This week in video game trailers: Oceanhorn 2, Nintendo Spring Showcase, Shadowgun Legends, God Of War, Dragon Ball Legends


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  • Tuesday, 27 Mar 2018

The latest look at Oceanhorn 2: Knights Of The Lost Realm came from the 2018 Game Developers Conference. — AFP Relaxnews

An impressive in-development preview of mobile adventure Oceanhorn 2 from the Game Developers Conference, a launch trailer for Shadowgun Legends (or, more casually, "mobile Destiny") the God Of War" TV spot, Nintendo's presentation of a dozen exciting indie games, and Dragon Ball Legends for Android and iOS.

God Of War TV Spot
Temper-challenged Ancient Greek god Kratos turns father figure as he takes his young son on a journey through mythological Scandinavia, shooting and slicing their way to the fulfillment of a promise made. Due April 20 on PlayStation 4.

Dragon Ball Legends reveal trailer
Bandai Namco finds a way to bring a simplified but nevertheless authentically portrayed Dragon Ball animated fighting experience to mobile through the power of card-based battling and speedy online networking. On iOS and Android mid-year with applications for the Android closed beta being taken at dble.bn-ent.net/en/cbt.

Nintendo Switch Spring 2018 Nindies Showcase
An 11-minute tour of Nintendo's picks from a selection of independently made games due for release over the next few months, including Pool Panic, Bomb Chicken, Lumines Remaster, and The Banner Saga 3. Other hit vids from Nintendo this week included the Kirby Star Allies launch trailer and Nintendo of Japan's latest friendship-based promo.

Oceanhorn 2: Knights Of The Lost Realm GDC demo trailer
If Nintendo won't bring The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild to mobile, this might be the next best thing, with the inspiration behind a breathtaking Oceanhorn 2 quite obvious – and the game itself a sequel to a predecessor very well received on the basis of its own merits. Shown running on an iPhone 7 Plus and, unfortunately, "far from being finished" according to its developer.

Shadowgun Legends launch trailer
A third entry to the successful Shadowgun franchise, some six years after the second, and one in which players plow through a sci-fi story about alien invasion, take part in co-op missions and raids, battle each other in arena matches, and rub shoulders in a central hub while accruing fame, equipment, and weaponry for their characters. Available on iOS and Android. — AFP Relaxnews
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