Here is a good video game trailer.
Say what you want about the problematic casting, but Ghost in the Shell is going to look absolutely bananas.
You want to see the shit I fucking live for? It’s right here:
After the newest Death Stranding teaser dropped, creator Hideo Kojima encouraged fans to go back in and look for clues, hinting that he was hiding some secrets within the footage. Fans are starting to find these secrets, and guess what, they are bonkers.
Whatever 2K Sports is paying their marketing department employees, it’s not enough. The WWE 2K games get mixed to positive reviews, but the promotion of those games is consistent, first-rate, and exemplary. Whoever makes the games’ commercials has a masterful grasp on why fans love the WWE.
Over the past decade, video game trailers have gone from blurry little montages bundled on magazine cover discs to a multi-million dollar industry that exists almost entirely separate from the actual games they’re representing.
You can forget your Steve Jobs movies. What if Hollywood were to make a feature-length study of someone really important — like the king of enterprise computing, Michael Dell?
Pamela is an upcoming PC game that looks pretty striking for something that’s supposed to be a survival horror game. No gross, gritty environments that are so typical of the genre to be found here!
We’ve seen the cast of the live-action Attack on Titan movie already. Here is some actual footage of the movie—and man, it looks excellent.
Had League of Legends been released in the 90s, it might have been released on a floppy disk. Okay, make that a ton of floppy disks.
As you might have expected, when Guy Ritchie takes on the iconic 1960s spy-fi series, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., the result is cool-looking, self-mocking, and full of funny action. At least, this first trailer makes the U.N.C.L.E. movie look like a total blast.
Meet El Bastardo. He's spent 20 years in jail, all because of some rats. But now he's out—and he's going to get revenge.
One thing I'm looking forward to about Far Cry 4 is the game's interesting-sounding co-op multiplayer. Sony, which is trying to sweeten the deal by letting PS4 players invite friends who don't own the game into the action, just released a new gameplay video showing how the game's collaborative modes will play out.
Nowhere in video games is the phrase "evolution, not revolution" more apt than in first-person shooters. As proof, I submit for your consideration the latest trailer for Far Cry 4. It's seductively pretty, and willfully obscene. In other words: it looks exactly like Far Cry 3. Only, ya know, snazzier.
The Sims 4 is going to be an emotional experience for many people. Not just real people, either—remember, this is a game about playing god for a bunch of digital sprites who are beholden to your every whim. The latest trailer breaks down the many different feelings you'll be able to force your sims to start feeling…
Hotline Miami 2 is sure to be one of the most violent we'll play this year, but it's even more violent when recreated in 3D with characters from Team Fortress 2.
Watch Dogs finally arrives later this month. To get us all even more excited for the ambitious-sounding open-world title, Ubisoft's has released this lengthy trailer that sums up almost everything you can do in the game's gorgeous rendition of a near-future Chicago. Unsurprisingly, a lot of those things involve…
Necrostorm has released a new trailer for the fighting game Death Cargo, which we covered in a piece last week about the incredible allegations that the game might not exist. The new video highlights a range of different characters in addition to a fresh batch of appropriately gory deaths. In other words, it's exactly…
Clementine's journey through the bleak zombie apocalypse world of The Walking Dead continue next week, when the latest episode of the hit series arrives on multiple platforms.