Saturday Video Round Up: April 19 – 25

It’s a brand new Video Round Up! Brace yourself for a whole week’s worth of video content from the latest trailers to the biggest gameplay footage. Sit back and relax as we dive into the biggest videos from the week that was. Here’s a taste.

After going completely silent since it’s original announcement, Avalanche Studios has finally released a compelling trailer showing off the many gameplay features of their upcoming Mad Max game. From the looks of the footage, it’s going to be a beautifully huge game that stays true to the spirit of the franchise.

Get ready for more Call of Duty as Activision and Treyarch released a 3 minute teaser trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III. It has a heavy Deus Ex feel to it, complete with augmentation, controversy of wearable tech, and eventual conflict. Hey, the trailer got the attention of Eidos Montreal.

I’ve also got new videos for Splatoon, Project CARS, Rainbow Six Siege and so much more after the break, so come check out this week’s batch of trailers!

The full list of videos await you after the jump…

Total War: Warhammer – Reveal Trailer
Driveclub – April DLC/Update Trailer
Splatoon – Claim Your Turf Trailer
Project Spark – Conker Community Creations Trailer
Happy Wars – Xbox One Trailer
Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China – Launch Trailer
Mad Max – Gameplay Overview Trailer
The Evil Within: The Consequence – Launch Trailer
Triad Wars – Own The Underworld Trailer
Rainbow Six Seige – Inside Rainbow #1
Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Ember Teaser
Project CARS – The World Is Yours Trailer
King’s Quest – The Vision Trailer
The Crew – Raid DLC Trailer
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – TV Spot
N++ – Deathball Trailer
Might & Magic Heroes VII – Beta Announcement Trailer
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour – Gameplay Features Trailer
Orbit – Xbox One Trailer
Mario Kart 8 – Wild Woods Trailer
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3 Responses to Saturday Video Round Up: April 19 – 25

  1. Hatm0nster says:

    I’m a little shocked right now, the next Call of Duty actually looks interesting to me. However, this is territory that Deus Ex has covered before, and I’m having a hard time believing that CoD could handle the scenario anywhere near as well as Deus Ex. Here’s hoping they’ll at least capitalize on this idea and make some genuinely interesting gameplay with it.

    • Frankly, I’m surprised they stuck with Black Ops for this long. I didn’t know the story could continue forward like this.

      The trailer looks cool but I don’t know, I’m still very much on the fence about it. It looks like they combined elements of Titanfall, Deus Ex, and Advanced Warfare which…is fine, but has been done before. I guess I need to see more of the game.

      • Hatm0nster says:

        I’d be more inclined to have confidence in it if two things were different:

        1.) This wasn’t released as a Call of Duty game, because that name carries certain expectations with it.

        2.) If it wasn’t following the 2-year, Call of Duty development cycle. It’s hard for a AAA game to be new and fresh when there’s not time to innovate.

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