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Up until now, you've had one of two choices when picking a monster in Turtle Rock Studios' futuristic co-operative shooter Evolve. You can either be the hulking Goliath, which uses brute force to batter its enemies to death up close, or the Kraken, a tentacled monstrosity capable of flight and ranged lightning attacks.

Now, a third monster is being introduced to the game: the Wraith. This insectile squid-like character is faster than its brethren, utilising hologram-like copies of itself to disorientate its foes while it snatches away hunters.

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Final Fantasy Type-0 is finally coming to the West next year in the form of an HD port. When it does so, it will apparently be the first ever M-rated Final Fantasy game. The ESRB has not yet rated the game for North America, but a new trailer released by Square Enix shows it sporting the rating for blood, drug reference, suggestive themes, and violence. You can check it out below!

During a recent live stream event, we got new gameplay footage and a new trailer for Final Fantasy XV. The video quality was a little poor, but fear not! Square Enix has uploaded the trailer in higher quality and in English. The long-awaited next chapter in the popular series really looks like it's going to be something special, and you can take a closer look by clicking below!

Two incredible new videos have surfaced of Final Fantasy XV during the livestream from Jump Fiesta with Game Director Hajime Tabata. The first video features a cutscene that introduces the game's first female character, a chief mechanic named Cidney.

The second video gives us a tour of a beautiful town, via a dog roaming the city. Unfortunately, you cannot view the entire game from a dog's perspective; rather, this dog cam was used to show off the town without giving any spoilers. Tabata has also said that this is an old build of the town and that some of the elements are still in development. Click the jump to view the new gameplay footage!

Despite releasing nearly a month ago, the hype for the latest Pokémon games is yet to dwindle out. The Official Pokémon Channel's YouTube account recently uploaded a brand new trailer for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire that focuses on discovering mysterious Mirage Spots and the games' coveted Mega Stones. Make the jump to view the brand new trailer.

The makers of Dead Island have released an interactive YouTube trailer for their next apocalyptic zombie survival game, Dying Light, set to be released January 27, 2015. The trailer plays sort of like a “Choose Your Own Adventure” book, randomly presenting you with two courses of action at a time while you run around a shantytown, frantically climbing up and down buildings and defending yourself from groups of frenzied undead. In the event you make the wrong decision and get...well...eaten alive, you’ll be offered a tip such as, “avoid groups of zombies when you’re unarmed,” and can continue to play through the rest of the trailer.

At a hair over 25 minutes, it’s a pretty long trailer, but an engaging and exciting way to showcase the gameplay. Are you excited for Dying Light? Let us know what you think of the trailer in the comments below!

With The Order: 1886 just over two months away from release, Sony is really starting to ramp up the hype. They've released several trailers recently, and a large portion of the game was playable at the PlayStation Experience. However, their latest method of drawing attention to the game is a very different approach. A YouTube page called "BCO News" was quietly set up about a week ago, and a few hours ago it released a video with a news report detailing the discovery of a monstrous humanoid's skeletal remains. Check it out by clicking below!

There's still a long wait for the full release of Halo 5: Guardians, but you'll be able to get a small taste very soon. The game's multiplayer beta goes live on December 29, but preview members will get even earlier access. If you're a preview member, you can start playing tomorrow. If you're not already pumped, Microsoft has released an exciting new trailer for the beta. Click below for a good look at the future of Halo!

A few days ago, we reported on a rumor that heists in Grand Theft Auto V are coming December 23. Rockstar has since confirmed that heists are actually coming in early 2015. GTA Online producer Imran Sarwar recently gave an interview with IGN talking about the massive delay in releasing heists, as well as details about how the content works. A new trailer for the heist feature has also been recently released. You can head after the jump to read what he to say and to check out the awesome trailer!

WayForward is giving Shantae fans a Christmas present! They announced yesterday through Twitter that the latest title in the franchise, Shantae and the Pirate's Curse, will be finally be releasing on the Wii U eShop on December 25. Officially, the game is set to launch at 12:00 PM EST. Shantae and the Pirate's Curse will sell for $19.99. While you wait, you can check out the official Wii U trailer after the jump!