With today’s announcement’s of the Playstation 4 launch date came a new trailer for Watchdogs, which you can preorder now and will become available for Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 later this year.
A while ago we mentioned that season 2 of Video Game High School (VGHS) was going to happen after raising over $800,000 in a kickstarter campaign. Now, we finally get to catch glimpse of what’s in store for season 2 in this new trailer.
Video Game High School is a series set in an alternate reality where professional video gaming becomes the biggest spectator sport in the world. It follows Brian D, an aspiring pro gamer who lands an invitation to VGHS, the most prestigious gaming academy in the world. Think Hogwarts, but instead of spells and magic wands, it’s headshots and IBM Model M keyboards!
You can catch the previous season of VHGS along with any new content at Rocket Jump.
It has been a while since the last time we have heard anything about the feature-length LEGO movie that’s in production and now we can finally see what they have been up to behind closed doors in this new trailer! The film is a joint production between Warner Bros. and LEGO. The LEGO Movie is expected to be released in February of 2014.
The next installment of Call of Duty, Call of Duty Ghosts, is officially coming and it’s also going to be on next-gen hardware like the Playstation 4 and Xbox (Infinity?). The new COD is also set to be released on the PC. I have tried to find information confirming the release of Ghost on the Wii U but I haven’t come up with anything as of right now.
The teaser trailer provides essentially no information about the new game but it’s enough to leave us in anticipation for more. Luckily, we will be getting more details at the Xbox reveal which is set to go down on May 21st at 10:00 am PDT on Xbox Live, Xbox.com and Spike TV.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will release on Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and PC on November 5.
Blizzard Entertainment has recently released some gameplay video of the upcoming Playstation 3 and 4 Diablo III launch. It’s interesting to see how the controls are laid out and the changes that they had to make to the UI to accommodate the console environment. There is still currently no release date for the game and no word on whether the game will appear on any other consoles.