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The excitement around Guitar Hero Live is building after the reveal of ten more tracks. Guitar Hero has been doing "Tracklist Tuesday" on their Facebook page for the past two weeks, gradually revealing which tracks will be in the the new game. This week's tracks will join the 20+ songs revealed so far which include songs by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Black Keys, Judas Priest and Rage Against the Machine.

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night's Kickstarter continues to go strong, and to keep hype up, Iga and his crew have added more stretch goals for backers to hit. A collection of mini stretch goals have been added below the original batch, with every $40,000 above $2.5 million reached adding a new 8-bit song to the soundtrack for classic mode, which unlocked at $2.5 million itself. Anyone who backed (or backs) $60 or more and chose the PC version of the game will now have access to Bloodstained's beta, when it is ready, which will both give Inti Creates a lot of much welcome feedback and allow early access to a fair number of fans.

They also added a castle basement to the stretch goals, and for Wii U owners "we've heard legends about a remarkable treasure hidden in the castle basement..." Details after the jump.

When God of War III initially launched on PlayStation 3 in 2010, people were surprised by the size of the game in terms of disk space. At over 35GB, God of War III was massive, and with mandatory installs for PlayStation 4 games, some people are worried about the size of God of War III Remastered. While the new and improved version of the game is bigger, it's certainly not a mammoth compared to other games. According to the EU PlayStation Store, you'll need a minimum of 42GB of free hard drive space to install the game.

It's been a long wait with a few delays along the way, but Batman: Arkham Knight is just a little over a month away from its June 23rd launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. With millions getting ready to suit up and take on the villains of Gotham, developer Rocksteady has released a new live-action commercial prompting everyday people to "Be the Batman." Click below to check it out!

Now that the new generation of consoles have been out for a year and a half, we're starting to see more fleshed-out lineups of games. Sony in particular seems quite pleased with their current and future titles, as their latest commercial boasts "the best new generation games" only on PlayStation 4, as well as exclusive content for many other games. Click below to check it out!

Last year Sony decided to broadcast its E3 presentation in select movie theaters across the US. Tickets sold out almost immediately, and the event was a huge success. As such, Sony is bringing that strategy back and expanding it. Sony will once again broadcast their E3 presentation, but this time there will be at least one viewing location in every state (including Alaska and Hawaii), as well as three cities in Canada.

Attendees of the event will receiving PlayStation prizes, and following the press conference there will be an exclusive 30 minute post-show hosted by Geoff Keighley. You'll be able to order tickets here on May 27th at 9:00 am Pacific. Click below to check out the announcement trailer!

Warner Bros. announced earlier today that LEGO Dimensions will be getting a dose of expansion packs in the first half of 2016. These packs draw from already-announced collections, such as DC Comics, Back to the Future, and Ninjago. Familiar characters such as Joker, Harley Quinn, Doc Brown, and Aquaman are among those included in these packs. The expansions also include vehicles, abilities, and more! A total of seven of these figures can be brought into a game at once, and these figures can be used in anywhere in the game with no restrictions.

One of the biggest PlayStation 4 launches this year was From Software's Bloodborne. A highly anticipated game, Bloodborne certainly lived up to most fans' expectations, leaving them wanting more. Today's their lucky day, as Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment, confirmed via Twitter that an expansion is in the works. While no details on the expansion itself were given, more information will be coming later this year.

A little over a year ago, Take-Two President Karl Slatoff indicated that Grand Theft Auto V would receive story mode DLC, but so far we've yet to see it. During Take-Two's recent earning's call, CEO and chairman Strauss Zelnick was asked about this, and in turn responded "We haven’t discussed any story-based downloadable content." While we're not sure if story DLC will ever happen, Take-Two Vice President Alan Lewis did comment to confirm that Zelnick misspoke, and that Rockstar had previously mentioned story mode DLC. Hit the jump for the statement.

Special collector's editions of video games are pretty common. Often, these editions come with soundtracks, statues, and art books, among many other physical rewards. However, as a result of the added content, the price is also usually increased, sometimes up to double or triple the amount of the base game. However, such is not the case with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. While The Witcher 3 does have a collector's edition, even the standard edition comes with some nice goodies!

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Last month, Warner Bros. unveiled LEGO Dimensions, a game that combines real-life LEGO building with video game fun. LEGO Dimensions allows players to experience multiple game worlds, including a LEGO version of Back to the Future. In that spirit, Warner Bros. has released a new commercial for the game starring "Doc Brown," Christopher Lloyd himself! Click below to check it out.

Earlier this month, Hajime Tabata, director of the upcoming Final Fantasy XV, announced that a substantial update was coming to Episode Duscae. Though the update was originally scheduled for May, it was announced recently that it would actually be released in early June. This is only an update, however, meaning that only those who already have the demo will be eligible to get it. If you didn't like the demo before, be sure to give the update a try!

Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami set out to put the "horror" back in survival-horror with his new IP, The Evil Within, and the reception has been largely positive. The Evil Within launched last October, but the game is still going strong thanks to DLC updates. The latest addition, The Executioner, launches on May 26 and puts players in the shoes of The Keeper. You can check it out by clicking below!

The weekly hardware and software sales numbers for Japan are in, courtesy of Media Create, and it's been a disappointing week in Japan. The PlayStation 4 version of Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster took the top software spot, but with only 15,913 units sold, and only two other games managed to break 10,000 sales for the week.

Hardware sales were disappointing as well, as every single dedicated game device saw declined sales from the previous week, and no platform managed to break 20,000 sales for the week. It looks like the Japanese market is in desperate need of some new games! Click below to check out the numbers for the week.

In spite of efforts to combat piracy in the gaming industry, many Brazilian electronics companies have recently advertised that they have cracked the PlayStation 4 and can skirt its copy protection. With a one-time payment of between $100 and 150 USD, customers are able to bring in their systems and request up to 10 specific games, downloaded onto their consoles unlawfully.

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