New WET Video: Weapons Are Everything

My flight to PAX is boarding as we speak, but I wanted to make sure everyone knew that the latest documentary video for WET — Weapons Are Everything — is now available on our YouTube Channel. Like the previous videos, this one includes information from the team at A2M, as well as from Eliza Dushku — the voice of Rubi Malone.

Tune in next week for the last for the final WET video.

Web Roundup: WET

Between press tours and the demo release, there’s new impressions up for WET. We start with Feed Your Console’s latest preview. Here’s an excerpt:

“The demo in total is only about 15 minute in length but it should give you a good idea of what to expect in the game and I can only assume there are plenty more stylish kills and more over the top action sequences. I’m unsure of what the story will entail, but it looks to be one of those games that just ends up being good old fashioned fun. I must admit that now that I’ve had the chance to play, I’m really looking forward to seeing what happens next.”

As you can see above, Joystiq caught up with Pete Hines to discuss the game. Watch the video, or simply read the transcript at their site. You can do either, but I think it’s more fun to see Pete talk about the game.

For more on WET, check out Worth Playing — who have new impressions after playing two hours of the game, as well as an interview with A2M’s Sylvain Awad.

Last but not least, more previews can be found at Planet Xbox 360, Examiner, and 411 Mania.

PAX 09 Details

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PAX is just over a week away! At this year’s show, our lineup will include hourly, live demonstrations of Brink, as well as a chance to go hands-on with our Fall releases — WET and Rogue Warrior. Additionally, we’ll have playable builds of upcoming Xbox Live Arcade titles — Doom II and Quake Arena Arcade. We’ll also have giveaways at the booth, including Brink t-shirts and posters for Rogue Warrior and WET.

If you’re planning on attending PAX, here’s the scheduled hours our booth will be open:

Friday, 9/4: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday, 9/5: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday, 9/6: 10:00am – 6:00pm

If you’re looking to check out Brink, the presentations will start at the top of the hour and begin at 10 am each day. The last demo on Friday begins at 6 pm; on Saturday and Sunday the final demo will be at 5 pm.

For more details on PAX 09, visit the official site. Hope to see you at the show!

WET demo available this week on PSN/Xbox LIVE

A demo of the game is available now on Xbox LIVE and on the PlayStation Store in Europe, and will be available on the PlayStation Store in North America tomorrow. The demo will take you through part of the first level, plus you’ll be able check out Rage Mode and a car-hopping sequence (as seen in screenshots for the game, below)

In other news, check out the next WET video — Sound of Cold Steel — to find out what went into creating the soundtrack for the game. For more videos, head to the official site at wetthegame.com.

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Weekend Update: Todd Howard interview, GamesCom coverage, and more

I hope everyone’s having a glourious weekend. Here’s some news and info I thought I’d share.

G4TV caught up with Todd Howard at QuakeCon last weekend. Above you can watch the interview, as Todd touches on the future of  The Elder Scrolls, Fallout 3 content on PS3, and Zenimax’s recent acquisition of id Software.

A couple of interesting blog posts at Destructoid. They caught up with Emil Pagliarulo (briefly) for a feature they did on “What the armor says.” Meanwhile, Ben PerLee had a chance to play WET this past week. Here’s an excerpt in which he discusses the game’s soundtrack…

“I’ll say it plainly: this soundtrack is really good, and my favorite part of my hands-on with the game. It’sfilthy hot.”

Plenty of news continues to surface for Brink. You can read previews at GamePro, ingame.de (translation courtesy of Google), and TotalPlayStation; as well as new interviews with Paul Wedgwood at Atomic Gamer and QuakeLiveTV (via YouTube).

Also out of QuakeCon, Team Xbox has a new interview for RAGE with Stephan Martiniere. Meanwhile, VG247 has an interview with Todd Hollenshead.

Finally, a new review for Mothership Zeta is up at Console Monster. Here’s a snippet…

“As always with the DLC developed for Fallout 3 by Bethesda, the depth and attention to detail is fantastic. There is a wealth of enjoyment to be had and Bethesda has truly shown the world how DLC should be designed, developed and distributed.”

That’s all for now…now get back to enjoying your weekend.

Quick Update: There’s a new preview up for WET at Games Are Evil.

Around the web — around the world edition

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We’ve got coverage from QuakeCon, GamesCom, San Francisco, Atlantis. You name it, we got it…

Germany has become the center of the gaming world this week — as press and gamers alike flock to GamesCom in Cologne. Above is a picture of our booth — inspired by Brink’s Container City. Find more pictures at  Kotaku, as well as this Splash Damage-endorsed Flickr page.

Press folks have been checking out WET at GamesCom, as well as in New York, San Francisco, and last week at QuakeCon. Read hands-on impressions at Kotaku, Team Xbox and Gamespot. Here’s a look at the Gamespot preview:

“Wet seems to be at its best during the combat sections, which are quick, stylish, and a whole lot of fun to play. The platforming sequences, by contrast, tend to slow the action down a great deal, and we’re hoping there’s more gun-firing and swordplay than ledge-leaping and chasm-jumping in the final version of the game.”

Elsewhere, Game Trailers has a new interview for WET with Pete taken last week at QuakeCon. Hit the jump below to catch it and the latest Fallout 3 news…

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Get WET documentary video

Our first documentary video for WET, appropriately titled ‘Get WET,’ debuted on IGN last night (it’s also available on our YouTube page. The video features several developers from A2M’s team, as well as the voice of Rubi Malone — Eliza Dushku.  Check it out to get the lowdown on the game and learn more about Rubi.

Keep an eye out for the next video — premiering Monday on IGN.