The new trailer for "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag" gives us a little bit of the pirate captain's origin story as he rejects his British masters for a life on the high seas, stealing stuff and shooting at the Navy.
Eurogamer's on the ground in Silverstone where Sony has announced that the latest entry in the "Gran Turismo" series will be out later this year for the PS3.
In their reveal this morning, Sony and Polyphony Digital promised fans that all of the vehicles from "Gran Turismo 5" would be returning alongside seven new tracks and, of course, hundreds more meticulously-rendered cars.
I only got about half an hour with the game which I wrote about ealier today. But if you don't want to read a long preview I made a quick round-up of what "The Bureau" is all about.
Hey, remember when 2K Marin announced a new XCOM game way back in 2010 and everyone got super excited about defending Earth against a new alien threat via a three-quater tactical view? Remember how when they said it would be a first person shooter instead and all those excited fans got really upset that it had been "dumbed down" for the masses of COD kiddies? What we saw during that 2010 E3 was a mixed bag for some and for most accounts 2K Marin has been mum about any details -- so much so that fans got tossed a quick but really fantastic (seriously it was our GOTY for 2012) franchise entry as "XCOM: Enemy Unknown" to keep some of the hardcore fans satiated. Well, a lot can change in three years and what may have been another mediocre shooter clone got altered into a tactical third person shooter blending elements from "XCOM: EU" and "Mass Effect" set during the Cold War.
It's not the black helicopters you have to worry about in this trailer for 2K Marin's prequel to 60's-set "XCOM: Enemy Unknown."