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At the Electronic Art’s E3 2014 conference, Bioware announced the teaser trailer to their Sci-Fi epic trilogy Mass Effect known as, Mass Effect. The sequel would be the first entry that would embark into a second trilogy in the Mass Effect Universe after the events of Commander Shepard and his original team.Mass Effect Concept Art

Mass Effect E3 2014 Teaser Announcement Trailer:

Bioware Blows off With Mass Effect Teaser Announcement

The original Mass Effect trilogy is regarded as the most immersive Sci-Fi experience ever created following a story line which remains unmatched. Strictly based off the RPG elements, the new Mass Effect would also include the dynamic action combat styled introduced in Mass Effect 3 while keeping the RPG elements of the previous titles in the loop. The main attraction of the Mass Effect series has not been the combat or gameplay but the unique story line that unfolds in the Mass Effect universe. While the original Mass Effect was set in 2183 which was followed by Mass Effect, based in 2185 and the trilogy came to a conclusion in 2186 when the war with the reapers finally end.

The previous Mass Effect games have been centered around the reapers and the six major races of the game which include Humans, Turians, Salaraians, Asari, Quarians and Krogan followed by the smaller races which include the Volus, Elcor, Drell, Hanar, Vorcha, Yahg. With the reapers either finished or not considered a threat any more as concluded from the Mass Effect 3’s ending, it would be surprising to see how the new trilogy would take off. Bioware is keeping the bulk of the details under wraps for now but we now that the environments and exploration would be a major role for the next game with planet exploration back in action along with several side missions to do. The Mass Effect will introduce a new gameplay system which will introduce a new leveling up system and several customization variety for armors and weapons. Bioware did a pretty good job with the customization in Mass Effect 3 so they can easily maintain a variety of customization options similar to something Visceral did with Dead Space 3.

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Bioware has gone all out by releasing the latest trailer of their next generation role playing game, Dragon Age Inquisition. Being the sequel to Dragon Age II and third title of the franchise, Bioware’s Dragon Age Inquisition is set to create a new story line filled with new characters and new places to explorer in the continent of Thedas.Dragon Age Inquisition Main

Dragon Age Inquisition E3 2014 Trailer:

Dragon Age Inquisition Trailer Shows Off Brilliance of Bioware’s RPG

We had known that Dragon Age Inquisition would be based on the Frostbite engine which seems like the obvious choice since the game would feature an open world environment which the players would be able to roam free without any sort of linear approach. The world would be completely dynamic and the player actions would shape the world around him based on their play styles. The game revolves around the main character or an Inquisitor to be precise who’ll embark into a rich character-driven story based off of what we saw at the E3 conference. The core elements of Bioware RPG games are still intact with the game combining the likes of both Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2 into a seamless experience.

The continent of Thedas would be free to explorer from the very beginning offering a stunning and immersive world that’s full of life at every corner. Being dynamic makes combat more realistic with enemies and you can build up a team of up to 12 companions who will embark upon the journey along with you. Just like previous Bioware games, the choices players make in the game would lead to shape their story outcomes along with the tangible, physical aspects of the world itself. Their would be various classes to choose from when selecting the main character, Three main character classes are included in the game, which are, Mage, Warrior and Rogue. Further more, each of these are divided into three specialized characters’ classes, which are, Artificer, Knight Enchanter and Champion.

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At E3 2014, Electronic Arts also revealed their next generation Star Wars: Battlefront In-Game trailer which is a reboot to the original game series launched back in 2004. More details arriving in Spring 2015 for next generation platforms which include the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Star Wars: Battlefront will aim to deliver one of the most mutliplayer battles based in the Star Wars universe along with a single player campaign.
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Star Wars: Battlefront E3 2014 In-Game Trailer:

Star Wars: Battlefront In-Game Trailer Focuses On Huge Battles

Based on the Frostbite 3 engine, Star Wars: Battlefront is being developed primarily by DICE along with some help from Visceral and Bioware. The game is part of an exclusive partnership of EA with Lucas Arts giving them the rights to develop Star Wars themed games for next generation platforms. The game will feature several modes and resembles a lot like DICE’s Battlefield franchise with huge never-ending maps and epic space battles which will be one reason why DICE isn’t focusing on a Sci-Fi themed Battlefield like 2142 when Star Wars is under development.

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Developed by EA Sports, FIFA 15 is the next generation premiere football sensation which is hitting the store shelves this year. FIFA 15 brings back the renowned game mechanics of EA Sports franchises with the brand new Ignite engine that will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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FIFA 15 E3 2014 Announcement Trailer:

EA Sports Unleashes FIFA 15 – Brings Ignite Engine To The PC Version

 When EA unveiled FIFA 14 last year, it was made clear that the company would not be bringing support of EA’s Ignite engine to the platform whereas the next generation console counter parts did get support for it. EA stated that due to majority of PCs players having low hardware specifications, it was better suited not to release the game engine now but in the future as hardware becomes more powerful. The time has come and EA is bringing Ignite Engine with their next generation FIFA 15 title.

In the last FIFA 14 title, Ignite brought several improvements to the gameplay featured on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. The way the players move and reacted to an incoming pass was more realistically projected and the animations were enhanced to give a sense of realism and use several of their body parts to move the ball in various directions, balancing it in and out of the field and routing it in the desired directions.


Now managed by Crystal Dynamics, Tomb Raider is an action-adventure video game franchise that never gets older. The last game in the series was Tomb Raider, which was a reboot of the original game for the last-gen consoles and PC. Tomb Raider (reboot) gained so much momentum on the previous-gen that the developer had to make a next-gen port for and now, keeping all things aside, Crystal Dynamics’ new upcoming Tomb Raider sequel known as Rise of The Tomb Raider was announced at Microsoft E3 2014 press conference.

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Lara Croft Looks More Skilled in Rise of The Tomb Raider – Gameplay Trailer Shows New Moves

Keeping the fans’ demands in mind, Crystal Dynamics thought it was time to move on and give something new to the gamers, so here it is. The company just came over the Microsoft E3 2014 Press Conference to announce its new project in the Tomb Raider series called Rise of The Tomb Raider, which expands on archaeologist Lara Croft’s origin story. The developer also revealed a teaser trailer for Rise of the Tomb Raider just now at Microsoft E3 show floor.

The gameplay trailer shows Lara Croft, the main protagonist of the series, discussing her past deeds with a psychologist. This clearly means that the upcoming game will follow the story of 2013’s Tomb Raider. All that is known about Rise of The Tomb Raider right now is that the game will hit somewhere in 2015 on the Xbox One. There are no details about the potential versions of the game for the PS4 or PC. For now, enjoy the gameplay trailer given below.

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Ubisoft’s upcoming brand new installment in its famous and most critically acclaimed historical fiction action-adventure open world stealth video game series know as Assassin’s Creed has just been shown off running on the Xbox One console right now at Microsoft E3 2014 press conference. The short Assassin’s Creed Unity gameplay trailer included a sneak peak at in-game co-op mode.


Assassin’s Creed Unity Xbox One E3 2014 Gameplay Trailer Revealed – Game features Co-Op

We already now a thing or two about the upcoming Assassin’s Creed title called Assassin’s Creed Unity such as the game has been in development for more than three years and total nine other studios are working on the game in conjunction with Ubisoft’s Montreal-based team. The developer also released a pre-alpha gameplay footage of the game, confirming that the title will only arrive on the latest consoles and PC in fourth quarter of the ongoing year.

Hopefully, we will know more about Assassin’s Creed Unity at Ubisoft’s E3 press conference, but for now we have this splendid gameplay trailer from the game running on Xbox One console. The gameplay trailer shows the protagonist making his way around a plush mansion in stealth. According to the details, the title will feature four-player co-op mode as well and players will be able to make their own private Brotherhood wit their online friends.

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is one of those games that were extremely hyped for their E3 2014 showing, and it looks like the game was all worth it. Activision, the publisher of the game, released its E3 line up just a few hours before the official show, nonetheless, the game at Microsoft’s booth looks fairly awesome. We already know some details about the game such as it will be a cross-gen title hitting all major consoles and PC on November 4, 2014, but today, the publisher released a very important bit; the gameplay trailer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.


Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Gameplay Trailer Reminds You to Prepare Yourself for Next-Gen Warfare – Coming November 4

Following some huge leaks about a month ago, Activision finally took the covers off the next title in the highest grossing first-person shooter veteran video game franchise known as Call of Duty. The upcoming eleventh primary installment in the series is named Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and unlike most other AAA video game titles, this game will be released in the ongoing year. The publisher of the game released a lot of details after the title’s confirmation but a complete reveal was promised at E3 2014, and now here we have it.

First things first: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is a first-person shooter like all previous games in the series. The storyline of the game is just typical warfare, war zone type, but this time around, the game is set in highly advanced futuristic world of 2054. The game is based on a private military corporation that has turned against the government of the United States. The player will take the boots of a former U.S Marine, Mitchell, who joins the CEO of the largest private military company, Atlas, in his quest to call revenge upon the U.S government officials.


It was only moments ago that Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 2014 Trailer made its way to the internet, while the trailer may be completely in Japanese the video alone is enough to send shock you. THIS is Phantom Pain.


Phantom Pain E3 2014 Trailer Appears Ahead of E3, Proceed with Caution!

When Kojima warned us that his latest trailer might not be for the faint of heart, we should have taken him more seriously, this one trailer shows the after math of the events of Ground Zeroes and Snake coming to terms with every thing that has come to pass, he has formed a strong resolve to bring down Skull Face for all that he has done to Big Boss and Kaz. For those of you who have yet to play Ground Zeroes, I highly recommend you sway from the video until you do end Ground Zeroes because the video is filled with spoilers, but on the other hand only time will tell how long the video will stay up.

E3 2014

In only a few hours from now, nearly all major video game publishers will gather in the Los Angeles Convention Center to kickoff this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. We are almost six months into the next generation of gaming and this is the first major event that will show what good the next-gen consoles hold for us in the future. To give you a look back, here is the list of all E3 2014 video game teaser/announcements trailers that have been released recently by the developers.

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Watch All Already Revealed E3 2014 Video Game Teaser/Announcement Trailers Here

Being an industry-only event, E3 is where all major video game publishers set their stages to showcase their already announced and upcoming video games with logos, trailers, screenshots and other media content. Of course we are already aware of tons of games coming in 2014 and 2015, but E3 is the place where we get to learn more about them.

We already have a long list of already announced E3 2014 video games and their teaser/announcement trailers. Some publishers and developers announce their video games before E3 with trailer to make up some space in their press conferences for more important details and media content. Below are all the E3 2014 video games teaser/announcement trailers, put together by NeoGAF member, that already have been revealed. Do let us know if we missed any.

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Electronic Entertainment Expo is only a few hours away but leaks and rumors have still not spared the games that are being revealed at the show. Sony is expected to make a blast during E3 at its press conference by revealing some very exciting PlayStation 4 exclusive video game titles, and it looks like this leak just uncovered one of it.

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PlayStation All-Stars Round 2 Leaked – Expected to be Revealed At E3 2014

PlayStation All-Stars video games are considered to be Sony’s version of Nintendo’s famous and most critically acclaimed Super Smash Bros. series. The first apparent game in the series called PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was released on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita handheld consoles. The game was partly developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Santa Monica Studio, and was released late in 2012.

Moving on to newer games, Sony ended support for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale last year, but it was rumored that Sony is working on the next game in the series that will be released on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 by the name of PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale 2. Now a leak that emerged on Twitter shows that the upcoming PlayStation All-Stars game is allegedly called PlayStation All-Stars Round 2 and it will be revealed at E3 2014. Below is the leaked GIF and screenshot of the game.


First of all, I would like to applaud this absolutely amazing article on Crave Online where the writer has indeed done a magnificent job on telling us why The Phantom Pain could be Konami’s biggest triumph yet. Moving on, If you are curious on what we can expect to see from The Phantom Pain this year at E3, then here are 3 images to help kick-start your imagination.



While there was a rumor yesterday where two prominent Russian video game journalists had confirmed that The Last Guardian had been scrapped, IGN may have jumped the gun when they may have said that The Last Guardian has been cancelled. Only minutes ago, PlayStation’s Scott Rhodes has already debunked the rumor.


E3 2013

Months finally turned into days and days are about to turn into hours. This year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo is only around a day away and it looks like everything is set for the show. Almost all major publishers that are attending the show have already released the schedule plan from their press conferences and some media content from already announced upcoming games has been confirmed to be released at the show. Here is out list of the most anticipated video games that you should be looking forward to at E3 2014.

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The 10 Games Most Anticipated at E3 2014 That Everyone is Looking Forward to

It is June again and this means it is time to look forward to some very spicy video game announcements that will be brought about at the upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo. In a day from now, nearly every major video game publisher will set its stage in Los Angeles and will show off its upcoming video games with trailers, screenshots, hands-on demos and more.

Many major developers and publishers have already announced their video games that will launch in 2014 and 2015, but now E3 2014 is the place where we will get more to learn about the upcoming games. And this is not all, there are tons of video game announcements coming at E3 2014 that we knowing nothing of. The publishers will also showcase their never-before-seen upcoming video game titles.

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It has been rumored for quite sometime now that Sony Computer Entertainment’s Bend Studio, best known for its Syphon Filter video game titles, is working on an open-world horror video game that will be released exclusively for the latest PlayStation 4 console. Rumors regarding this title are very scarce but it looks like the first screenshots and concept art of this unidentified video game have just been leaked.

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PlayStation 4 Exclusive Sony Bend’s Open-World Horror Video Game’s Screenshots and Concept Art Leaked

Very few rumors regarding Sony Bend’s open-world horror video game have emerged on the internet, some of which are the courtesy of a well-recognized industry insider known as Thuway. He recently stated that Sony Bend is currently developing a PlayStation 4 exclusive open-world horror video game title that is, unlike other famous horror games, not based on zombies. All that Thuway said about the game is mentioned below.


Project Morpheus is one of the industry surprises. It is going to be the first VR (Virtual Reality) HMD (Head Mounted Device) to make a debut on a console, having support for the PS4 the peripheral also allows players to bring their hands into the game with the help of the PlayStation Move controllers. Are you excited to get one for your PS4?

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