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A few days ago, Bandai Namco released a short teaser trailer for a new game, along with the hashtag #PrepareToDine at the end.

The game appears to be quite pleasing aesthetically, with a bloody, hand drawn style in (mostly) black in white.

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Electronic Arts and Motive Studios revealed tons of new information regarding Star Wars Battlefront II. The new game will release on November 17, 2017, for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 with a fleshed out single-player campaign that will be canonical to the Star Wars universe, multiple player classes to choose from, and all eras from the film saga represented in-game with new playable hero characters, ships, locales to visit. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

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Overwatch is one heck of an online shooter, and it's kept its status high in many gamers' minds through the use of special events, as well as a constant stream of new details on the game's world and lore. Those two aspects are about to collide, judging by a new French trailer that's just been leaked, which shows off a bunch of stuff regarding an upcoming player-vs-AI event titled "Insurrection." Set seven years before the events of Overwatch, the event looks to feature a city under attack by Omnics, as well as a number of new skins and other unlockables for multiple characters.

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Outside of the lead-up to major releases of new Pokémon titles, it's rare for brand new Pokémon to get revealed, but that's exactly what's happened, as the Official Pokémon YouTube channel has just officially unveiled Pokémon #802: Marshadow. Not only will it be showing up in the next Pokémon movie, but it's also coming to Pokémon Sun and Moon at a later date, though we don't yet know for certain exactly how we'll be catching it.

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2016 may have been the twentieth anniversary of the Pokémon franchise, but we're still a few months away from the release of the series' twentieth movie. Titled Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!, the film appeared to be a retelling of Ash and Pikachu's first adventures—but a new trailer has changed all of that. Featuring brand new characters and several Pokémon from later generations, it looks like this movie will have a number of surprising twists to it.

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Today on the Official PlayStation Blog, Sony announced that the Jak and Daxter series is coming to the PlayStation 4 as PS2 Classics later this year. The beloved series has been remastered in the past for the PlayStation 3 as part of the Jak and Daxter Collection, but this time they will be releasing as standalone purchases on the PlayStation Store.

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A few days ago, Bungie  officially announced Destiny 2, followed by a teaser trailer and later, finally, an official reveal trailer. Now, I'm a self-professed Destiny mega-fan, so take my frenetic ravings with a grain of salt. But by just looking at the new trailer, it is clear that Destiny 2 will far surpass the original, specifically in the area of the story.

Destiny 2 has also been confirmed for PC and will have a beta in the summer. The game releases September 8th, and you can preorder the game now. Make the jump, watch the trailers, and keep reading.

Atlus is bringing back a fan-favorite Shin Megami Tensei game, Strange Journey, to Nintendo 3DS. Now titled Shin Megami Tensei: Deep Strange Journey, the game is a remake of the DS game and will feature extra content. This includes extra story content with a new character named Alex, who will directly oppose the main character throughout the game.

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Next month, Nintendo will release Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, an enhanced port of Mario Kart 8 with new characters, stages, and gameplay modes, on Nintendo Switch. In the first trailer, we learned of five new characters that will be added to the game: Inkling Girl, Inkling Boy, Bowser Jr., Dry Bones, and King Boo. A few days ago, Nintendo UK published a new overview trailer for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, in which the company announced another new racer, Gold Mario.

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Since their dual unveilings at the House of Blues last year, fans have become more and more familiar with Sonic Mania as its now-Summer 2017 launch approaches, all while SEGA has kept mum on the codenamed Project Sonic 2017. Yesterday, the company finally broke their silence on the next main 3D installment in the franchise during the official Sonic panel at SXSW, dropping a ton of new details at the event and even showing off an exclusive first look at proper gameplay.

See the newly-rechristened Sonic Forces in action for the first time after the jump!

Following its reveal during the 25th anniversary party, Sonic Mania quickly became one of this year's most anticipated platformers for bringing back the retro gameplay older fans have come to know and love. Unfortunately, word comes from SXSW 2017 that eager players will have to wait a bit longer for the classic celebration's launch.

Series director Takashi Iizuka addressed release date concerns for Mania during the official Sonic panel, stating that the game won't meet its predicted Spring 2017 release and has been pushed towards a summer launch window.

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If you're excited for the upcoming reboot of Disney's DuckTales cartoon and are looking for some more 80's nostalgia, then Capcom may have you covered. The company was well known for adapting cartoons from The Disney Afternoon into video games, and some of them are said to be the best NES games of all time. Now, Capcom is giving you another chance to play them with The Disney Afternoon Collection.

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Psyonix VP Jeremy Dunham recently held an interview where he explained why no Rocket League sequel is in the works. Apparently, the company doesn't want to break up the community it has already built and which is still growing, reaching 10.5 million copies sold and 27 million registered users. Dunham explains that the company won't consider releasing a sequel just to add a few new features, favoring updating the current game instead, assuring gamers that "we're in it for the long haul, if they're in it for the long haul."

As if to provide an example of their commitment, the developers over at Psyonix are tackling another popular sport to add to their game Rocket League. Make the jump for more info and for the new mode's reveal trailer!

Hello Games, creator of the somewhat notorious space exploration game No Man's Sky, has added a new update that brings several new elements to the gameplay experience. These include ground vehicles, improved graphics, support for PlayStation 4 Pro, and various new survival-oriented modes.

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It's been a while since we've gotten a new addition to the Mass Effect universe, with the last installment having released back in 2012. Thankfully, Mass Effect: Andromeda finally releases later this month, and EA and BioWare have just given us a flashy launch trailer to keep everyone excited. From the music, to the visuals, to the voice acting, everything about this trailer is enough to get someone excited to dive back into the rich Mass Effect universe. "Now more than ever, we need a Pathfinder."

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