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A new Fallout-themed expansion pack is coming to Minecraft sometime soon, introducing tons of new skins, environments, and creatures to the game, as well as a morbid new texture pack.

The expansion will cost $6 at launch and will be available on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Wii U. Mojang hasn't announced an official launch date for this expansion, but the company has said that it is coming sometime soon, probably in the next couple of months. Make the jump to learn more!

The fifth and final episode of the Batman: The Telltale Series came out yesterday, and along with it a new trailer. This final episode, called City of Light, appears to be the dramatic culmination of the series and is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, and mobile.

While there is no word on a second season, you can now get the entire collection in stores. Make the jump for more info and to watch the trailer!

The weekly software and hardware sales numbers from Japan are in, courtesy of Media Create, and there's a new champion once again. Last week, Final Fantasy XV stole the crown from Pokémon Sun and Moon, and now Square Enix's hit RPG has been bested by Yakuza 6. The latest entry in the Yakuza franchise sold over 218,00 copies in its debut week to claim the top spot. The Last Guardian debuted at number four, but it sold a fairly modest 82,260 copies.

In hardware, PlayStation 4's numbers dropped by nearly 30,000 for the week, and combined 3DS sales (including the New Nintendo 3DS and 2DS lines) surged to over 100,000 for the week. PlayStation Vita sales got a slight bump, while Wii U's numbers declined slightly. You can check out the full breakdown by clicking below.

Indie sensation Shovel Knight has been an incredible success story thus far, and the retro-styled platformer will soon be expanded with a free Specter Knight prequel campaign. Nick Wozniak, an artist at developer Yacht Club Games, recently discussed the upcoming DLC with US Gamer, and he also revealed that Shovel Knight has hit another milestone.

According to the US Gamer article, Shovel Knight has now sold over 1.5 million copies across all platforms since it debuted in 2014. This number is up from 1.2 million in April, so it looks like Shovel Knight has moved another 300,000 copies in the past eight months. If you haven't tried it yet, you're missing out!

Fans of Telltale's Batman series don't have too much longer to wait for the thrilling conclusion of the series. Telltale Games announced earlier today that the fifth episode of Batman: The Telltale Series, entitled "City of Light," will launch on all platforms in just under a week on December 13th. City of Light revolves around the Children of Arkham as they execute the final act of a plan to take down the Wayne family name.

How far will you go to protect the city of Gotham? The power is in your hands.

The weekly software and hardware sales numbers from Japan are in, courtesy of Media Create, and long-awaited RPG Final Fantasy XV is top dog. Pokémon Sun and Moon enjoyed two weeks at the top, but Final Fantasy XV sold just under 700,000 units at launch to knock the twin 3DS games down to number two. Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS came in third, followed by Watch Dogs 2 and rounding out the top five with All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution.

In hardware, PlayStation 4 saw a massive sales boost this week, jumping from just under 34,000 to over 110,000 units sold. 3DS, Vita, and Wii U all saw sales increases as well, but Sony's console easily topped the charts. You can check out the full breakdown by clicking below.

We're closing in on the end of the year, and that means it's time to look back and reflect on all of 2016's greatest games. Over the past few weeks we've seen the Golden Joystick Awards and The Game Awards make their selections, and next up is Sony. The PlayStation Awards 2016 will be held on December 13th at 17:00 in Japan (3:00 AM Eastern), honoring the top games in Japan and other Asian territories. The show will be livestreamed on YouTube, and a pre-show event will start one hour earlier.

The weekly software and hardware sales numbers from Japan are in, courtesy of Media Create, and Pokémon Sun and Moon are still on top. After debuting at number one last week, the 3DS games sold another 375,665 solo units this week, as well as another 6,113 double packs. SD Gundam G Generation Genesis came in second, selling over 175,000 units across PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4.

Nintendo 3DS saw a sharp drop in sales this week (mostly because last week's numbers were inflated by the launch of new Pokémon games), but the handheld system still took the top hardware spot. PlayStation 4, Vita, and Wii U all posted improved numbers this week. You can check out the full breakdown by clicking below.

The weekly software and hardware sales numbers from Japan are in, courtesy of Media Create, and Pokémon Sun and Moon are the big winners. Nintendo moved nearly 1.6 million copies of the individual games, and then another 151,379 dual packs, easily taking the top spot on the charts with no close competitors.

This provided a huge boost to the Nintendo 3DS line of hardware, pushing the combined sales of all models over 100,000 for the week. Meanwhile, PlayStation 4 saw its sales plummet from over 90,000 last week to under 40,000 for this week. Wii U saw a slight sales bump, despite only having one game (Minecraft) in the top 20. You can check out the full breakdown by clicking below.

A New Frontier, the third season of the Walking Dead video game, has been delayed to December 20th. The first episode of the season will become available online on that day, with the remaining four episodes launching periodically over the following months. Physical copies of the game will not be released until February 17th, 2017.

The first episode of A New Frontier will cost $4.99 on all platforms, and all subsequent episodes will cost the same upon their release.

Back in August, Telltale released the first episode of Batman: The Telltale Series named Realm of Shadows. Today, Telltale released Episode 4: Guardian of Gotham, which will put players in "very different places" based on the choices you made in the previous episode. Telltale released an official synopsis and trailer of the latest episode, where Batman must make some difficult decisions.

Check out the trailer after the jump!

The NPD Group has released their sales report for the month of October, highlighting software and hardware data in the US, including Xbox One's fourth straight month as the top-selling home console. In software, Battlefield 1 was the big winner despite launching late in the month, and a record-breaking beta is likely to thank for the game's strong start. Mafia III and Gears of War 4 also made the top five, while Civilization VI and Titanfall 2 checked in at eighth and ninth place, respectively. You can check out the full list by clicking below!

Persona fans were disappointed earlier today when they received the unfortunate news that Persona 5 would be delayed yet again. This time, the game will be releasing on April 4th. However, Atlus has treated us to a brand new gameplay trailer to tide us over until the title's release. Fans of the series may instantly recognize that the iconic character Igor has a much deeper voice. I will warn that I've heard there is a meaning for this in the story, so don't go to Google just yet for answers!

You can check out the new gameplay trailer after the jump!

For the past couple of months, Persona fans have been patiently waiting for February 14th to come around. ATLUS had been slowly releasing videos with new details about Persona 5's story as well as information about the English voice actors to tide people over. Unfortunately, Persona fans will have to wait a bit longer. Earlier today, ATLUS announced that they had to push back the release of Persona 5 to April 4, 2017. ATLUS USA President Naoto Hiraoka explains that the delay was to ensure the English release of Persona 5 "reaches the same bar set by the Japanese release."

Read more after the jump!

The weekly software and hardware sales numbers are in from Japan, courtesy of Media Create, and Nintendo's stocking stuffer is a big hit. Japanese publication Famitsu reported that the Nintendo Classic Mini: Famicom sold over 260,000 units at launch, and Media Create agrees. This easily pushed it to the top of this week's hardware charts, thanks to nostalgia and a ¥5,980 (roughly $55) price tag.

PlayStation 4 sales surged from 32,041 to 92,344 this week thanks to the launch of the PlayStation 4 Pro. Sony's new hardware made up over two-thirds of total PlayStation 4 sales for the week. 3DS, Vita, and Wii U sales all saw a slight boost over last week's numbers. You can check out the full breakdown by clicking below.