You know, normally an announcement like this would have us doing back-flips in fits of joy. There's just one hitch ... we remember Konami's original Zombie Apocalypse all too well. Can the sequel get it right? Read on for the first screenshots and details.
Seriously? If you guys smell anything, it could be me as I just shit in my pants. If Sega's Aliens: Colonial Marines can live up to even a tenth of the madness contained in the following stills, we could be in for the interactive bug hunt we've all been waiting for! Gaze. Drool. Want. From the Press Release:
Now that the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is winding down at the Los Angeles Convention Center, some informational gems are starting to be released from game companies. Preeminent among those is Deep Silver and its highly anticipated game Dead Island.
It's been a couple of months since we've heard anything about Telltale Games' video game adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead, but with E3 winding down, there was bound to be something, right? That's right, kids! Game Informer nabbed the first three bits of concept art. But wait ... there's a twist ...
Since the debut of Nintendo's new home console the Wii-U (yes, that's actually its name; it's as if the Big N is still hard at work at coming up with the dumbest system monikers imaginable) at E3, we've been struggling to find a game coming out for it that looks cool. Sure it's innovative, but where's the love for horror gamers? Ladies and gentlemen, prepare to bear witness!
Here's an unexpected bit of news that will have you either screaming in delight or screaming in anger. For years now one of the main things fans have always loved about the Silent Hill franchise is its music, including the theme songs that are usually sung in the saddest way possible by a young female pop artist. Well, things just got darker.
If you're anything like us, you enjoy your Kinect but would love to see it do something more than play mini-games. You want adventure! You want horror! You want nightmares! Sega of America has got you covered. Look for Rise of Nightmares in stores in September. From the Press Release
Gears of War 3 is one of the most anticipated gaming titles of the year, and Epic Games has been doling out the goods during this week's E3 Gaming Expo. Here we have the official Gears of War 3 "Campaign" E3 trailer, a look at the E3 gameplay demo, and the reveal of new character "Griffin" with Ice T himself! Synopsis:
E3 is in full swing now, and along with the new trailers that debuted recently for both Activision Publishing's Prototype 2 and Deep Silver's Dead Island, gameplay videos have surfaced online for both games. And of course we have them for you right here!
With all due respect to Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, though excellent games, the no zombie thing has left many fans cold, including us. It's good to see that Capcom, however, is about to get back to shambling business in its latest entry into the video game franchise, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Ready for more undead action to get those zombie killing instincts honed? Then sit back, shine up your gun, grab some medical supplies, and dig on the new E3 trailer for Deep Silver's Dead Island. Welcome to the Island of Banoi!
We warned you that the goods were starting to come in from this year's E3, and next up we have a new trailer for Prey 2. It's time to hunt down some bounties!
The 2011 E3 Gaming Expo runs from June 7th-9th this year at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and already new trailers are coming in like wildfire. First up we have the Prototype 2 E3 trailer - Check it out and find out why Heller is so ticked off at Mercer. From the Press Release:
Here's the thing about the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse ... You may not wanna be pissing them off. And that's exactly what the Reaper himself is finding out in the latest installment of the Darksiders franchise, Darksiders II. Ready for your first look?
It's been a long, long road to get Aliens: Colonial Marines to consoles. At one point it seemed as if it was never coming. Thankfully, though, the powers-that-be have gotten it back on track! From the Press Release: