Joining the Barbarian, Witch Doctor and Wizard is the Monk: this Monk Class trailer for Diablo 3 starts off with staff combat, but the monk mojo really shines when his fists go flying.
Worth1000.com’s latest photoshop contest is Tolkien on overdrive: Middle Earth 2009 takes the Shire and applies a thick (and often controversial) coat of post-modern symbolism.
We’re liking this new theatrical trailer for Where the Wild Things Are, if only because it better fleshes out the personalities of the various monsters: it’s definitely a motley, if funny crew.
Now available: the Harry Potter Paperback Set includes all seven books of J.K. Rowling’s acclaimed series, and at a reasonable price compared to B&M stores with $3 shipping.
We’re all aware of Dragon Age’s bloodiness, but the dwarves seem particularly well-suited to maximizing sanguinity at every swing of the axe: it’s always a good day to bleed.
It’s not the most exciting trailer, but this video details the various demonic Fallen One creatures you’ll encounter in Diablo 3; you’ll see both concept artwork and character models.
This Forgotten Secret trailer for White Knight Chronicles starts off with butterflies and ballroom dancing; in other words, it’s ripe for all the slick sword-swinging mayhem afterwards.
Warhammer 40K players will literally drool over this Necron Monolith Cake; it was made by Chicago bakery Luscious Layers for a lucky gamer on her 26th birthday. Thanks, Don!
We’ve lost track of all the Harry Potter: Half-Blood Prince trailers, but any true-blue Muggle would be remiss to skip this latest one: it’s inspiring, suspenseful and action-packed.
Blade & Soul is an upcoming Korean MMORPG that looks and plays like a manga come to life with acrobatics, bloody fight sequences and ridiculously well-endowed ladies.
There’s so much action in this launch trailer for BattleForge that it gets us dizzy (in a good way); it’s a card-based strategy game with 200 initial cards and an an auction/trading system.
We’re really looking forward to the coming of age plot of Overlord II, as revealed in the trailer above; also: a tyranny system which lets you choose between destruction and domination.
Siberian artist Vitaly Samarin’s work is a fantastic blend of digital and traditional pieces; he specializes in sci-fi and fantasy themes with a leaning towards post apocalyptic scenes.
Most kids of the 80s no doubt remember The Neverending Story; Enclothe has created a fantastic homage to the movie with a cool (but creepy) Southern Oracle t-shirt.
More Lord of the Rings: Conquest goodness for all you Gondor wannabees: while the graphics may not be jaw-dropping there’s nothing quite like watching Gandalf rush a Balrog head-on.
We could deal without the continuous operatic wail in the background, but this trailer for Japanese action RPG Demon’s Souls is an absolute eyeful for medieval fantasy fans.
We’re skeptical about God of War 3’s “Everything must come to an end” tagline (profit equals endless sequels), but Kratos packin’ a pair of armored wolf gloves is pure awesome.
Before Azeroth and Middle Earth was Camelot; King Arthur aims to give this legendary medieval fantasy its dues, with an RTS that reminds us of Total War in terms of its epic scope.
Classic-Castle.com’s Colossal Castle Contest VI is under way; Siege of Ung’Thol is easily the front runner, with orcs, trolls and catapults having us wax nostalgic for Lord of the Rings.
Elven Legacy looked like yet another (albeit good-looking) fantasy game, at least until we saw hexes: we’re big turn-based gamers, so we’re eagerly awaiting its Q1 ’09 release.
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.
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.
While we’re still smarting over the film’s eight month delay, this new full-length 1:30 trailer for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince has us giddy like a bunch of first-year Hogwarts students.
Sanskrit epics and techno-fantasy blend awesomely in this teaser for MBX; it was conceived by acclaimed comic artist Grant Morrison under Liquid Comics (formerly Virgin Comics).
Although it’s not scheduled for release stateside, this Dragon Quest IX trailer really wowed us with the DS’ graphic abilities; the game features co-op multiplayer and turn-based combat.
Available in a few days, Stephen King’s Dark Tower: Long Road Home gets a hardcover edition that spans issues #1-#5; this creepy comic series is great for alternate reality fans.
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