Wednesday, April 29, 2015
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Batman: Arkham Knight's cast of familiar faces grows with developer Rocksteady Studios' new "All Who Follow You" trailer. Can you name them all?
Catwoman's there, putting the beatdown on an army of robo-baddies with her Batbuddy. Nightwing and Robin both show up as well, all grim faces and determined hero poses. There are also blink-and-you'll-miss-it looks at Commissioner Jim Gordon, his daughter Barbara (aka Oracle), and the vigilante Azrael.
Also See- Call of Duty : Black Ops 3 Here's your first look at the new face of war
The trailer's title suggests that Batman's assorted allies are all targets of the Arkham Knight, the game's primary villain. He pops up a few times here (his cape-less armor is a weaponized mockery of the Caped Crusader's own Batsuit), duking it out with Batman and commanding any army of gun-toting soldiers, tanks and drones. Two-Face and Scarecrow (that's him at the 50-second mark, right?) also make brief appearances.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is a dark, gritty future where a new breed of Black Ops soldier emerges and the lines are blurred between our own humanity and the cutting-edge military robotics that define the future of combat. Mechs. Transforming chaingun hands. Some kind of lethal firefly swarm. These are your new tools of destruction in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.
Activision's debut trailer for 2015's new entry in the series, from developer Treyarch, is packed with surprising looks at the game's vision of future warfare. The tone was set last week when the publisher released a futurist-friendly teaser made up of mock newsreels that laid out the key historical moments leading into 2065.
Here's the short version: The world has fractured around the rise of "modified humans," with superhuman wars waged between armies that are seemingly pulled from the pages of dystopian science fiction. In the new game's story, tensions rise all around the world when an Edward Snowden-like figure reveals the reality of off-the-books "black ops" missions.
Sunday, April 26, 2015
Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin have attracted worldwide criticism for the actions of their respective administrations - Obama and Putin you can say at least one thing in favor of them both: they haven't tapped into dimensions of eldritch power to raise a monstrous army of undead Soviet soldiers.
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In Wrath of Obama, the leaders of the United States and Russia join forces to oppose Vladimir Lenin. The OG Commie has risen out of Hell and has brought thousands of soldiers from the Soviet Union with him, intent on world domination. In a combination of top-down space shooter and lane-based strategy gameplay, you'll use both Obama (riding a horse and armed with a giant Smith & Wesson) and Putin (riding a bear and armed with a rocket-propelled grenade) hero units to take on the Red Dead Army.
The satirical game actually has a story, made up mostly of laughably bad Photoshop stills and political impressions that are authentically awful. Wrath of Obama is a very reasonable $1.20 (or approximately 60 Rubles) in the Play Store, with no in-app purchases.
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