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Video Thirst: Whoa, Devil May Cry GamesCom 2011 Trailer Is Beastly

by Ernice Gilbert on August 16th, 2011, under Capcom, GamesCom 2011, News, PS3, Xbox 360

Below the break you’ll see the latest trailer for Capcom’s reboot of Devil May Cry, one that’s being helm by Enslaved developer Ninja Theory. The trailer shows lots of sword and gun slinging. But quite honestly, it’s done astonishingly. Hit the link.

Video Thirst: Speechless, First Tomb Raider Trailer Has The Best CGI Ever

by Ernice Gilbert on June 3rd, 2011, under E3, E3 2011, Hot, News, PS3, Square-Enix, Xbox 360

No talking necessary, Crystal Dynamics has sent live the first bona fide trailer of upcoming reboot Tomb Raider, confirming the game’s 2012 release, new Lara look and style. On the visual front, though, this is the real McCoy: You’ve never seen anything quite like it.

Tomb Raider Reboot Details Unearthed, Lots Of It

by Ernice Gilbert on May 2nd, 2011, under Hot, News, PS3, Square-Enix, Xbox 360

As promised, Tomb Raider’s seen a massive info leak, and from what we’re viewing now, hope’s still alive, leading us to believe the once leading lady, Lara Croft, could take the reigns again.

The full quencher’s below the break.

Ninja Theory “Dropped Everything” To Work On Devil May Cry Reboot

by Ernice Gilbert on October 7th, 2010, under Capcom, Hot, News, Ninja Theory

Though many gamers weren’t pleased when the new Dante sculpted by Ninja Theory was revealed at TGS, that doesn’t mean said studio isn’t passionate about making the best Devil May Cry game possible. In fact Ninja Theory was in the process of looking at other projects and talking to publishers in hopes of scoring a new deal. However when they were approached by Capcom to reboot the much respected DMC franchise, they simply “dropped everything” and were glad for the opportunity to do so, and humbled by Capcom’s trust.

What Medal Of Honor Controversy? Special Ops Soldiers Want This Game

by Ernice Gilbert on September 22nd, 2010, under EA, Hot, News

While some are crying foul over EA’s Medal of Honor reboot, Special Ops Forces members can’t wait to get their hands on the game.