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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!

Mega Man creator and former Capcom head Keiji Inafune is devoting most of his time to working on Mighty No. 9 right now, but he is also lending a helping hand to the Inti Creates game Azure Striker Gunvolt. While this upcoming 3DS game is its own thing, you can definitely feel the Mega Man influence on it, and a new trailer featuring Keiji Inafune has been released. It's all in Japanese, of course, but you can still get a very good sense of the action via gameplay footage. The video also features a teaser for the upcoming retro-styled corssover game Mighty Gunvolt. Check it all out by clicking below!

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.

We got another good look at PlayStation 4 exclusive Bloodborne at Gamescom last week, and Sony released a new trailer for the game during their press conference. Since then, even more footage has been released in the form of the complete Gamescom 2014 gameplay demo for the game. You can check it out by clicking below!

Destiny is less than a month away from launching now, and the hype is really building up. Over 4.6 million people played the Destiny beta, and the game has become the most pre-ordered new IP in GameStop history. Most of Destiny will take place on a futuristic, apocalyptic Earth, but players will also be able to travel to the Red Planet. You can check out footage of Mars in a new trailer by hitting the jump!

Alright, so perhaps that title is a slight dramatization, but that's basically what's happening here, right? Poor Slowbro, that Shellder just keeps getting more and more of him. Look at those haunting, desperate eyes. I don't know if they're screaming "Help me!" or "Kill me!" but very clearly all is not right with Mega Slowbro. It better be worth it for those stat boosts! Anyway, you can check out the Mega Evolution trailer for Slowbro after the jump, and you'll be able to slaughter him mercilessly Mega Evolve him yourself when Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire launch on November 21!

A few days ago we found out that Audino and Slowbro are receiving Mega Evolutions in Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire. Mega Audino in particular gains the Fairy type in addition to its Normal type, sees boosts to its defense and special defense, and will always have the ability Healer. A new trailer has been released for Mega Audino, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Hyrule Warriors has launched in Japan, but the pre-release goodies are still pouring in for the Western world. The newest tidbit to get you hyped is another character trailer for the evil side. This time, it's the fabulous and deliciously malevolent Demon Lord Ghirahim starring in his own trailer. With enough style, glamour, and sparkles to make David Bowie jealous, this trailer lacks nothing...except mercy. Check out Ghirahim in action after the jump!

We've just got wind that the daring duck Donald will be joining the roster for Disney Infinity 2.0. In his trailer, his cute animated form is revealed. Not only is he cute as hell, but his skills and personality are unique assets to his character. The trailer leans towards the silly side, showing off what the duck can do with horses, enemies, and space ships!

Click the jump to check out the video for yourself!

It's not just all EA news this morning, as Gearbox has chimed in with a new trailer for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. In this newest look at the game, Claptrap serves as the last hope for the dangerous and unpredictable moon of Elpis. Well, okay, not just Claptrap, but his involvement certainly isn't reassuring for the moon! Athena, Wilhelm, Nisha, and Claptrap will all team up to save Elpis in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! when it launches on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in October. You can check out the latest trailer by clicking below.