Pretty much the trailer that will sum up everything that one could expect from Front Mission Evolved (and possibly more given the screenshot). The new trailer features new in-game footage, developer interviews, and a better overall idea on what the game feels like. This possibly shows and tells more about the game besides playing Front Mission Evolved itself. Hit the jump for the new trailer:
A lot of hype for the upcoming Transformers: War For Cybertron, and its probably well deserved. Tformers got an exclusive preview of the game and based on the report, Transformers: War For Cybertron is shaping up to be an awesome 3rd person mech combat experience. Central to the mechanics of the game is the 3 player co-op for missions, which will be available throughout the game with a join-in, join-out feature making the game essentially built for team gameplay. More details and a gameplay trailer after the jump:
A brand spankin’ new trailer for the upcoming Front Mission Evolved has been floating around, which give an insight into the story and details have emerged on FME’s multiplayer game mode titled “Domination”. The brief background of the story from Siliconera:
In the future, the world is a changed place. Technology has advanced. Countries have merged into massive geopolitical blocks. But one thing, sadly, remains the same – humanity’s appetite for war. When a terrorist attack destroys one of the U.C.S.’s prized orbital elevators, the military is mobilised to eliminate the threat.
Dylan Ramsey, a young engineer, finds himself quickly caught in a swirl of destruction, conspiracies and crumbling alliances. Experience his story in this high-octane third-person shooter.
Its hard not to see similarities between Astro Plan and the popular series Macross. It has a cool looking poster though. No news if this is a game or an animation production of some sort. A short video clip of what to expect and a shot of the cast after the jump:
A promo video of the upcoming sequel to the 1983 hard science mecha anime Armored Trooper Votoms is now viewable at Sunrise’s website, giving a sweet preview of what to expect in this sequel, which takes place 26 years after the end of the original series. Votoms: Gen-ei Hen will be released on March 26, 2010.
The video in question can be viewed here or in the embedded Youtube link after the jump before it gets removed:
Remember the scene in The Matrix where Neo first displays signs of being the One? I think that was one of the first few scenes in movie history that really made good use of bullet-time effects.
Fast forward a few years later, and someone’s made a tribute video. Not content to be mediocre however, it was decided that no fewer than 440 hours of work should be put in to make it. And that LEGO should be used as the building blocks of the recreation. We salute you, LegoMatrix.
As always, for more awesome Internet finds, head on over to the Project Awesome thread in the forums.
What we have here is an awesome short fan video about giant alien robots invading the city of Montevideo located in Uruguay. Rumor has it that the creators of the video have been contracted by Mandate Pictures to give them $1 million to direct a $30 million film on the basis of this video which reportedly only cost $500 to make. Directorial and actor management aside, there is no doubt to the quality of special effects used in the video are nothing short of awesome especially considering the budget and robot action involved. Enjoy!
[via: Topless Robot]