Trailers have been popping up like crazy, so instead of making an article for each one, we've rounded them all up here.
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Category: Multi-Platform Games
With only three days remaining before the DLC releases, you best be prepared for the perils ahead.
An Italian promo poster might have revealed when we will be seeing the sequel to one of the biggest new IPs in recent years.
It is rare to see such a large studio with so many established AAA IP's take a shot on a brand new IP and concept... unless that studio is Ubisoft. Ubisoft is one of the few studios that still likes to try out a new IP virtually every year. For Honor is a very interesting game; its core concept is so strong, and when it puts you in certain situations it is truly a new exciting combat system that I've never seen; however, most of the time the game doesn't put you in those situations and ends up in the areas of mediocrity far too often.
Final Fantasy XV's development history is long, messy, and a story unto itself, but the project was brought firmly on track by the idea of making the ultimate Road Trip experience. Road trip stories are generally defined by a mix of wistful nostalgia and camaraderie as a group of people progress on a very physical, landmark-based journey. Although the final 1/4 of the game gets away from the road trip idea a bit, the overall Final Fantasy XV project never strays from one core theme: brotherhood.
New art test footage shows a confident and imaginative sequel to a true cult classic.
Namco (now Bandai Namco) is one of the most prolific creators and publishers of videogames in existence.
In a new trailer, Harada and the Tekken 7 team show off the fluid gameplay, staggering Unreal 4-powered visuals, and over-the-top soap opera drama of the upcoming fighter.
It looks stylish and insane in the best possible way, and a fitting end to the crunchy, addictive, and melodramatic series. Tekken 7 will be out June 2, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Source(s): PlayStation Youtube Channel
2017 is chock full of games but here are the ones I'm most excited for.
Fans of Square Enix's outstanding MMO won't have to wait until this Summer's Stormblood expansion to dive into something new.
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