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Dragon Quest Heroes, the crossover title from Square Enix and Koei Tecmo's Omega Force division, has been a smash hit in Japan and in the West, and Japan already has a sequel. An accidental Best Buy listing recently suggested that Dragon Quest Heroes II would be coming to North America on April 25th, 2017, and now we have official confirmation.

Square Enix announced today that the leaked release date for North America is correct, and they also released a new trailer that confirms an April 28th release date for Europe. While the game is available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Vita in Japan, only the PlayStation 4 version is coming West. You can check out the trailer, screenshots, and story details by clicking below!

Super Mario Run is just a week away from launch, and after featuring it on last night's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Nintendo has opened up even more on the game. A demo is now available in Apple stores, and the Big N has also released two new trailers for the game. The first is a gameplay trailer, showing off each of the title's features while also giving us a look at some newly revealed details, such as the ability to unlock a variety of characters to play as, each of which comes with their own abilities and play styles.

Check out that and the second, live action trailer after the jump!

Kingdom Hearts fans are eagerly counting down the weeks until the newest entry in the series, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, hits shelves. Square Enix is definitely aware of the excitement, so they released one last trailer for the game before its upcoming release. The video shows off new story details and the ability to customize Aqua in Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage. Check out the trailer after the jump to get excited for Kingdom Hearts 2.8!

One of the biggest announcements to come from the PlayStation Experience this past weekend was the official unveiling of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. While we don't know a lot about the game thus far, we do know a few characters we'll be able to play as—Iron Man, Mega Man X, Captain Marvel, and Ryu. In addition to these fighters, Capcom announced in a new gameplay trailer that Morrigan Aensland from Capcom's Darkstalkers franchise and Marvel's Captain America will be joining the roster. The trailer also revealed the the Infinity Stones will play some part in the game, presumably as some kind of special power.

Head inside to see the reveal as well as get a closer look at actual gameplay!

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone teamed up with Ubisoft for the 2014 hit South Park: The Stick of Truth, and a sequel was announced at last year's E3. South Park: The Fractured But Whole was originally planned to launch yesterday, but Ubisoft delayed the game to 2017 back in September, and we've heard little since then. Ubisoft finally decided to show the upcoming game a little love today with a new story trailer titled "The Conspiracy," and you can check it out by clicking below. Unfortunately, there's still no concrete release date. 

One of the many ways Bungie keeps Destiny updated is through special, limited-time holiday events, such as Halloween's Festival of the Lost. At PlayStation Experience last Saturday, Bungie took the stage to announce that this year's Christmas event is right around the corner. Dubbed "The Dawning," this event will bring new quests, gear, and weapons to Rise of Iron players. One of the biggest features to be introduced is a new scoring system for Vanguard strikes. In addition, the Sparrow Racing League is making a comeback for public matches through the duration of the event. Unlike last time, however, Sparrow Racing will remain available as an option in private matches after the event concludes.

The Dawning will be an exclusive event for Rise of Iron players when it launches on December 13th. The event will only last until January 3rd, though, so make sure to join in on the festivities while you can!

During Sony's PlayStation Experience Showcase, a few remasters of classic titles were announced, including PaRappa the Rapper. The remake of the rhythm game, which was initially released in 1996, will be available on the PS4 Pro with 4K support. The trailer shows the game's rap masters such as Chop Chop Master Onion, Instructor Mooselini, and Cheap Cheap the Cooking Chicken.

Head inside to find out more!

Sony held the PlayStation Experience 2016 Showcase on Saturday, revealing exciting new games and giving us another look at some of the titles we've been eagerly anticipating. The presentation included the latest trailer for Fumito Ueda's long awaited puzzle adventure, The Last Guardian. The PlayStation 4 exclusive is launching tomorrow, and it's pulling in generally positive reviews (even if it feels a bit dated), but if you need more of a reason to be excited, you can watch the PlayStation Experience trailer by clicking below!

During Sony's PlayStation Experience 2016 Showcase we got a new look at a wide variety of upcoming games, including the next big thing from Guerrilla Games. Horizon Zero Dawn is set in a post-apocalyptic future where society has long since collapsed and humans have reverted to tribal life, and it features beautiful environments and a variety of robotic dinosaur foes. The highly-anticipated adventure launches exclusively on PlayStation 4 on February 28th, but you can check out another look at its beautiful world and mysterious story by clicking below!

Yakuza 0 won't be the only treat Western fans of the SEGA franchise will be seeing next year, as the PlayStation Experience today revealed that two more recent titles from the series will be arriving from overseas in the near future. Yakuza Kiwami—a remake of the original PlayStation 2 game—and the most recent entry, Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, are both confirmed to come West for Summer 2017 and early 2018 respectively.

The announcement came by way of a new teaser trailer that aired during Sony's conference, which you can watch after the jump!

This year's PlayStation Showcase just came to a close, but not without leaving us with one big tease. It's been rumored for a while, but Naughty Dog and PlayStation finally revealed the first official look at The Last of Us: Part II. The game is still "super early in development," so it'll probably be a while before we get any concrete information on it. The game appears to take place at least a few years after The Last of Us, as Ellie is all grown up and is ready to go out and serve up some good old-fashioned revenge.

Head inside to see the official footage!

With the PlayStation Experience well underway, Capcom fans got a double whammy of reveals with the unveiling of a long-anticipated Marvel vs. Capcom sequel, and now a second season pass of DLC for Street Fighter V. The new round of DLC is available for preorder now and is expected to roll out next year, featuring the return of Akuma as well as five other characters that are yet to be revealed.

Check out the short trailer for Akuma after the jump, and leave us with your thoughts in the comments!

At last year's PlayStation Experience, Sony unveiled a sequel to Ni no Kuni. It's been awhile since we've seen new footage from the upcoming RPG, but that just changed at this year's PlayStation Experience. Sony just showed off a brand new trailer for Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, and they also revealed that the game is launching sometime in 2017. You can check out the new video by clicking below!

PlayStation Experience 2016 is in full swing, and Resident Evil fans just got treated to a double dose of creepy goodness. Sony just showed off another disturbing new trailer that focuses on protagonist Ethan's search for his missing wife and the horrors of the Baker family. The trailer ended with the announcement that the demo on PlayStation Network is getting a "massive" update today, which will be the final update before the game launches on January 24th, 2017. You can check out the new trailer by clicking below!

During E3 2016, Sony announced that they were working with Activision to remaster the first three Crash Bandicoot games for PlayStation 4. Details were scarce at the time, but Sony just debuted a new trailer for the game at the PlayStation Experience 2016 Showcase. The remaster will be titled Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and it's releasing next year! You can check out the new trailer by clicking below.