The trailer above for Star Ocean: The Last Hope is a bit like Final Fantasy meets Mass Effect; word is it’ll be more team-focused with a 4-party system when it drops 2/24 in North America.
With atrocious English and a maddening four-axis control system, Aliens Must Die does get a bit annoying at times; still, it’s fun enough for a quick session during coffee breaks.
Section 8 aims to redefine the FPS genre; bold goals, but judging from its flexible spawn points, customizable characters, and drop-dead gorgeous trailer above, it might just deliver.
Rated 20% by Rotten Tomatoes, Mutant Chronicles is a bad, bad movie; still, any film that squeezes in Ron Perlman, John Malkovich, and steampunk tech screams cult classic.
Cyclecide’s Bike Rodeo mixes counterculture, bicycle riders, mechanics and the errant psychotic clown; they create pedal powered monstrosities and let the public get their ride on.
With cardboard sets and props, Hugo’s Dear Walker has a quirky, low-budget feel that we dig; this music video is also unique for having been shot in one, long continuous take.
The scenery is a bit barren, but this Dark Void gameplay video looks promising if you’ve ever dreamt of jetpacking around a-la-The Rocketeer (with a bit of God of War thrown in).
This second uncensored trailer for House of the Dead: Overkill keeps the classic grindhouse horror style of the first, but spends more time introducing you to the protagonists.
We don’t usually have time to sit through entire battles, but this Dawn of War 2 multiplayer battle with Orks wiping out panzies (Eldar) makes this a must-buy on February 19.
It must be the week of intros, first with Killzone and now the first four minutes of Riddick: Dark Athena; the Dark Athena looks creepy, but it’s really Riddick who sends shivers up our spine.
What Super Energy Apocalypse: Recycled lacks in graphics it makes up for in depth; it’s a basic RTS where you’re tasked with building a base to defend against mutant alien zombies.
Daddy issues? Incest? DNA tests? The more we think about it, Star Wars was made for Jerry Springer; CollegeHumor’s Ackbar! Talk Show dishes the dirt on Luke, Darth and Leia.
Texan Mark Winkler builds a full-scale trebuchet, calls it “Mongo,” uses it to hurl sixteen pound balls of fire at the Maker Faire, and one of his friends still has the nerve to ask, “Why?”
Monster Invasion looks deceptive simple: save London from Viking monsters with an array of traps; however, they crank up the tempo so quickly that defeat is nearly assured.
This extended alternate Resident Evil 5 trailer fills in a bit more of the backstory, but for the most part it makes our collective jaws drop with its gorgeous graphics; we can’t wait for March 13.
Disguised as a Saleen ‘Stang, Barricade was easily one of the hottest Transformers in the ’07 movie; uber-brick guru Gyuta (who also did Wall-E) is back with an amazing LEGO version.
Most games are about shooting, so were a bit surprised at how much fun Dodge is; your goal is not only to avoid enemy fire, but to lead it right back to them for some spectacular kills.
February 17 is just around the corner, so get your Super and Ultra combos ready while checking out this StreetFighter IV Story Trailer; everyone from Blanka to M. Bison gets a word in.
If you thought one year in 40 seconds was cool, 650 million years in 1 minute 20 seconds will blow your mind; watch continents slide from prehistory to 250 M.Y. in the future.
Thanks to Hungary’s Gamestar Magazine, the entire intro for Killzone 2 is up; it’s a nice mix of Starship Troopers camraderie, slow-mo kill shots and whack-job Visari going ape on TV.
Coming soon to XBLA, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix is Bejeweled on a hex grid from with jewels coming from multiple directions; like PQ, you’ll get special powerups (albeit with a sci-fi twist).
We’re a bit iffy on this early trailer’s graphics, but with Jim Lee at the helm of DC Universe Online, along with 100+ heroes and villains plus Metropolis and Gotham, we’re plenty stoked.
Brooding boy ninja, musical girl ninja and big ninja with eating problem: yeah, all the archetypes are in place, but we’re still excited over this Mini Ninjas trailer despite the cute overload.
If you’re expecting a dry summary of the 2009 CES in Vegas, look elsewhere; Current’s Ben Hoffman spends his time ridiculing absurd gadgets and harassing hapless exhibitors.
No, he’s not on crack: Theremin-master Greg uses a mic buried into headphones along with his hands for pitch and volume to create a trippy version of the Portal song via Rock Band.
Loved the White Knight Chronicles trailer? this gameplay video has it all: a knight in shining armor, a damsel in distress and some four-legged biomechanical cannon thing from hell.
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