Category Archives: Trailers

Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 Signals Freddy’s Return

Five Nights At Freddy's 2

Oh man, this would make for an awesome low-budget horror flick. Animatronic, killer robots taking down any and everyone at a creepy pizza parlor that’s supposed to be for kids? That has sleeper-hit written all over it. For now, Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 will simply be the follow-up sequel to the original smash hit that took Steam by storm. Continue reading



Mario Kart 8 DLC Trailer Previews Yoshi’s Circuit, New Characters

Mario Kart 8

Nintendo has finally started getting in on the DLC train (for better or for worse). They have some substantial new DLC in the works for Mario Kart 8, including new tracks and characters dropping this November and additional tracks and characters racing onto the scene in May of 2015. Continue reading

Through Time: First-Person Platformer Where You Can Slow Down Time

Through Time

A new independent game is on the way called Through Time, a first-person adventure platformer that sees players racing through various environments to get from one destination to the next. The trick isn’t that it’s just another exploration platforming game, it’s that you can manipulate time in order to change the way platforming operates. Continue reading

Legena: Union Tides Rekindles 16-Bit JRPG Goodness For PC, Android, OUYA

Legena

Grandpa Pixel is working on a brand new 16-bit inspired role-playing game that brings back the puzzles, the adventure, the travel and the combat from a bygone era made popular by bright, Japanese-storytelling engineers. The name of the game is Legena: Union Tides, and it’s an isometric title that’s currently going through a moderate Kickstarter program with a goal of only $1,000. Continue reading

Hatred Is A Game Designed To Drum Up Mass Controversy

Hatred

There’s a new game in the works by indie studio Destructive Creations. The name of the game? Hatred. It’s a new-age take on the Running With Scissors classic, Postal. The graphics have been upgraded, the animations have been improved and the levels of controversy that comes with those upgrades are brimming with the potential of mass-media outcries. Continue reading

Alice In Tokyo Wonderland Lands On Steam Greenlight, Kickstarter

Alice In Tokyo Wonderland

A new third-person hack-and-slash title has found its way onto Steam’s community Greenlight service, as well as the crowd-funding outlet Kickstarter. The game is called Alice In Tokyo Wonderland and features a young girl with a big sword who happens to have an affinity for hacking and slashing bad guys. The game has already received a bit of praise for its premise on Steam Greenlight, but it hasn’t been doing quite as well on Kickstarter. Continue reading

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Leaked Multiplayer Trailers Surface

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

A series of videos are currently unlisted on Activision’s official YouTube account for Call of Duty. Twinfinite spotted the videos (though I’m not entirely sure how if they were unlisted) and managed to post them up on their website. Given the domino effect of the way the news works, it’s only natural that the videos would end up on other sites, too. Continue reading