As we get closer to the release of games, companies tend to amp up their advertisement for their games. Nintendo is no different to this and is no stranger for getting people really hyped right before their games are released. Well, they’re doing it again. Nintendo UK released a new trailer for Super Mario Maker with a nostalgic tone. I can describe it but I figure actually watching it will do a lot more then me explaining it. You can find this new trailer below.
Never Alone is one of those games that originally snuck up on me, but it’s one I have now said you should not miss. It’s available on multiple platforms, including PS4 and Wii U. It tells the tale of a young Inuit girl and fox spirit, as well as giving background on the Inupiaq people themselves. The developers have just announced that the game will be getting at least one expansion. It’s called Foxtales and it will continue the story started in the original game.
The newly released trailer shows the two travelling by boat, confronting a large shadow monster, and at one point falling into the sea. I’m very interested in checking this out as I absolutely adored the original game. Right now Foxtales is only confirmed for PS4. I’ve reached out to the developers and if I hear back on other platforms it will be available for I’ll let you know.
It’s been a long coming but Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut has finally received console release dates. We can expect to see the game on Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 in the US July 21 and the rest of the world July 22, on Xbox One July 24 world wide, and in August on Wii U. All versions will share the same price of $9.99 that the PC version has.
Q.U.B.E Director’s Cut is first-person, physics-based, puzzle game that has seen some positive reviews. To see more, check out the trailer below.
Ken was revealed at Comic-con for Street Fighter V. We all knew he was coming, he’s kind of a mainstay in the series, however he’s been changed up quite a bit to feel even more different from Ryu then before. His redesign is edgier and more stylish in appearance but in combat he moves quicker and more loosely. Check out the trailer below to see him in action!
If there was ever a better way to get me to geek out over a video game trailer then I can’t think of one. Warner Bros. and Traveller’s Tales have just released a trailer for the upcoming LEGO Dimensions game featuring none other than Doctor Who.
You get to see the Doctor, in this case voiced by #12 himself Peter Capaldi, hanging out with a LEGO version of Clara, Gandalf, Wild Style and Batman. You also find out you’ll get to play as all thirteen of the Doctor’s incarnations. Oh, and The Doctor and Doc Brown standing together justs adds another delicious layer of icing to that cake. Then you have The Doctor in the Portal test chambers with Homer Simpson. Have I mentioned that this game just gets crazier and crazier? Just watch the trailer. You’ll understand.
Warner Bros. has shown off some of the gameplay for the Portal expansion of Lego Dimensions and it looks crazy. Not only do you have the portals in the game that let you jump around the base itself also have portal capabilities allowing you to jump around to different parts of the world using something called SHIFT mode. They’re really going all out with this one. Check out the trailer showing it off as well as a glimpse at the Chell minifig.
During Nintendo’s E3 conference we were treated to a new trailer for Xenoblade Chronicles X. In it we also received a release date. We can expect to be playing Xenoblade Chronicles X December 4th, 2015. See the awesome new trailer below!