ice of A lets you make ice shaped like the Continental United States. Or at least most of them. The East coast was compressed in the service of serviceable ice.
Learn the origin story of Faith as she runs, jumps, melees, kicks, and parkours her way through a new first-person adventure. The game has no levels or loading screens, just a big open world. Also, is that digital Morgan Freeman at the end?
Yu Suzuki has taken to Kickstarter to fund development of a sequel to the pioneering Dreamcast games. Fan reaction was so massive, that Kickstarter went down upon its reveal at E3. Coming to PS4 and PC in 2017.
Impressively immersive gameplay footage that puts us smack dab in the middle of the assault on Hoth during The Empire Strikes Back – in what promises to be the most epic Star Wars video game ever created.