Dirty Bomb Gameplay Trailer Looks Like Brink Lite

Watch Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. Splash Damage released the first gameplay footage from their upcoming multiplayer shooter Dirty Bomb. The game resembles a slimmed down, free-to-play version of their 2011 shooter Brink. Like Brink and Splash Damage's Enemy Territory games, Dirty Bomb appears to have character classes. Players are seen using mines, health packs and other special items in the midst of gunfights. Presumably players will have a lot of leeway in customizing these loadouts. The maps in Dirty Bomb are multi-staged and objective-based. One team is seen planting a bomb on a barricade and defending it until it detonates. This allows them to proceed into the lab that the other team is defending.

Watch The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey Online. Dirty Bomb appears to deviate from Brink in one vital way, though: there's no parkour. Brink allowed players to vault over obstacles with a push of a button without losing any speed. It was the most well-executed part of an otherwise bumpy game, so it's too bad that Splash Damage (apparently) hasn't included it in this game. Originally released for the Xbox game console, both Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee and Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath took the series in a brand new direction; specifically in the direction of a third dimension. Both games were also hailed by critics as fun, bizarre takes on the adventure and first-person shooter genre and, later this month, both games will be feeling the love on PlayStation consoles as Wrath makes the leap to Vita and Munch pays a visit to the PlayStation Network.

Watch Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. While Stranger's Wrath hit PSN a few months ago, it's now ready to make a transition to the portable scene as a PlayStation Vita version of the game arrives on Dec. 18 for $14.99. Wrath is a tale of a dark and sinister bounty hunter on a quest for vengeance in the wild west of Oddworld. Your weapon of choice will be a crossbow that shoots critters, actual small animals that behave differently when fired. This latest version of the game will feature new touch controls for the Vita, native screen resolution graphics and the ability to explore Oddworld no matter where you go.

Monolith Productions has updated their action strategy game Guardians Of Middle-Earth with downloadable content inspired by The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. The new DLC allows you to play as Bilbo Baggins or Bert the Troll. Bert wades into battle with an barrel slung over his shoulder. He can hurl it and cause damage to multiple enemies at once. Alternately, he can use it as a sort of flamethrower. What the heck is in that barrel, anyway? Bilbo doesn't have the brawn of Bert. He needs to use his magic ring to slip around unnoticed. He can then perform quick strikes on enemies and hopefully escape before they find him. Guardians of Middle-Earth is a multiplayer online battle arena game in the vein of League of Legends or Dota 2.

Players take on the role of famous heroes and villains from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, including Gandalf, Gollum, Sauron and others. Each team works to destroy their enemy's base while defending their own. You can download Guardians on PSN or Xbox Live Arcade for $15. A Season Pass, also priced at $15, will give you access to 8 playable characters as well as a new game mode. You could also purchase new content individually. Bert and Bilbo cost 160 MS Points, or $2, apiece. Regardless of whether you buy the new characters, you can look forward to some free Hobbit DLC today. The latest update for the game has added a map based on The Shire.