E3 is a very exciting time for any gamer and with a whole host of press conferences tomorrow, Activision have decided to jump the gun and show off Call of Duty: Ghosts in a 30 minute video, featuring snippets of multiple levels.
Oh by the way the dog’s name is Riley. Impressed? Honestly, I’m not but a lot of people will be. For those asking why I may not be: If a dog companion, a new name and fish A.I. is what you’re saying is revolutionary then we have a big problem.
One of the only new game announcements at Sony’s press conference was Beyond: Two Souls, even though information about it was leaked before the official announcement. Nevertheless it still had an impressive showing and having a great actress like Ellen Page may really make this the game we were all hoping for, without the bad french acting.
Either way, enjoy the video below. Beyond: Two Souls launches some time in 2013 exclusively on PlayStation 3.
I wouldn’t hate you if you didn’t know anything about Deadlight until now; in fact, I feel sorry for actually. A side-scrolling Metroidvania game with zombies and one of the strongest atmospheres ever seen in those types of games.
The game is part of Xbox’s Summer of Arcade and will launch between June and July this year.
Maxis have left the Sim City series for a few years now but they are hoping to bring it back with a bang, and from what I’ve seen of the game so far, it looks like they are going to deliver and making Sim City the ultimate city building simulator.
Sim City launches exclusively on PC next February but for now enjoy the below trailer.
Although Nintendo was lacking with their games announcements for their new console Wii U, their only real saviour was Ubisoft who announced a bunch of games for their console including a couple of exclusives for the system. The game you should really be paying attention to for the Wii U is ZombiU. A survival horror in every sense, one bite from a zombie in ZombiU results in instant death.
It’s definitely looking promising so check out the trailer below and wonder will it really deliver what it promises.
Although Square Enix has made a few missteps with the Final Fantasy series in recent times, they are not ready to give up on the series yet. Although there was still no mention of Final Fantasy Verses XIII, they did show off what Square Enix feel is the future of Final Fantasy, and believe me it looks beautiful.
View the tech demo below and JRPG should be excited about how Final Fantasy games will look. All that needs to be ask is: How will it play?