THQ has released a trailer for Metro: Last Light which focuses on a woman who used to be a top model, but since all the conflict started, she’s become nothing, just another human trying to survive any way she can.
THQ released a new trailer for the highly anticipated Metro: Last Light, simply called “Genesis”. It shows off some of the graphics and gameplay which just look so awesome, you’ll be begging for its release now and not March 2013.
Not quite sure what to think of this, it’s not your typical gameplay trailer, more of a live-action feature which doesn’t explain anything. It shows ‘March 2013’ in the bottom-right of the video, so maybe that’s part of the reason for releasing the video?
From the perilous battlefields of the fourth-grade playground, a young hero will rise, destined to be South Park’s savior. From the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, comes an epic quest to become… cool. Introducing South Park: The Stick of Truth.
There aren’t many what you would call, ‘Gaming Bars’ around, so Loading has kind of got that niche covered and as a celebration of the release of the Genkibowl VII DLC for Saints Row The Third, a trio of shots have been created.
Videogames of TV shows are more miss than hit, gamers wanted to see a Family Guy game and that didn’t quite turn out as well as expected, but South Park has had a moderate hit before, so will this new one be better or worse?
South Park games, or rather, games based on most cartoons are almost as bad as games of movies, so THQ are taking a risk by collaborating with South Park Digital Studios, Viacom Media Networks and Obsidian Entertainment to develop a game based on the popular series.
We all like free stuff (if you don’t, what’s wrong with you?) and especially free games, so for all PlayStation 3 gamers that buy Saints Row: The Third and redeem the online pass within the next 90 days (yes, you have GOT to redeem it before then), you will receive a free digital download of Saints Row 2.
Now, before you get confused, Metro: Last Night was what it was originally announced as, now it seems THQ has decided to change it to Light instead, which kind of makes more sense I suppose, but as it’s not due for release until next year, there’s time for it to change again.
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