Electronic Arts Inc. and developer Crytek GmbH announced today a creative partnership with filmmaker Albert Hughes to produce an online video series inspired by the upcoming shooter, Crysis 3, called The 7 Wonders of Crysis 3. The cinematic series will serve as a precursor for the next installment into the Crysis series; introducing new game-play features, weapons and enemies to the franchise. On top of that, these shorts will also showcase new visuals and dynamics of the urban rain-forest environment the fans of adaptive warfare can expect from Crysis 3 when the game ships in February of 2013
Creator, writer and artist, Mike Mignola, brings you the new ongoing story titled Hellboy in Hell. Published by Dark Horse comics, this will mark Mignola’s visually artistic return to Hellboy since Conqueror Worm way back in 2001, to which he intends to reveal an array of Hellboy’s secrets in a way only Mignola can.
The Lets Play series that has rocked the absolutely nothing continues with action packed FPS Halo 4 and some thing called Xenoblade Chronicles. Every day the Mooks play popular games and discuss design aspects of those games and how they apply to the future. They also make cruel jokes. Every Wednesday NerdNewsToday presents the most recent Mooks’ ventures, embedded below. To see daily updates, check out the Mooks’ youtube channel.
Your fifth or sixth favorite Lets Play series continues with action packed FPS Halo 4 and action devoid JRPG Xenoblade Chronicles. Every day the Mooks play popular games and discuss design aspects of those games and how they apply to the future. They also make cruel jokes. Every Wednesday NerdNewsToday presents the most recent Mooks’ ventures, embedded below. To see daily updates, check out the Mooks’ youtube channel.
NerdNewsToday has teamed up with the new Let’s Play series Monday Morning Mooks to bring you people playing video games and complaining.
Nitro Circus: The Movie is a DVD released today and something that is very difficult to explain. Anyone who is in touch with the Xtreme Sports culture, dating back to the 90’s when “extreme” began with an X, is probably already familiar with the Nitro Circus. The contemporary stunt show is populated with well known Xtreme athletes, including X-games household name and Nitro Circus poster boy Travis Pastrana. Nitro Circus also had a TV show that people familiar with this niche type of entertainment have no doubt seen before.