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The Daily Verse: Dishonored Debut, Halo Release, GRFS And More

The Daily Verse: Dishonored Debut, Halo Release, GRFS And More

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Hint: The “more” in the title refers to a new Star Trek Trailer and a House of the Dead 4 launch trailer. However, the huge news is, Microsoft has announced the release date for Halo 4, and Bethesda has finally deigned to show us Arkane studios title, Dishonored. Check out press releases and videos for both below, along with all the bonus goodies.

Dishonored Debut Trailer Released
Dishonored casts you as a supernatural assassin driven by revenge. You are the once-trusted bodyguard of the beloved Empress. Framed for her murder, you become an infamous assassin, known only by the disturbing mask that has become your calling card. In a time of uncertainty, when the city is being besieged by plague and ruled by an corrupt government armed with strange technologies, dark forces conspire to bestow upon you abilities beyond those of any common man.

In Dishonored, creatively eliminate your targets with the flexible combat system as you combine the numerous supernatural abilities, weapons and unusual gadgets at your disposal. Pursue your enemies under the cover of darkness or ruthlessly attack them head on with weapons drawn. The outcome of each mission plays out based on the choices you make.

Master Chief Returns with Worldwide Launch of “Halo 4” on 6th November 2012

Marking the return of gaming’s most iconic hero, the first chapter of a brand new “Halo” saga is the year’s most anticipated video game release.

London — 17 April 2012 — The countdown has begun for the landmark entertainment event millions of fans worldwide have been anticipating for more than four years. “Halo 4,” the hotly anticipated sequel to the iconic franchise that has shaped entertainment history, will launch worldwide on 6th November 2012.

“Halo 4” marks the return of legendary hero Master Chief, named by Fast Company as “one of the most popular characters in gaming history,”1 and aims to set a new standard for blockbuster interactive entertainment. Set four years after the events in “Halo 3,” Master Chief returns to confront his destiny and face an ancient evil that threatens the fate of the entire universe. Developed by 343 Industries, “Halo 4” marks a new beginning for the landmark entertainment franchise that has sold more than 40 million games worldwide and inspired multiple New York Times best-selling novels, live-action shorts, comic books, action figures and apparel.

“We are beginning a new saga with ‘Halo 4’ and embarking on a journey that will encompass the next decade of ‘Halo’ games and experiences,” said Phil Spencer, corporate vice president of Microsoft Studios. “Millions of fans worldwide have been eagerly awaiting the opportunity to step back into the boots of Master Chief, and with ‘Halo 4’ leading the charge, we’re confident 2012 will be the most successful year in Xbox history.”

“Halo 3,” the biggest consumer product launch of all time when it released in 2007,2 concluded the original game trilogy, but left many unanswered questions around the fates of the series’ beloved hero, the Master Chief, and his artificial intelligence companion, Cortana. On 6th November, fans will experience the next chapter of the iconic franchise.

Ghost Recon Future Soldier: Multiplayer Walkthrough Video

Star Trek: Teaser Trailer

The House of the Dead 4 Lurches Onto the PlayStation®Network

SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON – April 17, 2012 – SEGA® of America Inc. and SEGA® Europe Ltd. today announced that the previously arcade-only light gun classic, The House of the Dead 4™, is available for download exclusively on the PlayStation®Network. To put your creature-shooting skills to the test from the comfort of your living room, grab a copy from the PlayStation®Store today for $9.99.

Originally released for arcades in 2005, The House of the Dead 4 added a number of new features to the core light gun action players have come to expect from the series, including hidden rooms that contain score-boosting items and interactive sequences that force players to push away grabby enemies. With an HD conversion worthy of the arcades, new trophies to earn, full PlayStation®Move support, and plenty of baddies to shoot, this is one horror story you won’t want to miss taking part in!

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Carlos Chinchilla Originally ran his own site and has covered E3 and other industry events for half a decade. Weird and articulate, you can follow him on Twitter @HunterVenator

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  1. Looking forward to Halo 4 this year. Should hopefully have a fun campaign. I’ve enjoyed the previous ones.

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