The game itself is over and the memes are slowly being sieved out of the halftime show (hello, Katy Perry Wii remote strap), so now it’s time to enjoy the Super Bowl’s final offering of content: the movie trailers.
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This week, game enthusiasts from all over the globe gathered in LA for the annual E3 conference. Video game publishers presented the latest, exciting new developments in the industry and the newest products and titles, many of which were showcased via some seriously impressive teaser trailers. Here are our favourites…
Titanfall is one of the most hotly anticipated next-gen games, potentially even the first killer app for the new Xbox One, and there’s good reason for that. Tonight, we’ve been treated to two new trailers ahead of the game’s March 11th, 2014 release date. At the Spike VGX video game awards show, Respawn Entertainment introduced two more of the game’s titular Titans, the hulking mechanized suits that bring devastating firepower to the battlefield.
Feast your eyes on the Ogre, a slow-moving brawler with heavy arm that can literally rip the arms off an enemy mech, and the Stryder, a far lighter Titan that can nimbly dodge missiles with rapid dash maneuvers and quickly flank foes:
The trailers also introduce Hammond…
Along with the major updates to headline apps such as the iWork and iLife suites, Apple has refreshed some of its other offerings with designs in line with iOS 7. Find My iPhone, iTunes Movie Trailers, and Podcasts have all been updated with new icons and cleaner UIs; the new Podcasts app in particular sees a total overhaul following a slight tweak to the excessively literal visual metaphors found in the original release.
Although Find My iPhone and iTunes Movie Trailers haven’t received any headline new features, Podcasts now supports background downloading in iOS 7, with iCloud keeping your play positions in sync across Apple TV and iTunes. The updates are welcome, but that’s not to say that Apple’s work is over — the Remote app…
Vine is turning into its own art form, and just two months after the short-form video service’s debut, we’ve seen everything from an auteur’s emergence to a film’s release on the new platform. Earlier this week, film advertisers used Vine to promote a teaser trailer for The Wolverine, and now trailer editing house Tokyo has experimented with seven older films to demonstrate what cutting a trailer for the new medium is like. The company edited together six second spots for classic movies, including Jaws, Aliens, and Pulp Fiction, and posted the results to Vine. The six-second format may not give a thorough picture of the film it’s promoting, but Tokyo’s work shows that it can be enough to establish the film’s mood.