Category Archives: Trailers

Bedlam, Classic FPS Adventure Game Lands On Steam’s Early Access



Bedlam

A new first-person shooter from RedBedlam and KISS ltd has launched on Steam’s Early Access. The game is a throwback to classic first-person shooter titles by throwing players into a world where they venture throughout the history of video games; battling in classic Pac-Man style mazes to killing zombie Nazis, the game throws everything and the kitchen sink at players. Continue reading




WWE 2K15 First Gameplay Trailer Is Impressive



WWE 2k15

It feels like over the last couple of years the officially licensed WWE games have just been phoning it in. Churning out the standard-fare crap we’ve all come to somewhat enjoy for the sake of… well, I don’t really know why people still enjoy the rehashed stuff. I grew tire of it. Anyway, the latest WWE game from 2K Games at least looks to offer gamers a slightly more dynamic presentation of the popular sports entertainment brand. Continue reading

Chaos Ride Speeds Onto Steam Greenlight

Chaos Ride

Sc0tt Games has dropped a new game on Steam’s Greenlight service and it’s called Chaos Ride. This game is pure speed. It fits into the growing trend within the indie community to explore futuristic racing titles that go over and beyond with pushing the limits of hand-eye coordination and break-neck speed reflexes. Words can’t do this game justice, which is why it’s a good thing Sc0tt Games let loose a slick new trailer. Continue reading

MotoGP Devs Announce Ride For Consoles, PC

Ride Game

Milestone has just announced that they have a brand new game in the works for home console and PC called Ride. It’s a motorcycle racing game that goes beyond the restricted confines of a race track, and enables players to explore the limits of more than 100 different bikes across a variety of different race courses. Continue reading

Final Fantasy XV TGS 2014 Gameplay Trailers Released

Final Fantasy XV

Square Enix released some new video footage of Final Fantasy XV coming out of this year’s Tokyo Game Show. The series continues to expand, grow and blossom in ways you may not have even thought possible. The new gameplay footage for Final Fantasy XV rolls out a look at the game’s environments, combat systems and the Monster Hunter-esque creatures that roam the world. Continue reading

Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director’s Cut Now Available

Shadowrun Returns - Dragonfall Director's Cut

One of the coolest Kickstarter games to land on digital e-tailer shelves is a little something-something from Harebrained Schemes called Shadowrun Returns. The original Kickstarter game was okay as far as content goes, but it had a lot of breadth for what it could potentially achieve. Things drastically opened up when Harebrained released an expansion called Dragonfall, giving players the sort of Shadowrun experience that they had waited nearly two decades to play. Continue reading

Phantasmal: Roguelike Horror Game Launches On Kickstarter, Steam Greenlight

Phantasmal

A small team has assembled together to work on a procedural horror game based around Lovecraftian themes and a throwback to the old days of video game horror by paying tribute to the likes of Silent Hill. The name of the game? Phantasmal. The title revels in the ability to explore and experience horror in undefined ways. Continue reading

Styx: Master Of Shadows Trailer Previews Stealth Mechanics

Styx Master of Shadows

Some of the features and general play mechanics may seem derivative and passe, but Styx: Master of Shadows looks like a solid entry in the under-utilized stealth-adventure genre. We used to get games like this a dime a dozen during the PS2 era, but they quickly and silently faded out of view as the seventh generation of gaming took over. With that said, it’s at least nice to see more games tackle the stealth, action-adventure mold, as it’s not something we get often on home consoles. Continue reading