Bethesda frontman Pete Hines recently sat down with GameCentral to talk about a plethora of things — including developing for the Nintendo NX, Fallout: New Orleans, and the truth behind Prey 2.
Shadow of the Colossus–inspired adventure game Prey For the Gods has made 150 percent of its Kickstarter with only a few hours left. Additionally, it has also been confirmed for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
QuakeCon 2016 is happening this week in Dallas and during the event Bethesda revealed a new gameplay trailer for Prey.
One of the highlights of Bethesda’s E3 this year was the reveal of Prey, a brand-new game from Arkane Studios’ Austin branch. At the time of the announcement, there was some confusion over what its nature was exactly. But worry no longer, game director Raphael Colantonio put an end to the uncertainty today.
Updates to Prey 2 and Prey 3 domains have sparked an internet frenzy of speculation that Bethesda may reintroduce the game at E3.
Anybody who has paid attention to movie trailers over the past few years have noticed just how much they reveal. I often ask myself why the studios would show so much and why I even need to see the movie after watching a trailer. A good trailer should build up anticipation, not destroy suspense. Which … Continue reading Three Reasons Why Prey for the Gods is a Great Reveal Trailer
Prey 2 has officially been cancelled, Bethesda confirmed yesterday.
Following a seemingly new trend with video games, Deck13 has announced a demo for their latest game, The Surge.
Cheetahs in the wild are extremely fast predators. Cheetah in Injustice 2 is an extremely fast predator as well, only instead of hunting zebras and gazelles she craves the Amazonian blood of Wonder Woman.
If you are in the mood for bloody brutality, look for no further than the latest trailer for Friday The 13th: The Game.