While hosting the Game Developer's Choice Awards tonight Tim Schafer, Double Fine's fearless leader, debuted the first trailer for the studio's third downloadable title known simply as Trenched. From what's been gathered by watching the trailer, it looks to be a mech combat game in the vein of Chromehounds where a human faction called the Mobile Trench Brigade defends itself from the Monovision, mutated television monstrosities. There looks to be an ample amount of customization for the mechs, but not much else is known at the moment.
Sadly we do not have a copy of the trailer yet, but when it becomes available it will be inserted here in this post. Until then, head to the Trenched website where you can watch it on infinite loop. If you're curious as to what the game looks like, check out the gallery below.
Twisted Pixel just recently sent out some new screens and a video of the upcoming Ms. Splosion Man and it looks pretty "AWOOGA!" to quote the titular character. The game is currently being shown to press at Game Developers Conference and Twisted Pixel will also being showing Ms. Splosion Man and The Gunstringer at PAX East later this month. Catch the screens and gameplay video after the jump. See our previous coverage for more.
Today Zoo Entertainment announced their new on-and-off road racing game, Fireburst. Utilizing Unreal Engine 3 technology the game features 15+ environments, 16+ vehicles including monster trucks and muscle cars, and vehicle customization. Each vehicle is also equipped with a Fireboost ability, the likes of which range from leaving trails of flames which damage trailing vehicles, to an explosive blast which damages nearby ones. The game features four player split screen functionality, and online play for up to eight players. The is set to release this summer and is currently priced at 800MSP. Trailer and screenshots are after the jump.