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Project X Zone is an upcoming action RPG developed by Capcom. And SEGA. And Namco-Bandai... It's huge, okay? After a big push to get the upcoming 3DS crossover released in Western markets, Project X Zone finally sees an official reveal trailer, and though it won't do much to sway those still unconvinced, it's a great way to keep excitement alive if you've already decided to pick up a copy of the game.

Boot up your home consoles/PC and get ready to take to the streets of Gotham once more because Batman: Arkham Origins is set for a release this Fall on October 25th on the Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Arkham Origins is a prequel to Arkham Asylum and City being developed by Warner Bros. Montreal, so long Rocksteady. Arkham Origins takes place on the streets of Gotham on a Christmas Eve where eight of the world's deadliest assassins come to Gotham City and all of them have their sights set on none other than Batman himself. The latest GameInformer cover features Deathstroke as one of the eight assassins

There is also a spin-off for the 3DS and Vita called Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate coming out soon that is being developed by Armature Studios, a studio made up of ex-Retro Studios staff members that worked on the Metroid Prime series.


Uh-oh, I can hear the hate from here, but Game Freak has officially shown off a new Pokémon for the upcoming X and Y game-pair that bears a striking resemblance to Mewtwo. However, it has yet to be officially confirmed as Mewtwo in a new Form, but the Pokémon itself has been confirmed as legitimate with some official artwork and gameplay footage. Whether it's a new form or the fabled "Mewthree" is still up for debate, but I for one am certainly excited to see what will become of this! Be sure to watch the video to see this new Pokémon in action!

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut has been getting a lot of buzz from the Wii U community lately. Of course, what would all this hype be without a trailer? The above video is the announcement video for the upcoming Wii U title, and though i've never played a Deus Ex game before, it looks like now may be a great time to start. What do you think?

Following in the footsteps of fan creations like Pokémon Reorchestrated and Twilight Symphony, Nintendo fan Blake Robinson has put his best efforts forward to create Super Metroid Symphony, which takes 60 minutes of music from the SNES classic Super Metroid and beefs it up with a fantastic orchestral sound. Super Metroid Symphony is available on iTunes and Loudr, and while the album preview can be found alongside several other wonderful orchestrations on his YouTube channel, the full product of Blake Robinson's efforts can be purchased for just $9.99.

Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2013 is in full swing, and at their keynote earlier today Kojima Productions had a treat for Metal Gear Solid fans. Above is the announcement trailer for Metal Gear Solid V, which I will let speak for itself. Which consoles the title is coming to is yet to be announced, but expect more news soon.

The day is finally upon us, you can now go out and buy BioShock Infinite to meet your heart's desire; the skies of Columbia are no yours to traverse. Still questioning whether or not you should pick yourself up a copy of the third BioShock game? Perhaps this launch trailer will help convince you otherwise. Infinite has been met with superb reviews so far, and the high scores just keep rolling in, so be sure to check it out!

Excited for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag? It's alright not to be, we did just get ACIII nearly half a year ago. But Black Flag surely is doing its best to expand upon its gameplay by letting players take to the seas to not only wage war against other ships, but to search the ocean floors for treasure and battle sharks. The trailer also shows the on-land portions of the game and the forests/jungles the players can traverse are simply stunning, looking lush and vibrant from all angles. It may not divulge much upon the story of Black Flag, but it's bound to at least garner your interest so be sure to check it out!

Well, it's here! The official launch trailer for the long-awaited sequel to Luigi's Mansion. Dark Moon has already been selling like crazy in Japan, and it wouldn't surprise me one bit if it did just as well upon it's launch in North America and Europe over the next week. This is going to be one of the 3DS' biggest hitters for sure.


Pandora's Tower is the third and final game highlighted by the Operation Rainfall movement, all three of which were released to huge success in Japan while having little to no chance of localization. After testing the waters with Xenoblade Chronicles and further fanservice with The Last Story, Pandora's Tower is finally being released to western audiences. In fact, some locations have already gotten their hands on it. Knowing very little about the game, this trailer has already convinced me to cave—the visuals, the music, the voice acting, and more are absolutely stunning, and the plot and themes are no child's turf.

Even if you have no interest in Pandora's Tower, I strongly recommend you give the trailer a watch. It's very powerful and only takes two minutes of your time—and who knows, maybe it will convince you to buy a great new game.


Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies is the upcoming installment Professor Layton series, a popular brand of puzzle-adventure titles for Nintendo's handheld consoles. Following the events of last year's Miracle Mask, Azran Legacies will be the final Professor Layton title to feature Professor Layton himself as the protagonist. Azran Legacies was shown a few days ago via Nintendo Direct, and thanks to Siliconera, we now have a better understanding of the title. Head past the jump to read all about it!


Castlevania: Lord of Shadow — Mirror of Fate is the upcoming 3DS entry in Konami's Castlevania franchise. Mirror of Fate has consistently shown us trailers displaying strong gameplay, but now we see a story trailer to go along with it. This trailer shows us the motivations of Simon Belmont, the hero of the original Castlevania, in pursuit of his missing father.

The video shows that the game features full voice acting which is none too shabby. Unfortunately, the cinematics accompanying much of it seems to drag the experience down. The trailer concludes with another display of the Lords of Shadow gameplay, ensuring us once again that it will be a fun experience. Most of this video is really hit-or-miss for me, but what do you think of the new story trailer?


Yesterday morning, Nintendo held another Nintendo Direct stream, this time for Japan only and based around Nintendo 3DS. The stream is all in Japanese, but it shows off Monster Hunter 4, a new game by Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, and a game in which giant robots fight each other to unfitting music. But that's not all; there's still Castlevania, Professor Layton, and much, much more! The video is all in Japanese, but if you're interested to see some of what the 3DS might have in store (for Japan, anyway), be sure to check it out. Or if you'd prefer, you can find a breakdown of the stream's information right here.


February 20th brought Sony fans one of the most significant days in years, and it brought us over five pages of new content. In the stream of news, some of you readers have surely missed a few stories, so we've decided to compile every piece of PlayStation 4 news from the last two days into one convenient list. Check out the video above to see Sony's great summary of the announced software, and head past the jump to catch up on all your PlayStation 4 news! (Or check out a three-minute summary satire for a good laugh)

At today's PlayStation meeting, Ubisoft displayed Watch Dogs for PlayStation 4. The game appears to be heavily inspired by the Assassin's Creed franchise in style and gameplay, but it features a modern, cyberconnected world and a story taking place in the lovely city of Chicago. Check out the action-packed trailer to see stealth, chase sequences, and exploding trains! What's equally exciting is that the end of the trailer confirms rumors that Watch Dogs is coming to the Wii U, in the form of a cute little logo at the bottom of the screen. Keep your eyes peeled for more Watch Dogs information as it comes!