VGX revealed Witcher 3, Division and other trailers

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So, Darryn told you about the awesomeness that was the new Titanfall trailer shown at Spike’s VGX this weekend. But, as always with Spike’s VGX, there were plenty more where that came from.

First up, we have the new Witcher 3 trailer. That game is still looking absolutely beautiful, and the new scenes of the world and combat have gotten me even more excited to play it. The only problem I had with it was that it was only one minute – we want more!

We also got an entire trailer about the new Snowdrop Engine built for The Division. That game is also looking ridiculously impressive – the realism of lighting and the way objects react in the environment is so realistic. The more I see about this game, the more excited I get. I think this may be the first multiplayer shooter that I get excited about.

Thief 4’s new story trailer makes the game seem ominous, although already seems to give away a plot twist of the story. It also shows how dark the game looks. Literally, that game is gonna be one of those tricky to see what’s going on types.

South Park: The Stick of Truth was delayed until 2014, which certainly made a lot of us sad. However, this new trailer is so very true to the series and what we’d expect from the game. I’m looking forward to this game’s release early next year.

Double Fine showed off their Kickstarter project, Broken Age. It looks like a classic adventure game, with some puzzle solving elements. It looks rather pretty, and they even reveal their secret voice actor, Elijah Wood. The game is looking interesting – I’m intrigued by the story, if not the gameplay.

Last Updated: December 9, 2013

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