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With a deeper insight into the inner machinations of Team Sonic Racing at SXSW 2019 came additional details about the upcoming racing title's own music. Jun Senoue of Crush 40 fame has confirmed that the TSR original soundtrack—appropriately titled Maximum Overdrive—will be dropping worldwide with the release of the game, and it will be a behemoth of an anthology to collect at that.

More details after the jump, along with a brand new remix that premiered at the Gotta Go Fast panel!

The SEGA-hosted "Gotta Go Fast" panel at SXSW 2019 was all about Sumo Digital's Team Sonic Racing, the next multiplatform Sonic the Hedgehog racer coming to consoles in the next two months. Fans were treated to a deeper dive into what the upcoming Sonic title has to offer, with expectations high following the studio's All-Stars Racing Transformed in 2012. If what was shown at the panel was of any indication, TSR is shaping up to be quite the treat for longtime fans.

One extensive preview of the game showed off the vehicle customization feature, where players can swap out parts, paint jobs, vinyls, and horns to make their car their own. Check out the trailer after the jump, backed with a tasty "Crank the Heat Up!! ...for Final Egg" remix from Sonic Adventure!

Dragon Ball FighterZ has been a huge hit with well over 3 million copies sold since its debut just over a year ago, and Bandai Namco has kept players engaged with regularly released new content. New fighters have joined the game in DLC packs, and Season 2 is in full swing. The latest newcomer has just been revealed, and it's... an interesting choice.

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Hot on the heels of the reveal that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to PC, 343 Industries also revealed that Halo: Reach is finally making its way to the collection on both PC and Xbox One. While no release date was given, 343 will be present at SXSW on Sunday, so we might get some more information then.

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Fortnite is one of the hottest games in the world right now, with millions of players across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and mobile devices. It also has cross-play functionality, letting players on different platforms compete directly. However, Epic Games has just announced that the latest update makes some major changes to player pools.

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Back in January, we learned that developer nWay is creating a new Power Rangers fighting game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid aims to be the "high fidelity fighting game" that Power Rangers fans crave, and it's set to launch this Spring. Following the brief teaser we got in January, nWay has just released a more extensive gameplay trailer.

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FromSoftware is best known for ultra-challenging, bleak-looking action RPGs with the word "Souls" in the title, but their latest game switches things up a bit. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice should still feel familiar to Souls fans, but it places players in the shoes of a shinobi from Japan's Sengoku period and includes more stealth elements. It's still about a week and a half away from release, but FromSoftware decided to get a head start on things with an early launch trailer.

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Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is set to launch on March 15th, but depending on your platform of choice and internet speed, it might be a while before you actually get to enjoy it. Whether you buy the game physically or digitally, you'll be required to download the initial Title Updates on day one before you can start playing. Ubisoft has just revealed the install size data for various platforms, and it's pretty shocking.

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Tomorrow, Capcom will unleash Devil May Cry 5 into the wild, but a handful of select outlets already have their hands on the latest hack and slash adventure. Reviews have started to roll in, and so far it's great news for Capcom. The game's score varies by a few points across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions, but regardless of platform, Devil May Cry 5 is receiving praise.

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Respawn Entertainment, developers of Titanfall, stealth launched a new battle royale game last month, and the results have been staggering. Despite receiving no pre-launch hype or marketing (unless you count leaks hinting at its concept and gameplay), Apex Legends has quickly become a tremendous success in a crowded marketplace. In fact, it's growing at record-breaking pace and just hit a major milestone.

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Last November, we reported on a rumor from Thurrott that indicated Microsoft is working on a cheaper, disc-free version of Xbox One. Thurrott claims this upcoming model will only play digital games and that Microsoft will partner with retailers to let players trade in their discs for digital download codes. According to a new scoop from Windows Central, we'll see this new console revealed quite soon.

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It took a long wait, but Kingdom Hearts III finally launched in January, and millions of fans have been enjoying the next chapter in Sora's journey. If you thought Square Enix was done hyping up their latest adventure, you'd be wrong. Over a month after launch, Square Enix just released a new trailer, but it's not just another gameplay and story trailer. Instead, they've opted to make a stop-motion video featuring toy versions of the game's characters.

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Fans waited well over a decade to get their hands on Kingdom Hearts III, and the highly anticipated action-RPG finally launched on January 29th. Strong early sales suggest that many fans are finding it worth the wait, and if you're one of them, you'll be happy to know that more content is on the way! Director Tetsuya Nomura has hinted at DLC in the past, and in a recent interview, he confirmed that it's in the works.

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Fans have been asking Capcom to revisit Leon and Claire's escape from Raccoon City in Resident Evil 2 for years, and they finally gave in. The result was a smash hit that was widely praised by fans and reviews alike. Despite being a remake, many already see Resident Evil 2 as an early front-runner for 2019's Game of the Year, and early sales figures have been equally positive.

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We're just over a week away from the launch of Devil May Cry 5 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and Capcom is cranking up the hype! Ahead of the hack and slash adventure's launch, they've released one final trailer, and it's heavy on both the action and plot. In fact, Capcom has put a spoiler warning on the footage, which they claim will be "very motivating" if you decide to watch.

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