The new Xbox One commercial is quite compelling with it’s message of “Come on.” The Titanfall robot could have saved me from a boring meeting today. I would not have hesitated to climb in the cockpit if invited. The zombie’s invitation was funny also and the Roman soldiers marching near what appears to be an outdoor cafe was intriguing. In the war of commercials, Xbox One is clearly winning.
I would love to have this guy on my squad. He’s calling out enemies, announcing his intentions in combat and he’s role-playing phenomenally well as a soldier at war. My squad issues basic commands and remarks on the battle, but nothing like this guy. Shoutout to the Best Battlefield Player ever.
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.
Square Enix has announced that they have already started development on the new Tomb Raider sequel. The previous iteration of Tomb Raider is easily one of the best in the series. As an old school pc gamer, I remember playing the demo of the very first Tomb Raider where tiger attacks were the most stressful thing in the game. Now it’s turned into a full fledged adventure powerhouse and I’m happy to have watched it grown. Despite the Tomb Raider movies, the game seemed to have fallen into obscurity for a bit to me. As a fan of the series, I enjoyed the exploration and mind-bending puzzles, but in the age of fast paced FPS I found the games dull after a while. Oh yes, there is much more life in the Tomb Raider franchise and I gladly recommend a sequel to this recent iteration be made. Welcome back Lara Croft.
“I am also excited to reveal that we are well into development on a next-generation Tomb Raider sequel – something you may have heard about recently!”