Tom Clancy’s The Division has been given a teaser trailer, which gives you a 24 second look at the game’s Snowdrop Engine. According to the date in the teaser, this is a trailer for a trailer. Inception.
The Snowdrop Engine looks gorgeous off top, this didn’t give me too much time to review the trailer as usual, but I’m intrigued nonetheless.
With the recent release of the Playstation 4, the console war between the Xbox One and the Playstation 4 have begun. One would argue that the Nintendo Wii U is also in the race for number one, but let’s be serious, they released their system and with the declining sales along with a price drop, things aren’t looking too good. The Playstation 4’s release seems to be seemless so far. There’s very few complaints of faulty systems and the supply of PS4 consoles seem to be plentiful. That isn’t stopping entrepreneurs from attempting to charge $1000 for a PS4 bundle on Ebay. I’d advise my fans of EndgameTV to choose the less expensive route of heading to Best Buy and buying one off the shelf.
In what seems like a mafia tactic of wishing the best to your enemy before going to war with them, Xbox tweeted this out this morning.
The Xbox One will be released on November 22, 2013 and I’m on the hunt for one. In the meantime, there will still be retro reviews from my favorite consoles of the past, SNES, NES and Genesis on the site. I’ll also include some Xbox 360 videos until I upgrade.
Trion Worlds, makers of the games Defiance and Rift, have announced an ambitious free to play game called Trove. It’s going to have the same “destroy and build” concept of Minecraft with a mix of RPG tossed in. I’ll admit I’m intrigued by this game and I want to beta test it. Check the video below.
The game looks great, it’s like Minecraft on steroids. While not much was given in the trailer, I have high hopes for this game. The community involvement they promised and commitment to a long replay ability could make this a Steam darling in no time. Here’s hoping they allow me to beta test.
Follow the game’s official twitter account for more details.
I recently upgrade the video editing software I’ve been using for the videos and I should have a headset mic by next week. Stay classy gamers. – Kevo
After a slight hiatus, I’ve brought my focus back to the EndgameTV site. I’m sure you’ve heard of the Xbox One and PS4 announcements so I wont bother to go back over those. I will however, post The Walking Dead season 2 trailer in hopes of getting back in the good graces of the internet. Stay tuned, I’ll have more content coming, especially once I acquire a new USB headset. The one I had just decided to retire for good so I’m stuck without a speaking device for the videos. Anyway, I still haven’t finished 400 days and with TWD: Season 2 on the horizon, a sense of urgency has crept up. In the meantime, this week, Endgametv is officially back. This trailer didn’t give much, but I noticed an older Clementine which is just what I wanted. I’m sure the tense moments will be back and from what I’ve seen, they’ll be even more… tenser? Is that a word? Anyway, check it out.
Here’s the official description of the game.
The Walking Dead: Season Two – A Telltale Games Series will continue the story of Clementine, a young girl orphaned at the outset of the undead apocalypse, now left to her own devices to seek safety and survive in a world gone mad. Now assuming the role of an ordinary child, players will struggle to outwit both the dead and the living in situations that will test their morals and control the flow of the story through their decisions and actions.
Titan Fall is a mix of Call of Duty, Gears of War and Mechwarrior all wrapped up in a nice next gen package. Judging from the gameplay, I expect a lot of emphasis on mech combat (they’re called Titans in this game) with a sprinkle of ground-based combat for good measure. The glimpse of the single player campaign in this video is promising enough that I wont immediately go online. I don’t want to say the H word, but it comes close to Bungie’s original baby. What I do want is the ability to upgrade and customize the titans so that each one is specific to a particular player’s taste. There was something similar to this in a game I used to play on AOL called Multiplayer Battletech. The community surrounding that game was phenomenal in the 90’s. I’m hoping for a return to that with Titan Fall.
AOL’s Multiplayer Battletech – Forgive the graphics, but this was in the mid 90’s.