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Square Enix has recently released a new trailer for their upcoming CGI movie Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, showing off characters such as the protagonist Nyx Ulric, priestess Lunafreya Nox Fleuret, and King Regis Lucis Caelum himself.

See the trailer and some new screenshots after the jump!

Sony has just revealed the lineup of free games that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers on all three of their platforms. PS4 owners will be able to download NBA 2K16 and Gone Home: Console Edition for free, PS3 owners can grab Echochrome and Siren: Blood Curse (Episodes 1-12), and PS Vita owners will get access to God of War: Chains of Olympus and Little Deviants. All of these games will be available for free for PlayStation Plus members in June, so be sure to download them if you're interested!

Earlier this month, Telltale Games announced that Episode 6 of Minecraft: Story Mode would launch in June, though we didn't know specifically when. We now know that the launch date has been set to June 7th. Titled "A Portal to Mystery," Episode 6 sees Jesse and his friends enter a mysterious zombie-filled universe, where they are trapped in a mansion with a few other people. Though these characters are new, Minecraft fans are bound to recognize them as popular YouTubers—Stampy Cat, StacyPlays, DanTDM, LDShadowLady, and CaptainSparklez all join in on the fun! You'll need at least Episode 1 of Minecraft: Story Mode to play the bonus episodes. Episode 6 will be available as an individual download for $4.99, or it can be bought in a pack with Episodes 7 and 8 for $14.99.

Check out the reveal trailer after the jump!

Nintendo has released a new trailer for next month's Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games to showcase what head-to-head multiplayer will look like. Players will be asked to choose sides between Mario and Sonic, and the events and team characters are selected at random. As you complete the events, the participating characters will be eliminated if they lost the previous mini-game. Whichever team is left with the most remaining members at the end wins the game. Between matches, players will also receive bonus cards, each with varying effects, such as suspending a member on the opposite team or improving your team's performance.

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VD-Dev, known for 3DS shooter IronFall: Invasion, has announced Rise: Race the Future with a teaser trailer. The racing game will feature "automotive art" and "advanced air technology," with designs by Anthony Jannarelly, whose Lykan HyperSport you might recognize from Furious 7 and various racing games. Rise is scheduled for a winter release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Android, iOS, Wii U, 3DS, and even Nintendo's NX.

You can watch the trailer after the jump.

Next Friday, international Nintendo 3DS owners will be able to grab ahold of Kirby: Planet Robobot for their handhelds, unleashing the adorable pink terror and his new Robobot armor onto the now hapless invaders mechanizing Pop Star. Kirby's newest adventure is already pulling in an overall positive reception among critics for its action-oriented gameplay and was the top-selling game on a single platform upon its Japanese launch, having sold more than half of its initial shipment.

Nintendo UK released a brand new trailer for the game today, showing more of the Robobot in action. Some may find the music behind the "Robobot Rampage" trailer familiar as it just so happens to be "In the Hall of the Mountain King," by Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg for his 1876 play Peer Gynt.

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Capcom has been updating Street Fighter V since its release in February, adding a new character to the roster each month. In March, Capcom added Alex to the game. April saw the release of Guile. Now, with May coming to a close, the company has released a trailer for the next DLC character, Ibuki. While there's no official word of when Ibuki will actually come out, we can assume that she will make her way into the game before the end of the month. Keep an eye out, Street Fighter V fans. You may see Ibuki make her way into your game either today or tomorrow! Head inside to check out her reveal trailer!

Sloclap—a new Parisian game studio made up of former Ubisoft employees—has unveiled their first project. The game, Absolver, is an "online melee action" title currently in development for PlayStation 4. According to creative lead Pierre Tarno, Absolver will give players "visceral martial arts-style combat in a fantasy world, in which players meet each other seamlessly during their travels." Sloclap revealed the game with a short trailer.

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Developer Cliff Bleszinski left Epic Games after 20 years, and he's gearing up to release his first game with his new team, Boss Key Productions. Launching in 2016, LawBreakers is a free-to-play arena shooter on PC. The game has a variety of character classes with their own strengths, and Boss Key recently kicked off a video series called Killer Verticality to familiarize players with the game's playable characters. The newest video in the series is out, and this time the star is The Vanguard—a fighter that's all about using speed and height advantages to get the job done. You can check it out by clicking below!

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse has been out in Japan for a few months now, leaving fans everywhere else eager for some demon-fighting, JRPG action. While the game isn't quite ready to be released, fans can satisfy their hunger for a new Shin Megami Tensei game by watching the story trailer that Atlus USA uploaded yesterday.

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The popular RPG series Dragon Quest turns 30 years old today, and publisher Square Enix is in celebration mode! As part of the festivities, they have announced that Dragon Quest Builders is coming to North America and Europe. The top-selling spin-off game blends the world and RPG elements of Dragon Quest with block-building mechanics that will make Minecraft fans feel right at home. You'll be able to buy it on PlayStation 4 (in stores) and Vita (digital only) this October. In the meantime, Square Enix has released a new trailer to accompany the localization announcement, and you can check it out by clicking below.

Lots of fans are excited for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, but Bandai Namco has another Dragon Ball game coming out even sooner, at least in Japan. Dragon Ball: Fusions is an upcoming 3DS exclusive that heavily revolves around the fusion ability, allowing you to merge tons of popular characters together into new forms. Bandai Namco has just released an extensive new trailer for the game, showing off a rich cast of characters from Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT (yes, even GT), and Dragon Ball Super, along with tons of new fusions. You can check it out by clicking below!

The not-so-ordinary marketing campaign for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has now moved into live-action trailers, it seems. However, whereas most live-action trailers are just meant as a cool thing to ogle until a gameplay video comes out, this one, dubbed "The Mechanical Apartheid," actually manages to tell a fairly compelling tale of love and segregation. The video opens up on the evolving world, where augmented and normal folks live together harmoniously.

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During Ubisoft's press conference at last year's E3, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands was revealed to the public, promising the largest open world that Ubisoft has ever created. Earlier today, Ubisoft released a brand new trailer for Ghost Recon: Wildlands that showcases the game's open world and gameplay. In Wildlands, you play as a Ghost who is sent on missions to break up cartels and save the people from Santa Blanca's nefarious leader.

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The newest trailer for Kirby: Planet Robobot is here with everything you need to know about the mechanized invasion of Kirby's home planet, Pop Star. This new trailer promises over 25 abilities that Kirby can use to defeat his robotic foes, including the brand new ESP, Doctor, and Poison abilities. The narrator also notes that more than ten of those abilities will be available for use by Kirby's Robobot Armor. The Armor can even be customized with cosmetic stickers that can be placed on its bulging, mechanical biceps.

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