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Dishonored 2, the upcoming sequel to the stealth-action game Dishonored, has a new live action trailer featuring featuring some stellar action footage of Emily Caldwin using her powers against guards and machines alike. The trailer showcases some awesome shots and has Emily herself as the narrator. The trailer clocks in at just about 2 minutes and is well worth the watch.

Check out the trailer after the jump!

Cities: Skylines was a huge hit when it launched last year on Steam. The city simulation game was everything that fans wanted from the genre, but it was missing one aspect that was highly requested: natural disasters. Now, this long-requested feature will make its way to Cities: Skylines through the Natural Disasters expansion. See what's included in the upcoming downloadable content after the jump!

Just over a month after the release of the fan-made Green Hill Paradise Act 2, another impressive 3D Sonic game has emerged from the series' community of fans. As part of Sonic Amateur Games Expo 2016, a new project called Sonic Utopia has been revealed. This open-world game (made almost entirely from scratch) "not only tries to expand on Sonic gameplay in an intuitive way in 3D, but also aims to capture the best of Sonic's style and tie it together in a cohesive experience." Hit the jump for more!

It is almost hard to believe Titanfall 2 is finally launching later this week. It seems like Respawn Entertainment was wowing audiences with their ridiculously awesome E3 gameplay montage only yesterday, and yet here we are showing off the new launch trailer. Aptly titled "Become One," this trailer shows just how important teamwork will be in the upcoming shooter.

Make the jump for more information and the trailer!

Nintendo has been cracking down hard on unauthorized fan games using their IP in recent months, shutting down projects like AM2R: Return of Samus and No Mario's Sky. The most well-known recent case of Nintendo vs. unlicensed fan projects is probably Pokémon Uranium Version, a fan game almost a decade in the making.

Uranium racked up 1.5 million downloads in days after launch, but download links were quickly removed due to the possibility of legal action from Nintendo, and all development on the game officially ceased shortly after. According to the game's creator (who goes by Involuntary Twitch), this is because Nintendo threatened to sue him for "hundreds of thousands of dollars." Hit the jump for the details.

If you ever wanted a glorious figure based on Shovel Knight characters, other than the official Amiibo of course, First 4 Figures has just announced they've obtained the license to create such figures. To celebrate the announcement, the company is giving away one for free through a random drawing. You can enter by following the instructions in the announcement post after the jump!

Pokémon Sun and Moon's demo came out last week, and people with a certain technical know-how have already begun hacking the demo to discover what secrets it holds. While hackers have mostly gone through the demo for datamining purposes, one in particular decided to add a different visual style to the game. YouTube user KazoWAR has uploaded a video of the demo, running in a 3DS emulator with a "no-line" patch that removes the thick black lines on the Pokémon models and causes them to appear more cel-shaded.

You can see what the demo looks like now after the jump!

The wait is almost over for Dragon Ball fans, as Bandai Namco Entertainment will be launching Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 in just two days! With the release date approaching fast, Bandai Namco is still pumping out new promo videos to keep fans hyped. Two more were uploaded recently, showing off Goku's (very unsuccessful) attempt at defeating a pair of villains. You can check out gameplay of Frieza and Cooler battling Goku by clicking below!

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 launches on October 25th, once again giving fans the chance to live out some epic battles with characters from across every iteration of the anime. Developer Bandai Namco Entertainment recently revealed that Hit, the legendary assassin from Universe 6, is coming to the game. The initial reveal didn't show much in the way of gameplay, but Bandai Namco released a new gameplay video today showing Hit battling (or demolishing) Goku. You can check it out by clicking below!

Earlier this week we got word that THQ Nordic's remastering of the original Darksiders game, dubbed Darksiders: Warmastered Edition, might be getting a delay to next month, and now it's been confirmed. Nordic sent out word earlier today that the game is being pushed back to November for all platforms, with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Wii U versions now scheduled to launch on November 22nd, while PC gamers will have to wait until the 29th. Additionally, the Wii U version will only release as a digital download at first, with no word on the physical version's new release date. At this point, we haven't received a reason for the delay, but hopefully it will result in a better game overall.

At E3 this year, Arkane Studios unveiled their latest project: a reimagining of Prey, now taking on the form of a psychological thriller where you'll be confronting hordes of transforming, shadowy creatures. The game is set within an ancient space station, one which Bethesda has opted to give us some more information about in the form of a new trailer. The video reveals an alternate history for the game where alien creatures were discovered aboard a Russian satellite, one which John F. Kennedy—having survived his assassination attempt—later took control of to create "a fully functional R&D facility meant to study non-terrestrials." You can check it all out in the trailer after the jump!

Starcraft II's latest announcer has just been announced, and it's none other than D.Va from Blizzard's Overwatch. The Korean gamer character will be available first for BlizzCon attendees (or those who purchase virtual tickets for the event).

Read more after the jump!

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 launches in less than a week, and developer Bandai Namco Entertainment continues to build hype for the game with new updates. We recently got our first look at Dragon Ball Super's villainous Goku Black in Xenoverse 2, and Bandai Namco unveiled another character today. The powerful and deadly assassin Hit from Universe 6 is joining the fight! You can check out Hit's reveal trailer by clicking below.

Watch Dogs 2 is less than a month away, and while console gamers get to check out the futuristic hacking simulator on schedule, it seems PC gamers will have to wait just a little longer. The PC version of Watch Dogs 2 was just delayed by two weeks. However, as many of us know, a proper PC port requires a lot of effort, and it seems like Ubisoft is definitely aware of this.

Make the jump for more information!

Titanfall attracted over 10 million players, but many of them were unhappy with the lack of a single-player campaign. Respawn Entertainment has heard those criticisms, and Titanfall 2 will include a single-player story when it launches on October 28th. The developer released a new trailer today, showing off the stars of the single-player mode: Jack Cooper, a militia rifleman with aspirations of becoming a Pilot, and a Vanguard class Titan BT-7274. When the Frontier heats up, Jack and BT must combine their abilities and risk everything to survive together against overwhelming odds. Check it out by clicking below!