Gamescom 2019 trailers for Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, One Punch Man, Planet Zoo, Mount & Blade 2 and more

Bandai Namco, Event Horizon Games, TaleWorlds Entertainment, Frontier Developments and Gamigo have released some new trailers for their games. Thus, you can find below the Gamescom 2019 trailers for Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, One Punch Man, Planet Zoo, Mount & Blade 2.

Perhaps the most interesting trailer, at least for me, is the one for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. This new trailer confirms the Cell Saga, and will feature some amazing filler episodes from it. Not only that, but all the iconic moments have been recreated. Father/Son kamehame ha? Check. Gohan’s transformation? Check. Double kamehame ha showdown? Check. Goku’s farewell? Check.

Moreover, TaleWorlds Entertainment announced that Mount & Blade 2 will enter its Early Access Phase in March 2020. Also, you can find below a gameplay video for Spongebob: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated?

Last but not least, I’ve included below a video showing 8 minutes from Final Fantasy 8 Remastered. In case you are wondering, yes; this video features the iconic “Your are the best looking guy here” moment. Well, Squall’s 3D model looks at least fine in this remaster so kudos to Square Enix for addressing this meme.

Enjoy the trailers!

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot - Cell Saga Trailer - PS4/XB1/PC

ONE PUNCH MAN: A HERO NOBODY KNOWS - Gamescom Trailer - PS4/XB1/PC

ONE PIECE Pirate Warriors 4 - Gamescom Trailer - PS4/XB1/NSW/PC

The Dark Pictures Anthology - Introducing Man of Medan

Planet Zoo | Pre-Order Trailer

Code Vein - Demo Announcement Trailer - PS4/XB1/PC

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Early Access Announcement

Dark Envoy Gameplay Gamescom

ArcheAge Unchained Teaser Trailer

「FINAL FANTASY VIII Remastered」プレイムービー

Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated gameplay reveal.

 

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