Monday, June 6, 2011

E3: New Trailers

There has been a lot of E3 Trailers in the last two days, even though E3 doesn't really start until Tuesday, and many of them are very exciting and fantastic. Here's a good deal of new videos to pique some people interests. Among the most interesting on this list is Battlefield 3, new Brothers In Arms: Furious 4, Far Cry 3, Ghost Recon:Future Soldier and Elder Scrolls V: Skyim. There is also a list of some great trailers, like Kingdoms of Amalur:Reckoning and Twisted Metal, from at the end of this post. More E3 news to come tomorrow.

Battlefield 3 (Tank Gameplay) *Awesome

There is a Battlefield 3, short, multiplayer gameplay video, but it is over at Kotaku and is non-shareable. So to check it out, head on over to one of my favorite gaming websites.

Brothers In Arms: Furious 4 (Cinematic)

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier (Singleplayer Gameplay)

Far Cry 3 Debut (Gameplay) *Looks really similiar to Far Cry 2, except on a Island. Let's just hope the AI and mission design is a lot more fun this time around.

Forza 4 Footage (Some Gameplay)

Mass Effect 3 Trailers
There are two of them, but like the Battlefield 3 Multiplayer they are non-shareable. So I must once again defer to Kotaku. One of them is gamplay, but cinematic gamplay, and the other is entirely cinematic.

Elders Scroll V: Skyim *All Gameplay, all awesome and seven minutes long
-Looks a lot like Oblivion, but just revamped and improved. It's not necessarily a bad thing, but we will see if it pans out to be as innovative as they claim.

Stars Wars: The Old Republic MMO
Found a shareable video, full length as well. Six minutes long, but all cinematic. If you liked the other fantastic Star Wars cinematic's for this game, then you should like this one. There is a also a short 2 minute gameplay video.

Halo 4 Debut Trailer (Cinematic)

Heres a list of many non-share video's, all of which seem to belong to Kotaku.
Cryteks Ryse (Cinematic)
-New one, never heard of this. Apparently aimed at being a kinect battle game.

Twisted Metal (Gameplay)

Kingdom of Amalur: Reckoning (Gameplay)
-Has the possibility of being a excellent rpg. Maybe fulfilling all the promises the Fable series never lived up to.

Warhammer 40k: Space Marine (Gameplay/Cinematic)
-I'm undecided on this one. I really like the 40k universe and all the 40k relic games, but this one might be just be a failed action game.


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