World of Speed Moscow Racing Trailer (HD) 35.87MB - 42 downloads - 12 September, 2014
This trailer features two team battling it out on the streets of Moscow. Watch as each team member goes after specific in-race objectives and tries to prevent the opposing team from completing theirs. Everything you do in the race counts and you can help your team capture victory even if you're not in first place.
World of Speed gamescom 2014 Team Racing Trailer (HD) 28.12MB - 53 downloads - 11 August, 2014
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Get ready for Team Racing in World of Speed! To win the team race you need to be not only fast, but be smart and cooperate with your teammates!
In this trailer you'll see that teammates and friends will need to cooperate to complete in-race objectives that will determine the winning team in the race. Even if you know you're not going to cross the finish line first that doesn't mean you can't help your time win. By completing the objectives or preventing the opposing team from completing theirs you can help your team capture victory!
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World of Speed Mini Cooper S Trailer (HD) 30.26MB - 80 downloads - 27 June, 2014
The Mini Cooper is a vehicle with quite a history going all the way back to 1961. In fact, the original design of the Mini started in April 1959 with the Mark I Mini but it wasn't until 1961 when they teamed up with John Cooper to create the Cooper.
John Cooper, owner of the Cooper Car Company and designer and builder of Formula One and rally cars, originally wanted to build the Mini Cooper as a performance car capable of competing in a number of racing disciplines. He saw this goal achieved when the Mini Cooper S won the Monte Carlo Rally in 1964, 1965 and 1967.
If you're a fan of the Mini Cooper then you'd probably know that it became exceptionally famous thanks to the 1969 movie, the Italian Job, and its ridiculously over-the-top car chase scene that is arguably one of the best car chases in cinema history.
But times have changed since 1969 and so has the Mini Cooper S. Putting the complete modern redesign of the body style aside, the Cooper S now runs on a 4-Cylinder 16 Valve Twin Scroll Turbo engine with an output of 189 HP and 207 ft/lb of torque. That may not sound like much but given the size of the Mini you'll be able to hit speeds of well over 125MPH. That and the brilliant handling of the car will allow players to be competitive at any location in World of Speed.
Video footage captures the following key aspects of The Keep:
Exploring and puzzle solving -- the caves and dungeons are full of surprises. There will be deadly traps, elaborate mechanisms guarding secret passages, trapdoors and treasures with powerful weapons and supplies.
Real-time combat -- a battle against enemies with a gesture based combat, but swiping the stylus horizontally or diagonally is not enough. Defeating enemies means that you have to break their defences hitting the upper or lower body or focusing on their head. Every enemy requires different strategy and every weapon class offers unique combos.
Rune magic -- utilising touch screen you can rearrange runes on a 5x4 board and then chain them together to cast powerful elemental magic (Fire, Ice or Lightning) with the stylus. Runes are scarce but there are a lot of spells, so be careful to pick the right combinations.
What you can't see in the early alpha footage is the difficulty. The Keep will offer something for newbies in the genre, seasoned adventures and for those who like to tackle with proper challenge - every difficulty level will have a Permadeath option.
Surviving in The Keep won't be easy, but with the help of powerful weapons and armour, gaining strength by using specific skills of the hero and the right combination of magic and a melee combat you will overcome every obstacle and eventually defeat the undefeatable.
The Keep is coming to the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS this summer.
World of Speed Game vs. Reality in Moscow Trailer (HD) 188.32MB - 63 downloads - 28 May, 2014
The trailer features a McLaren 12C as it cruises around the game's never-before-seen Moscow track, with in-game footage spliced together with real racing from the Moscow City Racing 2013 event. See how World of Speed brings real-world locations to life like no other racing game, and even lets players drive through landmarks like Moscow's Red Square, where cars aren't even allowed in real life.