One of 2013's most anticipated games is EA and Crytek's upcoming sandbox-shooter Crysis 3. The game will see the return of the main protagonist Prophet and the return of the deadly alien race known as the Ceph as well.
Crysis 3 won't release until next year, but you can expect lots of upcoming coverage for the game that is sure to be one of the biggest 2013 releases. Read on for more details and to check out the beautiful graphics on display in the new trailer!
That's right; Crysis 3 will be coming to PC and consoles in 2013. The hit sequel will run on the all new CryENGINE 3 to bring you some of the best graphics ever seen in any game--just check the demo for it below.
Oh, I get hysterical, hysteria. Oh, can you feel it, do you believe it? It's such a magical mysteria. What? We're not talking Def Leppard type "Hysteria"? Nope. What we have here is Alice: Madness Returns type "Hysteria", similar to the feeling of super power players felt when using the "Rage Box" item in American McGee’s Alice. Check out some screenshots!
We're less than one month from the launch of the Alice: Madness Returns video game, but starting today you can fall into Wonderland right on your mobile device as EA Games brings you "Alice: Madness Returns", an interactive storybook application for the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices! Best of all? It's FREE!
It's not often we get to see the process of symphony orchestras providing the soundtrack to video games, but if you happen to live near California State University Northridge, you have the chance to see -- and hear -- just that on May 9th, when Garry Schyman's music from both Bioshock and Dante's Inferno will be performed live in concert. From the Press Release:
Wonderland has never looked more deliciously depraved than it does in EA Games' upcoming Alice: Madness Returns! Don't believe us? Then feast your eyes on our exclusive character profiles for The Executioner and the Card Guards.
It was just about a month ago that we got our first good look at EA's upcoming horror game Alice: Madness Returns, and today we have even more goods including a gameplay trailer and five sweet screenshots.
Have you finished the new gold standard in action horror games known as Dead Space 2? Are you already screaming for more? If so, you’re not alone. Visceral Games has the answer with an all-new digital download pack - Dead Space 2: Severed. From the Press Release:
We can only pray that parents around the country buy this Alice in Wonderland video game thinking it's filled with floaty grinning cats and fluffy bunnies who are late for an appointment. Oh, the lunacy that would ensue. Rest assured, horror heads; EA's latest horror game Alice: Madness Returns is anything but rays of sunshine and smiles.
Hot off the success of what could very well be the horror game of the year in Dead Space 2, EA Games will be back this summer with another spooky title that's looking to take us through a horrific new envisioning of Hell itself! Get ready to dig on your first look at Shadows of the Damned. From the Press Release:
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Available for Xbox 360 (reviewed here), PlayStation 3, and PC
Recently the fine people over at G4 released a video for a brand new gaming experience they put together with writer/director Drew Daywalt and creature effects master Jeff Farley to create the scariest possible environment in which to play Dead Space 2 in honor of the game’s recent debut.
Just because Dead Space 2 hit video store shelves last week, don't think for a second that means the end of the cool extras EA Games has been pumping out in its honor. On tap for today we have the "Smoke and Mirrors" developer diary, which focuses on the User Interface and Visual Effects with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews from the team! Game Synopsis:
Jason Graves is a British Academy Award-winning composer who has brought his passion for music to a TON of vg titles such as Area 51, Star Trek, Command and Conquer, and of course ... the reason for the season: Dead Space and Dead Space 2.