Blizzard’s 20 Year Anniversary Retrospective (via Blizzard)
Direct Feed of Next Generation Unreal Engine 3 Tech Demo (see below)
- Was shown at GDC
- Features DirectX 11 features like tessellation
Marvel vs Capcom 3 Characters Will Cost $5 a Pop (media below)
- Shuma Gorath & Jill Valentine will be available on PSN and Xbox Live! Marketplace on March 15
Next Generation Unreal Engine 3 Tech Demo
Jill Valentine MvC3 Reveal
Shuma Gorath MvC3 Reveal
Shadows of the Damned GDC 2011 Trailer
That 20 minute Blizzard retrospective is more than worth your time if you have any interest in Blizzard. Lots of neat trivia about the company and its humble beginnings.
The Marvel vs Capcom 3 DLC characters cost $5 each which I believe is way too much. No matter how I try to justify it, $5 is too much for each. Hell, even $5 for both is too much, in my opinion. Ignoring the fact that they chose the silly and boring Resident Evil 5 version of Jill Valentine, these are characters who should have been in the game from the get go. It’s like charging extra for chess pieces. They can charge for stages, costumes, but not characters. That’s just too much.
Next, I’d like to direct your attention to the Shadows of the Damned trailer. This is the first trailer from that Grasshopper Manufacture + EA game which actually piqued my interest. Disturbing and unorthodox imagery mixed with a talking skull and wacky music. That’s an attention getter. I’m officially interested now.