2K Games has started promoting something called "Advent," which seems to be a game about a futuristic, gated community that features surveillance for your protection, genetic mutation, and something that is definitely amiss. So, you know, BioShock. There's a site up that promotes the Advent community, with such claims as "our citizens deserve to experience everything life has to offer—free from harm and sickness. We promise nothing less than a brighter future for all." However, if you hover around the propaganda long enough, the site holds some additional secrets.
We'll probably have to wait until E3 to see what this is, but if you're a betting person, a new BioShock seems likely.
Witness the story trailer for the new Mad Max game coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One this fall. Witness it, blood bag! If you've seen the new movie, imagine it met Grand Theft Auto and had a beautiful, exploding baby. But don't expect to see Furiosa or Hardy's Max in the game; it does not actually tie in with the film.
The announcement, spotted via Dengeki Online, doesn't detail pricing information, editions or launch information for regions other than Japan. Hints of its existence surfaced in December when a Biohazard Zero game icon appeared on Capcom's Japanese site.
The survival horror game was first released on the Nintendo GameCube in 2002 as a prequel to Resident Evil 1... Resident Evil Zero was later ported to the Wii in Japan in 2008 and in North America late 2009 under the Resident Evil Archives label.
With E3 just right around the corner, we may hear more from Capcom soon about the future of the Resident Evil franchise.
Are you excited for E3 yet? Sony wants to bring it just a little closer to you.
For the second year in a row, the current generation console leader will show their E3 press conference to the masses by way of theaters in all 50 states.
According to the above official video, the format will follow closely to the show displayed last year, just available to more folks. The Playstation E3 Experience will feature interviews and teasers hosted by Geoff Keighley.
Tickets will again be free to people over the age of 17 and will come with a "Playstation surprise". Last year, Sony gave away exclusive access to the Destiny alpha.