Biggest game trailers this week

Check this week’s best game trailers and videos

June 23, 2013
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Besides all the chaotic game news, announcements and features, we were treated  to some pretty awesome trailers and videos; check them out below:

There were some big presentation videos that come out of E3, and the Watch Dogs PS3 presentation was an impressive one to say the least.

The guys from Blizzard were also on hand to show Diablo 3 on consoles, showing the new local co-op features and multiplayer action.

A game which slipped under the radar was Murdered: Soul Suspect, and Eric Studer, Senior Game Design Producer at Airtight Games sat down and gave a demonstration of the interesting mystery game.

Ubisoft also announced a new game, Spartacus Legends, which will be a free-to-play downloadable title that asks players to try and fight their way from a slave to a gladiator, solidifying themselves as a legend in Rome.

Dungeons & Dragons fans will be ecstatic to know that Neverwinter has received a hype-building launch trailer.

2K Games delivered some action-packed gameplay from the incoming XCOM Declassified shape-shifting game, which was once a FPS and is now a third-person tactical shooter.

More gaming news:

See Watch Dogs multiplayer in action

Thief announced for Xbox 360, PS3

Kisai breathalyser smart-watch: wrist-bound risk assessment

Witcher 3 DLC to be free

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