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By Jonathan Balofsky On 1 Aug, 2016 At 01:53 PM | Categorized As News, Nintendo 3DS, Portable/Mobile Gaming, ROG News | With 0 Comments

No GravatarThe Pokémon Company has released a new trailer for Pokémon Sun and Moon showing off new forms of Pokémon in the Alola region and their news moves. Some are quite different than you will remember. Check out the trailer below.

By Jonathan Balofsky On 26 May, 2016 At 01:10 AM | Categorized As News, PC Games, ROG News | With 0 Comments

No GravatarScrewAttack Games sees opportunity where others see humor and have released this amazing trailer for AVGN2. Presenting the MasterASS trailer. the game is on sale now.

See the trailer below



And see our interview with ScrewAttack games here

No GravatarE3 is here people! We here at Real Otaku are gearing up to cover the conference and bring you all the news we can. To get ready, here are a few trailers. First up is the official trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins. We are hoping to learn a lot more at E3 and even though it is just a cinematic trailer, it is still setting a good tone for the Batman series we all know and love.


Next on deck is a game that is near and dear to my heart. Remastered and looking gorgeous, is Ducktales Remastered. This short trailer shows of the Amazon level of the game, narrated by your trusty eye in the sky, Launch Pad


Up next we have the Saints Row 4. I personally loved Saints Row the Third and the 4th installment looks to be even crazier and more over the top (which I didn’t think was possible).


And lastly we have Thief, the reboot of the Thief series. Coming to next gen consoles and PC


And there you have it folks, 4 trailers of some up coming games. Stay tuned and come back to Real Otaku for your E3 coverage.

By SarahTheRebel On 8 Feb, 2013 At 05:39 AM | Categorized As Featured | With 0 Comments

No GravatarSo, if you follow my Twitter, you may have noticed that I did not originally have a very positive outloook on the new Lara Croft in the reboot of Tomb Raider. Besides her ugly haircut, it really seemed like another Metroid: Other M move, where a newer game makes a female character more of a crybaby and more weak than she was in previous games.

However, after watching the rest of the trailers for the new Tomb Raider, I’ve realized that might not be the case at all; at least, not in a bad way.

Survivor Over Everything

There are at least four new trailers, and they each show bits and pieces of the story. A young Lara Croft is off on an adventure and runs into a terrible storm. She has no training, no skills. She’s a young adventurer getting ready to go off and prove herself to the world. It’s obvious that she isn’t at all ready for what she stumbles upon. I suggest watching “Tomb Raider 9 Trailer” first.

Lara is forced to push herself. Climbing to scary heights, jumping over canyons, killing animals for food, and killing the men who try to abduct her. Watching each trailer added a vital puzzle piece for seeing the trend of the game towards an action-survival game. I also got a very Uncharted feel from it, and that’s not a bad thing, since one can argue that games like Uncharted owe a nod to the original Tomb Raider (both series owe Indiana Jones, so don’t get started on that). I am also reminded of Far Cry 3, which is another game with great gameplay. Here’s a video showing off some of that gameplay.

I really did get the sense that Lara was going to have to do things that she wasn’t comfortable with to survive, and I like that notion of actions having weight and consequences in games.

Are Tomb Raider purists going to love this game? Probably not. Although tombs are mentioned, they definitely don’t look like the sprawling tombs of past games, and most of the footage shown takes place outdoors on an island. I also didn’t see any T-Rexes or bats. >_>

Controversial Rape Scene

So let’s talk about the rape scene. Yes, some places have said it isn’t rape at all, and they’re right. That was an attempted rape, which Lara aborted by fighting for her life and succeeding in killing her attacker. As a rape survivor, I honestly felt proud of this scene. You can see the trauma, the desperation, and then the cost of victory. This is something that a young woman, stranded with a group of hostile men, would really be in danger of. It’s a realistic, not contrived, occurrence and it was handled well. You can see from these trailers that Lara gets stronger and stronger, and she continually has to push herself further and further.

Here’s that trailer

But What About the Series?

Now, the real question will be, how will they move forward with this in the sequel? Will she end the game as her normal cool, calm, and badass Lara who we know and love? And then will the next game not involve any of this survivor vibe?

Notably, this is the first Tomb Raider game to be rated mature. As the newest game in one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time, Square Enix has its hands full living up to that legacy.

Check out this behind-the-scenes look

I honestly think they showed the wrong trailer first, and I’m very excited to check out the new Tomb Raider, which will be released March 5th for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.

How far will Lara go to survive? I look forward to finding out.

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By Garrett Green On 18 May, 2012 At 03:12 PM | Categorized As News, News, PlayStation, Previews, Videos, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

No GravatarBatman: Arkham City, one of the best games to come out in 2011 and arguably the best super hero game to date, is about to release it’s first and perhaps only story based DLC in HArley Quinn’s Revenge. Picking up a few weeks after the the events of Arkham City, Batman sets out to find a few cops who disappeared into Joker’s old hide out. He soon discovers that it’s a trap and is shot by Quinn. Enter Robin, yes that’s right. Not just fighting in arenas but you actually get to explore as Robin while you try to find out what happened to Batman. Now don’t think you can travel all of the city as Robin, you will be confined to the Jokers hide out, but it’s still a welcome addition. Check out the trailer and get a sense for what this DLC has in store for us. Harley Quinn’s Revenge will release for download on Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 on May 29 for $9.99. It will also be included in the Game of the Year edition, along with the Catwoman, Night Wing, Robin, and character skin DLC.

No GravatarSpike TV and Gametrailers recently just had their Video Game Awards show, and with it came a bunch of new and big trailers for games that are expected to come out next year. Some of the reveals came from top studios within the industry, including Blizzard, Bioware, Konami, and Naughty Dog. Down below, you can check out all the trailers that were revealed at the VGAs. Be sure to check by again for our impressions of the Spike VGAs.


Metal Gear Rising Revengence


Mass Effect 3


Diablo 3 Opening Intro


Transformers Fall of Cybertron


The Amazing Spider-Man


Rainbow 6 Patriots


Command And Conqure Generals 2


The Last of Us


Alan Wake American Nightmare


Hitman Absolution


Bioshock Infinite




Tekken Tag Tournament 2


Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD





By otakuman5000 On 6 Jun, 2011 At 02:59 PM | Categorized As Company Spotlight, Conventions, Editorials, Featured | With 0 Comments

No GravatarWithin hours of the Microsoft Press Conference. Gigantic news already leaked out from their vault of E3 surprises. Twitter began popping up with images from the Xbox website with post and screenshots of Master Chief and Cortanna. The image and the sources in question claimed it to be the next iteration of the Halo franchise, Halo 4. Also in the shot, we see reveals of other games like Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary, Star Wars Kinect, and Ryse.


Within minutes, the Microsoft site was changed, and the only pictures of it were floating around twitter. Microsoft’s big reveal was spoiled hours before their press conference. Regardless, there are going to be plenty of people excited for this new addition to the Halo franchise. But is it official?


Check out the image below and judge for yourself.









By otakuman5000 On 15 Apr, 2011 At 04:51 PM | Categorized As Movie News | With 1 Comment

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This is the debut trailer for the Rise of the Planet of the Apes reboot by 20th Century Fox. This is the origin story of the Planet of the Apes. It is a modern day story of how a group of scientists who developed a new drug called “The Cure” which causes the brain to heal itself. Once the scientists start testing it on apes to help cure human diseases they discover that the drug makes the apes smarter.  The drug not only help the apes to heal, it also makes the apes start to think more like humans. The film stars Spider-Man’s James Franco as well as Freida Pinto, John Lithgow, Brian Cox, Tom Felton, Andy Serkis. The Film uses the Weta Digital Effects team that did the visual effects in James Cameron’s Avatar Rise of the Planet of the Apes is set for a August 5th. Check the trailer below