Just a few minutes ago the trailer for the much awaited video game Mafia III has been revealed. It is not what most fans have been expected but at least it has some nice graphics. The game does not continue the story from Mafia 2 but it is set in the 60's (1968 to be more specific) as we announced here.
Our most read article on the website is the one about Mafia III entering production. We posted it in 2012 and it is likely the team was working since then on the game, but most likely the game suffered a series of delays and now it is believed to be released sometime in 2016.
It’s 1968 and the rules have changed. After years in Vietnam, Lincoln Clay knows this truth: Family isn’t who you’re born with, it’s who you die for. Watch the Mafia III worldwide reveal trailer now!
After a few dissapointing games in the NFS series, EA seems like it's going to released a good game after all. I was first impressed by the video game trailer, which you can view here:
Seems like the tuning is back in Need for Speed. The important feature that has been missing for so long during the last few versions is back. There is also a cool (or not) camera thing when you are turning around the corners, the camera drifts away from the car. If you do not like this new feature, as it is presented in the trailer don't worry! You can turn it off.
Then, I saw a comparison of a few in game pictures and the exact pictures being taken in real life places. Now here is a challenge: Try to figure out which pictures in the gallery are the ones taken in real life and which one are the screenshots captured in game.
The PC version of GTA V has just been released and we already have a few videos up for you. One of them is this compilation of street fights using the new feature called first person view:
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