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Today, YouTuber NintendoFanFTW had the opportunity to share another preview piece from Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions.

The fourth preview (you can click the links to check out the first, second and third previews) features the Victory Road theme from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire (and likely their remakes, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire). As before, the preview is still a synthetic mockup of the the piece, not a live orchestral recording, so the song will likely sound even better live!

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It's hardly a secret that Japanese television can be a bit on the weird side, and their commercials are no exception. Nintendo has released upon the unsuspecting masses a simple but rather strange new trailer for Mario Kart 8, featuring lots of slow-shots of racers' battle faces and an operatic version of "Danny Boy" playing in the background (the second verse that nobody remembers). Luigi death stare makes an appearance, too. The video itself is not all that out of the ordinary, but the music it's paired with is just a bit on the strange side. It's only 30 seconds, so check it out after the jump if you're curious.

Media Molecule has been hard at work on a new game for PlayStation 4 (they aren't in charge of LittleBigPlanet 3) and they're making a lot of progress on its development, but virtually nothing is known about this mystery game. Today the Sony-owned studio released a short, bizarre video teaser to clue us in, but I'm really not sure I know any more than before! According to Media Molecule, a rendering error caused "colourful nonsense that begged to be shared," so they've released it for the public to see. Hit the jump to check it out and see if you can make any sense of it.

In addition to the fantastic reveal of three more playable characters for Hyrule Warriors, we've also got a new trailer today. Link stars in his third character trailer (we already saw him in action with a sword and Fire Rod), and this time he's wielding the Ball and Chain from Twilight Princess. This heavy duty weapon may have been used a little lightly in Twilight Princess, but it looks to be a devastating force in Hyrule Warriors. You can catch Link crushing waves of enemies by clicking below.

A game with a title like Crypt of a NecroDancer hardly needs a trailer to make it seem awesome, but the team at Brace Yourself Games has put one together anyway. The game is a rhythm-based roguelike featuring music from Danny Baronowsky of Super Meat Boy fame, though it apparently works with personalized soundtracks as well. It will be launching into open early access on July 30th on Steam, and while I'm not often a fan of early access, this is definitely something to check out. The title already has a fair number of ribbons to show off, including an IndieCade East official selection and that of the winner of Brazilian Independent Games Festival. The trailer is fittingly great, so watch it after the jump.

Last week, we got our first look at the music for Pokémon: Symphonic Revolutions, the new concert tour for Pokémon music coming later this year. Now, we've got two more previews for you to listen to!

These two new previews, which come from YouTubers GlitchxCity and TheJWittz, feature the Team Rocket hideout theme from Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow (and FireRed and LeafGreen) and a medley of battle music from the series. Keep in mind, these previews are still synthetic versions, not live recordings.

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A few days ago, Koei Tecmo officially unveiled Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden on Wii U with a live stream of gameplay as well as screenshots and details. The game is currently only announced for release in Japan, so all of the reveal footage was obviously in Japanese. However, a version of the trailer with English subtitles has been uploaded, so you can understand exactly what's going on. You can catch the subbed trailer after the jump, and hopefully we'll see an official localization announcement in the future!

Much like his predecessor, Mega Man, Mighty No. 9 star Beck has the ability to steal the weapons of bosses he defeats in battle, morphing between different weapon styles. This ability is shown off in the latest Mighty No. 9 footage from developer Comcept. In addition, Call (Beck's partner and a playable character) is given a brief look as well. It's still a long time until Mighty No. 9 launches next April, but game creator Keiji Inafune is doing a good job of easing the wait and keeping us hooked with all these updates and work-in-progress video clips. You can catch the latest one by clicking below.

In development for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, Styx: Master of Shadows is "a stealth game set in a dark, mature, fantasy universe." The team behind Styx, Cyanide Studios, plans to "return to the roots" of the stealth genre and will be doing so with their unique character for which the game is named, Styx, "a nimble, sneaky, sarcastic goblin" who's equipped with The Amber, "a powerful and rare substance" that "gives Styx a wide array of magical powers."

Set within the human Tower of Akenash, which houses The Heart of the Tree, the level design of Styx features verticality and is open ended in such a way that it "will provide the player with a large range of possibilities to outwit the tower residents and reach his or her goal."

A new summer trailer for Styx has just been released, and you can head inside to see it.

Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami is on a quest to revitalize the survival-horror genre with The Evil Within. The terrifying shooter recently received a new, earlier release date, so you can get your hands on it on October 14. However, you don't have to wait that long to get a good look at the game. We've got sixteen minutes of intense, all-new gameplay footage starting from Chapter Four. You can catch all the horror-filled action after the jump.