B1 has been a pretty good experience so far. As this picture hints…
It’s actually six mini-campaigns, each with a different protagonist—one a tanker, one an infantryman, one a pilot, and so forth. The one’s I’ve played through have been pretty good, if a bit short. (I would have loved some more time in the air.)
That said… LET’S GET HONEST!
“Historically accurate weapons”… HAH! Not even a bit.
Well… another next gen… er… current gen sequel is coming: Dishonored 2!
And here is the pretty awesome live action trailer for the steampunk-with-magic stealth assassination game.
You wanted more? Well, it’s here: Gears of War 4!
And it’s just as Gears-y as you’d expect it to be. Maybe even more. I’d say more, but Honest Trailers has it pretty well nailed.
TAKE IT AWAY!
And ANOTHER red hot trailer dropped this week: Logan, aka “Wolverine Part 3”.
People say it looks deep and moving. I don’t know, maybe. Then again, maybe it looks morose and depressing. And to waste Johnny Cash’s “Hurt” on it… sheesh.
The kid in that poster has freakishly long fingers. Look closely, you’ll see what I mean.
Long rumored, long anticipated, first teased this week… Grand Theft Auto: Old West 2 is finally coming.
Red Dead Redemption is one of the most highly praised games of all time (see this earlier post for more details), and the sequel has quite the reputation to live up to. That said, here’s the trailer!
Not much there, it’s a teaser after all, and mostly meant to show off the GORGEOUS visuals. However, it IS Rockstar, and they’ve been getting better and better with each release. Here’s hoping RDR2 kicks it out of the park and into orbit.
It’s here. It’s here. It looks awesome, and it’s here.
Teaser trailer, of course.
“Do you need a hug?”
“I do not.”
Hell, that looks so good, it makes me want to go back and watch the first one all over again. ALL. OVER. AGAIN.
It’s almost here: Michael Fassbender’s Assassin’s Creed movie!
And, regular as clockwork, they released ANOTHER trailer… but this one’s kinda kick ass.
Well, the movie might not suck… but it certainly seems like they’re overemphasizing the future segments, which is the least interesting bits, IMHO. Come on guys, the past is where it’s at, at least for the first movie.