The very first Unreal Tournament gameplay demonstration has been released today with super tiny screens. This game’s 2014 edition had development begin on May 8th, 2014, and here less than a month later we’ve got an Alpha build ready to roll.
"Tonight," says the maniac in charge of destroying Batman’s world, "Gotham falls - a city of fear rises." That’ll be the Scarecrow’s M.O.. What you’ll be seeing today is a "gameplay" video captured - undoubtedly - with a PC. Most of this gameplay trailer shows off cinematics, but the key for the Batmobile is present.
Today Legendary Pictures, Lynda Obst Productions, Paramount Pictures, Syncopy, and Warner Bros. present a science fiction film teaser. The movie Intersellar will be directed by Christopher Nolan, the fellow who brought you Batman’s Dark Knight trilogy, and it’ll be about the possibility of the end of the human race.
Driving game developers aiming to push their title in the near future at 30fps might need to reconsider their methods in light of the latest DriveClub deliverable. This week’s first full gameplay trailer is being delivered in 1080p and 30fps with a result that’s more than a little impressive. Here a Pagani Huayra takes to the streets of rural Canada to scare the pants off all 60fps nay-sayers.
Welcome to the alien metal universe in which the Transformers exist. In the newest trailer for the Transformers 4 film Age of Extinction, you’ll find details surrounding the deconstruction of the Transformers timeline. This is well into the future - there’s no more Shia LeBeouf here.
There was much speculation that Channing Tatum, the quasi-talented actor best known for disrobing in Magic Mike, would play Gambit in an upcoming X-Men movie. That’s been confirmed by the producer, who spilled the beans in an off-the-cuff interview this week.
This week a litany of clips are being shared by those responsible for pumping up the May release of X-men: Days of Future Past. The most major of these is a clip of a scene from the film, one in which we understand why Professor X is able to walk after his injury at the end of X-Men: First Class, and who has died around thereabouts or between then and the present.
In the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles "3D" trailer released on the movie's Facebook page, all four of the TMNTs have been revealed in close-up shots (we've a gallery after the jump), as well as a couple slightly-less-vague shots of the Shredder and additional clips from the movie.
Further evidence that the LEGO universe is one that exists alongside our own as well as many others exists in the newest Simpsons TV show trailer. What better place than on the longest running television show in history to depict secrets of the LEGO reality. It’s not just about LEGO and humans, anymore.