This time, another video has surfaced showcasing the car customisations that have been hyped up. Care of GamesHQMedia, the video takes the cars that are available on the GTA 5 official website to show you just what kind of cars you can customise.
Though land travel is pretty standard in GTA 5, there is more than one way to travel in Los Santos. Rockstar Games' massive collection of airplanes, jets, and choppers can be seen online, where you can take your pick for when you finally get in the game.
Check out Elitas Trave in Los Santos, and try to experience and learn as much as you can before you start cruising the streets and the skies when GTA 5 hits September 17.
Ubisoft has released a gameplay vide for Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, this time featuring exploration of underwater caverns, going from roof to roof in a city, and doing assassinations left and right.
Ashraf Ismail, game director, presents the video, wherein Edward Kenway first goes on a detour to explore a cavern, and as the player, you can enjoy the view as well as the research-backed equipment.
Ismail explains that accessing underwater caves, while a fun exploration, can also be a very huge risk, as you don't have access to weapons during this time--and you can't exactly avoid possible enemies.
As you progress in the exploration, you can see that Edward has the ability to see through walls, fight enemies, and take their weapons from them.
"Disarming is another tool that you have as an assassin to steal the enemy's weapon and gain the advantage," said Ismail.
Aside from the stealth moves that you can learn during these explorations, another advantage to undergo these missions is that you can see just how far next-gen technology takes the game, in terms of the scenery. The details alone, from the ocean bed to the very sights of ships and islands from the view of the Caribbean atop a cliff, are something to behold.
There are other areas to explore, particularly the cities and, in the video, you see Havanna, where you can take the heart of Assassin's Creed--lots of free-running, stealth, and assassinations--to the next level. And for those who enjoy shopping for weapns and upgrades, Ubisoft has also created that opportunity.
(Credit to Ubisoft for the image)
Fable: Legends may finally be here
Microsoft has been making a lot of moves in time for Gamescom, and one of the moves that fans would be delighted to learn about is the potential announcement of Fable: Legends.
First teased as a registered domain for FableLegends.com and FableLegends.net back in March, several reports have pointed out that the registration as been updated as recently as August 16.
It is a suspiciously close date to Gamescom, and the timing could not be any better, as it has also been announced that a third-party game will be releasing for free with Microsoft's next-gen console Xbox One.
OXM reports that one of the possibilities for this is that the game may be Lionhead's Fable Massively Multiplayer Online. That would certainly be a great way to introduce the importance of the Xbox One's connectivity options, as well as introduce an exclusive that can still hope to sway a few to Microsoft's side of the battleground.
There is also a chance that the Fable Anniversary version, first teased with a trailer as early as June of this year, may be announced with more details at Gamescom. This is slated to arrive on the Xbox 360, though details have been very scarce at best.