Ever since Deus Ex hooked us with its cyberpunk gameplay we’ve been hankering for more; this latest concept art for Deus Ex 3 is promising with a heavy whiff of Blade Runner.
We love GameTrailer’s retrospectives (watch Fallout here), but this WoW video is our favorite; it actually covers everything from Kesmai, UO and Everquest to the Lich King expansion.
Bargain hunters, rejoice: Steam is offering the Valve Complete Pack for $99; it includes every Valve game ever made, from Counter-Strike and Half Life to Portal and Left 4 Dead.
In stores today, Need for Speed: Undercover has a cinematic intro up to entice undecided racing fans; this one features Nissan’s new 370z tearing things up with red and blues in pursuit.
After scoring a whopping 38/40 at Famitsu, we’re even more intrigued by this Awaken trailer for Last Remnant; it’s due out on November 20th for the Xbox 360 in North America.
With six collectible pewter tokens, Ultimate James Bond Monopoly is sure to please 007 fans; the Community Chest and Chance cards are replaced with Bond Allies and Enemies.
We could’ve done without the emo music, but this launch trailer for Tomb Raider: Underworld beautifully shows off the game’s lush environments and unique boss battles.
Take R-Type, mix it liberally with Dragonball Z and you’ll get Light Heroes, a side-scrolling shoot ’em up with a surprising amount of upgrades; warning: your clicking finger will hurt.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun has a trio of Prince of Persia trailers up; suffice to say, they’re all good, but our favorite is the story trailer, which although lengthy at 5 minutes is absolutely gorgeous.
For Blizzard fanatics: Echoes of War; is an orchestral soundtrack with 90 minutes of music from StarCraft, WarCraft and Diablo, and will be available in standard and legendary editions.
Mirror’s Edge 2D is a terrific side-scrolling version of the original game, although it’s limited to one stage. It takes getting used to but hang on to that S key for some glorious airtime.
This trailer for Bionic Commando eschews cinematics and exposition for good ol’ fashioned gameplay; we’re positively stoked at how fast-paced and action-packed this game looks.
This Kingdom Under Fire II trailer looks like an epic Lord of the Rings battle; the fact that it’s a massively multiplayer RTS has us chomping at the bit for more. It’ll drop sometime in 2009.
Designed by legendary artist Michael Lau (check out his Kubrick figures here), Juno x Soft Hard is commemorative set based off Hong Kong celeb Juno Mak’s “Lam Man Lung” music video.
As if we hadn’t been sold long, long ago on Left 4 Dead, this minigun gameplay video is icing on the cake. Bloody, bloody icing with lots of carnage, but tasty icing nonetheless.
With Mirror’s Edge out, players may experience a strange feeling of deja vu with this LBP mashup video; totalitarian governments are no match for the cutest runners on earth.
After years of rooftop piloting, Snoopy’s dreams have finally come true: we’re rooting for the little guy, as he’s got his own WWI Flying Ace game with a 2010 release date.
Those of us still waiting for a true Master of Orion successor should check out StarBaron; it’s a space-themed RTS that isn’t too complex, making it ideal for a lunch break romp.
Joe Esposito crooning You’re The Best to a Street Fighter II gameplay montage just seems transcendent; we can only hope the Capcom gods deign to include this in-game one day.
Gamers are raving over these Tritton AX Pro Headphones, which sport eight (!) front, rear and subwoofer speakers, direct optical in and a USB connection for voice chat.
Combining zombies with tower defense, Zombie Attack is a surefire hit; it costs less than a buck and is now available at the iTunes App Store. Note: nausea warning on the video above.
Quick Fire Pool does away with opponents and pits you against the timer; basically, pocket as many balls as you can in a given time, with extra time and points for special moves.
MotorStorm: Pacific Rift is shaping up to be an awesome party game; this trailer shows off 4-player split screen, wicked avatar customization and hair-singeing jumps over lava.
This Eve Online trailer for the Quantum Rise expansion lays it on thick, with “breaking news” of a surprise invasion. The real star of the show: enhanced stability and gameplay tweaks.
levelHead isn’t new, but this crisp Vimeo video does a much better job at showing off the spatial memory game; it uses a Sony Eyetoy, solid plastic cubes and runs on Ubuntu and Debian.
Made with AfterEffects in only 20 hours, this Mega Man stop motion video by Nicolas Menard features paper cutters of death, dangerous Oreos and a hat tip to classic Nintendo controllers.
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