Monday, December 13, 2010

The Video Game Report - December 13

The V.G.F. Report or Video Game Friday Report is now simply known as The Video Game Report and will show up randomly just like the other features at the Comicpalooza Blog.  For today we have a couple of very cool trailers to show off from upcoming games as well as a bit of news..

The first is the upcoming downloadable title based on the popular series of films, Back To The Future: The Game.  The title will be available soon and released in five episodes.  Check out the trailer below.

Second is the reveal trailer for Mass Effect 3.  I'm still playing part 1 and can't wait to play part 2, but this reveal trailer for the trilogy's conclusion is quite amazing.  It was also revealed that ME3 will have a simultaneous release on Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC.

     The new Mortal Kombat game will hit this April on the PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3.  When it launches it will be available in three different versions: the standard release, a Kollector's Edition, and a Tournament Edition. The Kollector's Edition will include Sub-Zero and Scorpion figurines, an art book, and a downloadable classic costume skin and avatar outfits. The Tournament Edition will be limited to 20,000 copies in North America, and it will include a portable fight stick, in addition to an exclusive downloadable classic costume and avatar outfits.
      In addition to choosing which version's bonuses to get, consumers will also have a choice when it comes to retailer-specific preorder incentives. WBIE announced deals with three retailers that will see customers get playable classic costumes, as well as an original fatality for a specific character. GameStop will give players the classic costume and fatality for Scorpion, with Best Buy claiming the same for Sub-Zero, and Amazon offering those bonuses for Reptile.
Exclusive content is a theme for the latest installment in the long-running fighter. WBIE has also revealed that God of War protagonist Kratos will be a playable character in the PS3 version of the game.  Kratos isn't the only PS3-excluisve planned for the game, as the version of Mortal Kombat for Sony's system will also feature stereoscopic 3D support.

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