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Watch Dogs appeared at Ubisoft's E3 conference this year with surprising results. The only thing the Ubisoft Montreal game had to show was a trailer that ironically leaked a day before. Viewers of last year's E3 know Watch Dogs was a surprise and a major hit. The trailer is included after the jump if you haven't seen it yet, but it's worth watching. While there's no new information right now, the game is still expected to release for nearly all modern consoles (excluding the Wii) and PC this November.

UPDATED: The new trailer for UFC is now available. Take a look!

During EA's E3 2013 press conference, EA Sports announced that a new UFC title would be releasing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next spring, and it was in the style of an actual at-ring announcer to boot. The new UFC, simply entitled UFC, will feature an immensely upgraded AI system, allowing computer players to appear to improvise in combat. 

Full Body Deformation, a system wherein players will be able to "feel" the authenticity of ever punch, will be added into the new game as well to allow for a level of immersion which goes beyond previous UFC titles.

UPDATED: A new trailer and demo have become available for the Siege of Shanghai map! Head inside to view them!

EA is in an interesting position with the upcoming Battlefield 4, torn between older fans who prefer the high tactics of the older titles and newer fans who prefer the sort of "big-action setpiece-driven linear shooter" type of game. From what we can see, EA is trying to balance these two types of games with Battlefield 4.

The title features a brand new form of game titled "Commander Mode," in which a single player of an entire team is given the ability to appraise the combat map from a top-down perspective and issue orders and commands. In addition, multiplayer arenas can grow to the size of 64 players in a single map.

Stay tuned as we update with footage and further details.

UPDATED: FIFA 14's new E3 trailer is now available. Take a look!

FIFA 14 was unveiled a while back by Electronic Arts, but at their press conference we finally got more details. The franchise is moving to the next generation with this next entry. Running on the brand new Ignite engine, improved graphics and physics are the main feature of FIFA 14. The stadiums feel alive, filled with life in this entry.

Drake introduced the game, stating he was a huge fan of the series. The rapper travels the world, following soccer as he moves across the globe. No doubt a famous face of the music industry is the best man to introduce a football game, right? Right?

Check back later the brand new trailer of the game.

The game is coming to current generation systems, but Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will also receive a tailor-made version of the game. The next generation entries will be playable at the show floor.

UPDATED: The trailer for the game can be found inside! Take a look!

At EA's press conference, football game manager Cam Weber detailed some of the major changes coming to the Sports Ignite Engine of Madden NFL 25. First, a True Step locomotion system gives players more control over their character than ever before, making them able to shift their momentum in new ways. It is affected by how the character's foot is planted, how they are moving, and in what direction the player wants them to move. Player Sense is a more enhanced AI for your teammates, allowing for more than 50 contextual movements, such as sliding between gaps and reacting to opponents' locations.

EA also rebuilt the character assignments, allowing for more realistic plays where the teammates act by themselves and change plays dynamically after the ball is hiked. Madden 25 includes some of the biggest innovations of any sports game in recent memory and will hopefully prove to be more addicting than past entries. You can look forward to playing Madden 25 on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this August, with Adrian Peterson gracing the cover, and see the trailer itself once it becomes available shortly.

UPDATED: The trailer shown for the game can now be viewed! Hit the jump!

Mirror's Edge 2 made its premiere at EA's Press Conference today. A cinematic trailer was shown on-stage, featuring series protagonist, Faith, getting a tattoo, as well as running and fighting her way through a gauntlet of security.

The game, sequel to Mirror's Edge, a 2008 free-running action title, capped off EA's press conference, following a live demo of Battlefield 4. No release date was announced, though a message at the end stated: "Coming...When it's Ready."

UPDATED: Both a trailer and gameplay footage are now available! Check out both of them inside!

Plants vs. Zombies has entertained millions of people worldwide. It has released on iOS and Android devices and moved on to almost every console and handheld on the market. The game has been ported here and there and everywhere. The series continues to find new fans.

Introducing Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. The game is a third-person shooter in the PvZ universe. You play as plants, like Peashooter, and you shoot zombies. Gone are the tower-defense elements, replaced by tactical four-player co-op play.

The game follows the same structure of Plants vs. Zombies, using enemy waves and occasional bosses to challenge players.

The game is being developed by PopCap, creators of the original PvZ. It is coming to Xbox One, and later to Xbox 360, sometime soon.

As usual, EA brings new information on the next entry in their Basketball franchise, NBA Live 14 for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. They brought on Kyrie Irving to do some kind of spoken verse poetry before bringing someone up to actually explain the new engine known as Ignite. The ball physics are done by something called "bounceTek" to improve how the ball moves around on the court to make it more realistic. Updates to the rosters will also be done in-game. Any thoughts about this new Ignite engine and the new physics to make the game more realistic? Ready to play ball with the next entry in NBA the franchise?

UPDATED: The official E3 preview can be found after the jump. Take a look!

EA Games has announced the next entry in the Star Wars: Battlefront series, currently titled... well, just Star Wars: Battlefront for now. This is the first new game announced from EA's new deal with Disney to publish all forthcoming Star Wars video game titles, and the game is slated to run on a variant of Frostbite Engine 3. We know for sure it's heading to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4; no word on current gen systems yet.

This is huge news for Star Wars fans - the original two titles, released two generations ago, have attained an almost legendary status among series fans. Despite numerous attempts at continuing the series under a variety of developers, a third major console entry never made it off the ground.

We'll be updating with the teaser video shown at the conference as soon as it hits the net - stand by for further videos and information.

UPDATE: You can see the new trailer after the jump!

In today's E3 Press Conference, EA announced Dragon Age: Inquisition, the third game in BioWare's famous RPG series. The game is set in an open, interactive world that responds to your choices and decisions. Murrigan and other characters will also return.

Watch Dogs was unveiled by Ubisoft at E3 last year, and the game has snowballed quite a bit since then. The title is one of the most popular topics on the web, and one of the most anticipated experiences of the year.

Ubisoft loves their CG trailers, with new Assassin's Creed ones becoming an annual tradition. However, the publisher has put together a fancy new trailer for Watch Dogs for viewing at their press conference. It will drop a bomb.

Unfortunately for Ubisoft, the trailer leaked. Good for us though!

Have a look into the world of Watch Dogs after the jump.

UPDATE: The trailer is now live! Check it out after the jump.

Near the end of their conference Monday, Microsoft put on a...slightly with Battlefield 4: Second Assault. While it took the A/V guy some time to get the trailer working, once it got up and running we were treated a graphical feast. Developed by DICE games, it looks like the newest installment in the popular shooting franchise is going to please its fans.

We saw a focus on squad-related combat as they moved through the gameplay, and then saw some naval combat as well; it looks like Battlefield 4 is being set on a large stage indeed, and the scale of the conflict seems even bigger and shinier than in recent entries.

UPDATE: The trailer is live! View it after the jump.

In a surprising move, Microsoft started off its E3 conference with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. We learned a lot of new details about the newest installment; along with coming to the Xbox One, it's also going to be open-world, with real time weather and time passage. The gameplay looks drastically different; it reminded me of the fight against The End in Metal Gear Solid 3, but drastically expanded upon. The graphics, of course, are phenomenal.

There are tons of ways to travel, it seems. We also saw a lot of characters: Miller appears to be blinded, Snake is now referred to as Punished Snake, we saw Otacon's father, what appears to be a new enemy called Skull Face -- and of course, Ocelot. The music was phenomenal, and all in all it caused a lot of hype -- even though Phantom Pain isn't one of those exclusives Microsoft was talking about.

UPDATED: The trailer shown at Microsoft's conference is now available. Take a look.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has been announced for Xbox One by CD Projekt Red. The game is also coming to PlayStation 4 and PC.

The new entry in the series feels "native to next-gen platforms," with fantastic graphics and new technology integration. The game features an expansive open world with very, very fast travel. New tactical combat is also being implemented into the series. Witcher 3 on Xbox One also features exclusive SmartGlass integration.

Wild Hunt is being advertised as the "final installment." This could mean the end of our protagonist's story, or the conclusion of the entire franchise. Either way, it's been one hell of a ride.

The game arrives sometime next year.

UPDATE: The trailer is live! View it after the jump.

Exclusive to Xbox One, a new Halo title has been announced for 2014. Unlike the iOS Halo or the Halo television series, Xbox One's game will be a traditional FPS-style Halo. The 343 Industries team member who announced the new Halo spoke especially to the world the franchise has created, as well as the heroism of series protagonist Master Chief.

The teaser video shown for the game gave viewers the view of an expansive desert and a cloaked figure walking across it. A mech began to rise from a pit, and the cloaked figure's hood fell, revealing Master Chief, dog tags in-hand.

Beyond the franchise name, "Halo." No title was given to this new entry in the series.