Fincon has released a gameplay trailer for Angel Stone in anticipation of the upcoming beta

Fincon, the developer behind popular RPG Hello Hero, has released a gameplay trailer of its highly anticipated hack and slasher, Angel Stone.

Set in a post-apocalyptic world, Angel Stone sees you fighting alongside the Resistance, humanity’s last line of defence against the all-conquering Legion.

You’ll pick a class out of the melee-focused berserker, shooty gunslinger, or spellcasting shadow mage and work your way through the single player plot in mission mode.

There’s also a couple of multiplayer modes. If you like to play with friends you can do so in the co-op boss raids though there is real-time PVP if you want to fight against them instead.

You’ll collect Angel Stones as you play which unlock new abilities for your chosen character class. Angel Stones are talismans of angels which have died in battle.

Pre-register now at for a chance to play the game in the early access beta.

Angel Stone is all set for a summer 2015 release on iOS and Android.

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Stop everything! You need to watch the karaoke trailer for Office Chair Zombie Attack

In Office Chair Zombie Attack you tilt and twist your device around to line up the crosshairs of your gun and blow zombies to smithereens. The game’s presented in a cartoonish 3D, there are lots of enemies and weapons, and leaderboards to compare your shooting skills with your mates.

Sounds fun!

But the developer – A Small Game – really caught our eye with its 90s karaoke-themed trailer for the title.

It’s brilliant and silly and you have to watch it right now.

Office Chair Zombie Attack comes to iPhone and iPad on the 25th of December.

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With the release of a new trailer, Framed is looking pretty slick

News of Framed surfaced earlier on in the year. The concept of a game in which you rearrange comic panels in realtime to alter the events of a story seemed not only fresh, but I had concerns about how enjoyable or fluid such an experience would be. I think this latest trailer calms those fears. Take a look!

No release date is announced outside of the vague 2014 at the end, but it looks like the time has been spent well, providing an interesting new play style with either a spy or detective thriller. We can’t wait!

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New trailer for Blitz Brigade

Two bits of news have just been released for Gameloft’s upcoming multiplayer FPS, Blitz Brigade. First, there’s a new gameplay trailer, which you can check out at the bottom of the article. Second, the game has been soft released in France.

For those who don’t know what that means, essentially the game has been given a small scale release in a single territory to test how it works and make sure it’s robust enough for a global release. It also means, thanks to some Google Translate magic, we’ve been able to dig up some more info about the game.

It looks like there are going to be five classes to choose from – soldier, gunner, doctor, sniper, and stealth agent (we expect that’ll become secret agent or spy in the English language release) – and two different game modes – deathmatch and ground control.

There are three types of vehicles to drive and pilot, a single player campaign that lets you hone your skills without real people laughing at you, and more than a hundred missions for you to try and complete.

It also looks like the game is going to be freemium, with a currency called diamonds letting you buy new guns and outfits. These come in different bundles, with the cheapest appearing to cost $ 1.99, although it’s hard to say for sure.

There’s still no word on a worldwide release, but with the game already basically out somewhere, we wouldn’t be too surprised if it makes it out globally by the end of the month. In the meantime, check o…

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