Tag Archives: Gameplay

Guild Wars 2 Manifesto

Guild Wars 2 is looking real good so far. From the game trailers to the gameplay demonstration, developer diaries write-ups so on and so forth, the game sounds/looks/feels like it is going to be a blast. I’m really all hyped up over this game already. For those of you who do not know, Guild Wars 2 is the sequel (like duh) to Guild Wars, which is a MMORPG (Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) similar to that of World of Warcraft etc. Continue reading

Red Dead Redemption Gameplay Introduction

Presenting part one of our special new Red Dead Redemption Gameplay Video Series: “Introduction” – an in-depth 4-minute first look at the gameplay of Red Dead Redemption.

Discover an unprecedented, detailed unveiling of the world, culture, characters and story – as well as unique gameplay features including the first-ever footage of Red Dead Redemption’s advanced “Dead-Eye” targeting system.

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Fifa 2010 Attacking Trailer

This trailer applies only to console versions (PS3/X360), PC Users, I’m sorry but you’ve nothing like this. Yes, be disappointed, be sad. I was before, but now that I have the console version, I’m happier. In the video, the 360 movement doesn’t really look that 360 eh? Hmm, I wonder what tweaks they put into this version this time. Hope these tweaks are enough to justify it being sold as a new game and not just a patch or some sort. Video after the jump. Continue reading

Golvellius: Valley of Doom iPhone Gameplay

Golvellius Title Screen

Originally published in 1987 by Compile Golvellius: Valley of Doom was the Sega Master System’s answer to The Legend of Zelda for being one of the best adventure games of the console. Back then, it was recognized for its magnificent graphics and its deep story. Most anticipated retro game of this summer; Golvellius on iPhone benefits from a great attention on the control schemes, the ability to play it on full screen and a smart saving functionality.

Oldie on new technology, you got to love these ports! Enjoy and regain your childhood memories with the iPhone and iTouch port over of Golvelliu: Valley of Doom. Should be out on September 22, 2009 should there by no delays from apple’s validation process etc. For now, enjoy the gameplay video! Continue reading

Call of Duty: World at War Epic Kill

Call of Duty 5: World at World Cover Art

This is something someone asked me to do a LONG time ago when i first got into the beta. A few months ago i did this for the first time and was incredibly happy; i was going to include it in a ninja video which was equally epic. However, a matter of a few days afterwards my computer crashed and half of my hard drive got wiped out and i lost this video. Just a few hours ago from uploading this i got this clip and made sure I uploaded it in case i did lose it.

What a way to kill an opponent. Was never ever good at FPS (first person shooter) games, so the guy getting killed would probably be me. That must be hell of an embarassment. “turn around”, hahaha! Brilliant and simply fabulous way of killing and humiliating your enemy.

Indie: Let’s Shooting Love

LSL is a 2-D arena shooter featuring a robot that falls in love with several lovely female robots each with her own unique abilities and atmosphere.

The longer our heroes stay together, the more their relationship will evolve, making them stronger; but this increases the difficulty of the game, too. When they “break up,” the enemies are cleared, but so is the score multiplier. Throughout the game, the robot recalls memories of a love before…

Official site – Let’s Shooting Love

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Concept Demo: Walkie Tonky

Walkie Tonky is a physics-based action game which puts you in the shoes of a giant robot invading Earth. Smash and kick your way forward using the robot’s every limb to cause mayhem and clear the road ahead. All is experienced with a presentation that binds visuals and audio together, and an engaging control scheme.

I tried it and felt that the concept definitely has its potential and ability to develop into a full fledge Continue reading