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Each month, Microsoft provides owners of its Xbox Live Gold subscription with a couple of free games for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and the upcoming rewards for August look to be pretty good choices. Xbox One owners will be able to pick up Koei Tecmo's Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate as well as wrestling title WWE 2K16. Xbox 360 seems to be the highlight of the month, however, as owners of that platform will receive indie hit Spelunky, as well as the HD version of the cult classic Beyond Good & Evil. Both of these titles are also available on Xbox One via the backwards compatibility program, though, so all Xbox gamers can enjoy these two hits!

Check out the Games With Gold trailer after the jump!

Rare was known for pumping out high-quality games in the 1990s and early 2000s, but the company's popularity took a big hit when they were bought out by Microsoft. Since then, many of the key developers from Rare have departed from the company to form their own development studio known as Playtonic Games, and their first project is a Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor called Yooka-Laylee.

Yooka-Laylee launches next March, but Kickstarter backers who pitched in £20 or more can try it out early. As of today, those backers can download the Toybox, a self-contained, spoiler-free sandbox designed to give Yooka-Laylee backers a taste of the platforming mechanics set to appear in the final game. Backers at the £35 tier or higher will also have access to an enhanced Toybox Plus, but the base Toybox must be downloaded first. To get your code and dive into Yooka-Laylee, click here and follow the instructions!

Dragon Ball Xenoverse was a smash hit last year, and developer Bandai Namco Entertainment is following it up with a sequel this October. We recently got a good look at the game thanks to a new gameplay video from San Diego Comic-Con, but if you're craving more, Bandai Namco Entertainment has released an exciting and extensive new trailer. There's tons of footage of popular characters in action, epic battles, and iconic moments from the anime and movies re-imagined in video game form. You can check it all out by clicking below!

It's been over a year since Level-5 announced a new multimedia project named The Snack World, but at their Level-5 Vision event this morning, the company finally gave us another look at it. Coming as both a CG anime and a new game for Nintendo 3DS and mobile devices, The Snack World also features special keychains called "Jara" which can interact with the game much like Amiibo do, each one apparently summoning new items and weapons for your characters.

You can check out a new CG trailer, as well footage of the gameplay and these Jara, after the jump!

With only a few weeks until release day for No Man's Sky, Hello Games has been releasing more and more information about the game. The company has been posting a series of trailers titled "Explore", "Fight", "Trade", and now "Survive" to focus on the different aspects of the game. The new "Survive" trailer focuses on the extreme environments one can find in-game. While some worlds will be peaceful and resource-rich, others may be filled with radiation, extremely cold, have a toxic atmosphere, or simply be inhabited by dangerous beasts. The trailer also shows that certain items can be equipped and used to counteract these different effects. No Man's Sky comes out on August 9th for PlayStation 4 and August 12th for PC.

Make the jump to check out this latest trailer, "Survive"!

We're just about ready to enter the month of August, and as always that means we're about to get a new round of games unlocked for Sony fans via the PlayStation Plus program. This time around looks to have some simpler releases on PlayStation 4, as owners of that platform will be receiving Tricky Towers—a Tetris-esque game where the goal is to build up your tower of blocks as much as possible—and space combat RPG Rebel Galaxy. PlayStation 3 is arguably getting the highlight game of the month, as they'll be able to delve into the underworld of Japanese culture with Yakuza 5.

Check out the rest of the rewards, as well as this month's rewards trailer, after the jump!

Update: Someone's gone through and added English subtitles to the trailer. Check it out after the jump!

The Professor Layton franchise is hands-down one of my favorites on the DS/3DS. Using captivating stories and creative, challenging puzzles, these games have provided me with many hours of enjoyment over the years. Earlier today, at the Level-5 Vision event, the developers unveiled the next entry in the Layton franchise, Lady Layton: The Conspiracy of King Millionaire Ariadne. Lady Layton shifts the focus from the Professor himself to his daughter, Catriel Layton, as she searches for her missing father. The gameplay will be right in line with the main entries in the series (sorry, fans of Mystery Room).

Lady Layton: The Conspiracy of King Millionaire Ariadne is set to launch in Japan next spring for 3DS and mobile devices. There is no word of a localization as of yet. Head inside to check out the official announcement trailer, as well as some screenshots and artwork from the game!

Last December brought the depressing news that Project M—the massive modding project that made Super Smash Bros. Brawl play more like Melee, in addition to adding tons of new content—was shutting down. Other modders, however, are still going strong out there, and one of them caught fans' attention at the start of the year by creating a mod to bring Waluigi into Brawl. The modder, marioking64DS, stated at the time that a Project M version of the character would be coming later, and he's kept his promise! That add-on to Project M has just been released, along with a new trailer to celebrate.

Check out the trailer after the jump!

More than a month ago, Bungie revealed the next DLC expansion for Destiny. Named Destiny: Rise of Iron, this final expansion will add a new map, social space, story, enemies, and the usual plethora of weapons and equipment. During the reveal, it was announced that a special black Gjallahorn rocket launcher will be available for preorders, but now preorders will come with a special Gjallahorn themed sparrow for ultra-stylish transportation. The newest trailer for the Gjallahorn sparrow also happens to show off some new emotes, armor, and locations; even if they are nothing new, it's nice to get another look at what we're getting.

Destiny: Rise of Iron will be available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on September 20th for $30. Make the jump for more pictures and to check out the trailer!

Back in 2013, developer Precursor Games (formed from the remnants of the now-defunct Silicon Knights) set out to create a spiritual successor to GameCube psychological horror title Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem. Unfortunately, Shadow of the Eternals failed to achieve Kickstarter funding on two different occasions, and the project was put on hold. The project resurfaced in May, when creator Denis Dyack confirmed that it was still in development.

Since then, Dyack has released another new video via his YouTube channel, The Quantum Tunnel. The video is short, but it shows "Bathory's Castle" in 1942 and references the Ahnenerbe, a secret Nazi research group. The visuals we see are said to be "real-time in-game footage." You can check it out by clicking below.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE has been out for quite some time now, but there is more to it than just the base game. There are also extra DLC costumes and even dungeons. Those dungeons can help a player grind for that much-needed EXP, offer fabulous weapons, or even offer an extra challenge for people who think the base game isn't hard enough by itself (with, of course, great rewards at the end). To make more players aware of the DLC, Nintendo has released a short new trailer showcasing it.

Head inside to view the DLC trailer!

Square Enix has released a new World of Final Fantasy trailer, which also reveals the game's PlayStation 4 Collector's Edition. This version of the game comes with lots of collectibles that fans of the franchise will enjoy, all packed into a special pop-up book collector's box. This unique case has various iconic scenes from the Final Fantasy series brought together using 3D paper cuts. The Collector's Edition also includes an art book, soundtrack CD, mini figures, extra downloadable content, and of course, the game itself. Information on all of these items can be viewed after the jump, in addition to the brand new trailer.

Injustice 2 is the sequel to the DC fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us created by NetherRealm Studios. It was announced in June and will likely feature many of the old classic DC characters from the original game; however, it was just confirmed that the Blue Beetle will be joining as a playable character.

The reveal trailer focuses on Wonder Woman, who is receiving many changes including a more integrated lineup of weapons, and Blue Beetle. Blue Beetle is an all-around character, featuring a balanced mix of ranged and up-close attacks. His abilities include calling up shields, blades, clubs, or an energy cannon from his hands, as well as a set of wings for air maneuverability.

Make the jump for the trailer and more information!

In June, it was confirmed that Sonic the Hedgehog would be crossing over into TT Games' LEGO Dimensions, complete with his own blocky toy. No release date was formally given for his Level Pack at the time, which would also contain toys of the Tornado biplane and his car from Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, but at tonight's Sonic 25th Anniversary Party, fans were given their first look at a LEGOfied Sonic universe.

SEGA's iconic Blue Blur will be dashing through the likes of Gotham City, the Land of Ooo, and the TARDIS—as well as familiar locales such as Green Hill Zone and Emerald Coast—in the fall. Check out the trailer after the jump!

Last month, Takashi Iizuka confirmed that the next major Sonic the Hedgehog game would not see release until 2017, with only Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice to tide fans over until the next year. Tonight's 25th Anniversary party for the franchise revealed Sonic Maniaa 2D retro-inspired Sonic title with Christian Whitehead, Headcannon, and PagodaWest Games at the helm—right when the celebrations began.

However, the night ended with a bang when Project Sonic 2017 was finally shown off to fans at the House of Blues and those watching from home with a brand new reveal trailer. The untitled Sonic game is being developed by Sonic Team themselves, and will be launching in the holiday season of 2017 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and the Nintendo NX.

Check out the reveal trailer after the jump!