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If you've followed any news at all about Assassin's Creed Unity, you know it takes place during the French Revolution. However, it looks like there will be more to it. Dubbed "Time Anomaly," the latest trailer shows what appears to be a glitch in the Animus turning Paris from the 18th century into Paris during World War II! We're not sure how big of a role this time-jumping feature will play in the game, but it's certainly a twist. Check it out by clicking below!

Halo 2 Anniversary will launch on November 11 as part of the Master Chief Collection, bringing the classic, beloved game into the modern gaming world with beautifully remastered HD graphics. The team at 343 Industries believe this to be one of the best-looking games ever created, and I'm inclined to agree! A cinematic launch trailer has been released a few weeks early to hype the game up, and you can check it out by clicking below!

A new trailer for the upcoming Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire games has been released. While the audio is in Japanese, it's still entertaining and you can still understand what is going on in the video. The trailer gives a good comparison between the original Game Boy Advance titles and the remakes, as well as showing off some new features such as soaring and trainer horde battles. Only a few short weeks remain until the games release, so we'll have to settle for the trailer for now! Check it out inside!

Bring out your dead, the Witcher is coming. Not before some blood-curdling horse hacking and human killing, of course. The Witcher 3's new trailer would make anyone excited to play the game. Heck, I've never played any games in The Witcher series and I'm hooked from this video alone! Jumping from past to present, the video gives a bit of insight on some of the game's narrative, as well as the vast power that the Witcher's target possesses. 

Head past the jump to see the video and give us your opinion!

Back when Mario Kart 8 DLC was first announced, we knew that a new course based on the beloved Excitebike, for NES, would be added to the game this November. For a while, we had little information to go on besides the initial announcement picture, but Nintendo has come to the rescue of many a fan today by uploading a new trailer to their YouTube channel.

This video features the course, officially titled "Excitebike Arena," in action, and keen viewers will see that there's more than meets the eye in this trailer.

Sony may be scaling back Vita's first-party support, but their handheld has at least one last big exclusive. Japanese gamers have been enjoying Freedom Wars for a few months now, and today the game launched in North America. This is a must have for Vita owners, and you can check out the launch trailer by clicking below.

One of the more recently shown off Pokémon, Diancie, is finally making its way to Pokémon X and Y. The special event Pokémon's distribution begins today and runs until November 16th, just under a week before Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire come out. Surprisingly, this will not be a WiFi distribution, but rather through a retail code. This code can be obtained from participating GameStop stores in the US, EB Games stores in Canada, and GamePlanet stores in Mexico.

Head inside for more and a trailer!

The Xbox One has a few tricks up its sleeve, one of them being the upcoming action title Quantum Break. At this year’s Gamescom, we were treated to a small gameplay video showcasing various gameplay elements. Surfacing now is an extended version of that video alongside commentary by Sam Lake, Creative Director of Remedy, the company behind Quantum Break.

Check out the footage past the jump!

Project CARS, a crowd-funded game from developer Slightly Mad Studios, was initially slated to launch later this year, but has since been pushed back. First it was announced that the Wii U version was delayed until 2015, and then the other versions followed suit. A new trailer for the game has been released, and it ends with a March 20 release date for all platforms except the Wii U version, which will launch later. You can check out the trailer by clicking below!

Indie developer Nexis Games recently unveiled a Minecraft-inspired Wii U exclusive game called UCraft with a targeted Holiday 2014 release date. For those excited about UCraft, we have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that a new trailer has been released, promising sixteen player support, frequent updates, and more. The bad news is that the game has been delayed and is now targeting a quarter two (April-June) 2015 launch. You can check out the new trailer by clicking below!