DOOM Eternal Gameplay Trailer

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Gameplay Trailer

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One Punch Man Season 2 Trailer

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SpiderMan E3 2018 Gameplay Trailer

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Gears 5 E3 2018 Trailer

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Gameplay Trailer

With every passing month I get more and more excited for the games that are coming out this year. One of the games at the top of my list, and lets face it most gamer’s lists, is of course Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption 2. This is definitely one of the most anticipated games of the last few years let alone this year. We’ve gotten plenty of glimpses of the game’s cinematics but we have really been wanting to see is actual gameplay footage. Well last week Rockstar finally came through for us and delivered a 6 minute long trailer featuring some amazing looking gameplay footage. Already Red Dead Redemption 2 is looking like it is going to be an instant classic much like it’s predecessor.

DOOM Eternal Gameplay Video

So for those of you that weren’t aware Bethesda announced their sequel to the 2016 hit DOOM at E3 2018. Well a couple days ago they released a 20 minute gameplay video at QuakeCon for the new DOOM Eternal game, and it looks even more intense than any of other games that has come before it. Personally I am a huge fan of the DOOM franchise and really enjoyed the last one that came out. I played it a lot on PS4 and even streamed it quite a bit on our Nerdgasm Needs YouTube channel. The environments and level designs were great, the multiplayer was fun and fast paced, the customization for your multiplayer character was awesome, and judging by this latest video things are only gonna get better!

One Punch Man Season 2 Announcement Trailer

Sometimes I can’t believe how long it takes to get a second season of an anime series. One Punch Man was one of the biggest anime series of 2015, and by the time season 2 comes out it will have been 4 years since the first episode premiered. Still they say all good things come to those who wait and I hope that stands true for season 2 of One Punch Man. That’s right Nerd Nation, we are finally getting a second season and I can’t wait to see what new super powered enemies Saitama, Genos, and all the other heroes will face this time around. Unfortunately for us we still have to wait about 7 more months as One Punch Man Season 2 won’t officially premier until April of 2019…

Cowboy Bebop Movie in US Theaters This August

One of the greatest anime series of all time is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and, coming off of Anime Expo 2018 I’m all about anything anime related right now. Funimation has announced that it will be showing Cowboy Bebop The Movie: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door in the US August 15 – August 16 in select theaters. If you prefer you anime subbed and not dubbed then the August 15th showing is for you. However, if you like the English dubbed version then you should go on August 16th. The film originally opened in Japan all the way back in 2001, and previously screened in the U.S. back in 2002 and 2003. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to see it back then so I’m glad I get a second chance at seeing it on the big screen.

Halo TV Series Starts Production in 2019

It’s been a long time since the plan for a live-action Halo TV series was first announced. 5 years is a long time to wait. In all honesty there was a point where I didn’t think that it was actually going to happen, but here we are with some exciting news. Showtime has officially ordered 10 hour long episodes for the first season, with production set to begin sometime in 2019. The series comes from director Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Kyle Killen (Awake), and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment. There are so many exciting things that could be explored with this series, and I just hope that the people in charge have as much passion for this project as the fans have for the games. 

Ghost of Tsushima E3 2018 Gameplay Trailer

I first heard about Ghost of Tsushima back in December of last year when a teaser trailer was released during Paris Games Week. If you haven’t seen it or want to watch it again, then just Click Here to check it out. Since then I have been super excited to see more of this game and Sony finally came through with an awesome 9 minute gameplay trailer at this year’s E3. Personally I have been waiting for a detailed, open world, Samurai game to come to either consoles or PC for a long time. Ghost of Tsushima looks absolutely beautiful and I think Sony and Sucker Punch (developer) have really figured out the keys to making a game like this great. I can’t wait to battle enemies armed with my katana and code of honor.

Spider-Man E3 2018 Gameplay Trailer

For the last couple of years Sony has been teasing us with this amazing looking Spider-Man game. There is so much anticipation surrounding this game that they couldn’t possibly live up to all the hype…right? Well thankfully for fans it looks like this game is going to deliver on everything that it has promised and more. For those of you that have followed this page over the years, you know that I am a HUGE Spider-Man fan and can be very critical of how the web head is treated at times. However, this game really does look amazing, so much so in fact, that I am going to be upgrading to the PS4 Pro specifically for this game. A lot of people were able to get their hands on the demo at E3 and everyone is raving about it.

Gears 5 E3 2018 Trailer

Microsoft may not have come to E3 2018 with very many NEW exclusive titles for the Xbox One, but they did show up with the ones that mattered. Of course I am talking about the first official trailer for Gears of War 5! Marcus, J.D., Del, and Kait are back and this time looking even more bad ass in all of their Gears armor. The story seems to revolve more around Kait this time with Marcus, J.D., and Del playing more support characters. Best of all Microsoft decided to bring back split sceen co-op which we haven’t seen in a major AAA title in a long time. Personally thing makes me want to play this game even more.