Here’s the new – possibly slightly spoilery – trailer for The Last of Us, which was recently shown during the VGAs.
Do you enjoy Super Crate Box on PC, iOS, Android or PlayStation Mobile and happen to have an old, still functioning Commodore 64 lying around? Well then are one of those lucky people who will soon have yet another platform to play the indie single-screen shooter on come December.
Retro City Rampage has been another indie game which has seen many, many delays over the course of a couple years, but now it’s finally set to launch on PS3, PS Vita and PC on October 9th in North America. Xbox and Wii will have to wait, though.
This latest trailer from Criterion Games’ newest title Need For Speed: Most Wanted shows off some of the Racers vs Police car chases you’ll be partaking in both single and multiplayer. It’s like 2010’s Hot Pursuit but even prettier, and you can watch it after the break.
Konami has announced a playable demo for the upcoming Silent Hill spin-off Book of Memories will launch for PlayStation Vita on PSN tomorrow.
At launch Starhawk came with the promise of new maps and gamemodes being added entirely free over time by Lightbox Interactive. The game’s last patch brought in two new maps, and now patch 1.4 will be bringing three new gamemodes into the mix.
Borderlands 2! It’s out, very soon, so here’s the obligatory launch trailer with bazillions of guns and a bit less wub wub this time. Watch the launch trailer after the break.
Nintendo have finally revealed both the release date and pricing for the Wii U.
Terraria’s free updates stopped a while ago when developer Re-Logic moved onto development of new game, Starbound. However, it’s not the end for Terraria since the 2011 game will now see a port to consoles.
We’ve already had a few glimpses at some of the new enemies and weaponry available in Halo 4, and now these images from All Games Beta have revealed all the grey-and-orangey enemies the Chief will come up against, as well as some of the new weapons he’ll be able to wield.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown releases next month and it’s shaping up really well. Here’s a gameplay walkthrough featuring one of the devs showing off some late-game XCOM troopers and enemies.
There was a new TV commercial for Assassin’s Creed III broadcast during an NFL game recently, and here it is now. Bit of an odd song choice, but at least it’s not dubstep for once.