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A new trailer for the next installment in the Call of Duty series was recently released. The trailer, which focuses on the single-player campaign, starts with a shoot-out between astronauts on what looks to be a space station. The trailer goes on to show a future where the United States is in a state of ruin, leaving it open to invasion by unknown enemies. The game will follow a small group of trained soldiers, the ghosts, who are tasked with defending the country from these invaders.

According to a post on an Activision blog by community manager Dan Amrich, Call of Duty: Ghosts is "within the realm of plausibility." Regarding the scene from the trailer which shows a cylinder falling from a space platform to Earth, Amrich writes that "it's also been seriously considered by the United States Air Force as a military strike that could create mass devastation without nuclear fallout."

Check out the trailer for yourself after the jump!

Activision announced yesterday their collaboration with GameStop involving Eminem's new album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which is to be released on Tuesday, November 5th, the same day that Call of Duty: Ghosts releases. Preordering and purchasing Call of Duty: Ghosts at GameStop will earn you a code at launch to download a special edition of the new album, with an exclusive bonus track, for the discounted price of $8.99. Said offer is redeemable through the two weeks following launch.

In more Call of Duty news, Activision has released the first trailer detailing the game's campaign mode, as well as a statement concerning the game's preorder record. Click the jump to see the rest of the news and to watch the trailer.

Yesterday Sony released a trailer titled "A Day With Playstation," showing players using the new devices that are soon to hit the market. Despite being in Japanese, it does a great job in creating excitement for the next generation of gaming.

The four and a half minute trailer showcases many of the new features on the PlayStation 4, the PlayStation Vita, and the newly announced PlayStation Vita TV. Check out the video and a synopsis after the jump!

If you've been on the fence regarding whether or not to buy a PS Vita, maybe this newest update to the console will sway you.

The new PlayStation Vita PCH-2000, announced by Sony at their pre-TGS conference earlier today, is a slimmer, lighter version of the Vita we all know today. The system is 20% slimmer than the original, as well as 15% lighter. The updated console will be packing an extra hour of battery life, a micro-USB charger, as well as a surprising 1GB of built-in storage. The Vita 2000 will also have a change in screen power, with the system coming with a 5" LCD screen versus the original VIta's OLED screen. It will also be coming in six different colors, including pink, yellow, blue, white, black, and gray.

For more, hit the jump!

Knack is one of the PlayStation 4's flagship titles. During the Tokyo Game Show, Sony showed off the game again, releasing a new trailer. During the conference, a translator was dubbing over the entire video, translating the dialogue for us English speakers.

That's where it all goes wrong.

The Knack trailer does give us a good look at the game, but that's not the main attraction. The awkward dub of the video is worth a viewing, even if you have no plans to buy the game. From "There's some... scribbles," to "This is the apex of what I researched. This is an organism that I made research of," it's a joy to listen to from start to finish.

Hit the jump to watch the trailer.

"For us, it’s not just about technology (although that’s important too!), it’s about how you create an experience – how you breathe life into your creation and set it free. Rime is a very personal project and, together with Sony, we have high hopes for our offspring!"
— Raúl Rubio Munárriz, Creative Director, Tequila Works

Announced by Sony during their Gamescom 2013 presentation, Rime is a PlayStation 4 exclusive atmospheric adventure, and a damn pretty one at that. The teaser trailer shown depicted several scenes of a lone boy traversing a breath-taking, open island painted in soft yellows, greens, and browns as well as brief shots of one or two caverns, all with an aesthetic reminiscent of both ICO and The Witness. Perhaps the best word to describe the whole scene would be "elegant."

Now, even though it has just been announced, studio Tequila Works has seen fit to provide us with even more of Rime's beauty by way of concept art, a minor resolution upgrade to the previously-uploaded teaser video, and some high-resolution screenshots from that teaser. The new art, three pieces in total, wonderfully conveys Rime's style and even goes as far as to create a sense of mystery through depicting structures, which appear to be altered or even erected by man on what appears to be a solitary island with no human beings aside from the solitary boy shown in the trailer.

The concept art and the trailer are after the jump, so click it if you're interested.

Watch Dogs is shaping up to be one of the most exciting games of this fall, and Ubisoft is ratcheting up the anticipation with the release of a 14-minute gameplay demo. The video reveals some new gameplay elements we haven’t seen before, along with applications for more familiar elements like hacking.

The video shows off some of the open-world gameplay we can expect, like breaking into cars and hacking into the city’s computer system to change the environment (known as CtOS—see what they did there?). But there’s a few things that we’re seeing for the first time, like the randomly generated crime-fighting missions via the city’s crime prediction system, and "focus", which is basically bullet-time. Battling crime improves your reputation so people view you as less of a terrorist, but the perpetrator has the ability to fight back. In the video, a chase is triggered and the player takes some fire from the criminal. The coolest part, as seen in previous gameplay videos, is using the blocker to crash cars.

Head inside to see 14 minutes of hacking, running, driving, shooting, and multiplayer!

Good news, Windows gamers! For those folks among us with Windows 8 or a Windows Phone 8, get ready to anticipate some upcoming games from Gameloft and Amiga Games at your leisure. Amiga Games is set to release 50 titles for these Microsoft platforms before 2014, and they may increase that number to 500 later. As for Gameloft, they intend to release fifteen games over the next twelve months, with Asphalt 8: Airborne, Despicable Me: Minion Rush, Dungeon Hunter 4, Six Guns, Total Conquest, and UNO & Friends set to come out this year. The others are due for a 2014 release date; these games will launch simultaneously on both platforms.

Click the jump to see the new trailer for Asphalt 8: Airborne.

Hot off the heels of the high-profile Half-Genie Hero kickstarter comes an official trailer for the third in what WayForward is calling the 'pixel trilogy' of Shantae games. This new trailer shows off some of the gameplay and a bit of story regarding Scuttle Town's new mayor, the Ammo Baron. I guess he no longer has a thing for Shantae. A few enemies from the original Game Boy Color game also make their return after missing out on the DSiWare adventure, including those nasty sludge-looking blobs and the bane of my existence, the evil blue crab/lobster things. At least they look a lot cooler now than on the Game Boy Color, but not as impressive in my opinion.

Check out the trailer after the jump!

What do you think? Are you as excited to find out what the pirate's curse is as I am? Let me know in the comments!

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse is a full remake to the 16-bit era classic of the same name. The game was released onto PC, Xbox Live Arcade, and PlayStation Network two days ago at a price of $14.99, and to coincide with the Castle of Illusion's launch, Sega plopped a nice, little, aptly-titled launch trailer onto YouTube.

The trailer does a great job conveying the simplistic, "wonderful" presentation of a Disney classic, with a simple narration over a few nicely drawn pictures of Mickey and Minnie followed by several different clips of gameplay across many of Castle of Illusion's beautiful 2.5D worlds.

I know virtually nothing about this title outside of the basic concept, but the beauty of its aesthetic alone has at least turned my head. How about you? Head past the jump for Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse's launch trailer.

Marvel's website just released a new trailer for Lego Marvel Super Heroes that gives Stan Lee great power. In the short video, Lee is shown adopting all the powers of his greatest creations; he transforms into a white-haired Hulk, shoots energy beams like Iron Man, has Mr. Incredible's stretchy limbs, and more! Stan Lee has always wanted to be a part of the universe he's created -- he's appeared in numerous film cameos, created a parkour video, and was a playable character in Beenox's The Amazing Spider-Man, where he had all of Spider-Man's powers -- so it's great to see him getting this recognition.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes is already looking to be a blast for people of all ages, but the inclusion of Stan Lee somehow makes it more endearing. Seeing as how he has nearly every power it can be assumed he'll have limits to his usage -- maybe he'll be unlocked only late in the game, or is a pre-order bonus, or can only be used when revisiting levels. In any case, make the jump to see Stan Lee enjoying life and becoming a part of his creations.

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate is an upcoming two-dimensional action game with three-dimensional art developed by Armature Studio (Metal Gear Solid HD Collection for PlayStation Vita) and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Taking place after the events that occur in Batman: Arkham Origins, Blackgate follows a prison uprising at the Blackgate prison.

Recently uploaded by GameSpot, a new Blackgate trailer highlights a comic book-esque opening cinematic featuring Captain Gordan, Catwoman, and Batman himself.

Take a look at it by clicking on the jump!

I can hardly wait, can you? It's just a few days before Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix comes out in North America on September 10th and in Europe on September 13th. To commemorate this event, Square Enix has presented us with a new trailer for the HD collection, focusing primarily on Re: Chain of Memories this time around.

The card game battle system is displayed and shown off rather stylishly, along with a few cutscenes that pertain to the plot. The 358/2 Days side-story is also set to appear in the HD collection, but it will only appear via cutscenes in order to speed up development.

Rayman Legends is an upcoming, awesome-looking platformer game releasing for PCs (Windows), PlayStation 3 & Vita, Xbox 360, and Nintendo's Wii U.

Sure to immerse players in its fast-paced gameplay and stunning graphics, Rayman Legends is sure to provide players, who haven't already gotten the chance, with a legendary experience.

Rayman Legends has already been released in Australia and Europe. It is looking at a North American release date of September 3rd and a Japan release date of October 17th but will only be launching in Japan for the Wii U.

Check out the game's amazing launch trailer and get a look at the Japanese box art of the game by clicking the jump!

Angry Birds: Star Wars is, believe it or not, a cross-over game series between Star Wars and Angry Birds. The makers of Angry Birds, Rovio Entertainment, partnered with Lucasfilm to create what many are calling an addicting cross-over for the everyday mainstream gamer.

Consisting of over 200 levels, Angry Birds: Star Wars is already out for smartphones and tablets, and it will be available for consoles late this October.

Prices will range from $29.99 to $49.99 and will feature brand new levels, features, and platform-unique design elements. Also being included in the newer console and handheld versions is the new multiplayer mode!

To learn more about multiplayer mode and check out the trailer, click on the jump!