DjMizuhara is continuing to capture videos from Ninja Blade, which has been released in Japan. The game is planned to be available here at the end of March, but until then enjoy these videos; the second featuring a Hydra on an airplane wing. Update: Images and two long videos added.
Here's a very "better late than never" video, featuring the demo of FromSoftware's Ninja Blade. It was released on the Japanese marketplace a couple of weeks ago, but I haven't been able to capture it until now. The game is a mix of pure action and QTE moments, and it looks and plays pretty good.
FromSoftware's & Microsoft's Ninja Blade is yet to have a official release date in Europe, but it's planned to hit the US at the end of March. I'm not sure if the following images are new, but we didn't have them in our database.
Microsoft and From Software updated the Japanese Ninja Blade official site and I've of course captured all of it: Long version of the TGS trailer, gameplay from the TGS demo and misc gameplay. The framerate issues in the trailer and the TGS demo gameplay are due to the original encoding. Update: The trailer has been replaced by the HD version from the Japanese marketplace.
Again at MS booth, and again a video showing nothing. Here is Ninja Blade. Update: Strangely lefourbe had no problem filming the game at From Software's booth. So here is a much more interesting video.
If using G-Sync didn't make me a believer, losing it certainly did. 120hz w/o any sync is damn jarring after g-sync. (11 minutes ago)
There's yet to be a public demonstration of Freesync that's on the same page as G-Sync though. It's all been on like a 40-60hz range. (14 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Yeah I can understand that. We will have to wait and see how well freesync work first though. (14 minutes ago)
@rayy: I don't believe them. If it's part of the displayport standard, they're probably going to wind up supporting it. They just want to push G-Sync now. (16 minutes ago)
So yeah if freesync works well with AMD and is supported trough all monitors coming we could see Nvidia get forced to support it to, and that could be a win or everyone. (19 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: well Nvidia says that they wont be supporting freesync, but that can change if it is support trough all monitors coming and people demand it. Also depends on how well it works on AMD. (20 minutes ago)
@b0vril: You won't regret it, Spec OPs: The Line is epic! (35 minutes ago)