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Bandai Namco announced that their upcoming cooperative online, free-to-play Wii U exclusive formally known as Project Treasure, is now titled Lost Reavers. According to the game’s official website, Lost Reavers will be getting a Beta in Japan over the next few days.

Lost Reavers focuses on cooperative gameplay, where a team of four will venture into temples to hunt down “Relics” and bring them back to the goal. “These Relics are hidden throughout various locations, and many obstacles must be overcome in order to obtain them.” When your team reaches the Relic, one character will carry it out of the temple while the three other members provide cover for one another. Hit the jump to check out the new trailer!

Nobody expects a Spanish Inquisition leak!

We are just hours away from BioWare's Dragon Age: Past, Present, and Future panel at PAX Prime 2015, where the Edmonton-based developer is poised to discuss the current state of the celebrated franchise and show fans both in Seattle and online "a special sneak peek of what's to come." While the contents of this special sneak peek could be anyone's guess, some might already have a fair idea, as a trailer for a new single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition has been leaked ahead of time by EA Spain. Check out the leaked trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser after the jump!

Most of the world is already enjoying Yoshi's Woolly World on Wii U, but North American gamers have to wait until October to play. Nintendo brought the game to PAX Prime, and they also released a new trailer showing off patterned many of the patterned Yoshis in the game and features like Power Badges and transformations. You can check it out by clicking below!

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, a spin-off of the popular series that utilizes Amiibo cards, has been flying off the shelves and topping the charts in Japan. North American gamers have to wait until September 25th to get their hands on it, and it won't launch in Europe until October 2nd, but Nintendo has released a new trailer at PAX Prime to help ease the wait. You can check it out by clicking below!

It's been one year since the Mega Man Zero-inspired Azure Striker Gunvolt first launched on the Nintendo 3DS. So, to commemorate this occasion, developer and publisher Inti Creates is launching the title onto the PC today for $14.99! Available through Steam, the PC iteration of Gunvolt isn't just a straight port, as it hosts a number of new features – including a Speedrun Mode and Japanese voiceover – that weren't available in the 3DS original. For the trailer and a complete rundown of what to expect of the PC version, read on after the jump!

After a long wait, id Software and Bethesda are gearing up to revive the Doom franchise with a new game next year, simply titled DOOM. A big focus of the combat in the upcoming game is "glory kills." These are close quarter combat moves that allow you to enjoy some flashy animations while also racking up in-game bonuses. Bethesda interviewed members of the DOOM team at E3, and they've combined that interview with footage of these glory kills in action. You can check out all the guts and gore by clicking below!

Sin & Punishment is a 3D third person shooter from the Nintendo 64 and was originally released in Japan and China in 2000. However if you did not get a chance to play it on the Nintendo 64 or the Wii Virtual Console, it has now been re-released for the Wii U eShop. Additionally, the game's sequel, Sin & Punishment: Star Successor, was released for the Wii and will also be re-released on the Wii U eShop.

The first game, Sin & Punishment, costs $11.99, while its sequel, Sin & Punishment: Star Successor, is $19.99. Both can be purchased as of August 27th.

Make the jump for the two game's trailers!

Metal Gear Solid games, although often containing some very serious messages and moments, are widely known for their bizarre humor as well, and a staple of the series has been using a cardboard box to evade detection. In this spirit, a pair of new commercials for the game from PlayStation Japan depict a wedding in which the bride, groom, and father of the bride are all in cardboard boxes. Because, why not? You can check out these amusing commercials by clicking below!

Unreal and Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski recently unveiled his new game, LawBreakers. Just two days after releasing the story trailer, Boss Key Productions (Bleszinksi's new studio) released a gameplay trailer, showing off some of the unique characters and combat styles in the game.

Additionally, he revealed that LawBreakers (planned to launch sometime next year) will be playable at a free event tomorrow. The event is being held at 128 Belmont Ave East, Seattle, which is just a few minutes away from where PAX Prime is being held. The festivities kick off at 10:00 am Pacific, but if you can't make it out to play the game, you can still enjoy the trailer by clicking below!

The Behemoth is known for creating silly and insanely addictive games such as Castle Crashers and Alien Hominid. However, their latest title, Pit People, looks to be moving away from the side-scrolling beat-em-ups The Behemoth is known for and into the realm of turn-based strategy games.

You can check out a trailer and more details after the jump!

Retro-style Indie game Shovel Knight from Yacht Club Games has been a huge success so far, and the game's about to get bigger and better. Plague of Shadows, a free expansion in which you play as Plague Knight, was revealed awhile ago, and during Nintendo's recent Nindies@Night event, it was penned in for a September release. Additionally, Yacht Club Games released an exciting new trailer for the upcoming expansion. You can check it out by clicking below!

Platinum Games, a studio renowned for its incredible action games, such as Bayonetta, Mad World, and co-developing the yet to be released Star Fox Zero, is making a Transformers game called "Transformers: Devastation." This game received a new trailer yesterday which shows off intense, fast-paced combat. I can't help but notice the similarities with the Bayonetta games (and that's a good thing), and there even seems to be a time-slowing mechanic akin to Bayonetta's "Witch Time." Transformers: Devastation releases on October 6 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.

Head inside to take a look at the trailer!

Japanese gamers have been enjoying the Dynasty Warriors-style Dragon Quest Heroes for months now, and Western gamers will be able to join them when the game launches in North America and Europe this October. As the name implies, Dragon Quest Heroes brings popular heroes from different games in the series together for one epic adventure. Square Enix has released a new trailer that highlights these familiar warriors and the challenge they face. Click below to check it out!

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will likely be Kojima's last entry in the series, and he's going out on a strong note. The latest epic chapter in the story of Big Boss is pulling in high scores all around, received four perfect review from Famitsu, and is currently the second highest-scoring game in the series on Metacritic. If all of that isn't enough to convince you of its quality, a new accolades trailer has been released, blending action-packed scenes from the game with words of praise from critics. Click below to check it out!

Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono has been teasing some exciting announcements for Street Fighter V, and today one of them dropped! Rainbow Mika, a fan-favorite character who appeared just once in Street Fighter Alpha 3, is back after a seventeen year long absence. The "7-Colored Bomber" is playable at PAX Prime this week, and a trailer has been released to show off her fighting style and looks in the upcoming game. You can check it out by clicking below!