The motion comic formula is still a baffling one. Marvel Knights doesn’t quite commit to really animating something, but offers a way for people to watch, rather than read, their comics. The effect is cool but still altogether unnecessary, and the latest offering from Astonishing X-Men isn’t going to change many minds on it. (more…)
Time to kick off another week of awesome content at Pads & Panels, and we’re doing it with a compilation of trailers that have been posted to our YouTube account over the week. At the top of this week’s post is Metal Gear XX from Atlus. We follow that up with a trio of Marvel videos, a Banjo trailer for Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, an interesting mini-game video for Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, and end with a new Dark Void developer diary on the eve of its release. Enjoy!
All right, all right. The holiday break is over and we need to get back to work. We get it. Thanks for your patience. We’ll be kicking off 2010 will some brand new content and a little contest starting tomorrow. Until then, we’ve got a wealth of new videos for readers this week, thanks in part to the Consumer Electronics Show out in Vegas last week. We kick things off with a Lego Universe trailer, and follow that up with Episode 6 clips for Astonishing X-Men. Capcom also sent us a bunch of new videos for Super Street Fighter IV, Dark Void and Tatsunoko vs. Capcom. Enjoy!
It’s been a few weeks since we last posted an edition of Trailer Madness, and we’ve got a ton of video to catch up on. To start things off, we’ve got the Arkham Asylum sequel trailer that premiered at Spike TV’s video game awards show. We follow that up with a “Battlefield Moments” segment from Battlefield Bad Company 2. Then an interview with Stan Lee about Super Hero Squad Show. After that it’s on to some insanity with some Muscle March gameplay footage. And those are just four of the 20 videos we’ve got this week. Enjoy!
It’s time for edition No. 11 of Trailer Madness, and this week Capcom’s Dark Void has earned the top spot with a cinematic trailer. The publisher also sent a video examining “The Void” in Dark Void. Capcom also released two new Tatsunoko vs Capcom videos, while Marvel sent another Astonishing X-Men behind-the-scenes look our way. We’ve also got a fourth developer diary for James Cameron’s Avatar game. And last, but certainly not least, we’ve embedded a video courtesy of Rockstar for Red Dead Redemption.
Trailer Madness turns 10 today, in a manner of speaking. Lots of exciting new trailers. Capcom released a new Super Street Fighter IV trailer featuring the characters Guy, Cody and Adon. The Beatles: Rock Band has a new holiday commercial. Marvel sent new Astonishing X-Men and Super Hero Squad Show trailers our way. Ubisoft sent a Just Dance video our way, while Delicious Vinyl sent a smattering of DVDJ videos. And Machines Studios finishes things off with a few new bittos videos.
“Guy, Cody and Adon” Super Street Fighter IV Trailer
This week’s installment brings with it not one, but two videos of that super-hyped film and game from James Cameron, Avatar. On the Marvel side of things, we’ve also got a couple of new videos for Astonishing X-Men, and two character profiles for Super Hero Squad Show. Then Warner sent a new LEGO Rock Band TV Spot. There’s an Again trailer from Tecmo, and new Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll and Dark Void videos.
Fans of trailers are in for a treat this week, as the eighth installment of Trailer Madness is absolutely packed with content we’ve uploaded over the course of the week. Marvel takes the top spot again, with a trailer for SIEGE, and also weighs in with a behind-the-scenes look at Astonishing X-Men. For gaming fans, we’ve got one for LEGO Indiana Jones 2, as well as “A Shantotto Ascension” for Final Fantasy XI. Then we’ve got a Dark Void developer diary by way of Capcom, the “Madrid” trailer for EA’s Need for Speed NITRO, COP The Recruit‘s release trailer from Ubisoft, and a slew of new videos for bittos and Dragon Ball Raging Blast. Enjoy the multimedia extravaganza!
The latest edition of Trailer Madness is here! And at the top of this week’s heap of video content are two videos sent our way by Marvel. The first is an Astonishing X-Men music video called “Rise Up,” followed by a promo for MarvelFest NYC 2009. Gamers shouldn’t feel left out, however, as Ubisoft sent a hilarious Rabbids Go Home trailer. We’ve also got a new one for Lego Rock Band and what seems like an endless supply of videos for Dragon Ball Raging Blast and Dragon Ball Attack of the Saiyans.