‘Wipe that punch off your face!’
Here’s a POV style promo video for the forthcoming Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare game, available for your gaming pleasure on Monday.
The short is directed by Peter Berg and stars Taylor Kitsch as well as a brief cameo from model Emily Ratajkowski. It’s an impressive piece of marketing which demonstrates all the new bells and whistles the game has to offer, but through live-action.
Image taken from Rockstar Games facebook page.
Exclusive content, new missions, vehicles and weapons will be available to gamers who purchase the new PS4, Xbox One and PC versions of Rockstar’s award winning sandbox game Grand Theft Auto V.
In an announcement yetserday the game developer detailed what people should expect if they are existing owners of the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of this game and are upgrading come November 18th, (PC gamers will need to wait till January), to the newly improved titles. Some of the new shiny stuff includes the return of classic vehicles like the Dodo plane and stock cars along with weapons like the rail gun and the hatchet, plus a whole load of new storyline content which you can see above.
For more details about the additional content along with a short FAQ from Rockstar themselves chart a course for HERE
Here’s the official launch trailer for the open world, role-playing video game Shadow Of Mordor.
The Middle Earth based game has been developed by Monolith Productions and went on general release yesterday for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game itself deals with the gap between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings saga as you play as Talion, a ranger with wraith-like abilities, who embarks upon a quest for revenge after his family are slayed by Sauron’s armies.
General reviews have been very positive with many describing it as a Middle Earth version of Assassin’s Creed.
Stuff which what we found interestin’.
If your booze bottle had realistic and honest labelling – (Total Sorority Move)
Deep fried Tequila shots anyone? – (Oh Bite It)
The Keanu Reeves/Al Pacino movie The Devil’s Advocate is now getting it’s own TV series – (Den Of Geek)
Japan has no road rage. Instead they thank each other with their hazard lights – (Laughing Squid)
Is this the worst commercial ever filmed?
Rockstar Games have just released the San Andreas Flight School update for GTA V – (Rockstar)
20 tech hacks which will change your life – (Popsugar)
We’re getting a Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel called Leatherface – (Sequels Prequels)
Four classic movies now have their own retro action figures – (Super 7 Store)
Here’s both Microsoft’s and Sony’s press conferences which were held earlier this week at this year’s GamesCom, the world’s largest interactive games event which is held in Cologne, Germany.
Nintendo didn’t have a press conference at GamesCom and much like their decision to avoid an on-site presentation at this year’s E3 they once again opted for a video detailing all the major releases for the Wii U in the near future, (which you can watch below).
Regardless which console you’re a fan of it’s clear to see we are entering into an exciting new realm of gaming thanks to the mindblowing technology on display.
(WARNING: NSFW language)
It’s about the small things in life. The little every day victories which keep us all moving forward with a spring in our step and a smile on our face.
Take the guy in the video above who after many, many hours of dedication and patience finally managed to complete Alexey Pajitnov’s 80s puzzle game Tetris. Did he celebrate? You’re damn right he did and with loads of colorful language too. If you can’t be bothered watching the whole video, the fun starts around 8.40.
The excellent NSFW animated short was developed for Ubisoft by horror director Rob Zombie and illustrated by The Walking Dead co-creator Tony Moore and is unsurprisingly extremely gory and violent.
It briefly dpeicts the bloody history behind the French revolution neatly setting up the premise for Ubisoft’s forthcoming game Assassin’s Creed Unity. Will this short make you run out and buy the game? Probably not. But it will make you yearn for a history teacher like Rob Zombie.