It's Monday again and as per usual here's a few videos that came in while we were away from the screen:
- Mafia 2: 2K Games have sent along a new trailer for their forthcoming prohibition-era action game. The video titled "Boom Boom" is set to the John Lee Hooker song of the same name and features a grand theft auto-esque highlight reel of character dialogue and in-game action. Watch it right here on AusGamers.
Mafia 2 is due for a Spring 2010 release (U.S. Fall) for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
- The Sims 3: Ambitions: EA's mega-hit franchise continues it's relentless time-waster domination with the a second expansion for The Sims 3.
The Sims 3 Ambitions allows players to pursue a variety of exciting paths and careers in their Simsí lives that in turn affect their overall gameplay experience and neighbourhood. While on the job, the player has direct control over their Simsí work and can choose how to spend their days. Players can opt to make house calls and save lives as a doctor or choose the devious route and test experimental medicine on patients be the hero firefighter tackling raging infernos or smashing everything in sight at the victimís home with an axeThe debut trailer features a backing track from pop-punk rock act Rise Against, singing in Simlish, the game's made up gibberish language.
The Sims 3: Ambitions is due on PC in June 2010.
- Dead or Alive: Paradise: Put down your anime love pillows because Tecmo is back with more shameless wobble physics, this time in convenient hand-held form.
Featuring all the DEAD OR ALIVE lovelies, basking in the tropical sun of ĎNew Zack Islandí you will be able to mingle, flirt, play, take snapshots, and challenge the girls in various mini-games found throughout your private island in the best looking PSP game yet.The latest trailers offer in-game footage of Tina, Leifang and Hitomi. Tecmo don't try to hide what this game is really all about either, as you can see from this Spanking the Monkey trailer.
Dead or Alive: Paradise is due on April 2 2010, exclusive for PlayStation Portable.