At tonight’s The Game Awards, a new trailer dropped for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. The game will be releasing exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. Not much is known yet outside of the developer, Team Ninja. Things are about to get a lot more heroic. MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black
Bethesda, known for their sprawling single player titles, released a pretty strange video featuring Lynda Carter discussing how Bethesda aims to save single-player gamers. The video, which you can see below, is a bit cringe-worthy, but that doesn’t hide the fact that they are right. Although, I don’t feel that
Bandai Namco has revealed Soul Calibur VI at The Game Awards. This entry will be the first in the mainline series since Soul Calibur V in 2012 for PS3 and Xbox 360. Check out the trailer below.
New gameplay has been released from Zelda: Wii U, with fans getting a peek into the sprawling new-look Hyrule at The Game Awards. Footage shows an art style somewhere between the gritty Twilight Princess and the watercolour Skyward Sword. Mechanics look very similar to Skyward Sword at this point, movement
Nintendo came out with a short preview of their charming, nostalgic Mario Maker in today’s The Game Awards. After a brief performance of Koji Kondo’s timeless score, viewers were treated to a short video of the fresh potential offered up by the innovative software. Gamers can now ‘play God’ of the quirky