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We are just hours away from BioWare's Dragon Age: Past, Present, and Future panel at PAX Prime 2015, where the Edmonton-based developer is poised to discuss the current state of the celebrated franchise and show fans both in Seattle and online "a special sneak peek of what's to come." While the contents of this special sneak peek could be anyone's guess, some might already have a fair idea, as a trailer for a new single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition has been leaked ahead of time by EA Spain. Check out the leaked trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser after the jump!

Two days ago Capcom dropped a surprise on fans by announcing the return of Rainbow Mika to Street Fighter. The fan-favorite character appeared just once in Street Fighter Alpha 3, and Capcom has decided to bring her back for Street Fighter V. She's currently playable on the show floor at PAX Prime, and ten minutes of footage has surfaced, showing her in action. Click below to check it out!

Retro-style indie hit Shovel Knight is already a top-notch platforming experience, but it's about to get bigger and better! Developer Yacht Club Games will be launching a free expansion for the game in September, letting players take control of the fan-favorite villain Plague Knight. Yacht Club Games brought the expansion to PAX, and IGN recorded footage of the upcoming content. You can check it out by clicking below!

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain may very well be the last entry in the historic franchise by series creator Hideo Kojima, and he's definitely going out on top. The upcoming open-world tactical espionage game, which shows the transformation of Big Boss from hero into villain, has been pulling in impressive reviews all around, including four perfect reviews from Famitsu. Konami is feeling very confident about the latest Metal Gear adventure, so much so that marketing executive Jon Edwards is guaranteeing it to be the game of the year! You can check out his thoughts below.

One of the most intriguing upcoming indie games is Cuphead, a run and gun platformer designed to look like a 1930s cartoon. This unique game has been in development since 2010, and it's finally scheduled to launch on PC and Xbox One next year. If you haven't seen this game yet, you're missing out! Indie team Studio MDHR (brothers Chad and Jared Moldenhauer) brought the game to PAX, and footage of an intense boss fight has been released. You can check it out by clicking below!

Square Enix and IO Interactive recently unveiled a new self-titled entry in the Hitman franchise, slated to launch digitally on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on December 8th. Details have been somewhat scarce until now, but the game had a huge presence at PAX. A new video has been released showing off fifteen minutes of footage as Agent 47 infiltrates a fashion show to take out a high-profile target. You can check it out by clicking below!

It's been one year since the Mega Man Zero-inspired Azure Striker Gunvolt first launched on the Nintendo 3DS. So, to commemorate this occasion, developer and publisher Inti Creates is launching the title onto the PC today for $14.99! Available through Steam, the PC iteration of Gunvolt isn't just a straight port, as it hosts a number of new features – including a Speedrun Mode and Japanese voiceover – that weren't available in the 3DS original. For the trailer and a complete rundown of what to expect of the PC version, read on after the jump!

Kickstarter success Mighty No. 9 was originally planned to launch early this year, but the game was first delayed until September and then again until next year. The long wait is especially frustrating for the game's Kickstarter backers, as they've been waiting two years. Developer Comcept is aware of the frustration from backers, and they've just announced that an exclusive trial version of the game will be available to backers on September 15th. Hit the jump for details!

Some members of the Disney Infinity team have recently revealed how they choose characters for the games. Jeff Bunker, the VP of art direction at Avalanche Studios, explains that the picking process starts with what the fans want. They hire community leaders to listen to fans, and they "really try to pay attention to what they’re telling us."

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After a long wait, id Software and Bethesda are gearing up to revive the Doom franchise with a new game next year, simply titled DOOM. A big focus of the combat in the upcoming game is "glory kills." These are close quarter combat moves that allow you to enjoy some flashy animations while also racking up in-game bonuses. Bethesda interviewed members of the DOOM team at E3, and they've combined that interview with footage of these glory kills in action. You can check out all the guts and gore by clicking below!

Earlier this month, Larian Studios announced a sequel to Divinity: Original Sin and informed the public that it will be partially funded through Kickstarter. After the Kickstarter went live on August 26, it only took approximately 12 hours for Divinity: Original Sin 2 to meet its $500,000 funding goal. Funding for this project, which is currently in development for PC, will remain open until September 30.

You can check out Larian Studios' response to the news after the jump!

Fable Legends, the upcoming free-to-play co-op take on the Fable series, is headed to Xbox One and Windows 10 devices. If you're looking to pick the game up on PC, you'll want to look for it in the Windows 10 store rather than on Steam. Lionhead social media coordinator Lauran Carter, in reply to a follower on Twitter, has confirmed that the game won't be available on Steam. Windows 10 is free for a limited time, so hopefully this won't limited the game's potential audience.

Metal Gear Solid games, although often containing some very serious messages and moments, are widely known for their bizarre humor as well, and a staple of the series has been using a cardboard box to evade detection. In this spirit, a pair of new commercials for the game from PlayStation Japan depict a wedding in which the bride, groom, and father of the bride are all in cardboard boxes. Because, why not? You can check out these amusing commercials by clicking below!

Unreal and Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski recently unveiled his new game, LawBreakers. Just two days after releasing the story trailer, Boss Key Productions (Bleszinksi's new studio) released a gameplay trailer, showing off some of the unique characters and combat styles in the game.

Additionally, he revealed that LawBreakers (planned to launch sometime next year) will be playable at a free event tomorrow. The event is being held at 128 Belmont Ave East, Seattle, which is just a few minutes away from where PAX Prime is being held. The festivities kick off at 10:00 am Pacific, but if you can't make it out to play the game, you can still enjoy the trailer by clicking below!

The Behemoth is known for creating silly and insanely addictive games such as Castle Crashers and Alien Hominid. However, their latest title, Pit People, looks to be moving away from the side-scrolling beat-em-ups The Behemoth is known for and into the realm of turn-based strategy games.

You can check out a trailer and more details after the jump!