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Microsoft announced a new Xbox One title at its E3 briefing today, entitled Below. We saw a trailer with some neat top-down gameplay that looked pretty sweet.

The game is being developed by Capybara Games, an indie developer that produced Superbrothers.

Are you looking forward to the title?

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

Microsoft talked more about their new exclusive Xbox One game Quantum Break today at their E3 briefing. Although they did not share any gameplay footage, they did show a cutscene from the game and gave us plenty of new details!

The game is being produced by Remedy Entertainment, the team behind Alan Wake and Max Payne. The game is an action game that will be linked to a television show; by watching the show, it impacts the way that you play the game and creates your own personalized version of the show. The cutscene showed us that the main character is Jack Joyce, who is living in a world where time has seemingly broken down.

Are you looking forward to Quantum Break?

Project Cars is a beautiful racing game coming to PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U in the second Quarter of 2014. The team also has plans for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases once they can get the necessary extra funding. The game is in development by Slightly Mad Studios, and the game's producer, Ian Bell, has expressed an intriguing idea for the game's Wii U version. As he mentions in an interview regarding Project Cars, Bell hopes that Slightly Mad Studios' racer can become "the Forza" equivalent for Wii U owners:

"On the Wii U, there's an opportunity there for us to 'be the Forza' on that platform. The Wii U is a great machine and the gamepad holds lots of possibilities so it's really exciting to bring a title like Project CARS to that platform and let Nintendo fans finally get their hands on a realistic car game." -- Ian Bell

Would Project Cars be enough to satisfy your racer cravings?

Following a short and ambiguous teaser video, it was revealed that Square Enix was developing Deus Ex: The Fall as an iOS application, a strange choice given the full-scale PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC releases of Deus Ex: Human Revolution in 2011 and the upcoming release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut for Wii U. Deus Ex: The Fall, in development by Eidos Montreal and being published by Square Enix, has just gotten its first game play trailer.

Even though The Fall is releasing on a completely different platform than its predecessor, it looks like it will still retain a similar structure to that of Deus: Ex Human Revolution, with first person exploration and shooting, switching to an over-the-shoulder perspective while in cover, and allowing players to take a stealthy approach to combat.

Check out the new game play trailer for Deus Ex: The Fall after the jump!

Splinter Cell: Blacklist is the sixth entry in the Splinter Cell series. Announced at E3 last year, the game is gearing up for another Expo before its release on August 20th in North America.

To get bodies ready for the conference, Ubisoft has unveiled the Inauguration trailer of the game. We get a look at all the presidents that have governed the United States of America, paralleling Sam Fisher's objectives on the battlefield. It's up to the spy to protect the country by hunting down terrorists across the globe.

Take a look at the trailer after the jump.

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist releases on Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on August 20th in North America, August 23rd in Europe, and August 22nd in Australia.

Dying Light was announced by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment a few weeks ago. The game is being developed by Techland. The gameplay involves a free-running parkour focus in a zombie-infested Rio de Janeiro. A sandbox-style overworld and upgradeable weapons add more to the mix, with a (supposedly) amazing day-and-night system running throughout the game.

With upgradeable weapons and zombies mixed with parkour, Dying Light seems like a cross between Mirror's Edge and Dead Island, but it sets itself apart in this new trailer. It's very dark, yet you can sense the freedom of the world.

The CG E3 trailer can be found after the jump.

Dying Light comes out on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2014.

Deep Silver is publishing the new Saints Row game, and boy does it look crazy. The latest trailer has been unveiled to correspond with the big Electronic Entertainment Expo, and it is insane.

The President of the United States of America will fight evil in the nude with brand new superpowers. The most epic, dramatic Saints Row yet will star Benjamin "Motherfucking" King, the President, Pierce Washington, Kinzie Kensington, Shaundi, Shaundi (that's right, they went there), Asha Odekar, and a new star: Keith David, as Keith David.

To see the epic, gritty, hilarious trailer hit the jump.

Saints Row IV is coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on August 20th in North America, August 22nd in Australia, and August 23rd in Europe.

The Nazis beat everyone to the bomb in this alternate universe. Wolfenstein: The New Order takes place in a world different from the one we know. The Third Reich has conquered the planet in this entry, including powerful metropolises such as New York City and London. The year is 1960, and the only man freedom can rely on is B.J. Blazkowicz.

This is one fantastic setting for the revived franchise. It's frightening to see the Swastika covering Washington D.C., yet darkly humorous. The depiction of Nazis on Abbey Road is a chuckle-worthy parody on the Beatles, yet it also creates the dark atmosphere of the game. It's one helluva exposition, and I can't wait to see more.

To see the E3 trailer, hit the jump.  

DuckTales Remastered is currently being developed by WayForward. The game will be distributed by Capcom this summer. The downloadable title is coming to PSN, Xbox Live, Nintendo eShop, and PC. With a massive nostalgia factor and the platforming promise of WayForward, the title is shaping up to be something fantastic.

To get bodies ready, Capcom has released a special E3 trailer for the game. Launchpad describes the terrifying Transylvania territory for Scrooge McDuck. The postcard trailer acts as a tourism video of the area, naming the marvels of the spooky mansion.

Hop inside to see the trailer!

IGN has confirmed that the free-to-play shooter Warframe, being worked on by Dark Sector developer Digital Extremes, will be making its way to PlayStation 4, and as a launch title no less. In an announcement interview with the game's creative director, Steve Sinclair, IGN also managed to get a bit of insight into the concepts and ideas guiding Warframe's development as well as the team's experience working with Sony.

As far as the big picture is concerned, Sinclair says, laughing, Warframe is "a big, messy space ninja game," also mentioning that the game isn't so much about competition, as shooters traditionally are, as it is about cooperation. Sinclair also spoke on the inspiration for the project, saying that he wanted to make "Something with a smaller team, something we were very passionate about," and how that yearning turned into the formerly PC-exclusive Warframe released earlier this year.

Per its recently fantastic reputation with indie developers, apparently Sony was actually the one to reach out to Digital Extremes about the possibility of bringing Warframe to the PlayStation 4.

Head past the jump to hear more from Warframe's creative director about this new announcement!

The latest Thief game has had a troubling development cycle. However, the game finally has a solid vision and a release window. Square Enix and Eidos Montreal are bringing Thief to the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2014.

To buy a ticket to the E3 hype train, a live action trailer for the game has been produced. There is no actual gameplay shown, which may worry fans. With the game's bumpy road to release, many Thief lovers are anxious to see how the game plays on the show floor.

Despite all this, the live action trailer for Thief is very slick and enticing. I can't wait to see the game in action next week.

To see the trailer, hit the jump!

Pikmin 3 releases on July 26th in Europe and August 4th in North America. What was once supposed to be a Wii U launch title is now a summer blockbuster. The game has been demanded by fans for almost a decade ever since Pikmin 2 was released, but the wait is almost over!

The Pikmin 3 website has opened... in Japan. However, the linguistic differences make no matter! Some fresh new screenshots have emerged, as well as a video compilation of the game.

A picture is truly worth a thousand words so I'm going to shut up now so you can look at the images...

Well the images are after the jump. Hop on in! I'll promise I'll stop talking then.

Atlus has confirmed via GTTV that the company has picked up the publishing rights to Zombie Studios' first-person horror game Daylight. The scares are randomly generated, so the player will never be prepared for a scare.

Here's the game's official description.

"Waking up in an abandoned hospital with only your cell phone for illumination, you explore the institution's dark criminal past as you attempt to escape. In Daylight no two experiences are the same, and it is best played alone in the dark.

Daylight introduces gamers to a procedurally generated world that replicates the horrifying nature of Daylight over and over again, but creates a different environment for each new game. Each time the player begins a new game, they experience a new world with new content and encounters; from the layout of the building and the things they seek to the events they encounter, it is never the same experience twice."

Daylight arrives in 2014 on PlayStation 4. It is a download-only title on PSN.

For some screenshots and a trailer, hit the jump!

Team Ninja and Tecmo Koei have released a trailer for Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z. The game is a spin-off of the Ninja Gaiden series we all know and love, with an emphasis on zombies.

You control Yaiba, a victim of Ryu Hayabusa's fighting. The cyborg was killed by the ninja, but was brought back to life through the miracle of robotic technology. A new adventure ensues, as Yaiba hunts down and slices up zombies into tiny little pieces while seeking out his murderer.

The game has no confirmed platforms yet, although Team Ninja has unveiled an official site for the game. It can be found right here.

To see the full trailer, hit the jump!