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Various Game Trailers #483

by Rainier on April 15, 2005 @ 4:26 p.m. PDT

Another day, another batch of game trailers were released. Instead of giving them all their own posts, we grouped them, and so far there are trailers for :

  • Trackmania Sunrise - Trailer #5
  • Fantastic Four - Trailer
  • Empire Earth 2 - Trailer

Get the Trackmania Sunrise trailer off WP (21mb)

"TrackMania Sunrise" is a high-octane, free wheeling racing game that builds on the original classic. Aspiring racers can construct completely original race courses and bring their cars and tracks online to trade and compete. With amazing speed, creative multiplayer race modes, and easily accessible track editor, "TrackMania Sunrise" allows even a student driver to create and distribute outrageous tracks, providing hours of endless enjoyment.

Get the Fantastic Four trailer off WP (31mb)

Fantastic Four's storyline follows the Fantastic Four movie plot and expands the adventures by letting players stretch, control fire and use invisibility and brute force to defeat evil super-villains in new environments and familiar comic book locales. Challenged to master each super hero’s individual powers and combine them to level even more devastating attacks, players must battle the never-before-seen enemies and the ultimate evil – Doctor Doom -- to save the human race from disaster.

Get the Empire Earth 2 trailer off WP (26mb)

Empire Earth 2 will build upon the success of its predecessor by adding unique units, powers, leaders, and inherent bonuses to all of the game's 14 different civilizations. Cities, territories, and borders in Empire Earth 2, often treated as "eye candy" in other real-time strategy games, will factor into game play and be treated as tradable resources much like they are in the real world. The game's artificial intelligence will be more reactive, dynamic, and variable than its predecessor's, able to adapt to human opponents in ways that are more engaging for the player. And, for the first time in the Empire Earth series, ambient weather and seasons like fog and snowfall will affect game play, forcing players to adapt their strategies to the changing environment.

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