Film Friday: Sixteen New Trailers (Part One)

The first half of this week's Film Friday has eight flicks from Corpse of Discovery, Gryphon Knight Epic, King's Quest, Legend of Kay, Lost Dimension, No Pineapple Left Behind, Rocket League, and Tinertia.

ZAM's E3 2015 Wrap-up

E3 2015: Rocket League is Buckets of Fun

Cross. Platform. Play. I was ecstatic upon learning that Rocket League at this year's E3 had that capability, even with control differences of a mouse/keyboard and a PS4 controller. The sequel to Supersonic Acrobat Rocket-Powered Battlecars, the team at Psyonix sharpened their skills to deliver Rocket League, a tighter game with a much shorter name. In short, it's soccer (or football, depending where you're at) with cars. The goal: scoring a goal by hitting the ball with your car. There's no announcer screaming out an elongated "goal," and we doubt that there would be any national upsets over team bouts in your living room, so rest assured that when your car scores the winning goal over a heated match of epic proportions, you can sleep soundly at night. 

Film Friday: Four Fresh Flicks

Today's Film Friday is a short one, with trailers coming your way from Evoland 2, Overwatch, Rocket League, and The Witcher 3.

Rocket League: Interview With Thomas Silloway

Rocket League is an upcoming physics-based sports game that will premiere on the PlayStation 4 later this year. We recently had a Q&A with Psyonix's Project Lead, Thomas Silloway, about the game, its features and the upcoming PS4 beta.

For those who didn’t play Rocket League’s predecessor, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle Cars, could you explain what kind of gameplay this title will offer?

"Sure! Rocket League is actually a pretty simple concept: Football (soccer) meets motorsports. All the same rules of traditional soccer apply in Rocket League, of course, except we're using vehicles instead of people -- and each one of those Battle-Cars has a high-powered, supersonic rocket engine strapped to their rear-end.

"Our game is also heavily reliant on realistic physics, which makes position and speed an important factor in how you play. We've also given our vehicles the ability to jump, which allows players to do bicycle kicks with two tons of aluminum and steel. All in all, we think it's pretty cool."

Film Friday #32: Eighteen New Trailers (Part One)

Eighteen New Trailers (Part One)

Grab some popcorn and settle in, today we have eighteen new trailers for you! The first nine videos include Final Fantasy XV, H1Z1, Trine 3, Heroes & Generals, Rocket League, Shiftlings, The Sims 4 Get to Work and GTA Online Heists.