The exhibition itself was already closed, but we could not sign it without showing you some more trailers that impressed us very much
The leading European gaming show, Gamescom, has been very productive this year and has provided us with more than just the launch of Skylake's new processors. Intel, But also stacks of new information and documentation for the most interesting titles in the area, in scope and level that would not embarrass even the biggest competitor E3 (Held two months ago). We have already told you about many of those videos and fresh details, but the sheet is too short to contain everything - so we will use this stage to show you some more great videos and trailers that winked at us, and have not yet received the respect they deserve. pleasant viewing!
Star Wars: Battlefront
The third episode of the Battlefront series continues to take shape as one of the most impressive games in the area, and even won the 'Best Game at Gamescom' award from the exhibitors, thanks to the unveiling of a new online game mode where the emphasis is solely on aerial combat. True graphics is not the main thing in the game, but it certainly helps a lot, as these videos prove.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands
We already know that there is often a big difference between a gameplay and a pre-made video that is only meant to be a gameplay character, so despite the strong initial impression left on us by the new game in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon series, until we see actual gameplay we will have a hard time fully convinced . We don't have a real gameplay video yet, but we did get a new video that gives some background about Wildlands from the people who develop it - and also gives here and there moments of what looks like gameplay, and looks impressive.
Need for Speed
EA's veteran racing series looks great after a welcome two-year hiatus, with a movie-like plot and open-world gameplay reminiscent of the forgotten underground and most wanted titles of yesteryear. These were not necessarily the best games in this series, but they did give it a uniqueness that has been sorely lacking in recent years, when it seems that Need for Speed Mostly trying to emulate Burnout or Forza, intermittently.
It will be very interesting to see if the new episode brings back the brandNeed for Speed To be a commercial success - and especially whether later on it will be decided to adopt the 'game once every two years' model or return to the old annual tactics.
What happens when the developer of some of the biggest, deepest and most authentic strategy games on the market decides to turn her attention to the 'last frontier' of deep space, rather than to Earth's history? The answer is Stellaris, a new game that comes to us from Paradox Development Studios who created the addictive Crusader Kings and Europa Universalis - and promise that the fresh title is the biggest and most ambitious they have ever created.
The world of space games has flourished recently, and it will be very interesting to see how Stellaris fits in with all the equally ambitious competitors - even though we currently have almost no information about it.
Gearbox decided to join the booming MOBA genre thanks to titles like League of Legends and Dota 2, and do so in style based on its strongest brand - and so was born Battleborn, which feels and looks like Borderlands online with strong elements of competitiveness.
Battleborn was announced earlier, but at Gamescom 2015 it looks much more sleek and interesting than ever before - as will help explain the endearing humorous video below.
Rainbow Six: Siege
Another Ubisoft game that looks great. Unlike the Ghost Recon Wildlands we talked about a few paragraphs ago, which takes the brand in a whole new direction, Siege feels like a true classic Rainbow Six game - plus a fresh look and modern application that should help it become an online hit in the spirit of Call of Duty and Counter Strike Global Offensive . Not sure it will work, but if you have a lot of free time Feel free to watch the documentation of a three-hour game (!) It was organized UviSoft As part of the Gamescom exhibition and decide for yourself.
For dessert - what happens when a platformer decides to adopt the look of the classic Walt Cartoons Disney, From the 30s and 40s of the last century? The answer is Cuphead, and one has to see to understand how awesome it is.
The gameplay itself does not even look so impressive, but hey - with such a nostalgic and so special visual style, it probably really can not be mistaken.
Which are the games that impressed you the most at Gamescom 2015? We would love to hear your opinion in the comments.
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