Sony's PlayStation Experience 2016 (PSX) comes to Anaheim California this weekend (Dec 3rd and 4th) as a fan and media event showcasing recently released Sony PlayStation exclusives, upcoming video games and Virtual Reality.
Let It Die is not meant to be taken all that seriously as the mascot of the game 'Uncle Death' rides a skateboard and the developer diaries appearing on YouTube have a late-night talk show feel to them complete with a laugh track.
Something new to the equation is a voice-over from both Corvo and Emily which according to developers was inspired by Daud's character from the original Dishonored DLC.
Seems like a good portion of 2016 were reboots and sequels but October 2016 will offer plenty of new movies to check out coming to theaters with one sequel exception included on our anticipated list!
PlayStation 4 owners will be able to enjoy Lara Croft's adventure as part of the Rise of the Tomb Raider 20th Anniversary Celebration Edition coming Oct 11, 2016.
For Honor offers a chance for gamers to get medieval with harsh battle tactics that are up-close and personal.
NBA 2K17 will be launching September 20 2016 but anxious fans can get their hands on gameplay by playing the NBA 2K17 The Prelude which acts as a preview of the upcoming video game.
We're not sure if every scene from the upcoming video game will look this good as for dialogue sync, background animation and character models but seeing this section featuring Lt. Reyes promoted to Captain is top notch for sure.
Mark Hamill who retired as the voice of The Joker returns again to reprise the part he made famous for years in Batman The Killing Joke which is now available on Blu-ray and DVD (August 2, 2016).
The newest LEGO Star Wars game will feature a mixture of content from The Force Awakens movie and other 'canon-approved' stories set in the same universe.