Hope you've saved room for dessert; we've got a few sweet trailers headed your way.
The weekend has arrived, and so have a new series of trailers.
No need to save the world alone! Bioware revealed that Dragon Age: Inquisition will have up to 4-player co-op. This Just In: Evil triumphs, credits "that group of heroes that couldn't agree on anything for even five minutes" as cause of victory.
Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut is a tactical isometric RPG with an interesting tale behind it. Dragonfall was originally a major expansion for Shadowrun Returns, but has since grown into a stand-alone title. The Director's Cut means a whole new coat of polish and additional content.
If pixelated adventures are your gaming bread 'n' butter, Titan Souls is...your...next breadbasket? In any case, it's a beautiful-looking game with lots of little details. It's difficult to tell if the game's actually any good, but the visuals and atmosphere are on-point.
Next up is Albion Online – and no, no relation to Fable. It's a cross-platform, sandbox MMO with decent Medieval stylings. With premium accounts and gold on the horizon, it's tough not to be skeptical.
It's here: BioShock iOS. For a staggering $14.99 – three times higher than its price on Steam last week – you can dive into a low-res version of the 7-year-old title. A valiant effort, but terribly misguided.
You're at a LAN. Split-screen. You can't resist, so you quickly peek at someone else's screen. We've all been there, right? If you're one of the honorable few who could resist, avert your eyes once more. For those of us with wandering eyes, Screencheat is ready to love us for who we are.
Lastly we have Never Alone, looking as elegant and haunting as ever. It's always a treat to see how this incredibly sentimental title develops.
That's the show for today, folks. Have a great long weekend!
Colt "ShdwFlm" Casey