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Various Game Trailers #1578

by Rainier on April 9, 2009 @ 4:03 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:

  • Monster Hunter Freedom Unite [PSP] - Phenomenon Trailer
  • Crime Scene [NDS] - Trailer
  • DemiGod [PC] - Queen of Thorns Trailer
  • Jumpgate Evolution [PC] - Making Of Trailer #1
  • Battlestations: Pacific [ALL] - Attract Mode Trailer
  • X-Men Origins: Wolverine [ALL] - Behind the Scenes Trailer #2
  • Zeno Clash [PC] - The Corwid of The Free Trailer
  • Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao [PS3/X360] - Trailer

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

Get the Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao [PS3/X360] Trailer off WP (27mb)

Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao is a stylized hand-to-hand action game that provides engaging, over-the-top combat and multiple gameplay modes to explore alone or with friends online.

Get the X-Men Origins: Wolverine [ALL] Trailer off WP (47mb)

X-Men Origins: Wolverine, based on 20th Century Fox's upcoming movie, enlists players to experience the tormented origins of Wolverine, from his escape of the Weapon X facility to the jungles of Africa and beyond.

Get the Battlestations: Pacific [ALL] Trailer off WP (75mb)

Battlestations: Pacific features a massive U.S. and Japanese single player campaign that offers a unique blend of action and strategy. Players must plan their moves carefully on huge open-world arenas and fight in the air, above sea and underwater to relive some of the most hard-fought battles in WWII history. With the newly added Japanese faction, players will also gain insight into what could have been, should Japan have gained the upper hand against the United States. Battlestations: Pacific also features five new innovative multiplayer modes to strategically plan and battle against friends with all new maps and units.

Get the Zeno Clash [PC] Trailer off WP (68mb)

Zeno Clash is an action game with a strong focus on melee combat set in a punk fantasy world. Featuring up close and brutal combat in a first-person perspective, the game is played in battle scenarios where the adversaries are always dangerously close and the use of exotic firearms and artifacts is a commodity. The new close combat mechanics are a deviation from traditional shooting in the FPS genre that will feel fresh for players.

Get the DemiGod [PC] Trailer off WP (47mb)

Set in a future-fantasy world, Demigod is a team-based action game that casts you as a demigod battling for a position in the pantheon of the gods. Demigod incorporates elements of RTS and action RPG games. Players choose their demigod and turn the tides in epic battles fought in ancient arenas. Single player revolves around the player working through a tournament style ladder to ascend to godhood. Multiplayer forces teams to work together to destroy the opposing forces and their stronghold.

Get the Jumpgate Evolution [PC] Trailer off WP (36mb)

Staying true to its early vision, NetDevil has improved upon the original Jumpgate in every way, with a complete graphics update, and the integration of advanced AI features to ensure unpredictable and compelling situations.

Get the Monster Hunter Freedom Unite [PSP] Trailer off WP (51mb)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, known in Japan as Monster Hunter Portable 2G, delivers over 500 hours of gameplay spanning 400 missions. Add in previously unreleased monsters, weapons and missions and you have the biggest Monster Hunter to date.

Get the Crime Scene [NDS] Trailer off WP (2mb)

In Crime Scene you are part of the forensic police department and have to find and analyze clues with sophisticated equipment, interrogate witnesses and suspects, build a file with enough proof so there is no room for doubt and condemn the guilty!

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