Diablo III: Reaper of Souls
There are few studios who know how to put together a better cinematic trailer. The trailer for the expansion of Diablo III was no exception. Blizzard once again delivers.
Shadow of the Beast
One game that appealed to our nostalgia was the announced remake of the classic Psygnosis game, which is coming to PlayStation 4. Our inner child is very happy with this one.
Batman: Arkham Origins
Firefly was announced as another of the villains that'll be chasing Batman around Gotham in this prequel. The trailer isn't too shabby either.
There aren't many games out there as hotly anticipated as Respawn Entertainment's mech-heavy shooter. Not bad considering it's their debut title (though we think their Call of Duty heritage might have something to do with the excitement).
Infamous: Second Son
One just for Sony fans. Voice actor Troy Baker is back in both voice and body. This is one of the few games that really smells of next-gen.
We can't wait to get our hands on Destiny, and we know many of you feel the same way. Bungie's follow up to Halo stands out among the shooter crowd, and for good reason, as you can see in the trailer below.
We got another glimpse of Ubisoft's promising open-world racer this year. If you want to learn more about the garage and the details surrounding the business of racing, then this is the trailer to watch.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2
Grandiose orchestral compositions, beautiful scenery, epic battles, formiddable enemies, heroes that look like they should be in a local goth band, and lots of drama. Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick and tick.
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture
Dear Esther, CryEngine 3, Santa Monica Studios. Doomsday. Elements that automatically causes us to look with interest. Not much was not revealed, but the scene was set and it looks very moody.
Near future-Chicago, flashy effects, good ideas and a big world. Throw PS4-exclusive content into the package and then you have a trailer that will no doubt entice many to become next-gen owners.
While the headlines might have been stolen by Borderlands 2 and Hotline Miami 2 when it comes to PS Vita, we're still super excited to get our hands on the latest offering by Media Molecule, the team behind Little Big Planet.
It might not be Fable IV, on the other hand there is the opportunity to go on an adventure with three friends. We're heading back to a timeo before Fable, and are eagerly waiting for more info on the next adventure in Albion.
Lords of the Fallen
The former head of the Witcher series is in the process of developing a brand new role-playing game. That alone was enough to get us excited, but then we got a look at this trailer.
Premium membership was detailed during the week, but that's not what has us excited about DICE's shooter. Big battles, big guns, big maps. It's going to be big.
Little Big Planet Hub
Play the best of Little Big Planet and LBP 2 for free. Create your own worlds and buy extra and exclusive content along the way. We're excited to see the end result when this digital download lands on PS3.
Killzone: Shadow Fall
Coming for the first time as a launch title on a Sony console, Shadow Fall looks dazzlingly good, and there's more than just rusty brown corridors. It looks like a winner. See the multiplayer trailer here.
Sony delivered a solid presentation, but not everyone was happy. We comment on the Japanese company's Gamescom presentation.
Microsoft held a pre-event before Gamescom really began. We looked at the good and the not so good announcements.
Sports, racing, fights and shooting. EA embraced a wide selection of titles, but lacked a bit of depth and there weren't many surprises in the presentation.
We caught up with Massive Entertainment and had a long talk about Ubisoft's upcoming MMO, The Division, at Gamereactor's booth at Gamescom.
Need for Speed: Rivals
We find out more about Need for Speed: Rivals, and the game's executive producer gave us his thoughts on the state of the racing genre.
We talk to a selection of indie developers and find out more about their games in this hour-long special.
We talk to Avalanche Studios about their upcoming open-world adventure game, as well as what the future holds for the studio.
And that's a wrap. There'll be plenty more exclusive content heading to Gamereactor in the coming days and weeks, so make sure you stay tuned.