Once a week, we wrap up the biggest news to hit Player Attack's pages in a handy video format, maybe throwing in a few extra bits and pieces, just to keep it interesting.
PREVIEW: Evolve [PC/PS4/XOne]
Evolve is a game for people who are sick of cookie cutter classes. It's a game for people who like teamplay - but also for those lone wolves who want to singlehandedly take everyone down.
PREVIEW: The Elder Scrolls Online [PC]
It's hard to accurately convey the depth of my love for the Elder Scrolls series. Like seemingly everyone else on the internets, my journey begins with Arena, the original game, though it was Daggerfall that really sank its hooks in me.
PREVIEW: Wolfenstein: The New Order
It's been 20 years since we first met William "B.J." Blazkowicz in the original Wolfenstein game. Since then, he has returned numerous times over the years but never in such a in-depth story as he is given in Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Left 4 Dead 2 is the sequel to the best-selling and critically-acclaimed co-operative multiplayer smash from Valve, creators of the Half-Life, Portal, Team Fortress and Counter-Strike game properties. Left 4 Dead 2 promises to become one of 2009's top-selling games and set a new benchmark for co-operative action games.
The title adds melee combat to the award-winning L4D style of play, with items such as a chainsaw, frying pan, axe, baseball bat, and more.
Introducing the AI Director 2.0, L4D's dynamic gameplay is taken to the next level by giving the Director the ability to procedurally change weather effects, world objects, and pathways in addition to tailoring the enemy population, effects, and sounds to match the players' performance. The result is a unique game session custom fitted to provide a satisfying and uniquely challenging experience each time the game is played.
Finally, with new Survivors, boss zombies, weapons, and items, Left 4 Dead 2 offers a much larger game than the original with more co-operative campaigns, more Versus campaigns, maps for Survival mode at launch, and more.