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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.

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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: 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!

UPDATE - We have the new trailers, and they are yours to watch!

Ubisoft showed a new trailer and some new gameplay footage during its E3 Conference for Rayman Legends. Formerly a Wii U exclusive, it was delayed until later this year so it could simultaneously be released on other consoles. It will be released on the third of September. 

The game will feature different universes, competitive multiplayer modes, epic boss battles, awesome musical maps, and last but not least, over 120 levels. Like Ubisoft says, this'll be the biggest Rayman ever.

Watch Dogs appeared at Ubisoft's E3 conference this year with surprising results. The only thing the Ubisoft Montreal game had to show was a trailer that ironically leaked a day before. Viewers of last year's E3 know Watch Dogs was a surprise and a major hit. The trailer is included after the jump if you haven't seen it yet, but it's worth watching. While there's no new information right now, the game is still expected to release for nearly all modern consoles (excluding the Wii) and PC this November.

UPDATED: The new trailer for UFC is now available. Take a look!

During EA's E3 2013 press conference, EA Sports announced that a new UFC title would be releasing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next spring, and it was in the style of an actual at-ring announcer to boot. The new UFC, simply entitled UFC, will feature an immensely upgraded AI system, allowing computer players to appear to improvise in combat. 

Full Body Deformation, a system wherein players will be able to "feel" the authenticity of ever punch, will be added into the new game as well to allow for a level of immersion which goes beyond previous UFC titles.

UPDATED: A new trailer and demo have become available for the Siege of Shanghai map! Head inside to view them!

EA is in an interesting position with the upcoming Battlefield 4, torn between older fans who prefer the high tactics of the older titles and newer fans who prefer the sort of "big-action setpiece-driven linear shooter" type of game. From what we can see, EA is trying to balance these two types of games with Battlefield 4.

The title features a brand new form of game titled "Commander Mode," in which a single player of an entire team is given the ability to appraise the combat map from a top-down perspective and issue orders and commands. In addition, multiplayer arenas can grow to the size of 64 players in a single map.

Stay tuned as we update with footage and further details.

UPDATED: FIFA 14's new E3 trailer is now available. Take a look!

FIFA 14 was unveiled a while back by Electronic Arts, but at their press conference we finally got more details. The franchise is moving to the next generation with this next entry. Running on the brand new Ignite engine, improved graphics and physics are the main feature of FIFA 14. The stadiums feel alive, filled with life in this entry.

Drake introduced the game, stating he was a huge fan of the series. The rapper travels the world, following soccer as he moves across the globe. No doubt a famous face of the music industry is the best man to introduce a football game, right? Right?

Check back later the brand new trailer of the game.

The game is coming to current generation systems, but Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will also receive a tailor-made version of the game. The next generation entries will be playable at the show floor.

UPDATED: The trailer for the game can be found inside! Take a look!

At EA's press conference, football game manager Cam Weber detailed some of the major changes coming to the Sports Ignite Engine of Madden NFL 25. First, a True Step locomotion system gives players more control over their character than ever before, making them able to shift their momentum in new ways. It is affected by how the character's foot is planted, how they are moving, and in what direction the player wants them to move. Player Sense is a more enhanced AI for your teammates, allowing for more than 50 contextual movements, such as sliding between gaps and reacting to opponents' locations.

EA also rebuilt the character assignments, allowing for more realistic plays where the teammates act by themselves and change plays dynamically after the ball is hiked. Madden 25 includes some of the biggest innovations of any sports game in recent memory and will hopefully prove to be more addicting than past entries. You can look forward to playing Madden 25 on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this August, with Adrian Peterson gracing the cover, and see the trailer itself once it becomes available shortly.

UPDATED: The Need for Speed: Rivals demo is now online. Take a look at it inside!

Need for Speed: Rivals was demoed on-stage at EA's Press Conference. The demo showed Smartglass integration by having helicopter support being called in via a tablet, while two players competed in the roles of police and racers.

Also announced was a live-action Need For Speed Movie starring Aaron Paul. It was said to be in-production, and expected to arrive Spring 2014.

UPDATED: The trailer shown for the game can now be viewed! Hit the jump!

Mirror's Edge 2 made its premiere at EA's Press Conference today. A cinematic trailer was shown on-stage, featuring series protagonist, Faith, getting a tattoo, as well as running and fighting her way through a gauntlet of security.

The game, sequel to Mirror's Edge, a 2008 free-running action title, capped off EA's press conference, following a live demo of Battlefield 4. No release date was announced, though a message at the end stated: "Coming...When it's Ready."

It's the first day of E3 coverage and rumors are still surging, this time right out of GamesIndustry International. Apparently, Sony should be revealing a three pronged approach to their console pricing with multiple models ranging from $399 to $599. Their source for this? None listed, they simply state Sony will confirm this in their press conference later today. Earlier today, Microsoft revealed the price of the Xbox One at $499, a price many think is steep given the state of the world's economy right now.

Obviously we'll know the truth of this soon enough. Will we really see three models for the PlayStation 4 at launch? Sound off in the comments!