The Five Coolest Trailers From The 2022 Game Awards

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PopGeeks

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<p>The Game Awards is turning into more of a trailer show than an awards ceremony, but that’s fine with us. Getting another E3 for Christmas is a nice present. Over 20 trailers premiered for the first time at last night’s event, but here’s the best of what we saw.</p>
 

zuddles

Potato sitting on a couch
No other video game, in my opinion, comes close to matching Death Stranding's level of conceptual and aesthetic innovation. Despite the fact that it was difficult and tedious at times, I had the impression that I was traveling with them on this journey. This game was extraordinary in every way, from its otherworldly setting to its otherworldly music to its otherworldly story to its otherworldly adventure. It never occurred to me that this would be the case when I was using the game as a hiking simulator; however, boy am I glad I played and made it all the way through the game. I absolutely cannot wait to get my hands on the Director's Cut, and you can be sure that I will be purchasing DS2 on the day it is made available.
 

Yoko Kurama

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I was hoping for a Bioshock 4 reveal trailer, but this Judas trailer has satiated my craving for the trademark air of mystery that the series has become known for. These trailers have such great character design, which is one of the things that I really enjoy about watching them. Because the art team imbued the NPCs with personality, I can't wait to start playing the game because the characters won't feel like they were cut out of cardboard. The video game Bioshock was absolutely incredible. And Infinite was incredibly powerful, despite the fact that development problems almost caused it to fail.
 

ParaParaJMo

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Fans of Bayonetta have been rewarded with not one but two new games in a relatively short period of time, after having to wait for these titles for a total of eight years. To be honest, I didn't think another Bayonetta game would be released for a long time. I knew they were going to implement this change after finishing Bayonetta 3, but I didn't expect it to happen so quickly. The section we thought was a hidden chapter turned out to be just a sample!
 

WindNinja

Member
The story of Bayoneta: Cereza and the missing demon is both captivating and intriguing. The aesthetic is excellent throughout. This is absolutely wonderful; I've had a long-standing desire for a prequel that delves into Cereza's past. Although I had no idea it would be in this style, I really like how it turned out. It's a relief to know that there will also be a physical copy available. When I first saw the trailer for it, I was concerned that it would only be available in digital form because the visual aesthetic and gameplay seemed to be so distinct from those of the main games. It felt like a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders when I realized it would finally be available for purchase in both digital and physical formats.
 

Shin Gouki

Member
It's been ten years since the last decent Bioshock game came out. I'm relieved to see that other game developers are attempting to fill the market gap. It appears to be working properly. The fact that the creators of Bioshock are also responsible for Judas is something that has only just occurred to me.
 

LaraCroft

Elevation!!! WOO!
Why is it that every trailer for Death Stranding features Norman Reedus without clothes on?🤣 I am hyped for Cereza, Judas and Earth Blade, I do not care for the others.
 

LawWind

The Wind Of Justice
As a huge Bayonetta fan, I'm confident that the game's visuals and soundtrack will astound me. In this game, you
can take on the role of Cereza, a young girl who is simply trying to help her mother. I think it's fantastic that you can. It's not surprising that the visual styles of these two games are so similar, given that Platinum Games is made up of developers who previously worked at Clover Studio on Okami. It is nice to a time where Bayonetta is still vulnerable and weak before she became the God killing witch.
 

peakyblinders

New Member
Right now, playing Death Stranding 2 feels like indulging in a delectable dessert. After debating whether or not to do so for the past three years, I ultimately made the decision to purchase Death Stranding. They only announced it at the Game Awards, but I've been playing it nonstop for the last two weeks. In spite of the fact that a large number of people hold a negative opinion of Death Stranding, I had one of the most enjoyable gaming experiences of my life with it, and I thought the story was absolutely fantastic. The next installment has me excited and nervous! The first time I played through "Death Stranding," I never once felt bored, which is saying a lot given how much I despise being idle for long periods of time. There was not a single lie to be found. This is a cinematic masterpiece that should not be missed. As one would expect from Kojima, the trailer is mysterious.
 

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