Craig Hart and Thomas Mayer from GamingSurvival.com provide a Snapshot of Shank 2 – released for XBLA, PSN, and PC.
The Snapshot video features an unedited, in-depth look into Klei Entertainment’s fantastic brawler featuring commentary by Craig and Tom. Marvel at Tom’s ability to talk AND play at the same time, while Craig ponders the meaning of life.
Craig and Thomas provide a Snapshot of Joe Danger Special Edition for Xbox Live Arcade.
The Snapshot video features an unedited in-depth look into Hello Games’ fantastic arcade racer with commentary by Craig and Tom. Craig explains what players can expect from Joe Danger SE in terms of changes, modes, controls, and more!
Square Enix and IO Interactive have released a commentary walkthrough video for the new game in the Hitman franchise. The video features the “Run for your life” level with commentary from game director Tore Blystad and gameplay director Christian Elverdam.
Hitman Absolution is set to release next year for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC.
Today, SEGA released a glimpse of Sonic Generations slated for release later this year. The trailer features classic Sonic gameplay with a modern twist. Could this finally be the Sonic game that fans have been waiting years for? Take a peek at the trailer and be the judge.
During Nintendo’s investor meeting in Japan yesterday, Nintendo revealed a new Kirby adventure on the Wii that is being developed by HAL Laboratories. This time Kirby will not be heading to Patch Land, and will instead be going back to the series’ roots.
Nintendo of Japan has released a 35 second trailer which shows that the game will be a 2.5D side-scroller featuring the classic formula of sucking up enemies and absorbing their powers. The trailer shows the use of a giant sword twice. It is possible that the big sword will have something to do with the plot, or is simply just another power.
No other details have been revealed by Nintendo, but we can expect to hear more about this new Kirby Wii adventure in the coming weeks or months.
While there have been some unlikely hacks for Kinect lately (Zelda and Doom come to mind), this newest one involves indie sensation Minecraft.
This work of genius is by Nathan Viniconis. By means unknown (I assume communing with some form of coding spirits), Nathan has figured out how to interpret 3D images taken from Kinect and map them into Minecraft, creating a reasonable facsimile of the original image. It even goes as far as matching available blocks to match the photo’s colors.
If you are super curious about how this was accomplished, his work is chronicled here. He offers step by step instructions about how to get this interesting piece of work running on your machine.
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is still almost a year away but Sony has released several gameplay videos to wet our appetites. If these videos dont get you pumped for what will undoubtedly be one of the best games of 2011 I dont know what will. Check out the videos just beyond the break:
Developer Maxis has just released this producer diary showing off how DarkSpore’s player vs. player will work in this action-RPG. The hype for this game is nowhere near as ridiculous as the original Spore, but it’s looking like it will be a much more satisfying experience.