Today, the team at Solid Brix Studios released this LEGO recreation of last year's E3 trailer for "Halo 4." Sure, 343 Industries' shooter has been out for a few months now (someone's already beat you to complaining about this in the comments), but you have to give it up for the nine months of work that the Solid Brix team put into this video.
In January, I had a chance to preview a couple of levels in Ubisoft's "Splinter Cell: Blacklist," and one of the big selling points was how the stealth action game would accommodate the various play styles of the different type of gamers out there: not only would it remain true to the no-kill, stealth agent player but, if you were so inclined, you could play the game like a shooter without feeling like "Blacklist" was punishing you for it.
With that in mind, Ubisoft has released this new gameplay trailer featuring some of Fourth Echelon leader Sam Fisher's new skills in taking down (or taking out) the enemy for the August 20 release for the Xbox 360, PS3, PC, and Wii U. So the question is, how will you be playing the game?
Undead Labs' "State of Decay" is a hard game to pin down with just a few minutes' demo. Even with the five (or so) hour preview the developer offered at their Seattle-based studio, I still don't feel like I've adequately seen how all of the systems in this third-person base management/relationship management shooter mesh together. I can (and will) tell you how it felt to play it in a preview later today, but I can't tell you with complete confidence that it works (or that it doesn't--it's a big game). Read More...
The gorgeous strategy plague-based strategy game "Death Inc." gets second life after not quite meeting the goal of its recent Kickstarter campaign. But that's not stopping the developers at Ambient Studios from attempting to put the power of the plague in your hands as they offer up an alpha purchase scheme (essentially buy the early version of the game now to get the finished version later).
Note: you might not want to hit "play" unless you've finished the "Dishonored" campaign.
Step into the sneaky shoes of Daud, the assassin who slew the Empress in "Dishonored" as he attempt to survive the mean streets of Dunwall as he tries to find some kind of redemption in the game's first story DLC.
One of the modes Disney has been touting in the toy-centric "Disney Infinity" is the Toy Box: essentially it's the all-purpose building/exploration mode which will allow players to construct their own worlds using Disney items. Among the recognizable Disney locations and objects Disney is touting for this mode: Uncle Scrooge's money pit, a Recognizer from TRON, or Stitch's surfboard (some things are more exciting than others).
You can check out some new screenshots from the Toy Box mode after the jump.