Marvel And Netflix Confirm Luke Cage Season 2

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Marvel And Netflix Confirm Luke Cage Season 2

While this isn't the most surprising news, it's still exciting: Netflix and Marvel's Luke Cage series will be returning for a second season. Both companies teased the news on Twitter, which contains a brief video showing the words "season two coming soon" flickering on a neon sign on the exterior of Pop’s Barber Shop.

You can view the tweet below, which is also accompanied by the words "Always Forward."

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Watch Us Sparrow-Race On Two New Tracks From Destiny's The Dawning Event

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Watch Us Sparrow-Race On Two New Tracks From Destiny's The Dawning Event

Announced at PlayStation Experience, this year's The Dawning event for Destiny: Rise of Iron sees the return of The Sparrow Racing League which will stay on after the event is over.

I had the chance to check out hop into some races on a few new courses and capture some footage. I'm not a Destiny veteran by any means, but what I played seemed fun enough that I might do some more racing once the event hits, since I recently got back into the game with a group of friends. Below you can watch me fumble my way to a decent finish on two of the event's new tracks. I was in first place at one point, and that's all that matters, right? Right?

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Altus Unveils Persona 5 Story Trailer, Digital Pre-Order Bonuses Detailed

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Altus Unveils Persona 5 Story Trailer, Digital Pre-Order Bonuses Detailed

Persona 5 has already released in Japan, but fans from the West are still eagerly awaiting its arrival, especially after it was recently delayed to April. During PlayStation Experience, Altus unveiled a story trailer at PSX, as well as detailed that it's now possible to digitally pre-order the RPG. If you do, you get some neat bonus content.

Digital pre-order bonuses include a dynamic theme, three special avatars, and a Izanagi & Izanagi Picaro set DLC. In Persona 5, the protagonist starts anew at Tokyo's Shukin Academy, after his life is left in shambles. Soon he discovers the power of personas, and bands together with other students to form the Phantom Thieves of Hearts who aim to unmask the truth.

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Street Fighter V Season 2 Will Bring Five Original Characters To The Street Fighter Universe

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Street Fighter V Season 2 Will Bring Five Original Characters To The Street Fighter Universe

Before the Grand Finals of this year's Capcom Cup, Capcom detailed their plans for their near-future plans for the future of Street Fighter V.

First, they announced that Akuma is the start of the Season 2 lineup, the Season Pass for which will be available on December 20. The other five characters, Capcom revealed will be all-new to the Street Fighter universe. This could mean, of course, that characters from Street Fighter V's story mode could enter the ring, such as Ed, a new character currently under Balrog's wing.

Capcom also announced that the game would receive a balance update after Capcom Cup, the details of which will be available on the Capcom Unity blog tomorrow morning.

Reader Discussion – What's Your Favorite Announcement From The PlayStation Experience Keynote?

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Reader Discussion – What's Your Favorite Announcement From The PlayStation Experience Keynote?

Earlier today, the third iteration of the PlayStation Experience kicked off with its keynote, which was filled with rapid fire game announcements. From Uncharted: The Lost Legacy to confirmation of The Last of Us Part II, it looks like we have plenty to look forward to.

What was the most exciting game announcement today? Was it one of the big game reveals, or perhaps an extended look at a previously announced title, such as Horizon Zero Dawn or the Crash Bandicoot remastered collection?

Although I was expecting it to happen, The Last of Us sequel was the most riveting announcement to me. Especially considering how much I loved the Left Behind DLC, I'm really looking forward to playing from Ellie's perspective, and getting to know her further.

'This Is A Game About Hate': Startling New Details For The Last of Us Part II

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'This Is A Game About Hate': Startling New Details For The Last of Us Part II

Sony closed out this year's PlayStation Experience showcase with a brief look at The Last of Us Part II, and while game director Neil Druckmann says it's "a ways off [from release]" he couldn't wait to reveal it. Following the showcase, Druckmann discussed more of his and Naughty Dog's vision for the forthcoming sequel, and was joined by the game's leading voice talent, Troy Baker (Joel) and Ashley Johnson (Ellie), in a panel moderated by Game Informer's own Editor-in-Chief, Andy McNamara.

The panel began with Druckmann boldly saying "this game is about hate," whereas the first game was about love and friendship and the bond between them. He then unveiled that the sequel is played via Ellie's perspective – a reveal that brought a boisterous cheer from the packed arena of thousands of fans. Taking place a few years after the last game, Ellie is now 19. Druckmann said he feels the same way some fans do about revisiting these characters. He believes in this new story so much, explaining that Last of Us is Ellie and Joel's story, and no one else's.

All The News So Far From The 2016 PlayStation Experience

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All The News So Far From The 2016 PlayStation Experience

The third annual PlayStation Experience's keynote was filled with trailers and announcements today, so we've rounded up our news, previews, and trailers, so you can read it all in one place. PlayStation Experience runs until tomorrow, December 4, and we will update this article with additional coverage and previews as the show progresses.

If you missed the show, click here to watch the PlayStation Experience press conference in its entirety.

Announcements, Previews, and Trailers

Kojima Productions Discusses Engine, Trailer Details At PSX Panel

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Kojima Productions Discusses Engine, Trailer Details At PSX Panel

At this year's PlayStation Experience, Kojima Productions had a panel discussing details on their premiere game, Death Stranding. The panel, which was hosted by Geoff Keighley and featured Hideo Kojima (who recently received an industry award at The Game Awards earlier this week) showing off a special version of the Death Stranding trailer that was revealed at PSX, this time set to Low Roar's "Easy Way Out."

Discussing the inclusion of Mads Mikkelsen, Guillermo Del Toro and Norman Reedus in the game, Kojima said he'd been a fan of MIkkelson's for a long time, and used a mutual contact to reach out. Norman Reedus made it in through Del Toro, who was a mutual acquaintance. Keighley then asked Kojima if there would be any female characters in the game. "Of course," said Kojima, speaking through a translator. "But we're not ready to announce anything right now." Kojima then confirmed Mikkelsen would be the antagonist of the game.

PSX's Gravity Rush 2 Trailer Highlights Raven-Focused DLC

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PSX's Gravity Rush 2 Trailer Highlights Raven-Focused DLC

Gravity Rush 2 is out next month, and Sony showed off some of the game's planned DLC on stage at PSX.

The DLC focuses on Raven, a character who appeared in the original game and had comparable powers to Kat. Apparently, the DLC will explore Raven's past and make her a playable character.

You can check out the trailer below. Gravity Rush 2 is coming to PlayStation 4 on January 18.