Trailer Attack: 5th May 2016 – Persona doom strike paragon

Finally we have some Persona 5 release date news. Sadly, it’s a date only for Japan, but I’m guessing E3 is going to tell us none Japanese speaking folks when we can play the game. While we wait, you can watch the trailer below, along with some other games that flashed themselves off on the day that is known as Persona 5 overload.

Persona 5

Persona 5 gets a brand spanking new trailer after it was announced that it will launch for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Japan for 8,800 yen on September 15, 2016. Atlus also mentioned that the game will be at E3 2016, so guessing we will see it during the Sony press conference. Good times ahead.


To celebrate the impending launch of DOOM on 13th May, Bethesda released a new gameplay trailer. Watch the DOOM Marine blast his way through hordes of demons across the plains of Mars and Hell.


Today, Epic Games revealed the next Hero coming to Paragon: GRIM.exe, a ranger that controls a sentry robot who executes his every command. Use his pulse cannon to deal damage to minions and enemy Heroes, slow enemies or knock them back with his shield, or execute his Gyro Targeted Force Orb, his ultimate that hones to a target while passing through objects and non-Hero units. GRIM.exe will be available for players in Paragon Early Access on Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

Infinium Strike

Infinium Strike, the strategy action hybrid from previous members of Ubisoft now forming Codex Worlds, will come to PlayStation 4 in Q3 2016 in addition to the previously announced Xbox One release. The PC version of the Kickstarter-funded title will release on Steam for Windows, Mac and Linux on July 14, 2016. Set in the distant future, a group of aliens known as the Wrog will stop at nothing to annihilate mankind. Players will assume the role of the weapons officer on the Freedom Strike, the battlecarrier that is humanity’s last hope, and will have an arsenal of weapons, spaceships and cutting-edge technologies to defeat the Wrog.

FATED: The Silent Oath

Canadian independent developer Frima Studio today released a behind-the-scenes video for FATED: The Silent Oath, its Norse-themed virtual reality game that launched last month on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. The trailer provides a unique look into the inner workings of the game, and more insight into the development process of new experiences in virtual reality.

Hungry Shark World

Today, Ubisoft announced that Hungry Shark World, the 6th installment in the successful Hungry Shark franchise developed by Future Games of London, is now available on the App Store, Google Play, and the Amazon Store. Following the success of Hungry Shark Evolution, this new installment gives players the hungriest experience yet by introducing three all new immersive locations, from the beautiful beaches of the Pacific Islands to the icy depths of the Arctic Ocean and chaotic Arabian Sea. Each level comes with a wide array of prey and enemies to devour that are unique to each environment.

Oh My Goat Zoo Rescue

CremaGames, the Spanish indie studio that made apps like Instant Buttons and games such as Ridiculous Triathlon, announces its latest game, Oh My Goat Zoo Rescue, which is now available on App Store and Google Play. In this game, the player has to help to rescue the animals from the zoo stolen by an evil character, The Hunter, matching three or more animals of the same type in the same row. The game is available for free in iOS and Android.