We get to follow the aptly named 'Darkathion' for his first nine minutes of character customization and exploration to spots like the 'Giant Rock Stack' and library. The game's already showing clear signs of being geared towards encouraging taking your next adventure outside.
Maybe the biggest highlight of this revealing video was the part in which we get to see just how hard it is to actually 'hit' a Pokémon with a Poké Ball when trying to catch it--takes a serious chuck, man! All in all the hype continues to build with this pretty dang exciting video!
Not sure what Nintendo's ultimate plan here is...the reintroduction of a cancelled controller design, a straight up horseshoe emulator, or a genuine rebranded Microsoft 360 Speed Wheel..? We'll let you decide for yourself.
Tracing back to 2015, dynamic french duo Koola and Viv unleashed a screenshot depicting a cat perched in a dark alley, silhouetted by a hazy red light as the sun shone through in from an unknown opening above. This scene's the first look at an untitled 'HK project', which is an experiment in third-person exploration through the eyes of an adventuresome cat. Uh, completely on board for that.
There isn't yet a release date, and even though the details surrounding this game are vague at best, we are completely gung-ho with the furry feline theme of this exciting 'HK Project'! Follow any and all project developments over on their devblog.
In the clip the Reinhardt player courageously takes one for his squad by bullishly charging head-on a self-destructing D.Va mech, and then shoving the bastard away from his allies. Basically, this clip from Iron Giant comes to mind when considering the context of the whole gaming moment:
That intro though...Anyways, tis been awhile since Cliff Bleszinski made a new title since parting ways with Epic Games after Gears of War 3. That silence is about to give way to what we imagine'll be a pleasant blend of hype, disapproval, and somewhere right in between.
LawBreakers is bringing back the arena style, multiplayer gameplay otherwise rarely used since Unreal Tournament. The most interesting part of the game so far appears to be the ability to tamper with gravity on varying fields of play.
You can try out the alpha build of the game over here to see what all the noise is about for yourself. Consider yourself warned (if you couldn't already tell from the trailer) that the game's shamelessly profane.