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We're back with another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every Monday we pit video games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. With all the excitement surrounding the upcoming release of Batman: Arkham Knight, we want to know which game in the series is your favorite so far. Which Arkham adventure is the best? Click below to cast your vote and join the debate!

Since GTA V's recent release on PC, users have been busy working on a variety of different mods for the game. Adding to the list of other unorthodox mods – killer cats and motorcycle-riding cows, to name a few – YouTube user Merfish has developed a mod that allows players to destroy Los Santos via a giant whale. In the words of Merfish, the mod's star pupil is "Truly a majestic creature." Check out a video of the mod after the jump.

Valve has finally made a U-turn on the whole controversy over paying for Skyrim mods on the Steam Workshop program. Today, they announced that they will be removing the payment feature from the program and refunding anyone who had spent money on a mod. Their partners at game publisher Bethesda Softworks also agreed to this decision.

Read more after the jump!

Since it first launched in 2011, Dota 2's annual summer tournament, The International, quickly made a name for itself. Featuring massive prize pools and a worldwide following, The International has been the sole Valve-sponsored tournament professional Dota players had to look forward to during the year. Starting this fall, however, that will no longer be the case. Valve recently announced "The Dota Major Championships," a series of four annual tournaments that will be held in various venues around the world.

Hit the jump for more details on these tournaments!

A fourth installment in the popular point-and-click horror survival Five Nights at Freddy's series has been announced with a new image posted on creator Scott Cawthon's website. Five Nights at Freddy's 4: The Final Chapter was announced with an image showing the animatronic character Freddy Fazbear holding a top hat featured in an earlier teaser image, with parts of the character's body damaged and deteriorating.

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Mods with price tags on Steam has not been a popular topic since its launch a few days ago, and unpopular opinion, it turns out, is not cheap for a major company like Valve. CEO Gabe Newell took to a Reddit AMA to assuage some of the outrage a couple days ago, and he has expressed his disappointment with the project – as well as acknowledged its failures. The project has been a PR and financial disaster in the few days it has been around, costing the company about $1 million in its first two days and barely making back 1% of it.

See Gabe's comments after the jump. He also seems upset about claims of forum censorship on the subject.

The new Arkham Knight trailer that Rocksteady has been teasing for awhile is finally here, and it's worth the wait! Titled "All Who Follow You," it sees Batman squaring off against Scarecrow's army, but he's not alone. Lots of familiar faces will be fighting alongside Batman, and you can play as all of them with the new Dual Play feature "which will allow players to seamlessly switch between The Dark Knight and his allies including Robin, Nightwing, and Catwoman in FreeFlow Combat." Check it out by clicking below!

Rocksteady co-founder Sefton Hill recently promised that an Arkham Knight trailer which reveals a new feature is on the way. The wait is almost over now, as a short teaser has been released with a two day countdown until the new "All Who Follow You" trailer releases. The teaser gives us a quick look at Catwoman, and you can check it out by clicking below!

As promised, Activision and Treyarch have officially unveiled Call of Duty: Black Ops III today. The rumored November 6 release date and current gen beta have been confirmed in a new reveal trailer that showcases gameplay and sets the tone for the game's story. You can check out screenshots here and the trailer by clicking below!

Activision and Treyarch have been teasing Call of Duty: Black Ops III for a while now, and today we finally get our first look at the game itself. A batch of screenshots has been released for the upcoming shooter (which launches November 6), showcasing spectacular graphics and intense battles. You can check them out by clicking below!

As part of the NicoNico Chokaigi event in Japan, Capcom held a livestream to showcase new footage of Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, the new and improved version of the game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Over 26 minutes of action-packed footage was unveiled, showing Super Nero tackle a mission in Turbo mode, providing a 20% boost in speed to the game. You can check out the footage by clicking below!

So far, all of the entries in the Overlord series by Codemasters have proved to be completely addicting. Codemasters hopes to do the same with the series’ next entry, titled Overlord: Fellowship of Evil. The approach to this game will be different from previous titles, though. Instead of the "evil Pikmin" approach fans are familiar with, Fellowship of Evil is a top-down co-op adventure game. The video inside explains what Codemasters is hoping to achieve with this new concept.

Video after the jump!

Valve CEO Gabe Newell recently discussed the recent controversy over the company's decision to allow modders to sell their mods on the new Steam Workshop program on Reddit. He has said that they are "pretty reluctant to tell any developer that they have to do something or they can't do something. It just goes against our philosophy to be dictatorial."

Read more after the jump!

We're less than a month away now from the launch of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and developer CD Project Red is keeping fans hooked with regular updates. Today we got another new batch of beautiful screenshots, this time ripped straight from gameplay so that the UI is displayed. Level designer Miles Toast posted the images on Twitter and assured fans that most of the HUD can be permanently disabled if players prefer an uncluttered screen. You can catch another look at the upcoming game by clicking below!

Square Enix recently announced that Final Fantasy IV: The After Years will be heading to the PC this May. Originally released as a mobile game in Japan in 2008, the sequel to Final Fantasy IV has had numerous releases since then, including a WiiWare and PlayStation Portable port. The PC edition of Final Fantasy IV: The After Years includes upgraded graphics and a brand new game intro by Square Enix Visual Works. You begin the game with the "Ceodore's Tale" chapter. Completing it unlocks the subsequent chapters which can be played in any order.

You can check out the trailer and screenshots for Final Fantasy IV: The After Years after the jump!