Killzone: Shadow Fall Gets Two New Trailers Sooner than PS4 Launch

Posted on April 30, 2014 at 12:42 pm

Killzone: Shadow Fall is among the most anticipated PS4 launch titles, and for good reason. The team at Guerilla Games have crafted what looks to be the most effective looking next-gen launch title, and it looks super fun to play in addition. Now after months of seeing the sport in action, Sony has two final trailers for us before the sport launches with the PS4 this Friday.

The first trailer is your usual launch trailer that shows bits of story and gameplay to get players hyped for the one player campaign. For Killzone fans, it’s pretty exciting to peer a game set after the events of the outstanding Killzone 3. For everyone else, its campaign looks to be more fun than the campaigns present in Call of Duty: Ghosts and Battlefield 4.

The other trailer focuses exclusively at the tech utilized in the most recent Killzone title. That is the trailer for those that are more interested by the technical side of game development, or for those that wish to mindlessly argue about which console is healthier on the web. It’s more fun when viewed in the course of the eyes of the previous.

Killzone: Shadow Fall launches November 15 alongside the PS4. It is going to be noted that some retail locations are already carrying the sport, but what’s the purpose of purchasing a game which you can’t play, right?

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‘Assassin’s Creed IV’ Mobile App Released

Posted on April 29, 2014 at 9:52 am

The trend for major game releases during the last two years have been to pre-sell gamers on DLC with season pass bundles. Those bundles are actually expected and publishers have moved on ton the following trend: the so-called second screen experience.

Mobile apps that tie-in with big games are nothing new, but publishers this year have begun releasing more of them or even ones which could significantly affect gameplay. Ubisoft’s upcoming The Division appears to be like tailored around a mobile app by which players can interact with the sport world others are experiencing on their consoles. Even Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V had a “iFruit” app which could affect in-game customization options.

Today, Ubisoft released its mobile app for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. The app is offered through Apple’s App Store for iPads and during Google Play for Android tablets.

The app incorporates a full map of the sport, allowing players to peer objectives and mark waypoints. It also allows gamers to send their fleet of ships on missions while clear of the primary game, letting them grind for cargo and money all day long. Moreover those interactive elements, various game stats, unlocks, and treasure maps should be viewed during the tablet apps.

Ubisoft has released a video detailing all of those features and showing the way it will quickly sync with what’s happening within the real game:

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‘Dead Rising 3′ Story Trailer Released

Posted on April 28, 2014 at 1:36 pm

There are lower than two weeks left before the discharge of the Xbox One, and Capcom’s Dead Rising 3 looks to be among the many better exclusive launch titles coming for that console.

Capcom has done an attractive nice job of installation Dead Rising 3 for the subsequent-gen transition. The Dead Rising series has always had its fans, though the sports have never been wildly popular. By making Dead Rising 3 a next-gen launch title and an Xbox One exclusive, more gamers than normal might buy the game to have something fun and lightweight-hearted to play.

Speaking of fun, Capcom has also done an excellent job of marketing Dead Rising 3 as silly and fun, following its relatively dry announcement during Microsoft’s E3 press conference. That’s left little time for the publisher to disclose the game’s story, but today marks the discharge of the game’s first story trailer.

Based at the video, the tale in Dead Rising 3 mostly involves mechanic Mick Ramos attempting to escape a zombified city while facing panicked non-zombie people and a small injury (that seems a little bit a spoiler). The characters and situations certainly look larger-than-life and a chunk ridiculous – but that’s to be expected from a Capcom game.

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That Minecraft Documentary Is Now Free To observe On YouTube

Posted on April 27, 2014 at 3:38 pm

Late last year, 2 Player Productions released a documentary called Minecraft: The tale of Mojang. The film explored the origins of Minecraft and the immense impact it has had at the gaming community and players everywhere in the world. Since its release, you can purchase the film for as low as $8, but now it’s free.

2 Player Productions released everything of Minecraft: The tale of Mojang on YouTube today. The only-hour-and-44-minute film is all here on your viewing pleasure on everybody’s not-so-favorite-anymore video streaming portal.

Of course, the thrill a part of it being on YouTube lets you watch the whole film below. So grab a snack, get comfortable and prepare to observe the very best gaming documentaries ever made:

If you really liked the film and need to support the super talented guys over at 2 Player Productions, you should buy the two-disc DVD Limited Edition of the documentary over at their Website. You may as well pick up the C418 composed soundtrack while you’re at it.

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What If The Pirates Of Assassin’s Creed IV Were Tailors Instead?

Posted on April 26, 2014 at 7:42 am

Last week, Sony UK teased something Street Fighter related for the PS4 as component of its #4ThePlayers campaign. While we still don’t know what’s up with that, Sony has released another video with intentions which are far easier to discern.

The latest #4ThePlayers promo features E. Kenway & Sons Bespoke Tailors – a clothes shop based heavily on Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. As we already find out about Black Flag coming to the PS4, this promo doesn’t have a similar air of secrecy surrounding it. It’s only a fun reimagining of the characters and themes from the newest Assassin’s Creed title.

But wait, what if Sony is teasing something more? Perhaps an Assassin’s Creed clothing line? Maybe some exclusive DLC where Edward Kenway gives up pirating and becomes an honorable tailor? Those folks who love online game fashion would do anything for the latter, but Ubisoft probably has no plans to entice a brilliant niche market in a single of its biggest franchises.

Speaking of DLC though, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will feature exclusive content that makes a speciality of Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation protagonist Aveline. Afterward down the street, the sport will also receive a DLC spin-off called Freedom Cry! that specializes in Kenway’s quartermaster – Adewale. Freedom Cry! could be available on all platforms.

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Here’s What Diablo III Looks as if At the PS4

Posted on April 25, 2014 at 12:57 pm

Earlier this year, Blizzard Entertainment finally got back into the console business with Diablo III at the PS3 and Xbox 360. Many felt that Diablo III on consoles was the definitive version so far as gameplay was concerned, but those consoles couldn’t properly recreate the visual experience that the computer version offers. With next gen consoles, that’s now entirely possible.

Over the weekend, Blizzard showed off Diablo III running at the PlayStation 4, and it looks just nearly as good because the PC version does. It also shows off some gameplay from the brand new Diablo III expansion – Reaper of Souls – in an effort to be available on PS4 and PC.

With improved visuals and the gameplay enhancements seen within the earlier console versions, Diablo III at the PS4 could be the definitive version of Blizzard’s action RPG.

There’s no word yet on even if Diablo III will make its thanks to the Xbox One at some point. Right now, it sounds as if to be a next-gen exclusive on Sony’s machine, but it’s hard to visualize that it’s going to stay that way for long.

Oh, and while you’re at it, look at Blizzard’s other trailer for Reaper of Souls that details a number of the new features present in the growth:

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Xbox One Gets a good looking TV Spot

Posted on April 24, 2014 at 8:50 am

The Xbox One is ready to release in only under two weeks on November 22. As such, Microsoft is now starting its marketing machine to be sure everybody knows the following generation of Xbox is sort of here.

In the primary TV spot for Xbox One, Microsoft turns the trope of the gamer couple on its head. Usually, the fellow is seen playing some “core” game while the lady opts to play some “casual” game or watch “The Next Top Model.” Here is all done on the behest of a few marketing guy who still thinks that the sole folks that play “core” games are the 18-34 male demographic. Microsoft throws this cheap marketing tactic to the curb in favor of a lady who knows what she wants – killing zombies and a few beer.

Besides the above TV spot, Microsoft has also shared a brand new online ad that mimics its Surface unveiling videos featuring the hot game console on an elevated podium in a room filled with lights. The fact is, it seems like they shot the ad within the very same room, but who’re we to guage cost cutting measures inside the ad department.

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Xbox One to Have Skydrive App at Launch

Posted on April 23, 2014 at 6:18 am

Microsoft today announced that its upcoming Xbox One console could have SkyDrive capabilities when it launches on November 22. Customers may be capable of view photos and videos that they add to their SkyDrive using their Microsoft Account at the console.

The SkyDrive app at the Xbox One was specifically created by Microsoft’s SkyDrive team to exploit the console’s unique features.

The app will, for sure, benefit from the hot Kinect, that’s bundled in with every Xbox One. Users should be in a position to navigate SkyDrive at the console by flailing their arms around and using voice commands reminiscent of “Xbox – visit SkyDrive.” For larger photos the app may have the facility to zoom out and in , though it kind of feels users should use the Xbox One controller to try this.

Users can be ready to share their photos and videos using the Xbox One.

It was not made clear in Microsoft’s announcement whether Xbox One owners will be ready to add screenshots or videos taken of games to their Skydrive using the console.

With Microsoft positioning the Xbox One as an all-in-one lounge entertainment hub instead of only a online game console, it’s not surprising that a lot of Microsoft’s services will become at the Xbox One. As well as Skydrive, Skype was heavily integrated into the console, allowing Xbox One owners to reply Skype calls on-the-fly and snap the decision alongside other console tasks.

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Sony Will Hold a PS4 Launch Event In San Francisco

Posted on April 22, 2014 at 8:11 am

Journalists could be in Big apple this week for the launch of the PS4, but that’s not where Sony goes to carry the launch party for its newest console. Instead, our friends in California can be partying all night with Sony before the PS4 launches on November 15.

Sony announced today that it’ll be holding a launch event for the PS4 in San Francisco on November 14. Rather than holding it at among the company’s many Sony Stores, however, it is going to be holding it on the GameStop on 830 Market St.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a celebration without activities and food, and Sony has all that and more. For those attending the launch event, Sony will hook you up with PS4 demos & contests, food trucks, a variety of prizes and more.

Here’s everything which you could win on the event:

  • PS4 Grand Prize Pack, which incorporates a PS4 signed by Jack Tretton, and a Mark Cerny autographed Knack poster
  • PS Vita Prize Pack, which incorporates a system and a wealth of games
  • The Last People Prize Pack, inclusive of the Post Pandemic Edition, The Last People polo shirt, and The Last Folks Infected Bust
  • Tearaway charms
  • PS4 t-shirts
  • If you can’t make it out to the San Francisco event, Sony says that multiple stores might be open at nighttime for his or her own PS4 launch parties. Those retailers include Best Buy, GameStop, Walmart, Meijer and Sony’s own shops.

    For those folks getting their consoles through Amazon, relish the truth that you can still get some sleep on November 14. Make sure that you awaken in time for the UPS/FedEx delivery.

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    Sony Creates The coolest PS4 Unboxing Video Imaginable

    Posted on April 21, 2014 at 5:20 am

    The unboxing video has now become somewhat of a convention for brand new consoles. Before the recent hardware officially launches, a more robust up in the company will unbox the console and allow you to see what you’ll get day one with the hardware. These are frequently pretty banal affairs, but Sony decided to kick it up a notch.

    In the official PS4 unboxing video, Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida unboxes the PS4 on a hard and fast that was ripped straight out of an 80s sci-fi film. Yoshida himself is veiled in darkness until the tip as viewers are treated to a mystery man complete with leather gloves handling each PS4 component as though he was handling gold bars from Ft. Knox.

    As it’s an unboxing video, we’re also treated to all of the stuff you’ll get day one with the console. As previously noted, the box comes with a 500GB PS4, DualShock 4, HDMI cable, USB cable, mono headset and a PSN voucher worth $10.

    Since it’s rather a lot fun to check, you could possibly investigate cross-check the official Xbox One unboxing video here and Wii U unboxing video here. Some may chide Sony for needlessly going all out with its unboxing video, however the Sony faithful are guaranteed to appreciate the additional effort the corporate is putting into its marketing.

    After being unveiled in February, the PS4 finally launches this Friday on November 15.

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