Time to dig a bit deeper into the world of Dark Souls with the second in a series of prologue videos. On tap today - we take a deeper look at the story behind the game. Dig it!
Ready to kick off your weekend with some zombie mayhem? For their "Undead Spokesman" live-action trailer for the upcoming horror-based hack and slash title Rise of Nightmares, Sega has enlisted the absolute best expert they could find to help remind you that this isn’t your usual Kinect game. Be sure to pay attention as our new undead friend drops his nightmarish knowledge on you.
Yet another bit of eye candy has crawled out of the dungeon and made its way online for the upcoming tough-as-nails video game Dark Souls, and we've got your first look at how it all begins!
Dark Souls wants to destroy you. This spiritual successor to 2009’s brutally difficult Demon’s Souls looks to be bringing back the soul crushing, confidence shattering, controller smashing insanity of its predecessor ... and we wouldn’t have it any other way!
Today we present the "Euro Vacation” trailer for Sega's upcoming horror-based hack and slash title Rise of Nightmares. They've been telling us this is not a typical Kinect game, but if you haven’t been listening, you'll definitely want to take a look at some of the highlights from their recent trip.
You know it's always a good idea to respect your elders, especially when they're likely to get up off of the couch and beat your video game playing ass to a pulp! Behold our favorite video game trailer of the year!
We previously told you about what Sega is offering gamers who pre-order Rise of Nightmares from GameStop (read about it here), and now comes the lowdown on what you'll get if you prefer to order online from Amazon. It's an Avatar pet named "Jester" - read on for the details.
One of the highlights of last month's San Diego Comic-Con was having the chance to check out first-hand Sega's upcoming Rise of Nightmares for the Xbox 360 Kinect. We know hard-core horror gamers are going to love it, and to help whet your appetites further, we have the red-band trailer debut.
Are you an excited Xbox 360 Kinect owner but want something a bit more (well, okay, a lot more) visceral than just dancing or running in place while swinging your arms like a maniac? Yeah, us, too. That's why we're so excited for Sega's Rise of Nightmares.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Exclusive - Dread Central’s First Look at Batman: Arkham City and Video Interview with Dax Ginn
Rocksteady Studios did something almost unheard of with 2009’s Batman: Arkham Asylum; they made a game based on the Dark Knight that not only didn’t suck, but was actually one of the best games released that year. How do they plan on following up their initial salvo into the world of the Caped Crusader, you ask? By upping the stakes and making everything bigger and badder.
Fan of Hatchet and Hatchet II? On Xbox 360 and have a hankering to shed some blood with the folks who know all about bringing the violence? Then, brothers and sisters, you had best clear your calendars and break out your copy of Halo: Reach! From the ArieScope Website:
Finally the time has come. While the full-motion-video teaser trailer for Sega's upcoming game Rise of Nightmares for the XBox 360 Kinect was undoubtedly cool, we've all been wanting to see the game in action. Wait no more! Look for Rise of Nightmares in stores in September. From the Press Release
In a time when highly anticipated titles like Duke Nukem Forever have pretty much screwed the pooch, it figures that a little known game would surface and end up being the sleeper horror hit of the year!
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.