League of Legends, Marvel's Spider-Man, Overwatch, The Walking Dead, Destiny 2, Beyond Good and Evil 2: The 10 Best NEW Video Game Cinematic Trailers of 2018, Part 2!
00:01 The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset Cinematic Trailer
03:42 Overkill's The Walking Dead - Grant Trailer
06:55 Ryze: Call of Power | Cinematic - League of Legends
12:23 Cinematic "Old Soldier" - World of Warcraft
18:37 Shadow of the Tomb Raider - The End of the Beginning
21:25 The Sinking City - Death May Die Cinematic Trailer
24:37 Anthem Official Cinematic Trailer
26:20 Total War: Three Kingdoms - Announcement Cinematic
28:32 Skull & Bones - E3 2018 CGI Trailer
31:01 Subnautica Cinematic Trailer
The Sinking City - Well, this is going to be an interesting game. If it operates the same way all CoC games run, get used to spending half the time making up new characters to rescue or avenge the previous ones you made that all went insane....
In my eyes, Anthem is another game that the world didn't need. The combat system looks like a copy of Destiny. The suits look boring, without any character and in general every trailer for the game seems to be designed for as much action and as little action as possible.
Even the Titanfall games offered more incentive.
Even though I've bought every bioware game since Dragon Age, I certainly won't buy it. My money is too good for that.
First I was thinking "Dynasty Warriors Total War!? Wow!" but then it was Three Kingdoms and I was like "Three Kingdoms Total War? Wasn't there a PS1 game kinda like that?". Either way I'd love to try it out regardless.
The Dynasty Warriors series is from the same historic/novel as the Total war Three Kingdoms. Which is the 14th century novel, Romance of the Three Kingdoms. There is also a more 4x/civ type of series which pre-dates the other games and that is Romance: The Three Kingdoms, which I think is up to like its 15th version or something. This game series is really the one that started the whole genre of games, and it started in the mid-80s. I still play the 3rd one that came out on the SNES.
18:37 Square Enix, Eidos and CD combined? Man that is going to be a great game.
I know Eidso for Tomb Raider and Legacy of Kain, for the same CD and then SE joined in for TR.
19:59 OK that is TOMB Fucking Raider.
Don't you just hate it when these trailers are getting better and better each year at telling a story that may or may not even be part of the story in the actual plot of the game? (mostly the former) And you're here looking at that A grade trailer which made you think it was a movie or something midway, then realize "Oh right, its a game!"
+Sam Groves Also, this is inevitable for games made for multiplayer. MMOs (there are exceptions with side missions and main quests), MOBAs and basically every recent game with a single player story mode that has a multiplayer option.
So here's the thing. I remember back when the game's I'd buy came with minicomic books, and novella's packed in them because the tech at the time was nowhere near able to convey anything more than simple themed gameplay. If you can, go back and look at what came with games like Dungeon Master, Starglider, the first WarCraft game, or even the comics that often got packed with old Atari 2600 games.
I remember the excitement I felt as the tech started to catch up and was able to tell part of the story in-game, or at least in-line with the game. Well over half the reason the Half-Life series was so venerated was because it was one of the first to actually do this. To actually trust that a story driven game could present the story IN GAME rather than as awkward includes with the game.
But as we got further along that line, people started resenting it. They wanted to play the game, they wanted to make their OWN story. And outside of a few companies, that message has been heard and most games don't bother with any real story IN game again. So while I get the frustration folk feel at seeing these marvelous masterpieces of storytelling being presented along with the game, and about 0% of it actually showing up in game, this is what 'we' said we wanted. If we don't like it, maybe spend more time buying the games that do still tell stories and less time playing the ones that don't.
Karson Arrants That was a gameplay or in-engine trailer seemingly, admittedly you probably need a beast of a rig to play at that level of detail. The cinematic trailer was years ago, though it's still great.
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