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If you enjoy adventure games, but also enjoy puzzle solving in rich environments and a killer story, then XING: The Land Beyond may pique your interest. XING: The Land Beyond is a first-person puzzle-adventure game in which you are a spirit in the afterlife working to piece together who you are and your ultimate purpose. You can travel through multiple jaw-dropping environments, running off of Unreal Engine 4, as you jump through time and space to experience defining moments of someone's life whose gravestone you just touched.

Check out a trailer and more info after the jump!

Ackk Studios, the indie team behind action-RPG Two Brothers, is currently hard at work on their next project, YIIK: A Postmodern RPG. Set in 1999, the game draws inspiration from the EarthBound/Mother series, and particularly from the cancelled EarthBound 64. YIIK also has a heavy focus on nihilistic themes, and much of its dialog sets a somber tone. Ackk Studios has released a cutscene from the game titled "Growing Up, College, and Nihilism," and you can check it out by clicking below.

After multiple setbacks and delays, Keiji Inafune and the rest of the development team have finally penned in Mighty No. 9 for release on February 9th, 2016. This action-packed sidescroller is a spiritual successor to Capcom's Mega Man franchise, and Inafune is packing it full of content and features that fans have asked for. In a new trailer titled "Bring It," publisher Deep Silver breaks down some of the exciting game modes in Mighty No. 9. You can check it out by clicking below.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege has received a launch trailer ahead of its release next week. Titled "The Breach," the trailer partners a William Shakespeare monologue with the game's modern combat for a very dramatic effect. All of the gameplay we've come to expect appears in the trailer, with tactics, explosions, and gunfire being shown across a variety of maps.

Make the jump to view the full trailer celebrating the game's launch on December 1st.

Nintendo recently added an Event Courses section to Super Mario Maker, giving players the chance to beat Nintendo-designed levels and unlock prizes. A level based off of NES Remix has been released in Japan, and beating it unlocks the Frog Mario costume for mystery mushrooms. You can check out footage of Frog Mario in action by clicking below.

Dragon Quest X, an MMO set in the Dragon Quest universe, has evolved over time with the release of three different versions of the game, each expanding the game world. To attract new players, Square Enix has announced that they'll be releasing a bundle that includes all three versions on Wii U. This bundle goes on sale in Japan on December 3rd. Unfortunately, there's still no word on a Western release for the game. You can check out a trailer for the bundle by clicking below.

It's Thanksgiving Day, and Black Friday (with all of its amazing deals) is just around the corner. For Sony, this includes bundling Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection with a PlayStation 4 for just $299. To promote this great deal, Sony has released a Black Friday commercial for PlayStation 4 focusing on exclusive games and content on the console. You can check it out by clicking below.

Hyrule Warriors was a hit on Wii U, and it's coming to 3DS next year as Hyrule Warriors Legends. The handheld version of the game includes new levels, weapons, and playable characters. One fan-favorite character that was recently announced for the game is Skull Kid from Majora's Mask. Skull Kid battles with spin attacks, dark magic, and the power of Majora's Mask itself, and Koei Tecmo has just released a new trailer that shows off his moves. Click below to check it out!

Xenoblade Chronicles X, the hotly-anticipated sequel to the critically-acclaimed RPG on Wii, will finally be launching in the West in just a couple of weeks. The game features the last of humanity desperately struggling to stay alive on the alien planet of Mira, and players must explore the dangerous continents and battle with powerful monsters to avoid extinction. Nintendo has released an extended version of their earlier Survival trailer, setting the stage for the game's story and highlighting the conflicts that await. Click below to check it out!

With the holiday season almost upon us, Nintendo has been stepping up their advertising for Wii U, 3DS, and their popular games. Today Nintendo expanded that marketing push to Amiibo as well. One year after the first wave of Amiibo debuted, Nintendo's NFC figurines have proven to be extremely popular, selling over 21 million worldwide. Even so, there are plenty of Nintendo fans who don't have any Amiibo, and Nintendo has released a new holiday commercial to try and change that. You can check it out by clicking below.

Hyrule Warriors Legends is heading to 3DS early next year, giving fans the chance to play the popular Wii U game on the go. Legends is more than just a graphically downgraded port, as Nintendo and Koei Tecmo have packed it full of extra characters, locations, and weapons. This includes the recently-revealed addition of Ganondorf's iconic trident. Koei Tecmo has just released a gameplay video that shows Ganondorf's terrible trident wreaking havoc on opponents, and you can check it out by clicking below.

In Atlus' upcoming Shin Megami Tense-Fire Emblem mashup Genei Ibun Roku ♯FE, most of the Fire Emblem characters make an appearances as Mirages that appear from an alternate dimension. That's not the case with Tiki, however. Befitting for a game that takes a ton of inspiration from Japanese pop culture, Tiki will instead appear as a young girl who happens to be the face of a Singaloid (♯FE's analog for Vocaloids). She's essentially the Hatsune Miku of this game world.

You can check out the latest trailer featuring her after the jump.

Gamers in Japan have been enjoying Xenoblade Chronicles X for nearly seven months now, and Western audiences will finally be joining in on the fun soon. The hotly-anticipated Wii U title launches in North America and Europe on December 4th and in Australia on the very next day. In the meantime, Nintendo has released three exciting new commercials for the game (one for North America and two for the UK), and the team at Nintendo Everything has combined them into one video. You can check it out by clicking below.

During the recent Nintendo Direct, Senior Product Marketing Manager of Nintendo of America (and all-around fun guy) Bill Trinen starred in a goofy promotional video for 3DS title Yo-kai Watch. Mischievous Yo-kai can influence humans — a lesson that Bill learned when a pesky Yo-kai made him eat an entire box of donuts before a "very important meeting." Nintendo has released a follow-up video, and once again there's a Yo-kai up to no good. Click below to check it out!

Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon has been out in Japan since September, and today it finally launched in North America. Unfortunately, gamers in Europe and Australia will have to wait until February of next year to play. The 3DS spin-off game features randomly generated dungeons and all 720 Pokémon. If you're still on the fence about the latest Pokémon adventure, you can check out the launch trailer by clicking below.