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Fallout 4 has been releasing DLC throughout the summer, and the final piece, the Nuka Cola-themed park dubbed "Nuka-World," is just a few days away from launch. But though it may have once been intended as a fun-filled land of cola-based attractions, Nuka-World looks like it never really could have been called family friendly, at least not if Bethesda's new trailer for the DLC pack is any indication. It shows the park's cartoon mascots giving a speech on staying safe in the park, but they quickly prove that this place is pretty darn dangerous. Even if it's all done in animated form, the trailer's message is clear: Nuka-World is as terrifying a place as any other in the Wasteland.

Check it out for yourself after the jump!

Nintendo has been keeping hype strong for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild by trickling out new gameplay videos every few days. These clips have shown off the ruins of the Temple of Time, the return of the Koroks, the ever-useful Woodcutter's Axe, the special Magnesis ability and other magical runes, and a variety of weapons. Another new clip was released today, and this time the focus is on Link's bow and arrow. Like previous games, you'll have multiple types of arrows, including fire, ice, and bomb arrows. You can see them in action by clicking below!

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past launches on Nintendo 3DS on September 16th, giving a new generation of fans the ability to enjoy the classic game anew. Although it's technically a remake of a PlayStation game, so much has been changed and upgraded that it feels like an entirely new game. If you'd like to see just how much has been changed, Nintendo France has uploaded a short comparison video that shows the 3DS version running alongside the original. You can check it out by clicking below!

Dontnod Entertainment rose from obscurity to popularity last year thanks to the success of their story-driven, episodic adventure, Life is Strange. Earlier this year, Dontnod revealed that their next project would be an RPG set in the 20th century and dubbed Vampyr. We've heard little about the game since, but members of the press were able to attend presentations at Gamescom, and Sony has just released 15 minutes of gameplay footage to the public. Hit the jump for more!

Lots of fantastic indie games are set to launch on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U in the coming months, and Nintendo's celebrating with the Nindies Summer Jam sale. Starting with Axiom Verge on September 1st, a new (to Nintendo platforms) indie game will launch on 3DS, Wii U, or both every Thursday in September. Each of these Nindies will be discounted by 10% of their standard price for one week after launch. In addition to the Nindies Summer Jam announcement, Nintendo has released a new sizzle reel that shows off over 20 indie games coming to Nintendo later this year or early next year. You can check it all out by clicking below!

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is a CGI animated film set during the events of the upcoming Final Fantasy XV. The film focuses on the story of the Kingsglaive, a special unit formed to fight for the kingdom. Now, a Japanese TV commercial shows off some tidbits of action within the film, centering on big explosions and monsters that will take the spotlight.

Head past the jump to check out the commercial!

We've still got a full week left in August, but that hasn't stopped Microsoft from announcing the September batch of free games for Xbox Live Gold members. For Xbox One, gamers will be able to get their hands on the new indie RPG Earthlock: Festival of Magic, as well as Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China, a 2.5D take on the Assassin's Creed franchise; the former will be available all month long, while the latter can be obtained after September 16th. On Xbox 360, as well as Xbox One via backwards compatibility, you can grab Forza Horizon during the first half of the month, while the second half will bring us the original Mirror's Edge.

As always, Microsoft released a trailer showing off each of these games, so make the jump to check that out!

We learned a while back that Dark Souls III has at least two DLC packs planned for it, and yesterday Bandai Namco revealed what all the first pack would contain. If that text alone wasn't enough to get you hyped, however, maybe this official reveal trailer for the "Ashes of Ariandel" DLC will do the trick! While the trailer doesn't show off everything in the pack, we do see a variety of new weapons to use, spells to master, enemies to slay (or be slain by), and areas to explore in the eternal quest to git gud.

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Nintendo has been keeping hype strong for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild by trickling out new gameplay videos every few days. These clips have shown off the ruins of the Temple of Time, the return of the Koroks, the ever-useful Woodcutter's Axe, the special Magnesis ability, and other magical runes. Nintendo's back with a new video today, and this time the focus is on the game's weapons. Breath of the Wild contains a wide variety of breakable weapons, each with unique strengths and weaknesses. You can check out the video by clicking below!

Last year, Humanature Studios took to Kickstarter to revive the classic SEGA-published franchise ToeJam and Earl. The newest entry in the series, ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove, borrows heavily from the original game (while also including elements from the sequel, Panic on Funkotron), and it's geared towards longtime fans. The game's first trailer was released today, revealing that Humanature has teamed up with Adult Swim Games (in addition to acquiring $500,000 in Kickstarter funds) to bring it to PC and consoles (no specific console is named) next year. You can check out the trailer by clicking below!

If you're looking to get in some last-minute gaming fun before the summer comes to a close and it's back to school, Nintendo would like you to take a look at their handheld gaming system, 3DS. That said, their latest sales pitch could afford to be a lot more current. Nintendo's new 3DS Summer commercial advertises a handful of fantastic games...that came out four to five years ago.

Mario Kart 7 (2011), Animal Crossing: New Leaf (2012 in Japan, 2013 in the West), and Super Mario 3D Land (2011) take up most of the spotlight in the new commercial. Age aside, they are all really fun games, and new 3DS owners would be wise to check them out. Last year's Style Savvy: Fashion Forward (which launched just last week in the US) also gets some quick screen time, but no actual mention. You can check it out by clicking below.

Earlier this year, Bandai Namco announced that a new Dragon Ball RPG would be coming to Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Dragon Ball: Fusions was finally released earlier this month, and fans can expect more surprises from the game in the coming months. According to Bandai Namco, Dragon Ball: Fusions will be getting free updates in the near future, with the first one being planned in the fall. The update will include a new stage, which will feature space-time rifts when Wi-Fi waves are detected.

A few weeks ago, Crystal Dynamics announced that Rise of the Tomb Raider would be getting some new DLC later this year, including a new story-based pack set within the mysterious Croft Manor. Lara's family home will be free to explore and investigate in the "Blood Ties" pack, though there will also be plenty of dangers lurking in the shadows for the Tomb Raider to face off against. Included in this pack is an alternate mode, "Lara's Nightmare," in which Lara must defend the manor from zombie hordes. A new trailer was released this morning to show off both of these modes, so make the jump to check it out!

Following its hot reception at E3 2016, Nintendo has been keeping the hype for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild strong by regularly releasing short video clips. These teasers have given fans a look at the ruins of the Temple of Time, the return of the Koroks, the ever-useful Woodcutter's Axe, and the special Magnesis ability. Magnesis is itself one of several Runes that Link can acquire throughout the game, each granting him a new power. The latest Breath of the Wild clip shows off more of the Runes, including Cryonis, Stasis, and Bombs. You can check it out by clicking below!

Final Fantasy XV is a highly-anticipated RPG a decade in the making, and fans were prepared to dive into the fantasy world on September 30th, but developer Square Enix recently confirmed that the game has been delayed to November 29th. The extra time will be used to polish the game and to add some extra content, and it also gives Square Enix more time to market the game to fans.

The latest upload to Final Fantasy XV's official YouTube channel focuses on the English voice acting cast, introducing the game's prominent characters and the talented people who are helping bring them to life. The video also delves into some of the inspiration and motivation behind each character's personality and voice. You can check it out by clicking below!