Check out the video game trailers that stood out for us on March 8th 2018 with Trailer Watch – featuring Warhammer: Vermintide 2, Another World, Crazy Machines VR and more!

Warhammer: Vermintide II | Launch Trailer

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release Date: Out Now (PC) 2018 (PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

After a very successful first game, players can kill the vicious Skaven thread once more in four player co-operative action with Warhammer: Vermintide II. It’s out today on PC, with a release on consoles coming later in the year.

Another World | Nintendo Switch Trailer

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch
Release Date: Spring 2018

It’s released on just about every platform in existence already, so it’s only fair that Another World hits the Nintendo Switch too. It’s an iconic game (with an intro the frightened the hell out of me when I was kid), so I can’t wait to play it again this Spring.

Another World | ‘The Creative Process’ Trailer

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch
Release Date: Spring 2018

As if the announcement that it was coming to the Nintendo Switch wasn’t enough though, a very interesting developer diary video has been released for Another World too. It’s seriously worth checking out – especially if you’re a fan of the game anyway.

Crazy Machines VR | Announcement Trailer

Platform(s): PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
Release Date: 2018

I love games where you quite literally get to mess around with a bunch of weird contraptions right in front of you, and, as you all probably know, I’m a huge fan of virtual reality. Crazy Machines VR’s blend of both of those things makes for the perfect concoction for me, and it’s coming to all major VR headsets later this year.

Torn | Announcement Trailer

Platform(s): PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
Release Date: 2018

Well, this looks atmospheric. Inspired by the likes of Black Mirror and The Twilight Zone, Torn offers a virtual reality sci-fi mystery for gamers to sink their teeth into. Everything about the game really appeals to me, so I can’t wait to check it out.

1979 Revolution: Black Friday | Consoles Trailer

Platform(s): PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release Date: Spring 2018

Like a lot of games I cover here, I’d never heard of 1979 Revolution: Black Friday before seeing this trailer. The story-driven adventure looks really intriguing, plus it’s based on real events and actually got wrapped up in controversy in Iran – definitely one to keep an eye on.

Semblance | Announcement Trailer

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac
Release Date: 2018

It’s colourful, it’s quirky and it looks like a heck of a lot of fun – what else do you need to know about the vibrant puzzler Semblance? How about that it’s coming soon to the Nintendo Switch, PC and Mac? I think that covers it.

Code of Princess EX | Nintendo Switch Trailer

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch
Release Date: Summer 2018

Nicalis are continuing their trend of absolutely loving the Nintendo Switch and bringing loads of titles to it, with Code of Princess EX the latest release that’s hit the platform. Check out the action RPG in the trailer below!

The Sims Mobile | Launch Trailer

Platform(s): Mobile Devices
Release Date: Out Now

Yes, you can now live your virtual Sim life on the go! I don’t normally cover a lot of mobile games, but The Sims Mobile feels like a pretty big release, right? It’s free to play too, but of course, there are in-app purchases…

World Conqueror X | Launch Trailer

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch
Release Date: Out Now

Nintendo Switch owners can conquer the world from today, thanks to the release of the World War II-set strategy title World Conqueror X. I’m not a big fan of strategy titles myself but I can at least appreciate them, and this looks like it might be another neat release to hit the Nintendo Switch.

Bio Inc.: Redemption | Launch Trailer

Platform(s): PC
Release Date: Out Now

The ‘life vs death’ doctor sim Bio Inc.: Redemption finally leaves Early Access today, bringing with it two full campaigns as well as an all-new multiplayer mode. Fancy trying your hand in the medical business? Check it out!

Note:
Some of these trailers might have been released at an earlier date, but only caught our attention today. If we haven’t covered them in the past and we like ’em though, they’ll feature here.