At E3 2015, Head of Xbox boss Phil Spencer promised that the exclusive games on the Xbox One will be the strongest in Xbox history. While that has yet to be seen, there is no doubt that Halo 5: Guardians will be a major contributing factor. Its CG intro cinematic, for instance, has us drooling…
There is no question that Halo 5: Guardians has the potential to be the greatest Halo adventure to date, and the high production value of the jaw-dropping intro cinematic is an early taste of that greatest.
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It begins with some amusing chatter between Agent Locke and his team — some of the game’s central characters — before quickly jumping headfirst into fast-paced action against both Covenant forces and the Promethean enemies from Halo 4.
Watch it and let us know what you think…
This is the first opening cinematic not revolving around legendary Master Chief, leading us to believe that players will first take control of Fireteam Osiris (Locke’s team) in Halo 5.
As the central character of the Halo: Nightfall web series, Locke is on a mission to hunt down Blue Team and particularly its leader, Master Chief. If that doesn’t get you hyped, then surely a campaign that’s twice the size of Halo 4 will.
Needless to say, Halo 5 will be huge and will be Master Chief’s biggest story to date. It has success written all over it.
New N7 Day Mass Effect Andromeda Trailer is Intense, See it
The new N7 Day Mass Effect Andromeda trailer that fans have been impatiently waiting for is finally here, and it’s intense.
We get to see more scripted and in-game footage of the game world, as well as ‘brother’ Ryder, his alien crew and what appears to be the main villain in action. It might have also confirmed the existence of Salarians in Andromeda.
The Andromeda Initiative recruitment page has been updated to coincide with the trailer’s release. It shows the user’s login details with the year 2184… the year just before the events of Mass Effect 2.
The Andromeda Initiative is scheduled to launch in 2185, the year Commander Shepherd returns from the dead (the beginning of Mass Effect 2). Three Ark ships, each containing three different species in cryo stasis, will leave the Milkyway for the new galaxy, with plans to wake up the occupants 600 years later.
Judging by the trailer, things don’t go according to plan.
Mass Effect Andromeda launches for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC in Spring 2017. Are you excited for the new adventure?
Watch the Red Dead Redemption 2 Trailer
As promised, Rockstar Games has dropped the first trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2, and what little it shows will surely get fans of the series excited.
Everything looks to be generated in-game (no CGI). The fully-detailed environment, bison, canoes, stagecoaches, steam trains, chickens, oil fields and cowboys … There will be a lot to see and do in this breathing, living world …
Here’s the initial description of the game, taken straight from its official website:
“Developed by the creators of Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2 is an epic tale of life in America’s unforgiving heartland. The game’s vast and atmospheric world will also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience.”
Red Dead Redemption 2 releases on the Xbox One and PS4 in fall 2017. Are you excited for it?
Nintendo Switch Revealed! It Will be a Hit [Video]
Nintendo has finally revealed its news video game hardware, and it is called Nintendo Switch. It releases in March 2017.
Switch is a fitting name for the project that has for the longest time been known as the Nintendo NX, but is it as cool as the “Duo” moniker that was rumored?
Nintendo seems to have learned something from its struggles with the Wii U, with the Switch marking a significant shift in its stance. The company has always been about reinvention, and this is them trying their luck once again after the dual-screen gameplay that made the DS a hit failed to translate to home machines by way of the Wii U.
Watch the announcement trailer and let us know what you think …
Confirming the slew of rumors that preceeded the system’s announcement, the Switch combines the handheld and home console businesses of Nintendo and can be used at home on a TV as a traditional home console or as a mobile gaming device that can be taken away and played anywhere like the 3DS.
This fusion is an interesting, albeit smart business move, that brings Nintendo’s first party development houses under one piece of hardware. That’s to say the company’s myriad of teams only have to create one game for a single platform that serve both purposes, saving time and money.
We can now see why the boss of Ubisoft was so giddy about it …
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be the first major Nintendo Switch game, and a new Mario and Pokemon are expected to arrive within the first few months of its launch in March 2017.
The next Sonic the Hedgehog will also release on the Switch and will be joined by such titles as Dragon Quest, Skyrim, Mario Kart, NBA 2K and Splatoon.
Judging by everyone’s reaction, the Nintendo Switch is a portable gamer’s dream come true. Are you excited for it? Will you be getting it? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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