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Spyro Reignited On A Skateboard Looks AMAZING!
More everything! That’s the way it’s all coming together from Gamescom, another huge festival of gaming announcements and Spyro added another updated video trailer to the series of lit teasers we’ve been seeing this year, the reignited skateboard level from Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon.
Fans of Spyro may remember the skateboard level where you got to skate around an arena chasing lizards – I remember the occasional controller thrown against the wall in exasperation, but it was also an absolute favourite.
Check out the new trailer below plus we’ve gone and found a gameplay video of the original level to show you just how far reignited has come since the year 2000.
Mutant Year Zero Release Date Plus New Trailer.
A few months ago the weirdest trailer appeared out of thin air featuring a bi-pedal pig, a duck, and a human who can turn her skin to stone, moving through what appears to be a post-apocalyptic setting. Then in June we got a gameplay trailer reveal that expanded on who those characters are and showed off some RPG-like tactical gameplay scenarios.
Now the latest trailer has landed and it’s 37 seconds of “wtf” that ends with a release date announcement, and by the looks of things it appears that whatever happened inside this world was no accident.
Mutant Year Zero is only available for pre-order at mutantyearzero.com, $35 will get you the standard edition, whilst $55 dollars gets you the Deluxe edition, which includes wallpapers, a digital art book and soundtrack, and a digital copy of the Mutant Year Zero pencil-and-paper RPG the game is based on.
Spiderman Gets A New Trailer
And it features the web-slinger’s greatest adversary. Forget the sinister six, J. Jonah Jameson is Spidey’s biggest pain the ass. The video features Peter Parker’s newspaper editor in a new role at a local radio station presenting propaganda about Spiderman, only to have “your friendly neighbourhood anonymous citizen” call in to argue his point. Whilst the video doesn’t ever give you a shot of JJ, it’s a great creative way of showing off more of Spiderman’s game-play while giving you a sense of personality in the game we’re expecting, especially if you’ve been a fan of Spidey for years.
Spiderman is out for PS4 on September 7.