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GameStop has released two new trailers for Halo 5: Guardians that show off Agent Locke multiplayer armor in action on the battlefield. The armor is a pre-order exclusive at GameStop and will be released under two separate titles, "Hunter-Class Armor" and "Hunter-Class Helmet," respectively. 

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A few weeks ago Ubisoft unveiled Assassin's Creed Chronicles, a trilogy of new 2.5D Assassin's Creed games taking place across China, Russia, and India. Today a new trailer was released for Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China, revealing that the game will launch in North America tomorrow, April 21. Players will take control of Shao Jun, the last remaining Assassin of the Chinese Brotherhood, and seek vengeance in China, 1526, as the Ming dynasty starts to crumble. Click below to check out the trailer!

Yesterday we were informed by our sources that Star Wars: Battlefront would be penned in for a November 17 release date today, and EA delivered. As part of Star Wars Celebration, we got a look first at screenshots from the upcoming game, and now a beautiful, action-packed trailer has been released as well. Our first look at the game in action is a cinematic-fueled experience, but even without gameplay, it's enough to excite any Star Wars fan. Click below to check it out!

Xenoblade Chronicles X is just two weeks away from making its much-anticipated debut in Japan. The spiritual successor to the critically-acclaimed Xenoblade Chronicles on Wii promises to build on the strengths of its predecessor for an even bigger and better adventure. Nintendo has released an introduction video in Japan showing off epic cutscenes, beautiful atmospheres, and action-packed combat. Most of it has seen before in one form or another, but if you're new to Xenoblade or you just want to be reminded of all the great content, click below to check it out!

Even before it launched, Nintendo's track reveals for Mario Kart 8 were pretty strongly focused on fan-pleasing, with beloved tracks like N64 Rainbow Road, Toad's Turnpike, Music Park, and more showing up prominently in pre-release trailers. The first round of DLC didn't go too heavy on the Mario Kart fan-service (unless you're a diehard SNES Rainbow Road fan like me)... but judging by the latest videos of the upcoming DLC Pack 2, that's because they were saving the good stuff for last.

Today Nintendo blew the lid off the second DLC pack, zeroing right in on a couple fan favorites: Baby Park and Ribbon Road. Click inside to check out the trailer and to get a sneak peek at the rest of the contents of the upcoming DLC.

Guitar Hero is back with an all-new look and feel. The newly-announced Guitar Hero Live has a new guitar peripheral with two rows of three buttons and a new perspective that has you facing the crowd and watching them react to your performance, good or bad. There's also a GHTV mode which Activision calls "the world's first playable music video network." Guitar Hero Live is slated to launch this Fall on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Wii U for $99.99. You can check out the announcement trailer and the new guitar by clicking below!

Rock Band is returning this October, and there have been rumblings that Guitar Hero will follow. It looks like those rumblings were correct, as Activision has released a short teaser video featuring a band taking the stage with the tagline "It's about to get real." A full reveal of the new game is expected today. It looks like the old musical rivalry is about to be re-ignited!

Destiny launched last September after years of hype, and Bungie continues to support it and expand the world. The first expansion pack, The Dark Below, launched last December, and a second expansion is on the way. House of Wolves has just received a release date of May 19, and a video prologue has been released to give players a taste of what's to come. Click below to check it out!

Two days ago rumors circulated suggesting that a sequel to 3DS crossover game Project X Zone was on the way, and today Bandai Namco confirmed it. Project X Zone featured over 200 characters from games published by Capcom, Bandai Namco, and SEGA, and the sequel will follow in its footsteps. The announcement trailer for the crossover tactical RPG featured popular characters from franchises like Resident Evil, Tekken, Devil May Cry, Mega Man X, Shinobi, Soul Calibur, and more. You can check it out by clicking below!

Earlier we learned of Team Ninja's involvement in the creation of Square Enix's Dissidia Final Fantasy as an arcade game. Now we have a big batch of screenshots to share with you and a new video as well. There are a couple of images which showcase the difference between the standard arcade board versus the PlayStation 4 technology that they will be using for the game. You can check them out along with some playable characters in action if you read more!

The Monster Hunter series has gained immense popularity in Japan and is starting to gain traction in the West, and now Capcom is looking to take the next step with Monster Hunter Stories. Unlike other Monster Hunter games, Monster Hunter Stories has a more traditional JRPG style. The game is slated to launch exclusively on 3DS in Japan in 2016. An announcement trailer was released, showcasing a different visual style than what we're used to. You can check it out by clicking below!

Recently, in a closed press conference, Square Enix confirmed that Team Ninja – developers of Dead or Alive – are going to be making a Dissidia Final Fantasy game with the core technology from the PlayStation 4. It seems there may be a PS4 release, but for now it's just going to stay a brawler game for people to enjoy in the arcade setting.

Head past the jump for more details.

Bravely Default was a hit RPG on 3DS, and Silicon Studio and Square Enix are looking to capitalize with a sequel. Bravely Second: End Layer is set several years after the original and will feature both familiar faces and new characters. It's less than two weeks away from launching in Japan now, and Square Enix is keeping the hype going with an extensive new trailer. It's all in Japanese, but there's plenty of battle footage as well as character art and fantastic music. Click below to check it out!

Critically acclaimed Wii RPG Xenoblade Chronicles has been ported to New Nintendo 3DS, and yesterday it launched in North America. We've already seen an accolades trailer giving the game high praise, but if you're still on the fence, Nintendo has also released a launch trailer with lots of action and story. If you want another look at the game before you buy it, you can check out the launch trailer (be advised that there are spoilers) by clicking below!

Square Enix has released an avalanche of info on Heavensward, the new expansion for Final Fantasy XIV, and it looks to be a massive update. Heavensward adds nine new areas, each 50% to 100% bigger than existing ones, new quests and jobs, new equipment, new dungeons, and more. Improvements will also be made to existing features to improve gameplay. All in all, there will over 50 hours of new gameplay to experience. Additionally, a trailer and a cinematic sequence were released. You can check out the two videos (spoiler warning) and a full breakdown of all the new content by clicking below!