Over the weekend, Quantic Dream's "Beyond: Two Souls" had its big coming out party to non-gaming types during New York's Tribeca Film Festival. There, Quantic Dream CEO David Cage was able to discuss some of the storytelling ambitions for the October release, while also unveiling 35 minutes of gameplay. Oh, and stars Ellen Page and Kadeem Hardison were there to answer audience questions. The new trailer, meanwhile, reveals some of the content that I had a chance to check out during my preview earlier this year.
After the jump, check out the livestream from the event and get your first, relatively spoiler-free look at "Beyond: Two Souls."
And of course he gets a Scorpion-style chain attack. It would be weird if he didn't.
DC Comics' cigar-chomping, dreadlocked, intergalactic bounty hunter is coming to "Injustice: Gods Among Us" developer Netherrealms wants us to see what he looks like delivering a beatdown to Batman. His chain attack appears to augment a more up close and personal fighting style featuring slow but heavy attacks. Can't say I'm wild about his Super, which sees the Main Man melting faces with his spacefaring hover bike.
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DC Direct has revealed its first run of figures based on the Netherrealm fighting game, "Injustice: Gods Among Us." Now since it's a brawler, it would only make sense that these characters be released as potential matchups, and DC Direct has created some curious pairings for the inaugural round of figures who seem based predominantly on the "regular" versions of each as opposed to their alternate universe versions.
Deathstroke/Green Arrow and Wonder Woman/Solomon Grundy will make up the first wave which will be released on May 31 and retail for $29.99. Obviously, if the series does well enough, we should expect more pairings featuring some of the alternate universe and DLC costumes down the line.
You can see the rest of the first series after the jump.