Even more Gamescom trailers
We've gathered together some more Gamescom trailer action for you in one place, so roll on up...
Plenty more games were shown off at Gamescom, and along with our previous trailer round up we thought we'd focus on some more highlights. So, have a look.
Ryse: Son of Rome
Microsoft's Ryse: Son of Rome is going to make sure it doesn't fail to entertainin you with the gladiatorial mode. Brutal arena combat is the name of the game here, complete with environmental hazards, traps, and battle royale-style blood festivals. Co-op play will also feature, and will include some nasty co-op finishers.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified
The long-awaited The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is here, and the origin story of the tactical combat series has a rather nifty live action trailer. Here's the full 'Aftermath' trailer that pieces together some of the previous teasers into a full story, showing the lengths the government will go to cover up the alien threat, no matter how large in scale.
Ubisoft's The Crew is a huge open world racer that spans the whole of the USA. With massive customisation options, various car classes, a perk system and, of course, the co-op and competitive multilayer being in a crew brings, it could be a very unique and enjoyable racer. The below video demonstrates much of what the game has to offer, and shows just how varied it'll be. Check it out.
PS4 exclusive, Knack, is shaping up to be a good all-round launch title. The eponymous shape shifting golem should make for some interesting third-person action with a distinctly Pixar-like twist, and the latest trailer shows off more of the game's various powers and story.
Regardless of your next generation stance, and opinion of the Xbox One, you can't deny that Project Spark is looking like a real game changer. Microsoft's take on Little Big Planet is an impressive tool box, and the below trailer shows just a small fraction of what's possible with the free-to-play game creation title.
The closed beta begins in October, and as well as Xbox One, Project Spark will be available on both Xbox 360 and PC, supporting cross-platform play.
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