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The Last of Us Part 2 Announced

Do you remember Ellie and Joel from the post-apocalyptic world of The Last of Us video game from developer Naughty Dog ? Well, if you have already played the game then either the names of the character, title of the game or the studio behind it will remind you of what we are talking about here. The Last of Us was a PlayStation 3 exclusive release that has changed our idea of survival horror in an open world with series protagonist Joel and Ellie. The Last of Us Part II Announced It's been a few years that game was released and players were anticipating on some news regarding a sequel. If you belong to that group, then you are in luck as Sony just announced The Last of Us Part II at the opening ceremony of PlayStation Experience with the reveal trailer. The trailer subtly opens with a scene in the woods with no apparent life-forms around but the mild noise of birds chirping in the distance. For those, who are new to the series, it portrays a pretty good visual to

Death Stranding Teaser

Previously, Hideo Kojima dropped the bomb on the eager fans on E3 2016 by releasing the reveal trailer for his next project Death Stranding but honestly, many who have seen the trailer is still gazed and confused about what to make of it yet. He returns to take the stage at The Game Awards to show us something weird once again. Yup, he did it again. He just dropped another cryptic trailer for Death Stranding that will left people in chock and awe. RELATED: Death Stranding Revealed Kojima Productions have already bagged actor Norman Reedus ( The Boondock Saints , The Walking Dead ) for Death Stranding . Now, involvement of Guillermo del Toro ( Pan’s Labyrinth , Pacific Rim ) and Mads Mikkelsen ( Doctor Strange , Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ) as two other important character has been revealed through the teaser as well. Death Stranding Teaser Trailer TGA 2016 Below is the recently released teaser that Kojima have unleashed at The Game Awards 2016 and it surely adds mor

Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy Teaser Trailer

Marvel and Telltale Games have formed a partnership for a few video game projects based on the former's properties, which was announced almost a year ago. And now, following the release of a new teaser trailer, it is revealed that a Guardians of the Galaxy video game adaptation is on the work as par a rumor that started earlier. Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy Teaser Trailer With the groovy beats of Awesome Mix Tape , the teaser heralds the dawn of Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series . Although it is not specified that, at which point the game will be released, it can be speculated that it will eventually come out in 2017, the same years when the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will also hit the theaters. Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series will follow the tradition of episodic nature from other Telltale Series ; will be split into five episodes. The game will be available for consoles, PC and mobile devices upon release. In the official a

Making of Battle Chasers: Nightwar

Famous artist Joe Madureira ( Astonishing X-Men , Ultimates 3 ) is a renowned name to the fans of Marvel Comics as they know how he impacted the longest running Uncanny X-Men series with his manga-styled artwork over the 90's era. Usually go by the name Joe Mad, he was also responsible for creating the action role-playing hack and slash video game Darksiders . Then THQ gone bankrupt and Joe formed his very own Airship Syndicate . As they were looking for a project to work on which will have the vibe and feel of Japanese themed RPG games, someone pointed out that Battle Chasers , his decade old creation for Image Comics would probably be a perfect fit for the game they are willing to make and so, the team begins working on the title to turn it into a modern RPG classic. Making of Battle Chasers: Nightwar A popular comic-book artist turned professional game creator, Maduriera himself is a huge RPG fan and his work on the Battle Chasers series perfectly reflects tha

The Walking Dead: March To War Announced

As it was already an insanely popular franchise as comic books, The Walking Dead took over the cable TV network by storm when it was first aired on AMC TV . Then there came Road To Survival , No Man’s Land , Telltale Series and Dead Reckoning , all sharing the title and aspects of Robert Kirkman 's smash-hit Image Comics ' series and roaming on different platforms. Recently, the New York Comic-Con week has brought another good news to the TWD fans. An all-new mobile game titled " The Walking Dead: March To War " is coming soon and the expected release date is 2017. March To War Announced Disruptor Beam , the developer studio of the game also has released a short teaser which you can find below. Though the teaser doesn't offer much, official sources say that the game will be based on the storyline titled " March To War " from The Walking Dead monthly ongoing series that took place right before the " All Out War " saga. Basical

Dishonored 2 Concept Art

Action game genre has always been able to draw more gamers to their fold, because action is pure fun. When certain developers added a twist of stealth in it, stealth action category made a unique fan-following that started revolution with games like Metal Gear Solid and Splinter Cell , to the more recent day hit like Batman: Arkham series of games. So, when Bethesda Softworks decided to bring a game like Dishonored back in 2012, everyone lost their mind in it. Dishonored 2 Concept Art Previously, the game allowed the players to take the role of royal assassin Corvo Attano, who set out to protect Princess Emily. Four years have passed since and Bethesda also felt like the game deserved a sequel where they will not only bring back Corvo but also introduce his Empress Emily Kaldwin as a playable character. With their unique setting for the game to character design and gameplay style, the world of Dishonored is truly a fascinating one. Ever wondered how these behind-the-sce

The Walking Dead: Season 3 Poster Revealed

The newest season of Telltale's The Walking Dead series gets an exclusive poster reveal at San Diego Comic Con. We already know by now that developer/publisher studio  Telltale Games will be returning with a brand-new season of Telltale's The Walking Dead  game series. In the festivity of San Diego Comic Con, Telltale was present at Skybound Entertainment panel with a few exciting news to share with their eager fans at the event. Creative Director Dennis Lenart of the company and Clementine's voice actor Melissa Hutchison from the series was there too at SDCC during the official reveal of The Walking Dead: Season Three  poster. RELATED: The Walking Dead: Season 3 Confirmed The Walking Dead: Season 3 Poster This limited edition poster for Season 3 revealed at Comic Con pays homage to the original poster designed for the series during Season One and was unveiled back in 2011. The only thing that is changed here is that Clementine is not Lee Everett’s little gir

Death Stranding Revealed

When the creator of Metal Gear Solid is about to dive deep to develop another masterpiece and it is from his very own home production this time, you have to have a tough time to hold your sh*t together! This just happened. Former Digital Entertainment president of Konami , Hideo Kojima is back and he announced his return by taking the E3 2016 stage to reveal his latest creation from Kojima Productions , titled Death Stranding . Death Stranding E3 2016 Reveal Poster A A brand-new trailer for Death Stranding was revealed by Kojima himself just to let us know what he's been up to and the game will be a PlayStation 4 exclusive. Two brand-new posters are also released afterwards the trailer clip was dropped as reveal art. The trailer opens up with William Blake quotes from Auguries of Innocence about heaven and eternity. Then the shot goes to a frame that quickly moves forward over a dry-sandy beach with dead crabs lying all around. We see giant lizard-like palm print

The Walking Dead: Season 3 Confirmed

After much anticipation and speculation, Telltale Games have finally confirmed The Walking Dead: Season Three with an intense new teaser. In terms of re-defining the genre of episodic graphic adventure game, developer/publisher Telltale Games have been doing a great job with their take on The Walking Dead franchise. E3 is known to gamers worldwide for the revealing of upcoming exciting news of their favorite game titles that keeps them on the edge of their seats. So, at the E3 2016 event,  Telltale  has showed up to give us all a glimpse of what they have in store for the fans of Telltale's The Walking Dead series and dropped a new teaser clip. The Walking Dead: Season 3 Confirmed RELATED: Telltale’s The Walking Dead Pinball Game Announced You should go and check out the exclusive sneak peak teaser of the third season of Telltale's The Walking Dead straight out of E3. RELATED: Telltale’s Walking Dead Will Follow Comic Timeline The clip opens up to show

Payday 3 Confirmed

Back in 2015, there was a strike of the team of Steam moderators for Payday 2 regarding its controversial microtransaction system despite previous assurance from developer Overkill Studios of never using them. The issue was later sorted when the studio arranged random drops of those items for concurrent Payday 2 players because it gave birth to a small outrage against Overkill . They even tried to justify their action by explaining that the earning will help them support the multiplayer of the game until 2017. Payday 3 Confirmed Most recently, Swedish publisher Starbreeze Studios have fully gotten their hands on the rights of Payday game franchise after paying up a good $30 million for it. With that, the game is finally done with the crappy in-game microtransaction system for the foreseeable future. As part of the announcement, Starbreeze also confirmed working on Payday 3 already, which was a great news for this popular crime game series. RELATED: Payday 2 Exclusive

Dishonored 2 Comics in Development

The studio that published games like Assassin’s Creed and Dark Souls ; Bethesda Softworks have announced to publish a comics series and novel tie-ins this summer, teaming up with Titan Comics . The initiative is taken for the upcoming release of Dishonored 2 in November, 2016. According to Bethesda , the comics will be a four-issue limited series featuring series protagonist Corvo Attano and will debut its first issue on August 3. Dishonored Comics, Issue #1 Titan Books will be publishing two miniseries that will start from the ending of the first Dishonored game and both of them will tie into the upcoming sequel. By November 29, the full set of collection for both series will be available on stores. Scripted by writer Gordon Rennie ( Judge Dredd , Rogue Trooper ) and illustrated by artist Andrea Olimpieri and Marcelo Maiolo ( Batman Beyond , Old Man Logan ), the Dishonored comic series is revolved around assassin Corvo Attano's quest to find a worthy successor

Overwatch: 10 Beta Tips

Blizzard Entertainment brings a new arena shooter video game Overwatch this year and since the announcement, players are getting a bit extra hyper about it. Because, admit it, the game looks awesomely cool and the more you think about it, you cannot keep your hands off it. Blizzard senses that desperate eagerness in you too. So, what did they do? They released the open beta and people are losing their minds over it. We do suggest that you join the revolution too but before you do, you might want to consider reading the following 10 tips and then some more to have a crush-course on Overwatch open beta. Then start playing right away. Overwatch: 10 Beta Tips 1. Secure Your Objective: You might label the game as a first-person shooter; since you have to kill your opponents once you come across them to defend your own skin but you do it in a fashion of a multiplayer online battle arena. However, you should never lose sight of what the game really is about. While the FPS is a

Telltale’s Walking Dead Will Follow Comic Timeline

Image Comics ' smash-hit zombie-apocalypse themed comic-book series The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman goes on a few details about its video game adaptation from Telltale . As he opened up about where the Telltale’s The Walking Dead series is going, he disclosed that the upcoming Season 3 from the developer studio will be running on the same parallel with the current timeline of the comic-book. He said, “ Books that are coming out now are roughly in the same timeframe that season three will be in ”. Telltale’s Walking Dead To Follow Comic Timeline With that being teased, chances are, a few character may even show up straight outta comic-book pages at some point to interact with the characters of the game. Since the recent Telltale release, The Walking Dead: Michonne mini-series did so by showing up a few familiar faces, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier may do the same. And that is sure a good news for the fans of Walking Dead universe. While explaining a lo