Check out this gameplay trailer for CoD: Advanced Warfare, coming on November 4, 2014 (or the 3rd if you pre-order). While you're at it, take a gander at this CoD bundle:
Warning: this trailer is incredibly violent.
From the official site:
Hatred is an isometric shooter with disturbing atmosphere of mass killing, where player takes the role of a cold blood antagonist, who is full of hatred for humanity. It's a horror, but here YOU are the villain. Wander the outskirts of New York State, seek for victims on seven free-roam levels. Fight against law enforcement and take a journey into the antagonist's hateful mind. Gather equipment of the dead 'human shields' to spread Armageddon upon society. Destroy everything on your way of hunt and fight back when it's disturbed...
...just don't try this at home and don't take it too seriously, it's just a game. :)
The question you may ask is: why do they do this? These days, when a lot of games are heading to be polite, colorful, politically correct and trying to be some kind of higher art, rather than just an entertainment – we wanted to create something against trends. Something different, something that could give the player a pure, gaming pleasure. Here comes our game, which takes no prisoners and makes no excuses. We say 'yes, it is a game about killing people' and the only reason of the antagonist doing that sick stuff is his deep-rooted hatred. Player has to ask himself what can push any human being to mass-murder. We provoke this question using new Unreal Engine 4, pushing its physics (or rather PhysX) systems to the limits and trying to make the visuals as good as possible. It's not a simple task, because of the game's non-linear structure and a lot of characters on the screen. But here at Destructive Creations, we are an experienced team and we know how to handle the challenge!
What do you think of Hatred? Is this game going too far? Does the reasoning of the team behind it change how you feel?
Mega Steelix and Mega Glalie will be in the ORAS demo:
Here are some more details about the demo:
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