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At Sony's E3 briefing today, Square Enix announced and showed footage of the latest installment in the Final Fantasy series, Final Fantasy XV. The game was formerly titled Final Fantasy Versus XIII.

Square Enix showed off a Japanese trailer, highlighting story and gameplay detals and showing off stunning graphics that are sure to please fans.

Check back here at Gamnesia for further details as the E3 conference unfolds!

Update: the trailer is now available, courtesy of GameTrailers!

Sony showed off a new trailer for Gran Turismo 6: The Real Driving Simulator at its E3 Briefing, touting the game's updated functions and new features. Developed by Polyphony Digital, the game boasts new physics and rendering engines, as well as new tire, suspension, and aerodynamics models. Gran Turismo 6 also features adaptive tessellation lighting, making for some spectacular visuals.

The title is set to launch on PlayStation 3 later this year.

Update: the trailer is now available after the jump!

The unique Sony Japan PSN game, Rain, has a new trailer courtesy of E3. This adventurous tale of two ghost-like kids takes place in a world where it constantly rains, and is due for release this fall on PSN. Are you ready to sing, dance, and avoid monsters in the rain?

UPDATE: The trailer is now live after the jump!

For Sony's first PlayStation 4 game unveiling, they showed off a brand new IP from Sony Santa Monica and Ready at Dawn called The Order: 1886. It is a steampunk shooter that has to do with the barrier between life and death. The entire trailer is shown off in their in-game engine, and it looks really good!

Any thoughts? Ready to try something from the developers of God of War? Want to pick up a steam punk rifle more so than a sword?

UPDATE: View the trailer after the jump!

Quantic Dream's Beyond: Two Souls has a new trailer, showing the female lead Jodie getting official training, running through a boot camp obstacle course, and "infiltrating" a building filled with armed soldiers. This is a staged event, all part of her training, of course. The second half of the trailer shows Jodie attacking a stereotypical Middle-Eastern area with high-powered weapons, with the goal of eliminating a man named Jamal. If you watched the reveal for Beyond at E3 2012, you'll be confused at how far a cry it is from that trailer, where she was seemingly psychic and the game had an entirely different tone. If you're interested in Beyond: Two Souls, head past the jump to see the trailer!

UPDATE: The trailer can now be viewed after the jump! Take a look!

The highly anticipated PlayStation 3 title The Last of Us has gotten a new trailer with this E3. For those unaware, The Last of Us is the latest project of studio Naughty Dog, the group behind Uncharted. It's a hardcore survival-action-stealth title. While the story takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting with foes similar to zombies, The Last of Us's story focuses more on the drama and relational development between its main characters, Ellie and Joel.

The Last of Us is set to release as a PlayStation 3 exclusive next Friday, June 14th.

Update: E3 2013 trailer added after the jump!

Going along with their incredibly good reputation with indie developers, Sony is announcing a number of indie titles for PlayStation 4. The first of these is by Supergiant Games, the developer of Bastion. Super Giant Games has announced that their new game, Transistor, will be making its console debut on PlayStation 4.

Transistor is a highly-stylized indie action title, with lots of fast-paced action and vibrant art. Look for it on PlayStation 4. No word yet on other platform releases.

Update: We have the video of the reveal now!

Ubisoft, at their E3 press conference today, announced a new television/video game hybrid: Rabbids Invasion. Partnered with Nickelodeon, this game is supposed to be like playing a television show. Microsoft is at the forefront of this new experiment, with a focus being on the Xbox One experience of the game, although it will be available for other devices as well.

The goal is to bring the living room to life, especially for children watching and wanting to take part in the action. As part of this new experience, viewers can dance, solve puzzles, and participate in numerous other ways to move the story forward. This is definitely a neat concept and it will be interesting to see how well it is implemented.

Update: We now have the reveal trailer!

Ubisoft announced a new racing game headed to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in early 2014. Entitled The Crew, it promises to elevate the genre to new heights through a combination of advanced world building not typically seen in racing games and abundant new social features.

The game features a robust "world map" based on the entire United States, much larger than what is considered "doable" on current generation platforms (think Forza Horizon but significantly bigger). Cooperative play sees a major boost in importance, in which players can instantly drop in and out of each other's games and form teams to take down a criminal organization - leading to massive car chase sequences.

In addition, The Crew gives players the ability to completely customize every aspect of their car - from performance-based parts like engines and brakes to cosmetic touches. This customization feature is accessible from tablets and smartphone devices.

Stay tuned for further updates and footage when it hits the net.

Update: We have the trailer for both games now!

Ubisoft has announced Trials Frontier and Trials Fusion, coming to mobile devices and consoles respectively. Trials Fusion will be making its way to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PC. Both versions can interact with each other in some way. Not much else is known about the titles, except that you can end up very high in the air. I'm not gonna try that at home.

What do you think about the reveal? Do you find it interesting? Share.

Update: the trailer has been added!

A trailer for Just Dance 2014 was shown at Ubisoft's E3 Press Conference. The game, which was leaked on the Xbox Live Marketplace prior to the event, will include a six-player dancing mode, an "On-Stage" mode, a DJ-mode that allows you to modify the music mid-dance, and a Wii U-specific feature known as Party Master, which features the use of the Gamepad.

The game will be available for all platforms, both current-gen and next-gen, this coming October.

Update: Check past the jump for the new E3 2013 trailer

"It's all about stealing from your neighbor and protecting your pile of loot" -- Ubisoft E3 2013 Press Conference

The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot is all about, as you might have guessed, loot and stealing, and it's opening up for a closed beta soon. According to the Ubisoft speaker, you can check out the game's website for that. The trailer shown for the game featured loads of laughs, mostly coming from the slapstick antics of the featured knight.

The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot will be releasing on PC at a later date.

Update: the trailer is now inside!

Splinter Cell: Blacklist is the sixth entry in the Splinter Cell series, and it's coming awfully soon. The game releases in late August of this year!

To give the game a final E3 push, Ubisoft has unveiled a brand new trailer. This new look at the adventure focuses on story elements dealing with the Blacklist terrorist group. We also get a look at the return of Spies vs. Mercenaries multiplayer mode.

We'll have the trailer posted as soon as it's available!

Update: We have the trailer inside!

At Ubisoft's E3 press conference today, Rocksmith 2014 Edition was announced. Rocksmith is an instrument-playing game where real instruments are used to play, unlike games such as Guitar Hero. A major difference between this edition and the previous Rocksmith is the all-new "Session Mode" which promises increased game play experiences.

Rocksmith 2014 Edition is set to be released in October and is said by Ubisoft to be the "fastest way to learn guitar." I guess we will have to see come October.

"We've created a house of cards, remove just one and everything falls apart" -- Teaser Trailer for Tom Clancy's The Division

In development by Massive Entertainment, Tom Clancy's The Division is set in a near-future where we no longer understand how to control our own economic system due to its intense complexity. A pandemic is also on the rise, and the United States government is set to deploy Directive 51, a plan to hopefully save mankind.

Tom Clancy's The Division will feature some tablet functionality, and will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Game play-wise, it's a third-person MMO shooter set in an open world based on New York City. Based on the game play footage shown, we can conclude that there will be a cover aspect to the shooting, as well as some RPG elements. Aesthetically, the game is in the common dark-realism style similar to that of many modern shooters.

Check out both the game play and teaser trailers for Tom Clancy's The Division after the jump!