Bethesda just released four new pieces of concept art for Fallout 4, giving us a great look at post-apocalyptic Boston, and some shots of new Synth and armor designs. We get to see the Longfellow Bridge in Boston, long after the nuclear fallout, completely destroyed and covered in filth. 

This art is all part of the book The Art of Fallout 4, a book filled with concept art for the game, which will be released in December. 

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, likely Hideo Kojima's last entry in the franchise, is just five days away from launching. We've already seen the upcoming launch celebrated with an epic Kojima-directed trailer and an accolades trailer full of praise from critics, but Kojima still has something else planned. The legendary director revealed via Twitter that he's working with games journalist Geoff Keighley and Greg Miller of Kinda Funny Games to create a "commemoration video" for the game's launch. We look forward to seeing what they have in store!

The debate between digital and physical games is as old as high-speed internet connections (which, ironically, isn’t particularly old). Nintendo very recently filed a patent for a console that doesn’t use discs, specifically stating that the device would run programs from the hard drive, rather than from any external storage. Indeed, it’s been speculated here at Gamnesia that future Nintendo consoles may come in both physical-only and digital-only versions.

With that in mind, I ask you? What do you prefer? Do you like having physical copies, or is the digital world more to your taste? 

The Just Cause franchise is known for its explosions, and destruction will continue to be a big factor in the latest entry. In fact, Square Enix is even giving an actual island to the player with the most chaos points after 90 days! The team at Avalanche Studios has been releasing developer diary videos, and their latest entry goes behind the scenes of the creative process of destruction, which isn't as big of a contradiction as it sounds! Click below to check it out.

Platinum Games, a studio renowned for its incredible action games, such as Bayonetta, Mad World, and co-developing the yet to be released Star Fox Zero, is making a Transformers game called "Transformers: Devastation." This game received a new trailer yesterday which shows off intense, fast-paced combat. I can't help but notice the similarities with the Bayonetta games (and that's a good thing), and there even seems to be a time-slowing mechanic akin to Bayonetta's "Witch Time." Transformers: Devastation releases on October 6 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain launches globally on September 1st, but if you ordered from UK retailer Simply Games, you may not have to wait that long. Reports are coming in from UK gamers that their pre-ordered copies of the game have already arrived. Many of these lucky gamers are streaming the game on Twitch, so players hoping to avoid spoilers may want to exercise caution over the next few days.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will likely be Kojima's last entry in the series, and he's going out on a strong note. The latest epic chapter in the story of Big Boss is pulling in high scores all around, received four perfect review from Famitsu, and is currently the second highest-scoring game in the series on Metacritic. If all of that isn't enough to convince you of its quality, a new accolades trailer has been released, blending action-packed scenes from the game with words of praise from critics. Click below to check it out!

Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono has been teasing some exciting announcements for Street Fighter V, and today one of them dropped! Rainbow Mika, a fan-favorite character who appeared just once in Street Fighter Alpha 3, is back after a seventeen year long absence. The "7-Colored Bomber" is playable at PAX Prime this week, and a trailer has been released to show off her fighting style and looks in the upcoming game. You can check it out by clicking below!

Ubisoft has announced that Assassin's Creed Syndicate will be released on PC about a month after its release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game will be coming to consoles on October 23rd, but it won't launch on PC until November 19th. Ubisoft Kiev studio production manager Sam Kovalev explained that the extra time is to "finalize all of the polish and optimization" for the PC launch.

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Ninja Theory's new game Hellblade hopes to have an inspirational mentally ill protagonist. The team has faced challenges trying to create such a thing, though. The new developer diary video inside explains what some of those challenges are and how they have gone about facing them. It also shows the respect the team has for the topic and the amount of research and help they have received in tackling it.

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Unreal and Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski left Epic Games after 20 years, and now he's resurfaced with a new project. Bleszinski has been teasing a free-to-play sci-fi shooter for PC under the title "Project BlueStreak," but today the project was officially unveiled as LawBreakers. The game's debut story trailer (a fulfillment of teasers for "The Shattering") sets the stage for the game, explaining how the catastrophic destruction of the moon changed life on Earth. Additionally, some details about the game were released during a Twitch livestream. You can check out the trailer and learn more by clicking below!

In today's shocking news, it turns out that Twitch Plays Dark Souls is making legitimate progress as of late. The stream takes a note from Twitch Plays Pokémon and uses the inputs of thousands of players simultaneously to control the protagonist. Things looked downright hopeless from the get-go for Twitch Plays Dark Souls. However, a new system introduces a twenty to thirty second delay after each action so that the chat can coordinate their next move. What was once a mountain has become a decidedly smaller mountain. It may never reach molehill tier, but the game is certainly beatable now.

You can watch the stream slaughter the Taurus Demon, one of the game's earlier bosses, inside.

A trailer for Yacht Club's Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows has been released on YouTube. In this expansion, you play as Plague Knight, a master of alchemy with the power to brew and hurl mystical potions, as he attempts to retrieve the ingredients for Serum Supernus, the Ultimate Potion.

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With less than a week left until Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is released, Konami has revealed a Companion App that will accompany the game on the same day. The Companion App will act as a second screen for Snake and allows you view the game's map, detect an enemy's position, and control the music. Unfortunately, the Companion App will not work for the PC and Xbox 360 versions of Metal Gear Solid V.

Earlier this year, Konami quietly removed Hideo Kojima's name from the promotional material for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Unsurprisingly this decision caused an uproar within the gaming community, with gamers across the globe showing their disapproval with the hashtag #AHideoKojimaGame. Now employees of Australian retailer JB Hi-Fi have decided to stick to it Konami by plastering Hideo Kojima's name all over their Metal Gear Solid promotional material.

You can check out the new and improved MGS V displays after the jump!