Kingdom Come: Deliverance has a new trailer and a new release date of February 13, 2018. The “no magic bullshit” medieval RPG was originally due back in 2015 before slipping year after year. Building massive open worlds is hard it turns out, hence the cinematic trailer without gameplay.
Take a look at a supernatural boss battle in the E3 trailer for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. The Kickstarted spiritual successor to Castlevania is looking good, though that idle animation is bugging the bejeezus out of me.
A new map, cars and custom goal explosions are coming to Rocket League on July 5. The second anniversary update is free for all players, and also includes a radio option with 18 new songs to jam out to while zooming around the pitch.
A golf Game with delightfully precious-looking sprites and vibrant-pixelated greens? Yes, please.
This is what Monster Hunter XX, a 3DS game, will look like on the Switch according to a trailer and gameplay footage shown by Capcom at this weekend’s Monster Hunter event in Japan.
Last month Bandai Namco announced Code Vein, an action role-playing game about blood-drinking revenants at the end of the world. Now we’ve got the first gameplay trailer, and aside from the dynamic transformations, it’s got a very Souls series vibe.
That’s part of the premise behind 29, the first chapter in Humble Grove’s No Longer Home series, a point and click game that delves into the ordinary by stripping away many of the elements that help us make sense of it.
Knuckle Sandwich is an RPG about day jobs and cults caught somewhere between Earthbound and Undertale. Need I say more?
Odd Tales’ The Last Night gets a new teaser trailer and Raw Fury has signed on to publish it. The work of Tim and Adrien Soret, which originally grew out of the 2014 Cyberpunk Jam, The Last Night is inspired by the brooding sci-fi aesthetics of games like Another World and Oddworld and the pixel art to prove it.
Jason Roberts’ game Gorogoa has been teasing players with the promise of its trippy visual puzzles for almost five years now. With a new reveal trailer and a planned release for spring of 2017, the wait it almost over.
The first trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight went up last night, giving fans a first look at the flashy nonsense that will make Michael Bay, Hasbro and Paramount a ton of money next year. Let’s see what knowledge we can glean from those explosive 140 seconds.
As promised earlier this week, here’s the debut trailer for the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Rockstar’s Western opus, Red Dead Redemption. It’s not much, but it sure is pretty.
Capcom has released a second trailer (above) for their Resident Evil-themed competitive shooter, Umbrella Corps., along with some additional info: The game will cost $30, will be on PC and PS4, and is coming out in May. Brian’s played the game in September—if you wanna hear his impressions, head over here.
The worst type of game trailer is one which is, essentially, a montage of glorious concept art, rendered into cutscene after cutscene. There are all sorts of tricky angles and subtle facial expressions, but there’s no actual gameplay.
How epic can a trailer for a gaming mouse get? This epic.
The new Fantastic Four trailer offers a lot better looks at all the characters, and what to expect from the action (including Reed Richards’ inability to proffer a proper fist bump). Check it out!
Bombshell, an upcoming ARPG from the makers of Duke Nukem and 2013's Rise of the Triad reboot, was revealed last year in May with an extremely vague teaser trailer, featuring a girl with a robot arm sitting around and aiming guns. The latest trailer, on the other hand, appears to have some actual in-game footage.