Entries in 'video' (811)
Having debuted its debut UK trailer late last month, Nintendo has aired its first Wii U commercial in the US.
There’s certainly no accusing Rovio of creating a shameless cash-in.
Activision has released a brand new live-action trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
We’ve heard it described as “the friendliest awards ceremony” ever seen in the UK. And this highlights reel makes us think that’s about right.
Codemasters has released the first footage of upcoming racer F1 Race Stars.
Toy manufacturer LEGO says that video games have helped the firm beat the economic downturn.
With a week left until its release, Ubisoft has gone live with the official launch trailer for Assassin’s Creed III.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is nearly with us, and Sony has released a smart new live-action trailer to bump up the hype a little.
There’s still over a month to wait, but that’s no reason not to be very, very excited about Far Cry 3.
First there was LEGO. Then there was Batman. Then there was LEGO Batman. And now there’s this.
Attention Seekers Productions, creators of Pwned and The Boot Room, has signed a deal with Microsoft to release video content on Xbox Live in Europe.
Popular site GameSpot has created a new app for Xbox Live that will make it easier for gamers to access its video content.
Fight Club, the Social Network and Se7en director David Fincher is to produce the launch trailer for Microsoft’s Halo 4.
It’s only two days away now, but you can watch the launch trailer for Bethesda’s Dishonored right now.
The Ohio State Marching Band clearly knows a thing or two about video games. And marching. And banding.
You’re nothing but a mindless number. It’s time to liberate yourself – by buying an alternative expensive smartphone?
Square Enix has posted an 18 minute gameplay video for the really quite fantastic looking Hitman: Absolution.
It’s a Call of Duty game. Made by Treyarch. And that, as well know by now, means zombies.
The money spent on games may be dwindling, but the time spent researching them certainly is not.
A free to visit public exhibition of video game art will feature in the closing week of this year’s London Games Festival.
Nintendo’s American Wii U launch will boast a big plus not seen here in the UK – streaming video service TVii.
The Arma series prides itself on its military realism, and its developers will seemingly go to great lengths to adjust it.
GamesAid has released an official video of its epic Cologne to Brighton bike ride.
We’ll know for certain if this video is legitimate in on September 12th.
The thing to remember is that this stuff is made by an amateur!