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It's been nearly 13 years since Kingdom Hearts II debuted on PlayStation 2, and its successor is finally nearing its release. We've still got a little over a month until Kingdom Hearts III drops, but Square Enix is keeping the hype strong with three new promotional videos in December. The first one just launched, and it features the game's opening cinematic along with a new theme song (from Hikaru Utada and Skrillex) called Face My Fears.

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It's been a long journey for developer Ackk Studios, but they're finally nearing the release of YIIK: A Postmodern RPG. Inspired by the canceled EarthBound 64 project, YIIK is a sci-fi adventure that explores themes of nihilism, growing up, and the supernatural. We first got our hands on it nearly three years ago, and after a lengthy retooling process, Ackk Studios has revealed that it's coming out next month.

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There have been several big reveals at The Game Awards tonight. Among them was an announcement for Mortal Kombat 11. Even though the reveal only showed off a CG trailer, it looks like we won't be waiting long for the game, because it's coming out on April 23rd.

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Obsidian Entertainment, the development team behind the original Fallout, trademarked the phrase "The Outer Worlds" earlier this year. During The Game Awards 2018, they unveiled this mystery project as an upcoming game set in the future when mankind lives at the edges of the galaxy. Despite Obsidian recently being acquired by Microsoft, The Outer Worlds is headed to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next year.

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It was rumored that we would be seeing a remaster of Crash Team Racing. Now, thanks to The Game Awards, these rumors are confirmed to be true.

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Yesterday, Ubisoft teased that The Game Awards 2018 would feature the reveal of a new Far Cry game, and they did not disappoint. As rumored, the upcoming game is titled Far Cry: New Dawn, and it's set in a post-apocalyptic world after nukes have dropped on Montana. Ubisoft debuted a trailer for the game along with a release date of February 15, 2019. You can get it on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC for $39.99.

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Fallout 76's release has been rocky. Reviews haven't been kind to the game, saying that it's underdeveloped, sterile, and far too buggy—even by Bethesda standards. Bethesda has been doing damage control since the game's release, but one certain mishap got them in a lot of hot water. Those who preordered the special Power Armor Edition were promised, among other things, a special Fallout-themed canvas bag. What they got was a nylon sack.

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We're just one month and three weeks away from the launch of the Resident Evil 2 remake, and Capcom is cranking up the hype! They've yet to announce the playable demo that fans so desperately crave, but in its absence they're releasing a steady stream of exciting and horrifying new footage. Today we have over half an hour of new gameplay featuring Ada Wong, the terrifying Tyrant, and more.

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One of Capcom's most beloved survival-horror classics will soon be given new life for modern audiences. The new and improved Resident Evil 2 will feature much of the Raccoon City adventure that you know and love (and fear), but with a new camera and control style, drastically improved graphics, and some story tweaks. On top of that, Capcom has just revealed that this new HD Raccoon City will feature some completely original areas.

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It's been an excruciating wait for longtime fans of Kingdom Hearts, but Square Enix has finally finished development on the third main series entry in the franchise. It's now set to launch on January 29th. With just two months left to go, you might think there's little left to show off, but Square Enix still has plenty of hype-raising teasers planned, including three new trailers next month.

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After many years in development, Rockstar finally unleashed Red Dead Redemption 2 on the world on October 26th. The Western adventure launched to critical acclaim and has quickly attracted over 17 million players, but the full experience has yet to arrive. In addition to the main campaign, Rockstar has just started rolling out the beta version of Red Dead Online, but it's not yet available to everyone. So, when can you start playing?

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Kingdom Hearts III has been in development for what feels like an eternity, and internal and external delays have pushed its release date back, but there's finally a light at the end of the tunnel. The highly-anticipated crossover game is set for release next January, and there will be no further delays as director Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed that development is complete. This news was accompanied by an extensive new trailer that shows off the game's numerous worlds.

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Capcom's classic survival-horror game Resident Evil 2 will soon be reborn in the beautiful new RE Engine, giving fans old and new alike the chance to experience the terrors of Raccoon City in HD. You can get your hands on the Resident Evil 2 remake on January 25, 2019, but in the meantime, PlayStation Underground has just uploaded fifteen minutes of new gameplay footage featuring Claire, Sherry, and the dreaded Lickers.

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Sony has made the surprising decision to drop out of 2019's Electronic Entertainment Expo. The group behind E3, the Entertainment Software Association, confirmed today that Sony has decided to skip E3 entirely. Neither Sony nor the Entertainment Software Association has released the reasons behind Sony's departure, but the decision could have dire consequences for E3's future.

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The Game Awards 2018 is coming up in just a few weeks, and it's expected to be packed with more announcements than any previous show. Of course, as the name of the event indicates, the focus of The Game Awards is to honor the best video games from 2018. With that in mind, host and creator Geoff Keighley just revealed all the categories and nominees up for awards.

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