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Various Game Trailers #1523

by Rainier on Jan. 29, 2009 @ 6:40 p.m. PST

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:

  • Blood Bowl [ALL] - Skavens vs. Lizardmen Trailer
  • Yakuza 3 [PS3] - Final Trailer [JAP]
  • Wanted: Weapons of Fate [ALL] - Developer Diary Trailer #1
  • ArmA II [PC] - USMC Base Trailer

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

Get the Wanted: Weapons of Fate [ALL] Trailer off WP (45mb)

Armed with iconic moves from rigorous assassin training, including “Curving Bullets” and “Bullet Explosion,” as well an arsenal of powerful, high-tech weapons, players will explore Wesley’s quest to becoming an unmatched uberassassin in fast-paced, action-packed combat against the world’s most notorious killers.

Get the ArmA II [PC] Trailer off WP (45mb)

ArmA 2 is set in the near future, year 2009, in a fictional post soviet country called Chernarus. Players will be sent as members of a US Marine Corps Force Recon squad to this country to prevent further civilian casualties and ensure ongoing stability there.

Get the Yakuza 3 [PS3] Trailer off WP (85mb)

Seems the previously revealed Yakuza 3, set 400 years before the first two titles in the series, was nothing but a spin off while the real third installment in the franchise is still set in modern times, situated two years after Yakuza 2, set in Ôsaka and Okinawa.

Get the Blood Bowl [ALL] Trailer off WP (36mb)

Blood Bowl, based on Games Workshop's board game, is a "game" of American football played by the insane warriors of the fantasy Warhammer universe, allowing you to create and manage teams that will take part in epic battles where fair-play is for sissies

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