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Bungie's hotly-anticipated space shooter isn't set to release for almost three more weeks, but the the official launch gameplay trailer for Destiny has already been unveiled. Complete with glowing descriptions from reviewers, beautiful scenery, and lots of action, this extended trailer showcases what Destiny will be bringing to the table when it launches on September 9. There are even words of encouragement for the players, as the narrator announces "There are enemies out here you would not believe, but they've never seen anything like you." Check it out by clicking below!

Bloodborne looks to be one of the most exciting upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusives, and it's being developed by the director of Demon Souls and Dark Souls. The whole game has a dark, foreboding atmosphere to it, and that's showcased perfectly in the latest batch of screenshots. Malformed beasts, creepy locations, and grizzly-looking weapons all make an appearance, and you can check it all out by clicking below!

The Madden NFL series has a feature called Madden Ultimate Team mode in which players collect card of current and former NFL stars in order to create the ultimate team. In previous iterations of the series, these cards could be purchased with coins that are racked up simply by playing the game, but this is not the case in Madden NFL 15. For the first time, there will be unlockables (note that these are included on the disk, not as DLC) that can only be purchased with real money, and cannot be unlocked by playing the game. If you want to build the ultimate team, you'll have to shell out some post-purchase cash.

4J Studios, the team currently responsible for adapting Minecraft for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, 4, and Vita, announced via Twitter that their current build of Minecraft for PlayStation 4 has failed to pass Sony certification test. It will need to be tweaked and re-submitted before the game can make it to the PlayStation Store or reach store shelves. They will need to go through the submission process again from scratch, it sounds like, so there may be some delay in the release of Minecraft on PlayStation 4.

Hit the jump to see the announcement.

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are fast approaching their one year anniversary (and Wii U is nearing its second), but so far we're still seeing a lot of support for last generation's consoles. While developers are happy to have newer, more powerful hardware to work with, the last gen install base is still much larger than the current gen one, so there's still a lot of support for the aging consoles. Ubisoft has shown support for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 by making new IP Watch Dogs available on both current and last gen consoles, and they're even releasing Assassin's Creed Rogue as a last gen exclusive. However, this looks to be changing soon. Click below to read on!

Earlier this month, IGN's Jose Otero, Brian Altano, and Steve Lin discussed Nintendo's Wii U console. They examined the problems it has faced, including its lack of titles, how it fares against its main competitors, and where Nintendo went wrong with their marketing.

Find out what they thought after the jump!

Sucker Punch Productions has been a longtime supporter of the PlayStation brand, and was acquired as a first-party studio in 2011. Since then, they've worked exclusively on the Infamous franchise, creating games and DLC. Unfortunately, Sony has announced that layoffs have hit the studio, but they did not disclose how many people lost their jobs or for what reason. The First Light DLC for Infamous: Second Son comes out in a few days, so it's likely that Sony decided to reduce the workforce now that development of the DLC has been completed. First Light will be available for download on August 26.

The Japanese hardware and software sales numbers are in for the past week, and once again Yokai Watch 2 claims the top spot. The phenomenally popular 3DS game (which will be localized next year) has now been number one in Japan for six straight weeks, selling over 2.2 million units in that time. Hyrule Warriors debuted at number two with just under 70,000 sales in its first week. This boosted Wii U sales slightly, but Nintendo's home console still finished third behind 3DS and Vita, the latter of which received a sales boost itself from the launch of the Monster Hunter Frontier G Beginners Package. You can check out the full breakdown of sales after the jump.

We've seen a lot of footage of the futuristic Earth in Destiny, and in the last trailer we got a good look at Mars. Now we're headed towards the other side of the solar system to check out Venus. In Destiny, it's said that "Venus was once the site of a great discovery – a paradise. Now, it is a monument to all that we have lost." Are you excited to explore the galaxy in Destiny? Check out the gameplay after the jump.

Until Dawn was originally announced as a PlayStation 3 title, but the game slipped off the radar for a while and many feared it had been cancelled. Sony shot down those concerns by re-announcing it as a PlayStation 4 game at Gamescom 2014 last week. This survival-horror game stars eight teenagers who spend the night in a cabin in the woods, and your actions throughout the game determine the outcome. Will everyone live? Will everyone die? You decide as you play the game. You can check out footage of the Gamescom demo by clicking below!