Gamer Limit Banner

Isaac Clarke has returned in a sequel to one of my personal favorites of 2008: Dead Space. The first Dead Space 2 trailer is quite disturbing indeed. One thing we do know, Isaac is not right in the head.

“Isaac Clarke is back. He escaped the massacre aboard the Ishimura, but that was just the beginning. Find out what happens when the nightmare returns!” Read more… »

Courtesy of IGN, the very first trailer for Test Drive Unlimited 2 debuted today, offering a tantalising glimpse at the game’s lavish locale. The new dynamic lighting and day and night cycles are shown off to full effect, to the point it makes you wish you actually lived in the island of Ibiza.

Naturally, a slew of prestigious posers cars are also showcased throughout the trailer, including an Aston Martin DBS, Gumpert Apollo, Ford GT and, curiously, an Audi Q7. Rejoice: now you can pollute the tranquil island of Ibiza in gas guzzling SUVS, which is a first for a Test Drive game.

Test Drive Unlimited 2 is set to continue right where the original landmark MMO racer left off this Autumn for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Read more… »

With the NFL draft last week and Madden NFL 11 details revealed, the NFL season feels that much closer. And what would the NFL season be without a little Madden?

“Simpler. Quicker. Deeper.” This year’s Madden promise screams accessibility. But rest assured, these developer diaries shed some light in what will surely aid both the hardcore and casual fans. Enjoy the first two videos of a five-part video roundtable series from EA Sports right after the break. Read more… »

If you are able to tear yourself away from God of War 3 and back into the depths of hell, April 29th is the day to do it. EA recently provided the latest detailed walkthrough for Dante’s Inferno‘s newest DLC: Trials of St. Lucia. As was shown in our review, this is sure to be an interesting DLC for a genre that has been without user creation and co-op for the most part.

As can be seen in the video, users are the core of this DLC experience. Trials of St. Lucia will provide players with the ability to contribute user generated content in the form of trials. It is then up to the players to attempt to tackle these trials with or without a friend and rate what they play to allow others easier access to the best content. Read more… »

Another year, another Madden. Following news of the newest cover athlete, an official trailer of Madden NFL 11 has been released. This year’s installment promises a simpler, quicker, and deeper experience.

Just as each year before, changes in Madden concern me. However, I stay optimistic and just remember that those behind the game love this franchise just as much as I do. Either way, you be the judge as what follows is surely interesting and intriguing to say the least.

Read more… »

Now in his 11th incarnation, with Matt Smith leading the charge, Doctor Who has graced many forms of entertainment from board games to trading card games and even had his own terrible movie. 2010 sees the return of the gallivanting Gallifreyan, as four interactive episodes are coming to PCs (and macs) this June.

Any doubters will be pleased to know that Steven Moffat (the current series’ writer, and the writer behind some of the best loved episodes since the re-launch) is involved, as well as games industry veteran Charles Cecil – the man behind Broken Sword.

Read more… »

You’ve seen the film, but now it’s time to reveal the behind the scenes outtakes you didn’t see.

This final bonus supplement to Collateral Collision gives you an insight into the arduous production process of my ambitious car chase machinima, featuring a series of vehicular mishaps for your viewing pleasure. Most of which involve me losing control and crashing a lot, but let’s gloss over that.

Read more… »

After selling over one million copies worldwide, Quantic Dream have produced a new Heavy Rain trailer to commemorate this achievement.

Many feared that the ambitiously unique title would never catch on, but the sales and some rave reviews for the PS3 exclusive would seem to indicate otherwise. To show their gratitude following Heavy Rain‘s surprise success, Quantic Dream’s message is simple: “thanks a million!”

Read more… »

Not one to shy away from controversy, Activision have launched a new advertising campaign for their beloved Modern Warfare 2 featuring a rather randy old gentleman who repeatedly talks about the happenings of the game’s multiplayer in a sexually implicit manner.

The video was watered down for broadcasting, but you can view the extended version exclusive to Youtube in the above video.

So there you have it, conclusive evidence that Activision are indeed run by a bunch of misguided, immature eight-year-olds. Yes, it’s terribly juvenile but it still made me chuckle given that I am also eight.
Read more… »

What do you get when you cross TF2 with Law Abiding Citizen? Without a doubt the best (non-official) Team Fortress 2 Machinima I have ever seen.

If only the movie that the trailer is based on was as good.

Read more… »

If you are a huge Metroid fan like I am, you’ve probably been waiting impatiently for Nintendo to release some new gameplay footage of the latest installment in the series: Metroid: Other M.  Well wait no longer, because a brand new trailer has just been released which includes over two minutes of never before seen footage from the game.

I will be the first to admit that I have my doubts about the new direction Team Ninja is taking the franchise.  However, after watching this incredible video, I think I’m willing to hold off my criticisms until the final product arrives in my hand.  To check out the trailer, and get your Metroid fix, hit the jump. Read more… »

You got coop in my Metal Gear! It seems as if all three proud PSP owners got together to film this new video for the upcoming Peace Walker.

The above segment features an encounter not present in the demo found on the Playstation Store. Speaking of the demo, I really enjoyed it- one of my favorite parts of the game (Demon’s Souls style) is that there’s absolutely no pausing, even in menus – this is most likely due to the fact that the game is meant to be played cooperatively, in order to force you to get used to constant action. Those are different classes you’re seeing in the video  - you can choose them at the start of a mission to suit your style.

Feel free to follow the YouTube link, and read all the “man I wish this was on the PS3!” comments.