Sunday Video Round Up: April 8 – 14

I hope the weekend finds you well. Hopefully, I can provide a bit of enjoyment by offering up the latest incarnation of the Video Round Up. As always, I’m bringing you all the best gameplay and trailers from the previous week. So turn up that volume and press play. Here’s a sneak peak at the content for this week.

Overwatch is back in the headlines as it’s latest remastered event from last year adds a neat little tweak to the co-op event known as Uprising. While fans can still find that mission, the updated event adds a new one as well, showing what happens to Reaper, McCree and others when a Blackwatch mission goes south.

God of War finally launches this week on the PlayStation 4 and this latest game brings a lot of new ideas to the action game table. For one, the Greek mythology theme has been replaced by the Norse pantheon of Gods. Get a taste for the new environment in this week’s latest trailer.

I’ve also got new videos for Code Vein, Ghost Recon Wildlands x Splinter Cell, SoulCalibur VI, and so much more after the break!

The full list of videos awaits you after the jump…


Overwatch – Archives Trailer
SoulCalibur VI – Siegfried Reveal Trailer
God of War – The Norse World Trailer
Ghost Recon Wildlands – Special Operation 1: Splinter Cell Trailer
Code Vein – Gameplay Trailer
Call of Duty: WW2 – Dunkirk Map Trailer
Banner Saga 3 – Pre-Order Trailer
Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2 – Announce Trailer
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition – Character Spotlight Trailer 1
Detroit: Become Human – Behind The Music Trailer
Extinction – Launch Trailer
Dragon Ball FighterZ – Accolades Trailer
The Crew 2 – Motorsports Vehicle Series 1
Conan Exiles – Countdown to Launch Trailer
Battlerite – Tales of Horror Trailer


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2 Responses to Sunday Video Round Up: April 8 – 14

  1. Hatm0nster says:

    Too bad about Extinction. Was thinking it could have potential, but I guess it didn’t. Then there’s Detroit. I was excited about the game after trying it at PAX last year, but I wonder if it’s really going to be the intense and thought-provoking thing it’s getting set up to be. The potential is there, but I wonder if it will be able to follow through. Much like Heavy Rain, this is a game that’s going to succeed or fail based on its story, themes and characters rather than its gameplay.

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