The Shooter Sony Needed?

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  • Developer: Guerrilla Games
  • Plattform: Playstation 4
  • Release Date: November 15, 2013

Giant Bomb’s coverage keep rolling, now with a Quick Look of the 1st party shooter from Sony Killzone Shadow Fall. To be perfectly honestly, the game looks great, but I had no idea what was going on besides the “shoot everyone that isn’t me” gameplay. Check it out to see what the Giant Bomb crew thinks.

Resogun Brings Shooters into the Next Gen →

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  • Developer: Housemarque
  • Platform: Playstation 4
  • Release Date: November 15, 2013

Those fine fellas at Giant Bomb surprised their viewers with a Quick Look of the Playstation 4 launch game Resogun. The game is being billed as a successor to Stardust, which is obvious once you…

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What was once old is new again in Injustice Gods Among Us: Ultimate Edition. As the launch trailer says, this version of the popular fighter comes with all 6 DLC characters and over 40 DLC skins unlocked at the outset. For those that missed this one when it was first released, not only is this the only fighting game on the Playstation 4 right now, it’s also a pretty interesting game that succeeds at differentiating itself from Mortal Kombat quite a bit. if you’re into fighters, this is worth a look. 

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  • Developer: Guerrilla Games
  • Plattform: Playstation 4
  • Release Date: November 15, 2013

The launch trailer for Killzone Shadow Fall droppedand it looks as pretty as ever. Unfortunately, Killzone gets written off as a great looking but boring first person shooter, and I’m sure the guys at Guerrilla Games just love that.

Here’s hoping Killzone Shadow Fall impresses some people after all. 

Xbox One Drops a Giant Bomb ;) →

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The guys over at Giant Bomb were able to get some footage of their hands-on time with some Xbox One games and they brought their opinions!

First up is Dead Rising 3 which had a really bad showing at E3 this year but has managed to impress with every outting since then. The Giant Bomb…

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Call of Duty: Ghosts

  • DeveloperInfinity Ward Treyarch
  • Platform: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U
  • Release Date: November 5, November 15 (PS4), November 22 (Xbox One)

After the new Extinction mode was leaked a few days ago Activision was forced to officially announce what we all knew. Aliens are invading Call of Duty: Ghosts

The reveal trailer shows off hordes of aliens running amok in the streets with the only line of defense being you and three other friends. The cut scenes elude to a bit more story involved than a typical horde mode but we’ll have to wait and see if that was just clever editing. Oh, and as a bonus we get to see the new female soldier in action. 

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  • Developer: Infinity Ward Treyarch (Wii U)
  • Platform: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U
  • Release Date: November 5, November 15 (PS4), November 22 (Xbox One)

I was so close to calling this Call of Duty Gravity Ghosts but I have self restraint dammit. If you don’t get the joke, just watch the trailer. In typical Call of Duty fashion lots of world ending events are being thrown at you faster than you can say “oh cool”. Still, seeing buildings and ships explode while Eminem raps about being a survivor is enough to get almost any gamer pumped. 

Feeling the Need for Speed →

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  • Developer: Ghost Games
  • Platform: PC Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
  • Release Date: November 19 - November 22 (PS4, XBO)

Need for Speed Rivals has been on a lot of radars since it was originally announced. Ghost Games the game’s developer, is a team made up of ex…

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  • Developer: EA Tiburon
  • Platform: Playstation 4, Xbox One
  • Release Date: November 19, 2013

Just the other day 2K released their trailer for NBA 2K14 and got everyone excited for what next generation sports can look like. Today EA is countering with their next generation trailer for NBA Live 14. 

While very pretty in its own right, the animations seem stiff and the expressionless players are not helping EA win over 2K fans. Still, we’ll see more of these games soon. 

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  • Developer: Visual Concepts
  • Platform: Playstation 4, Xbox One
  • Release Date: November 15 (PS4) November 22 (Xbox One) 

2K Sports revealed a gameplay trailer for the next generation version of NBA 2K14 and it’s looking really sharp. Perhaps there’s a bit too much gloss or sweat coming off players but the game is looking great nonetheless. 

The Order Is Ready For Its Spotlight →

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Not much is known about The Order: 1866 by Ready At Dawn but all that’s about to change as the Sony exclusive will be gracing the cover of Game Informer this November with what I’m sure will be a wealth of…

Can Battlefield 4 Weather The Storm? →

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  • Developer: DICE
  • Platform: PC, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
  • Release Date: October 29, 2013

EDGE was able to get a hold of Battlefield series executive producer Patrick Bach to ask him a whole slew of questions regarding their upcoming title. Bach and EDGE…

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Kingdom Hearts III

  • Developer:  Square Enix 1st Production Department
  • Platform: Playstation 4, Xbox One
  • Release Date: TBA

This new Kingdom Hearts III trailers shows Sora squaring off against a number of enemies. We get a good look at how far the combats evolved in the series. 

Can Lightning Return Final Fantasy To Form? →

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  • Developer: Square Enix 1st Production Department
  • Platform: Playstation 3, Xbox 360
  • Release Date: February 11, 2014

The Final Fantasy brand has endured a lot. While still incredibly popular, the series has done a lot to ostracize its fanbase with awkward story lines, and vapid…

SOMA Wants To Chill You →

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  • Developer: Frictional Games
  • Platform: PC, Playstation 4
  • Release: Date: TBA

If you’re a horror game fan you probably know what Amnesia The Dark Descent is, if not have someone tell you about it and then maybe you’ll understand why they can’t stop talking about Frictional Games’…