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February's line up of PlayStation Plus games has been revealed, and features a variety of titles across all three platforms. Coming to PlayStation 4 is the critically acclaimed Transistor, an action RPG set in a sci-fi world, and Greek mythology inspired, 2D action RPG named Apotheon. Thief can be downloaded on PlayStation 3, along with Yakuza 4. PlayStation Vita's free title is Kick & Fennick, a platform adventure game. Also available for all three systems, thanks to Cross-Buy, is Rogue Legacy. Make the jump to view the trailer for February's PlayStation Plus line up.

Recently released survival-horror zombie game Dying Light is full of blood and violence and basically everything else that you wouldn't find in a typical Mario game, but much like Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!, it has a room that serves as one big reference to the classic 2D sidescroller. Hidden in a chimney you'll find a warp pipe that takes you to a recreation of World 1-1 from the original Super Mario Bros., but it's a little more grisly than you remember it. Hit the jump to check it out!

After years of fan requests and petitions, Majora's Mask is finally returning. The fan-favorite Zelda title will be reborn on 3DS on February 13, and Nintendo has been fueling the hype train for a few weeks now. The latest look at Majora's Mask 3D comes in a new trailer packed with plenty of gameplay that tells players "The time has come." Click below to check it out!

Taipei Game Show is in full swing in Japan right now, and Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono invited talented Street Fighter veterans Daigo Umehara and Bruce “Gamerbee” Hsiang to battle it out in Street Fighter V in front of a live audience. Umehara played as Ryu while Hsiang chose Chun-Li. You can check out the footage by clicking below!

Sony and Ready at Dawn are teaming up to launch The Order: 1886 on February 20, and it looks to be the most impressive PlayStation 4 game yet. To hype the game up, Sony has released a new TV commercial featuring praise for the game's graphics from game reviewers and news publications. Click below to check it out!

Capcom has tossed around the idea of a Resident Evil 2 remake for years, but we have nothing official to show for it. In the meantime, a fan has spent the past year recreating the entire game with the free Unreal Development Kit version of Unreal Engine 3. A walkthrough of the entire recreated game (he prefers not to have it called a remake) has been released on YouTube, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Sony brought out the big guns for Tokaigi Japan Game Party 2015, showing off live gameplay of a new build of PlayStation 4 exclusive The Order: 1886. The new footage shows the same level we saw at the PlayStation Experience, but it's been tweaked since then, and this footage extends beyond just the rooms we previously saw. The Order: 1886 launches on February 20, and you can check out the gameplay by clicking below!

Life is Strange, a new Square Enix-published game from the developers of Remember Me, has begun its episodic release. The first installment, titled Chrysalis, is available for download on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. You'll be playing as Maxine Caulfield, an 18-year-old girl with the ability to reverse time. Check out the launch trailer by clicking below!

As part of his "Clueless Gamer" segment, late-night talk show host Conan O'Brien got a chance to go hands-on with Mortal Kombat X before it hit shelves. In order to spice things up a little bit more, Conan invited New England Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski and Seattle Seahawks star running back Marshawn Lynch (both players in the upcoming Super Bowl) to square off against each other with pretty hilarious results. Click below to check it out!

Square Enix has been teasing the reveal of a new PlayStation 4 game dubbed Project Code Z for a while now, and today they revealed it at the Japan Game Party. It turns out Project Code Z is Minna de Spelunker Z (or "Everyone's Spelunker Z" in English), a revival of the classic Spelunker game from decades ago. The game is developed by Tozai Games and will launch in Japan on March 19 as a free-to-play title with up to six-player online support. Character customization and pets will play a large role, and there will be microtransactions for acquiring new items. Hit the jump for the trailer!