The first official teaser trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins was uploaded to YouTube today. Batman: Arkham Origins features an expanded Gotham City and introduces an original prequel storyline occuring several years before the events of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City. The game will be released worldwide in October for PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and Wii U.
Game Informer executive editor, Andrew Reiner, promises that tomorrow’s Game Informer cover story will be the longest since Grand Theft Auto IV. There’s plenty of speculation regarding which game the publication will be focusing on. Reiner has denied its the recently announced Wolfenstein game which is coming to PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and next generation consoles. Which game do you think the magazine will be focussing on tomorrow?
Update: It’s about PlayStation 4 and the games that have been announced for the platform.
Activision has launched a new teaser site for the next game in the immensely popular Call of Duty series. The game which is hinted is apparently titled Call of Duty: Ghosts and will be revealed to the general public on May 1st. The teaser message on the official website cryptically says “The ghosts are real.”
KnapNok Games has released the second teaser trailer for its upcoming Wii U party game, Spin the Bottle, where up to eight players are supposed to sit around the Wii U GamePad and spin a virtual bottle in order to pair up two random players to take on a challenge. KnapNok Games told Joystiq that the party game is scheduled to launch May in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U.
Legendary development studio Mistwalker has teased new concept art presumably for a new game that has yet to be announced by the company. The image look similar to The Last Story with regards to the colours and theme. The company posted the image on both its Facebook page and official site. Hopefully we will get some kind of announcement sometime soon.
Nintendo 3DS-exclusive Fire: Emblem Awakening will be released next month, on February 4th, in North America.
The tactical role-playing game launched in Japan in 2012 and hits Europe later this year.
Sega has posted a Nights into Dreams image on its Facebook page, prompting many to speculate that something Nights related is due to be announced soon. It could either be an HD remake of the original Nights, or it could be a Nights themed track for Sonic & All-Star Racing Transformed. Hopefully we should hear something soon.
Atlus has released a teaser trailer of their upcoming Nintendo 3DS action RPG, Code of Princess. There are over 100 quests and over 50 playable characters within this title. If you pre-order Code of Princess, which will be released in North America this fall, you will receive a free art book and soundtrack of the game.
Natsume, the team behind the family friendly Harvest Moon and Rune Factory franchises, have announced that they are preparing to show off a new game next week. Here’s a few teasers related to the new title which they’ve left up to the fans to deduce.
A weekend treat for you guys: We’re gonna sneak out an announcement next week, and YOU, our loyal followers, are all going to get it early!
Hint #1: The announcement contains a “celebration”
Hint #2: The announcement will relate to a series…
Hint #3: The announcement will relate to a series…in which there are at least 3 previous entries…
- Natsume via Twitter
Square Enix has produced a teaser site for a new game which they are simply referring to as DvsD. There aren’t any hints relating to the nature of the game, or the platforms it is being developed for. We should find out more about the DvsD in a couple of days. What do you think it could be?