Breaking news from the E3 show floor has revealed a second loss to the XBLA release schedule, the first being The Gunstringer. Jimmie Johnson’s Anything with an Engine has …
Newly announced inductee to the Summer of Arcade 2011 lineup, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, looks to be the artsy game of the bunch. Following the big reveal Fuelcell Games released some new screenshots of the game as well as their “final” trailer. Also, expect more news on XBLA at E3 all week. Enjoy. Hit the jump for the trailer and gallery.
Grab your towels, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy fans, because it looks like a new game is being made based on the classic series of novels. Above is the …
With no hint of when Moon Diver will drop onto our consoles other than sometime in 2011 (the sooner the better), we are teased with more screenshots and character art. Feelplus inc. and Strider director Kouichi Yotsui are creating what looks to be a fast paced co-op action sidescroller in the vein of classics such as the aforementioned Strider and Ninja Gaiden. If you have not seen the trailer for Moon Diver yet, then find a way to pull yourself away for the pictures below and check it out here.
While hosting the Game Developer’s Choice Awards tonight Tim Schafer, Double Fine’s fearless leader, debuted the first trailer for the studio’s third downloadable title known simply as Trenched. From what’s been gathered by watching the trailer, it looks to be a mech combat game in the vein of Chromehounds where a human faction called the Mobile Trench Brigade defends itself from the Monovision, mutated television monstrosities. There looks to be an ample amount of customization for the mechs, but not much else is known at the moment.
Sadly we do not have a copy of the trailer yet, but when it becomes available it will be inserted here in this post. Until then, head to the Trenched website where you can watch it on infinite loop. If you’re curious as to what the game looks like, check out the gallery below.