Subscribe to the latest updates from the Trailers category

Trailers Archives

"Suck it up." Get it? ...I'm sorry.

One of Nintendo's upcoming 3DS titles is the latest entry in the Kirby series. The newest side-scrolling platforming beat-em-up stars everyone's favorite rotund pink monster as he travels through several worlds to collect Sun Stones. The game features 26 different copy abilities, a 2.5-D style similar to that of the Kirby's Return to Dreamland, and brand new multiplayer modes.

The latest trailer shows some of Kirby's copied powers in action, both new and old. Interesting ones to note include the stone ability that transforms Kirby into a statue, a leaf ability that grows vines in front of Kirby, and the circus ability which creates flaming rings that Kirby can jump through. In addition, we get a glimpse at Kirby's brand new Hypernova ability, a sort of super-powered version of Kirby's signature vacuum-esque suck. It's so powerful, it can even swallow up a train.

Check out the trailer after the jump. Kirby: Triple Deluxe releases on May 2nd in North America, with Europe following on May 16th.

Nintendo aired the Smash Bros. Direct last night, an entire forty-minute stream of nonstop news for the next games in the Super Smash Bros. series. We've filled up nearly four pages of stories just with the information in that one video—but that's a ton of stuff for you guys to look through, so we decided to gather it all up in one easy-to-read index.

Head inside to find everything you'll ever need to know about last night's Smash Bros. Direct!

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and for Nintendo 3DS are coming out later this year, and director Masahiro Sakurai concluded last night's Smash Bros. Direct with a gorgeous little trailer which recaps all of the currently-announced fighters for the next two Smash games.

Of course, at the real end of the Direct we got a surprise announcement that Charizard and Greninja, both from the Pokémon series, will appear on the next Smash roster—but this little promotional video came before the two Pokémon were revealed, and thus excludes them

It's a gorgeous trailer with some wonderful music, so if you've ever enjoyed the Smash Bros. series, head inside and give it a watch!

At the very end of the Nintendo Direct they showed off a new trailer that focused on Charizard coming back as the 28th playable character. While the trailer showed him off being 100% awesome, they also showed a new opponent hiding in the shadows. It was revealed that a new fighter has entered the ring—Greninja, one of the new Pokémon from Pokémon X and Y will be a playable fighter in the next game as well. Charizard will also be able to transform into his Mega Evolution, which will probably be a Final Smash of sorts.

Jump to check out the trailer!

Hey guys! The Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct is set to kick off shortly at 5 P.M. central time. During the Direct, we are supposed to be getting a launch window, as well as more undisclosed information about the titles. Hopefully, we'll get to see some new and returning characters, stages, mechanics, and more!

Want to know where you can watch the Direct? Well, you can watch it right here on Gamnesia! The Direct can be viewed directly above this article; in addition, you can check out the Nintendo Direct hub for the stream and a live chat. What are you guys hoping to see?

Last night, Nintendo revealed a boatload of information about Mario Kart 8, which is supposed to launch next month. There's almost as much news in here as you'd get from a bite-sized Nintendo Direct, so you'll see our full report later today, but in the meantime, you can get a good look at the trailer here at Gamnesia. You'll see new characters, items, courses, and more, along with some extremely welcome surprises in the second half of the video. Head inside to see what all the buzz is about!

In my experiences with games, I have found that I whole-heartily enjoy those with a strong sense of narrative and a unique art style. While I was at the Game Developer’s Conference last week, I got the chance to demo a game called The Last Tinker: City of Colors as well as talk to Abé Dominikthe game’s developer.

Jump in to learn more!

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is an upcoming expansion pack for the action RPG Diablo III. Being released in just a couple of days for Windows, Mac, and even PlayStation 4, Reaper of Souls is raising the brows of many gamers and countless are purely excited for its reckoning.

The new trailer for the expansion released a few days ago underscores new features added, including powerful new abilities and the immersive Adventure Mode. On top of that, the trailer quickly presents the addition of the new Crusader class.

While you might rather read about the new Piranha ability that surely has nothing to do with actual piranhas, you should click on the jump to view the trailer!

The release of Wolfenstein: The New Order is only a few months away, GameNews has released a brand new gameplay trailer. The video has footage of you as William "B.J." Blazkowicz on a Nazi-controlled train. It looks like you will be going undercover as a Nazi soldier to get close to a major antagonist. While on the train, it looks like you serve coffee to Frau Engel, one of the higher ups and her young male companion. Engel then gives you a test with some pictures, and if you fail, you will get shot.

The New Order will be a singe-player only game for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. if you pre-order it, you will gain access to the beta version of the next Doom title. Head past the jump to see the trailer!

One of the most hyped games this year for many people is Ubisoft's Watch Dogs, the open world hacking game that was originally suppose to have come out last year, but was pushed back to this year to make sure the overall game is polished up and ready for the market. If you have been paying attention to a lot of recent releases from Ubisoft, there has been exclusive content for the PlayStation versions of Watch Dogs.

Ubisoft has released a new trailer showing off what kind of content will only be coming to the PlayStation versions of the game. Head inside to check it out!