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Nintendo has been supplying nonstop news lately regarding Hyrule Warriors. From magazine scans to Japanese trailers to translated trailers, the hype just keeps on coming. The most recent cause for excitement has been the unveiling of Sheik's trailer, which showcases her swift, ninja-like fighting style and use of the Goddess Harp.

Make the jump to see the trailer!

Far Cry 4 ditches the island setting of the first and third entries in the series and sends the protagonist up into the Himalayas instead. There is warfare, warlords, and, to sum it up, war. Also, a fabulously dressed Troy Baker with an anger management issue.

Ubisoft has revealed just how the world of Far Cry 4 was dreamed up by developers. Seeking inspiration from real villages and people in the Himalayas, Ubisoft has done its homework on the subject matter.

Check out the video inside to see the team's journey.

During the San Diego Comic-Con, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released a new story trailer for the upcoming game Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. Key points, such as the identity of Talion's wraith, as well as his connection to Sauron and the rings, are revealed within the trailer. Not only are more details divulged, but also a new character: the Elvin Smith, Celebrimbor. The trailer is quite thrilling and does well making one excited for the game.

Hop past the jump to see for yourself!

Activision has released yet another trailer for the upcoming first-person shooter Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, this time highlighting the game's single-player story and plunging viewers into the anarchic and armed world of Sledgehammer's latest project. The trailer also revealed that the game's multiplayer unveiling is on August 11th.

Kevin Spacey is featured once again; the Academy Award nominated actor plays the leader of private corporation Atlas, a company called upon by the government to stop terrorists. Atlas doesn't seem to be the nicest guys in the business, though. It'll be interesting to see if the protagonist of the game is actually a villain in the grand scheme of things.

Watch the robot fights, exploding skyscrapers, and villainous monologuing after the jump.

We've seen some footage of Darunia in action in Hyrule Warriors thanks to San Diego Comic-Con, but now Nintendo and Koei Tecmo have released an official trailer for the hard-hitting Goron. Darunia battles his way through hordes of foes like Stalchildren and a King Dodongo with his powerful hammer attacks and rolling moves as he climbs what appears to be Death Mountain. I think I may have a favorite character picked out for the game! Hit the jump to watch the trailer and catch all the new Hyrule Warriors action!

Monster Hunter 4 has been a phenomenal success in Japan, breaking sales records and establishing itself as the highest-selling game in franchise history, as well as one of the highest-selling 3DS games in Japan. Like several of the games before it, Monster Hunter 4 will be receiving an Ultimate version later this year in Japan, and that version will then be released globally next year.

As a nod to Nintendo, Monster Hunter 4 features Zelda equipment like the Master Sword and Hylian Shield. Capcom has now confirmed that these items will be in the Ultimate version, which means Western gamers will be able to unlock them as well. Capcom also teased that there would be more special items, but we'll have to wait until the game launches to find out what they are. You can catch the Link's Equipment Trailer by hitting the jump!

In addition to Bayonetta returning for a new video game on Wii U, the lovely witch is starring in an animated film as well. Bayonetta: Bloody Fate released in Japan late last year, and it's finally on its way to the West. Created by the team that made Afro Samurai and licensed and dubbed for the West by Funimation (featuring most of the same voice actors as the game), we have an English trailer and a release date for Bayonetta: Bloody Fate. The movie releases on October 21, 2014, and you can catch the trailer by hitting the jump.

It's been about a year now since Firefly Online, a game based on the renowned cult-classic Firefly television series, was announced, and the developers are finally ready to pull back the curtain on what this game's going to look in action. The first gameplay trailer for Firefly Online was uploaded to the game's official YouTube channel the other day, and, presumably in an attempt to show its open-ended nature, is centered around the question of what you would you do if you were the captain of a ship in the Firefly universe.

It's a bit on the cheesy side, but essentially several different people explain what they'd do in Firefly Online—how they'd customize their character and ship, how they'd spend their time, and other such things—and clips of their fantasies being carried out in the game are shown.

Head inside to check it out.

Gamnesia was founded a year and a half ago as of this Friday. We’ve been working hard to make it the best site it can be, but we’ve always provided the same essential service—news, reviews, editorials, and maybe an interview here and there. But starting this week, we’re ready to be so much more.

In the last few weeks, we’ve been working on a ton of new features to bring you all. You can already see that we’ve revived the Daily Delib, a brief question post that goes up every weeknight, where we can all get together as a community and discuss what’s on our minds. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg—upcoming community nights, mailbags, podcasts, comics, and video series are just a few of the awesome new coverage we’re bringing you, so head on inside to learn all about it!

Just in time for the insanity of Comic-Con, WB Games and Traveller's Tales have revealed a new trailer for the upcoming LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. After featuring Superman in the last entry in the series, LEGO Batman 2 teased its audience with the appearance of Justice League members in some ending cutscenes. Now, the whole team is together and ready to fight crime. You could say it's... building up to a... dawn of justice. I got a LEGO pun and a reference in that sentence. You're welcome.

Turn away from that leaked trailer of the upcoming DC Comics film and watch your heroes fight in plastic form. Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, and Cyborg are all after the jump.