Trailers

Fruit Ninja creators tease new game ‘Colossatron: Massive World Threat’

Gamers will be happy to hear that Halfbrick, the creators of popular iOS titles like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, have a new game coming out. The studio made quite a bit of commotion when it made the announcement yesterday at PAX Australia.

The game is called Colossatron: Massive World Threat, and it's a tower defense-esque title that has you managing a massive robotic snake known as the—you guessed it—Colossatron. And you essentially have one goal: destroy as much stuff as you can...

Official ‘Firefly’ game coming to iOS next year

Fans of FireFly, the cult television series by Joss Whedon, will be happy to hear that an officially licensed social online role-playing game in will be coming to iOS and Android devices next year. Fox Digital Entertainment made the announcement today at the San Diego Comic Con event, and released this trailer...

Deus Ex: The Fall coming to iOS this Thursday

Deus Ex fans will be happy to hear that Square Enix and its development subsidiary Eidos Montreal have just announced that the latest iteration of the popular franchise, 'Deus Ex: The Fall,' will be arriving in the App Store this Thursday, July 11.

The game will launch exclusively on the iPhone and iPad, and its story line will take place after 'Deux Ex: The Icarus Effect' novel, which acted as a prequel to the nanopunk/cyberpunk franchise. And yes, we have a gameplay trailer after the fold...

First full trailer for Ashton Kutcher’s ‘Jobs’ film released

The first official trailer for Ashton Kutcher's 'Jobs' was finally released today, giving the general public its first glimpse at the movie. We saw a snippet of the film earlier this year, when it debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, but it never really made it beyond the tech world.

'Jobs' has had an interesting year thus far. After receiving mixed reviews at Sundance, the film's April release date was canceled and the project was shelved. Then, earlier this month, we learned it would finally be hitting theaters in August. So without further ado, here's your trailer...

Warner Bros posts trailer for upcoming Man of Steel game

Folks looking forward to the upcoming 'Man of Steel' Superman flick will be happy to hear that Warner Bros has just posted the "official mobile game trailer" for its iOS/Android game of the same name.

The trailer is very entertaining, but it doesn't offer up much in terms of details. At a high level, it looks like your typical big budget super hero movie game, with high flying action and a good-vs-bad storyline...

Gameloft posts first teaser trailer for Modern Combat 5

Fans of the popular first-person shooter franchise Modern Combat will be happy to hear that Gameloft has just posted the first teaser trailer for the next iteration of the game, Modern Combat 5.

As you can imagine, the trailer doesn't offer up too many details about the game itself. But it does feature a handful of entertaining action sequences in near-console quality graphics. Enjoy...

Apple updates iTunes Movie Trailers with Fandango integration and improved playback

Apple hasn't done much with iTunes Movie Trailers since it released it in late 2011. The app, much like Flickster, offers up movie previews, reviews, showtimes, and other useful information regarding feature films.

Today, however, it broke its silence and posted a significant update for Trailers. The release, which brings the app to version 1.2.3, includes several improvements like Fandango integration, better playback, and more...

Apple inexplicably pulling movie trailer downloads

A movie buff like myself has always been a big fan of Apple's QuickTime movie trailers web site. I've especially enjoyed the ability to download my favorite trailers in their full-resolution 1080p glory, useful for times when I'm without or on a slow Internet connection.

Unfortunately - and in a rather surprising move - Apple seems to have started removing the download option from both past and upcoming submissions. Worse, the company appears to have effectively eliminated 1080p trailer availability, meaning people accessing the QuickTime movie trailers web site from their computer can now only stream those videos in either 480p or 720p...