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The 2017 PlayStation Experience rediscovered many 2018 PlayStation 4 releases and featured in-depth interviews with many developers. Trailers also debuted for many anticipated releases, including Monster Hunter World. One of the biggest parts of this trailer in particular revealed that a 3D model of the 8-bit hero Mega Man will be able to be used as a skin for your Felyne partner, and weapons and abilities from the Mega Man series will make an appearance too!

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The world of Metro: Exodus looks more frightening and unlivable every time it's shown off. The Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC game was detailed in its harsh post-nuclear landscape of snow and recognizable Metro franchise mutants. The overlying narration sounds melancholy and ominous, and there is plenty of time for more excitement to brew before the game drops in fall of 2018.

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Before The 2017 Game Awards began, the creators of Job Simulator shared with host Geoff Keighley that their next project—titled Vacation Simulator—will be headed to PlayStation VR next year. A controllable human character will be able to interact with robot companions on a colorful beach, and that alone seems intriguing.

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A Way Out, a unique-looking co-op game announced earlier this year, received a brand new trailer at The Game Awards. New maneuvers and story details were shown off, and the developers seem passionate about the title.

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Media Molecule, the developers of the LittleBigPlanet series, is ready to bring their new creation into life in 2018. Dreams for PlayStation 4 received a new trailer at The Game Awards, and it shows off a breadth of gameplay ideas, from a prepared story players will be able to experience to tons of creation tools for the players to create their own games and stories.

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We got another look at Kojima Production's Death Stranding featuring Norman Reedus at the 2017 Game Awards. Still without a release date or actual gameplay shown, all there is to go off of is this extended new trailer with creepy imagery and interesting narrative questions.

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During The Game Awards, THQ Nordic revealed a brand new survival game called Fade to Silence. The reveal trailer shows the player facing off against harsh weather conditions and gigantic monsters. Little details were given about the game, but it is being released on Steam Early Access on December 14th. Fade to Silence will fully release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next year.

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Star Wars Battlefront II is already getting its first of multiple seasons of free DLC.  Starting on December 13th, players will be able to control hero/villain characters Finn and Captain Phasma from the sequel trilogy in preparation for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which comes to movie theaters on December 15th.  The old rebel base on the planet Crait will be the newest map in the multiplayer.  On top of that, Iden Versio's story continues in DLC for the campaign, which also leads into the upcoming film.

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The pre-show for the 2017 Game Awards kicked into a higher gear with the announcement that the famous story of World War Z will be getting a video game adaptation for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The gameplay looks reminiscent of the upcoming Days Gone for PlayStation 4, and I guess we will see if the game is more faithful to the novel than the Brad Pitt film was.

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The Game Awards are finally being presented tomorrow, and many gamers are excited to see which title from 2017 will claim the prestigious Game of the Year award. To add to this excitement, there will be many special guests to hand out the awards this year.

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Yes, there is actually a game behind all the controversy surrounding the microtransactions the world cannot stop speaking about. As a disclaimer, this review will focus solely on the microtransactions-free single player campaign of Star Wars Battlefront II. The multiplayer seems to be an addicting setup for Star Wars fans who have self-control enough to not spend their hard-earned cash on elements (with some time) unlocked otherwise through playtime, but for nerds like me, the single-player game is a refreshing break from the hectic, wily realm of multiplayer for a canon tale worthy of the famous brand.

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Capcom has officially announced a new Mega Man game, the first new entry in the Mega Man series since the release of Mega Man 10 back in 2010. Mega Man 11 will be a side-scrolling platformer, like all its predecessors, but now with high-definition 3D graphics. The game is expected to come out for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in "late 2018."

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Ten days ago, Bandai Namco Entertainment teased an upcoming game project that sent fans of Kōhei Horikoshi's hit manga My Hero Academia into a frenzy, providing no other hint beyond an egg tumbling out of a microwave and a countdown. The countdown has since reached its anticipated end, and so the teaser site has transformed into the webpage for Bandai Namco's newly revealed My Hero Academia: One's Justice, produced by Magicians Dead and Gunslinger Stratos developer Byking. Little is known about the game at this time, with more details and a teaser trailer forthcoming at Jump Festa 2018 within two weeks.

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The Final Fantasy series celebrated its 30th anniversary this year with the release of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age and a brand new expansion to Final Fantasy XIV called Stormblood. A constant stream of DLC has also been coming out for Final Fantasy XV. So far it's been a great year for fans of the series, but it looks like Square Enix won't be holding back any Final Fantasy goodies in 2018.

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For fans of Sonic the Hedgehog, the Blue Blur's 25th anniversary closed on a pretty good note with Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice in 2016, but not without teasing two major return-to-form titles in the coming year. Blue believers who grew up with a SEGA Genesis in their youth—or a Mega Collection of sorts in later years like myself—were promised a brand new 2D game developed by community all-stars who would embrace nostalgia and reimagine the classic Sonic experience. On the other hand, those who enjoyed Sonic's more recent adventures were teased with Sonic Team's very own "Project Sonic 2017," bringing Modern Sonic not only back to Boost-style gameplay last seen in Sonic Generations, but also to darker and more serious storytelling of the pre-Colors games.

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