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Various Game Trailers #1383

by Rainier on July 4, 2008 @ 12:22 p.m. PDT

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

  • The Conduit [Wii] - Trailer
  • Beijing 2008 [ALL] - Trailers (3)
  • Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli [ALL] - Trailer #4
  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince [ALL] - Trailer
  • Legendary [ALL] - AI Trailer
  • Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm [PS3] - Trailer #2
  • Wario Land: Shake It! [Wii] - Trailers (2)


  • We will update this throughout the day when new trailers become available. Read more for download links ...

Get The Conduit [Wii] Trailer off WP (32mb)

The Conduit is fusing fast and fluid gameplay with an advanced set of visuals intended to squarely establish the Wii as a true next-generation gaming platform. The first-person shooter boasts a competitive online multiplayer component and a thrilling single-player campaign. Advanced graphical features include dynamic environment mapping, interactive water with real-time reflection, and four-stage texture composition including gloss, diffuse, and bump mapping.

Get the Beijing 2008 [ALL] Trailers off WP (3/4/16mb)

Beijing 2008 will be an authentic simulation of over 35 events from the upcoming Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and will allow gamers to experience the thrill of competing in many of the official venues ranging from the famous Beijing National Stadium (the "Bird Nest") to the National Aquatics Center (the "Water Cube").

Get the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli [ALL] Trailer off WP (28mb)

Ferrari Challenge is a realistic racing game, developed by Eutechnyx, from the famous Italian sports car manufacturer, with the official license of the motor sports series with the input of professional racing drivers. 50 expertly-modelled Ferraris are available, along with the full complement of Ferrari Challenge series tracks, exquisitely balanced handling, remarkably lifelike opponent AI and the most comprehensive custom vinyl editor yet seen in a racing title.

Get the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince [ALL] Trailer off WP (70mb)

In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince you return to Hogwarts to help Harry survive a fraught sixth year. Engage in exciting wizard duels, mix and brew magical ingredients in Potions class, take to the air to lead the Gryffindor Quidditch team to victory, get sidetracked by Ron’s romantic entanglements and journey towards discovering the identity of the Half-Blood Prince.

Get the Legendary [PS3/X360/PC] Trailer off WP (22mb)

Legendary tells the story of Charles Deckard, an art thief who is duped into stealing Pandora’s Box. When he opens the box, he releases hordes of beasts thought to be fictional – such as werewolves and gryphons – into an unprepared modern world. A full scale war between man and myth begins, and it is quickly complicated by the actions of powerful secret societies. As the person responsible for releasing this terror, Deckard’s unwittingly become the only person capable of containing it once more and saving civilization from being destroyed by the terrifying creatures of the box.

Get the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm [PS3] Trailer off WP (15mb)

Armed with cinematic quality HD graphics, a next-gen battle system, interactive multi-dimensional battle grounds and a seamlessly explorable world of Naruto, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm will capture the heart of any Naruto fan! Your dream to live and breathe the show will come true!

Get the Wario Land: Shake It! [Wii] Trailer off WP (6mb)

Wario Land: Shake It! is a classic side-scroller for the Wii starring Wario, the smelly, bad-mannered alter ego of Mario. With the Wii Remote controller turned sideways like an old-school controller, veterans and newcomers alike can run, jump and smash their way through hectic side-scrolling stages.

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