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In Koei Techmo's eternal quest for making everything into a Warriors game, they have teamed up with Square Enix for a Dragon Quest flavored hack-and-slash. Like Hyrule Warriors, Dragon Quest Heroes is keeping to its title-franchise's art style, keeping closely to the aesthetic of Akira Toriyama that Dragon Quest is so famous for. In the trailer Square released, four of the playable characters were shown off, but knowing these games there will be more to come. It will be released sometime next year in Japan. There's no hint of an international release just yet, but this is only the first announcement.

See the trailer after the jump.

It has been a year since Keiji Inafune and his team started the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter. In their one-year anniversary post, Comcept announced they would be flavoring September, the ninth month of the year, "Mighty Month," and part of this is the launch of the game's beta, which will be available to everyone who backed $80 or more. Most backers should be getting their keys today, according to the post, so keep your eye out for it if you're expecting one. More on Mighty Month after the jump.

Last last year Atlus announced that Persona 5 would be coming to PlayStation 3, but little has been seen since then. It would seem the strong sales of PlayStation 4 have been noticed, as Atlus has now confirmed that the game will also be coming to PlayStation 4. Persona 5 will release in Japan sometime next year, and hopefully a global launch isn't too far behind. A teaser trailer was also released for the game, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Resident Evil: Revelations originally launched as a 3DS exclusive and was later ported in HD to Wii U, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360. Rumors of a sequel have been circulating for some time, and now they've been confirmed. Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is real, and it's coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. Sorry, Nintendo fans, but there's no sign of a Wii U release. The game is tentatively slated for early 2015, and will be playable on PlayStation 4 at Tokyo Game Show. You can catch a short, live-action teaser trailer by clicking below!

The next episode of our weekly news recap is here, and this week's had a ton of incredible stuff to explore. If you're looking to catch up on the last week of news, or just want to chuckle at a new take on some recent announcements, click play and enjoy the latest episode of our show!

As its November release date approaches, Dragon Age: Inquisition is getting some sweet details revealed about its gameplay and weapon/player customization. This newly divulged trailer shows the kick-ass multiplayer battle scenes, as well as the 12 character classes you may choose from. Up to three other players may join you as the hands of the Inquisition — blowing up bad guys and pulling off sick battle combos.

Click the jump to check out the action-packed trailer!

With the amazing success Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, it would only seem natural for Square Enix to remake the second set of games in stunning HD. While the game still has a little while before release, Square Enix released a brand new trailer highlighting the game's additions, proving to be more than just a straight up remake, but rather a remaster. With new bosses, cutscenes, items, keyblades, and more, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX is shaping up to be an even more amazing remaster than its predecessor.

Head inside to watch the video!

With such a big release as Destiny, you might be wondering how developer Bungie intends to handle the inevitable pressure on their servers when Xbox One players across the globe attempt to download the digital version of the game. They have come up with an ingenious solution to combat any server overload on the release date, so that everyone can get playing as soon as possible.

Find out how after the jump!

The Media Create hardware and software number for this week in Japan are in, and (big shocker) Yokai Watch 2 is still dominating the charts, taking number one for the seventh consecutive week. The Last of Us Remastered and Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition hit Japan this week, but their sales combined are still below Yokai Watch 2. At this rate, it's unlikely that any new games will be able to unseat Yokai Watch 2 (which should sell even more when it is localized next year) until Super Smash Bros. for 3DS comes out. You can check out a breakdown of this week's numbers by clicking below.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare looks to mix things up a bit for a fresher experience, including some new multiplayer features. We got a good look at the game's multiplayer during Gamescom, but an official new "Supply Drops" trailer has been released if you're still craving some more Advanced Warfare action. Check it out after the jump!