gamescom 2015

Fallout 4 comes to adult sites as leaked footage from Gamescom.
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A new Fallout 4 video exists on the Internet, provided you're over 18 and don't have a problem going to a pr0n site.

Bethesda Software went to Gamescom last week in Cologne, Germany and showed off some footage of the upcoming RPG sequel. However, what they showed of the anticipated title was only behind closed doors and no one should have captured any of the private showing.

One enterprising person decided to get a hold of that footage, but Bethesda kept using copyright claims to remove it from YouTube and other sites, according to Kotaku.

In response, fans turned to other means of sharing the footage, such as file-hosting sites. These, too, sometimes got hosed—or got overloaded with requests, making it difficult to watch the footage. And so Fallout fans have turned to more unorthodox video hosting services, like Pornhub (WARNING, obviously!!) to host said Fallout 4 footage. Titled 'HIDDEN CAMERA SHOWS AUDIENCE TEASED BY BIG BUTT MAN IN TIGHTS LIVE,' the seven-minute-long video showcases off-camera footage of Fallout 4. Hilariously, it's tagged under categories like 'big ass' 'POV' and 'homemade.'





If you are so inclined, and of age, you can watch the footage here. But this link goes to an adult site, so get ready for all the gratuitous ads that promise to increase your ahem desirability...

The quality is terrible and the person describing the gameplay speaks only in German, but if you simply can't wait to see more of what's in store in devastated future Boston and the wasteland around it, click on you brave soul.

Final Fantasy XV gets a 2016 release window.
Via Gamespot
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After a very long development cycle, it seems like gamers will finally get to play Final Fantasy XV.

The game, originally developed under the title Final Fantasy Versus XII first saw the light of day when Square Enix showed it off at E3 in 2006.

But don't worry Final Fantasy fans, Director Hajime Tabata gave a prospective release window for the game that's not terribly far away.

He confirmed with Gamespot that it will come in 2016.

"I understand why people are feeling that way after coming to Cologne and speaking to a lot of the media," he said. "We really do get the feeling that people are a bit worried. Certainly, one thing I would like to say to them to reassure them, is that we've set down the release date, we know when it is, and we've got a complete road map lined up, right up to launch, and we're proceeding along that as planned."

Then, Tabata dropped the best indication of the Final Fantasy XV release date yet: "We can certainly say to people: it's not going to be 2017. It's going to be before that."



As Tabata said, not a lot of other announcement have come out of Gamescom 2015 about the game. However, we did learn a lot about the backstory that drives the game (and the backstory of the dude who drives the car).

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It's pretty funny that the trailer uses Etta James' At Last, because it's not like there hasn't been a new FIFA game every single year for the past two decades.

But still. Pretty.

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While it's light on actual gameplay, this new trailer for the next Assassin's Creed game wants you to get to know the protagonists that will cause many deaths in the cobblestoned streets of Victorian England.

Get your top hat on and watch it.

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Originally announced in E3, this sword-swinging combat game, which supports four-player co-op, gets some further explanation at Gamescom.

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It seems like only yesterday all we knew about the latest, probably still very far away from being released, Final Fantasy game is a bunch of dudes bro-ing it up on a road trip.

Actually, that was the case only yesterday.

But look! Backstory! And some fatherly love!

Via Xbox
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Microsoft seems ready to commit to its past as it continued reviving old franchises during Gamescom 2015 Aug. 4.

After presenters gave plenty of space to a new Forza game, a new Rainbow Six game and a new Crackdown game at the Xbox One press conference, Xbox head Phil Spencer gave a 'one more thing' to the audience in the form of announcing a sequel to 2009's Halo Wars.

If you don't remember Halo Wars, we'll forgive you. It was an odd duck of a real-time strategy game, a la StarCraft or Age of Empires. In fact, the original game was developed by Ensemble Studios, creator of the Age of Empires series.

The original Halo Wars was a cult fan favorite and remains highly regarded in certain circles, though it never reached the sales numbers of traditional FPS Halo games.

Ensemble will not develop this sequel, instead it's being handled by 343 Industries, who took over the Halo franchise after creator studio Bungie ended their exclusivity deal with Microsoft, and British game devleloper Creative Assembly, responsible for the very many Total War games.

Via Xbox
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Microsoft first pulled back the rotten, diseased curtain of Dark Souls 3 at E3 with a teaser trailer.

It did one better at Gamescome, highlighting the gameplay we can expect from the next miserable death-fest created by From Software.

It looks like a Dark Souls game.

And that is wonderful.

The movement speed seems slightly increased, which is probably an evolution off the studio's most recent game, the fantastic Bloodborne.

It also looks like the giants are back...

Via Xbox
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Five years after Crackdown 2 came to the Xbox 360, Microsoft showed off the long-coming sequel at its Gamescom 2015 press conference Aug. 4.

The short story? You can blow up everything.

All in all the game looks exceedingly similar to the first two, though the presenters did say that the city in which you desperately search for orbs will be brand new. The trailer showed off other differences like an upgradeable car and new gang enemies.

However, the most important thing about the game according to the trailer is the allegedly complete environmental destruction.

Like this building you can just demolish:



If you destroy all the buildings though, won't that just make the orbs harder to collect??

Via Xbox
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Remedy has not released a full game since 2010's Alan Wake and the build up for their next project, Quantum Break has grown since they first revealed it in 2013.

During the Microsoft press conference at Gamescom 2015 in Cologne, Germany, Remedy gave up the ghost on when you can play the odd time-shifting game and a little more about what you can expect.

A full seven minute experience trailer led the Microsoft event and at the end it announced that Quantum Break will see its release on April 5, 2016.

Also, Little Finger from Game of Thrones is in it.