Ubisoft reveals Far Cry 3’s main antagonist, Hoyt the Tyrant, an insane villain with a penchant for talking loudly and making his victims run blindfolded through minefields. Drool over the game’s amazing graphics, learn more about the game’s storyline, and bear witness to some of the island’s deadly wildlife… literally. Via DigitalSpy.Check Out The Game Now!
Check out Ubisoft’s new interactive trailer for Assassin’s Creed 3, due out on October 30th in North America. Will you take the fight to the British directly, or stealthily attack from the shadows? Decide what playstyle you prefer before you even pick up the game! Via Ubisoft.Check Out The Game Now!
Sleeping Dogs ventures into the extreme world of Asian Horror with “Nightmare in North Point,” complete with zombies and demons. What other facets of Hong Kong cinema will United Front explore in the future? Via Free 2 Rage.
Greg Miller and Colin Moriarty go over the fine details of PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale’s amusing live-action trailer, bringing to attention the painstaking(ly nerdy) references you probably didn’t notice when you watched this video for the first time. How many times do you think they watched this? Via IGN.
Master Chief battles the Forerunners in this first trailer for Bungie’s much-anticipated first-person shooter, Halo 4. The graphics look pretty incredible, but does it really look all that different from the previous titles? Watch it now and decide for yourself. Is this really the future of gaming? Via Joystiq.
2K games announce Borderlands Legends, the first iOS game in the series. The game is a top-down take on the popular series featuring the original game’s cast of vault hunters, all of whom can be controlled simultaneously to take out waves of mutant enemies. With brand new skill trees and randomized mission objectives, this is shaping up to be one of the most fun mobile games out there. Via PopWatch.
Skyrim killing your GPA? Transfer to Rice University in Houston, Texas, where instructor Donna Ellard is using the game to teach her students about Norse mythology and its intersections with psychoanalytic literary criticism promoted by theorists such as Gilles Deleuze. Sometimes a game isn’t just a game… Via GamePolitics.Check Out The Game Now!