Project Trico gets a real name: this trailer for The Last Guardian includes the teaser and then some, which ain’t a bad thing as Team ICO’s unique visual style is essentially a work of art.
Much like the New Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Galaxy 2 only slightly improves on an already winning formula with larger, more open areas; it’s due out sometime in 2010.
The second trailer for Lost Planet 2 takes us from the green jungle to the concrete jungle; you’ll see a dystopic city, co-op mechs, a three-headed dragon and a mega cannon.
Kind of like The Hills Have Eyes in a swamp, Point Lookout is Fallout 3’s latest DLC, coming to Xbox 360 and PC on 6/23; think zombie rednecks with double barrel shotguns.
$10 lets you replay one of the best games in Square Enix’s stable: Final Fantasy VII is available on PSN, giving both old-school gamers and new initiates a chance to loathe Sephiroth.
The Fab Four’s yellow submarine finally comes home with The Beatles: Rock Band; we’re loving both the nostalgia-inducing gameplay and the trippy goo goo g’joob cinematic trailer.
Only with a game like Dante’s Inferno can you get away with telling players to “Go To Hell”; this E3 trailer is like a nightmare x 100; seriously, abandon all hope ye who enter here.
Tecmo’s Team Ninja and Nintendo will be teaming up for the Wii-only, all-new Metroid: Other M, which features a mix of first and third-person action; it’s due out 2010. Thanks, JD!
Sure, the gameplay is still 2D, the graphics aren’t significantly revamped nor are the characters new, but we’re liking the New Super Mario Bros. co-op play and Wiimote integration.
With a line like “Who said anything about hiding?” this Splinter Cell Conviction trailer seems hell-bent on ditching the whole “sneaking” thing for the much more satisfying “shooting” thing.
It was one helluva surprise for E3-goers, but Final Fantasy XIV is official; exclusive to the PS3, the trailer above shows a return to steampunk/fantasy sensibilities; PS: Chocobo at 1:00!
LucasArts’ Monkey Island is back–twice: SOMI: Special Edition is a re-imagined version with new graphics, sound and voice, while Tales of Monkey Island will be a five episode saga.
Masked Venetian revelers are perfect cover in this lush cinematic trailer for Assassin’s Creed 2; it’s basically a Renaissance version of the first one, this time packing hidden guns.
The Big Easy turns into the Big Queasy with hordes of undead in this video for Left 4 Dead; it’s a brief teaser, with just enough time to get acquainted with the new quartet of survivors.
Oft-mentioned in the Halo mythos but never fleshed-out, the fall of Reach gets its own game; Halo: Reach is due out Fall 2010 and focuses on the events before the first Halo.
We thought this was Wii parody, but Microsoft’s Project Natal is the (pseudo) real deal; hammy paid actors and fake games aside, we’re intrigued by the controller-less interface.
We finally get some gameplay to chew on for Halo 3: ODST in the trailer above; Master Chief will be missed, but the revamped graphics and new abilities have us cleaning our battle rifles.
No longer hamstrung by that silly “there can be only two” rule, this E3 trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic packs more Sith than you can shake a lightsaber at and is flat-out awesome.
After their Sex & Violence trailer and now this cinematic E3 trailer, it’s becoming clear that BioWare is positioning Dragon Age: Origins as the RPG of choices for badasses everywhere.
The NRA has nothing on this guns trailer for Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood; it’s a lead-filled montage of six shooters, bolt action rifles and even a cannon; in other words, “Dy-no-mite.”
Mix Conan the Barbarian with a viral outbreak set in modern times and you have Nier, Square Enix’s latest action adventure game; the trailer above is a mix of gameplay and cinematics.
It looks like Futurama’s Raiders of the Lost Arcade segment, but the video above is an actual game; it includes Fry’s Rush soundtrack, episode clips and a Planet Express Ship cameo.
Split/Second takes a cue from Burnout (and then some) by turning entire race tracks into demolition derbies; massive buildings collapse around you as you head to the finish line.
Tired of being a sidekick, Luigi airs his dirty laundry with Mario; it’s also a trip down memory lane and covers everything from Dr. Mario to the dreaded Super Mario Bros. movie.
Leaked ahead of E3, the Sony PSP Go is a UMD-less slider with 16GB of memory, Bluetooth and memory slot; it won’t replace the PSP 3000 but will sell side-by-side with it this Fall.
This trailer for The Saboteur reveals little, both in terms of gameplay and censored naughty bits; still, we’re intrigued by setting: it’s an adventure serial-style FPS set in WW2.
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