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PAX Prime 2014 is turning out to be a treasure trove of Mighty No. 9 goodness! In addition to the Mighty No. 9 beta announcement and the Military Base footage, Keiji Inafune and his team at Comcept have released a new trailer for the Mega Man spiritual successor. Much like its predecessors, Mighty No. 9 will feature eight main enemy robots, each with their own unique stage. This new trailer gives us a good look at some of the level diversity, with stages ranging from an under-construction skyscraper to a moving, rain-pelted train top. Check it all out after the jump!

Dead or Alive is finally returning to our screens, according to an announcement made by Koei Tecmo producer Yosuke Hayashi at the Japan Gamers Live award ceremony last weekend. He has revealed that Dead or Alive 5: Last Round will be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One early next year.

See the trailer after the jump!

Do you remember a few days ago when Nintendo's preview trailer for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS accidentally confirmed that Ganondorf would return as a playable character? Well Nintendo certainly does, and they've taken quick action to undo their mistake.

They have removed the video which accidentally confirmed Ganondorf, and in its place they've uploaded a nearly identical trailer—albeit one that doesn't include the original blunder.

Head past the jump to see the updated video!

In Koei Techmo's eternal quest for making everything into a Warriors game, they have teamed up with Square Enix for a Dragon Quest flavored hack-and-slash. Like Hyrule Warriors, Dragon Quest Heroes is keeping to its title-franchise's art style, keeping closely to the aesthetic of Akira Toriyama that Dragon Quest is so famous for. In the trailer Square released, four of the playable characters were shown off, but knowing these games there will be more to come. It will be released sometime next year in Japan. There's no hint of an international release just yet, but this is only the first announcement.

See the trailer after the jump.

Last last year Atlus announced that Persona 5 would be coming to PlayStation 3, but little has been seen since then. It would seem the strong sales of PlayStation 4 have been noticed, as Atlus has now confirmed that the game will also be coming to PlayStation 4. Persona 5 will release in Japan sometime next year, and hopefully a global launch isn't too far behind. A teaser trailer was also released for the game, and you can check it out by clicking below!

As its November release date approaches, Dragon Age: Inquisition is getting some sweet details revealed about its gameplay and weapon/player customization. This newly divulged trailer shows the kick-ass multiplayer battle scenes, as well as the 12 character classes you may choose from. Up to three other players may join you as the hands of the Inquisition — blowing up bad guys and pulling off sick battle combos.

Click the jump to check out the action-packed trailer!

There are two new NES Remix games coming out this December for the Wii U and 3DS, going by the names NES Remix Pack and Ultimate NES Remix, respectively. Ultimate NES Remix will feature rapid-fire challenges and mash-up levels using 16 classic NES games, which so far have been unlisted. The Wii U's NES Remix Pack will essentially be a combination of both NES Remix and NES Remix 2, featuring all 28 of the games featured in both of the NES Remix games, including The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Punch-Out!!, and Kid Icarus. To read more and view the NES Remix Pack trailer, click down below!

With the amazing success Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, it would only seem natural for Square Enix to remake the second set of games in stunning HD. While the game still has a little while before release, Square Enix released a brand new trailer highlighting the game's additions, proving to be more than just a straight up remake, but rather a remaster. With new bosses, cutscenes, items, keyblades, and more, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX is shaping up to be an even more amazing remaster than its predecessor.

Head inside to watch the video!

Today brings a mixed bag of news for those anticipating Capcom's upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive Deep Down. A new gameplay video was released today showcasing gameplay and 1080p graphics (if that's what tickles your fancy), but yet another delay was announced. The game's beta (only slated for Japan so far) was originally planned to hit this Summer, but has been pushed back several times. Capcom announced today that the beta won't hit until sometime next year. It looks like it could be a long wait for Deep Down, but until then you can check out the new gameplay footage by clicking below!

During this morning's Nintendo 3DS Direct, a new trailer was unveiled for Bravely Second, the sequel to 3DS title Bravely Default. The trailer features a blend of artwork, cinematics, and in-game footage, and it looks great! RPG fans definitely won't want to miss this one. Bravely Second launches in Japan this Winter. Check it out by clicking below!