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Yo-kai Watch, the popular anime/video game series that has been pulling in numbers that rival even Pokémon, is going global. The first season of the anime recently started airing on Disney XD, and Nintendo will be publishing the first video game in North America on November 6th. So just what exactly are Yo-kai? This is the question asked by the latest for the game, and the answer (which is really more like a description of their actions) is revealed in song form. Click below to check it out.

The latest Project X Zone 2 trailer released in celebration of the New York Comic Con, and it is a rather lengthy one. At 12:28 minutes, it shows off its huge variety of characters and their flashy attacks. Not only do the heroes get their time in the sun, but this video also shows the villains mercilessly beat down their opponents. If you want to take a good look at everything the game has to offer, then hit the jump for the trailer! Project X Zone 2 launches on November 12 in Japan, on February 16, 2016 in North America, and on February 19, 2016 in Europe.

Tales from the Borderlands Episode 5 is arriving on October 20th for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC, and Mac; October 21st for Xbox One and Xbox 360; and finally on October 22nd for iOS and Android devices. Developer Telltale Games has released a sneak peek for the finale, titled The Vault of the Traveler, in addition to announcing that the first episode is now available for free on PlayStation, Xbox, iOS, and Android platforms. Make the jump to view the trailer of both announcements.

Last week, Japanese publication Famitsu accidentally leaked the existence of a new Street Fighter V character named Laura. Laura has finally been officially revealed today with a trailer showcasing her moves. Laura hails from Brazil and has some attacks that are quite similar to Blanka, utilizing electricity. The newest addition to the Street Fighter V roster is also said to be a Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu master. You can check out her debut trailer by clicking below!

Wii U owners in Japan, Europe, and Australia have been enjoying Yoshi's Woolly World for months, but North American audiences are still waiting. Thankfully, we're just over a week away from its October 16th launch now, and it's already available for pre-load. Nintendo has launched a new TV commercial to promote the game, showcasing its adorable visuals and gameplay while its features are explained in the form of a rhyme. Click below to check it out.

In 1987, Hideo Kojima introduced us to Metal Gear, the progenitor of the stealth game genre and our first introduction to Big Boss. After Metal Gear Solid V's ending, many fans wondered if Konami's next Metal Gear game would be a remake of the original. One fan has taken it upon himself to do just that. Boker, the fan behind the project, is working to remake the original Metal Gear in Unreal Engine 4 and blend the story of the original game with the isometric camera angles of Metal Gear Solid.

Check out the screenshots and trailer after the jump!

Dontnod Entertainment's story-driven episodic adventure has been a major hit, achieving critical acclaim and selling over 1 million copies. Fans have been waiting a long time for the game's final chapter, and Dontnod recently set a tentative release date of October 20th. Today they confirmed that the fifth and final episode, Polarized, will be out on the 20th, and they also released a short teaser trailer for the finale on YouTube. Click below to check it out!

Ubisoft has unveiled a surprise (well, almost) new entry in the Far Cry series, and let me just say it's a far cry from what you normally get from the franchise. In Far Cry Primal players are going to the Stone Age to play as Takkar, the final member of a hunting group. So that means there's probably some sort of revenge story in here. Whatever, you're a caveman and there are hints that there will be a sabretooth tiger companion. We'll see how the Far Cry formula translates into prehistoric times when the game launches on February 23, 2016 on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game hits PC sometime in March. Head inside to see screens and a trailer.

Back to the Future is a film series that's often regarded as a staple in the movie industry, and one of the timeless classics from the 1980s. With settings in 1955, 1985, and 2015, the famed franchise marks both Marty McFly's adventure to the future and the franchise's 30th anniversary this year. While we may not have flying cars or nineteen Jaws movies, we do have 2010's Back to the Future: The Game to celebrate the occasion, and developer Telltale Games wants to make note of it by expanding the series for the Xbox 360 and current gen consoles.

Head inside for more details!

There's a new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, filled with story, gameplay, and puns. The five minute trailer is narrated by Princess Styla, the damsel who has found herself in a fashion emergency. The trailer covers the three player co-op gameplay, touching on local and online play. Several of the 32 different dungeons are shown, as well as some of the different items found in each dungeon.

And, of course, there is a whole segment devoted to Link's fashion sense. Check out the trailer after the jump!

It's a blast from the past as we're getting new entries in both Rock Band and Guitar Hero this month. Guitar Hero Live launches on October 20th, and it features new gameplay in which you face a realistic crows that reacts to your playing. Activision has released a new trailer for the game that stars Lenny Kravitz and James Franco desperately trying to win over a tough crowd. You can check it out by clicking below!

The Community Map Project for Battlefield 4, which allowed player input on upcoming maps, is now ready for players to experience. Operation Outbreak, the jungle-themed map the community assisted in designing, is one of the maps in the pack, and a playtest trailer has been released to promote the DLC. Best of all, the maps are coming to you for free!

See the trailer after the jump!

A new trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III has been released emphasizing the game's story, accompanied by some developer commentary. Set 50 years into the future, climate change has greatly impacted the world, and, partnered with increasing wealth disparity, a scenario similar to the Cold War has begun. Craig Harrison, the game's Lead Writer, claims that Treyarch hasn't ever come close to the level of world building featured in Black Ops III. Beyond that, Studio Head Mark Lamia believes that players will potentially finish the campaign with a completely different interpretation to someone else.

Make the jump to view the full trailer.

Japanese and North American gamers have been enjoying 3DS spin-off Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer for a while now, and now European gamers can join them. Happy Home Designer launched in Europe today (available in a bundle with two Amiibo figurines and three Amiibo cards), and Nintendo UK has released a new TV commercial for the game that focuses on its Amiibo functionality. You can check it out by clicking below!

The Angry Video Game Nerd made his playable debut in last year's AVGN Adventures, and the nerd will be back this Winter in a sequel. AVGN II: ASSimilation keeps the retro-themed action-platformer style of its predecessor but introduces new mechanics (like the ability to slide down walls) and upgrades. The first action-packed trailer for the upcoming game has released, and you can check it out by clicking below!