Biggest game videos this week

Check out this week’s biggest gaming videos

March 3, 2013
Video roundup

In this week’s game trailers and videos, we get a launch trailer for the incoming God of War prequel, Ascension, along with some exploding heads thanks to the Sniper Ghost Warrior 2.

After speculating about the details and look behind The Last of Us’ enemies, the new developer diary gives some insight into the frightening creatures.

We also get to check out some more on Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, as well as Need for Speed: Most Wanted’s new DLC pack.

Check out the videos below:

The Last of Us Development Series Episode 1: Hush

God of War: Ascension: Launch trailer

Mars War Logs: Combat Trailer

Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale – Isaac Clarke trailer

Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 – Headshots trailer

Total War: Rome II – The Battle of Teutoburg Forest trailer

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel – Action blockbuster trailer

Need for Speed: Most Wanted – New DLC Packs and Iconic Cars

More gaming news:

Dinosaurs, mechs, and jetpacks coming to Steam

Afrihost offers R100 off Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

BT Games launching new store in Cape Town

BT Games collector’s and console clearance sale

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