Video Games/17 August 2012
EA Press Conference
EA dazzled with an Army of Two: Devil's Cartel highly cinematic playthrough, a look at the True Performance Skating Engine on NHL 13, and news that Battlelog will be used for Medal of Honor.
Sony Press Conference
Sony came out swinging in Germany with confirmations of new characters in Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale, a new trailer for the highly anticipated Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, and Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassification 4 v 4 multiplayer.
Capcom's Press Conference
Highlights included a Lost Planet Three demo, details that Vergil has switched sides in DmC:Devil May Cry, and the handy new website Residenteveil.net for tracking your stats on Resident Evil 6.
Some pretty cool new trailers dropped last week. The latest for Pokemon: Black and White Version 2 gives us a deeper look at the characters and storyline. Discover it, along wit the preceding trailers, here. Bethesda released an interactive trailer for Dishonored- choose one of three daring escapes. Another interactive trailer was released for the fifth installment in the Crysis series- giving you the option to control modes. And you can get your beta on with the new Planetside 2 trailer.
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Th3 razor Says:According to DICE general manager Karl Magnus Troedsson in an interview at GDC (Game Developers' Conference) Europe, the next installment of the Battlefield series is to be set in the modern day.
Bethesda has just released the minimum and recommend system requirements for the PC version of Dishonored, which you can find below.
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