Saturday Video Round Up: May 22 – 28

As we inch closer and closer to E3 next month, expect the video pool to dry up as publishers save their biggest and brightest trailers for when all eyes are on the annual show. Still, there’s plenty of stuff to check out this week in the Round Up. Here’s just a small taste of what awaits you.

The big surprise this week came from Ubisoft as they released a brand new trailer for one of their higher profile games in advance of E3 2016. After going underground for a while after its reveal last year, Ghost Recon Wildlands is back on the radar with a new gameplay trailer.

After a long wait, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is so close to release. To help or make the wait worse, a brand new launch trailer arrived this week, giving you a better look at the crisp and clean visuals on display.

I’ve also got new videos for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, HITMAN, Battleborn 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…

Battleborn – Alani Skills Trailer
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine Final Quest Trailer
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands – We Are Ghosts Trailer
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – The Mechanical Apartheid Trailer
Mighty No. 9 – Masterclass Trailer
Paragon – Riktor Announcement Trailer
Absolver – Reveal Trailer
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst – Why We Run Trailer
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan – Launch Trailer
Kirby: Planet Robobot – Overview Trailer
SMITE – PS4 Launch Trailer
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE – Hyped for Combat Trailer
World of Tanks – The Motherland Calls Trailer
HITMAN – Elusive Target #2 Trailer
Goat Simulator – Waste of Space Trailer
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6 Responses to Saturday Video Round Up: May 22 – 28

  1. C. T. Murphy says:

    Paragon’s Riktor looks like a new Mortal Kombat character. That isn’t exactly a compliment.

  2. Hatm0nster says:

    Nice crop of trailers this week I’d say. I was wondering why people were so up in arms about that Mighty No. 9 trailer, and now that I’ve seen it, well I still don’t get it.

    It’s definitely not a very good trailer. It makes the game look kinda cruddy and the tone of the trailer is something right out of the ’90’s, and that cringe-worthy anime line…ugh. Nope, definitely not a good trailer, but still nothing to get upset over. I just hope the game turns out to be something better than what we’ve seen here.

    • I agree, the trailer wasn’t good at all, but the level of backlash it got was really surprising.

      Still, the trailer didn’t tell me anything about the game, which is exactly the opposite thing you want a trailer to do. It could have been handled way better.

      It seems like anything that game does is immediately scrutinized. At this point, it really does feel like the game is destined to fail. I do hope I’m wrong, but I don’t think I’ve seen/heard anything positive about it in a long, long time.

      • Hatm0nster says:

        True. Just about everything that has come out about it in the last year or so has been negative. It seems that they’ve never been able to recover from that bad first impression from way back when.

        The internet is a very polarized place. Either you win support immediately, or you’re doomed to cyber-hate until your product can (hopefully) prove itself.

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