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“I’m really hurting here,” exclaimed the dashing and courageous Captain James T. Kirk, bruised and bloody on the cold metal floor of the space station, phaser gripped tight in his shaking hand. “That’s the logical result of charging face-first into a fortified turret, you stupid son-of-a-bitch,” I replied in a calm, measured tone. My Spock is a bit of a potty mouth.
If you’re like me, you’ve wanted to actually see what the upcoming Star Trek tie-in plays and looks like. You have to put up with a lot of movie executive blather but there’s a bunch of gameplay on display in this promo clip for the Digital Extremes-developed title.
In case you missed it last time, Warframe is a “cooperative 3rd-person action free-to-play game” from Digital Extremes, the team behind The Darkness II.
Digital Extremes, the studio most recently behind The Darkness II, have unveiled a new third-person shooter called WARFRAME. Their caps, not mine.
The number on rule in Star Trek fiction states that the Federation can’t mess with the development of other planets. Looks to me like that whatever planet Kirk and Spock are on is freakin’ crumbling. Nevertheless, Starfleet’s most famous officers are finally coming back to video games in an new action title developed by Digital Extremes.
Ready for a bit of the ‘ol ultra-violence? Featured here are the grossest, gnarliest and most stomach-churning moments contained in the demo for upcoming video game The Darkness II.
Digital Extremes hasn’t had much luck with our Classification Board. The developer’s Dark Sector had to have dismemberment and decapitation removed before it could be sold here. Now, there are two entries for The Darkness II in the classification database. Does that mean we’re getting a censored version of it too?
The Darkness II is a video game about restrained sex and unrestrained violence. It’s the kind of a game that will show you, through a half-cracked door, the back of a fully-dressed woman giving a man oral sex, but will let you stretch a man, supine, across the length of your TV screen — suspended by the demon arms protruding from your protagonist’s body — and than penetrate one of those arms up into his back and then through his chest, murdering him as he gurgles his last bloody breath.