Watch Star Trek Beyond's Explosive And Gripping Second Trailer

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Watch Star Trek Beyond's Explosive And Gripping Second Trailer

While Star Trek Beyond's previous trailer had a more lighthearted tone, the upcoming film's newest trailer takes a darker and more action-packed turn.

Star Trek Beyond, from Fast & Furious director Justin Lin, and producer J.J. Abrams, is the third instalment in the rebooted film series. In this new teaser, we see the Enterprise ripped to shreds after being attacked by a slew of alien hostile ships. Captain Kirk, played by Chris Pine, and his crew are left marooned on a faraway planet. Check the video out for yourself below.

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Tale of Tales' Sunset Costs A Dollar For Today Only

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Tale of Tales' Sunset Costs A Dollar For Today Only

Tale of Tales' Sunset is available for purchase for as low as $1 for today only to celebrate the title's first anniversary.

You can buy the game via Tale of Tales' website for said price, or for $2 on Steam until tomorrow. 

Sunset is a narrative game about a housekeeper during a military coup in 1972. While most games taking place in a ravaged war-zone are action-packed, this game is meant to put you in the shoes of an onlooker. While the concept has potential, it didn't meet our expectations. Even though it didn't resonate with us, it may still be worth considering at such a low price. It's nearly free, and you can judge the offbeat game for yourself.

Giant Overwatch Action Figures Appear Across The World

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Giant Overwatch Action Figures Appear Across The World

Giant Overwatch action figures have popped up around the world as Blizzard gears up for the shooter's release in a few days.

Three huge figures, including Tracer in Hollywood, Genji in Paris, and Pharah in Busan, began to appear after Overwatch's official twitter tweeted a cryptic message about "agents activating."

Each stands around 15 feet tall and is showcased in action-figure styled packaging. Stats for each character is written on the back of the oversized packages, as well as a "try me" button on the side that lights up the figure. For Tracer in particular, you can watch Hollywood Boulevard's EarthCam to view it in real time.

The Injustice: Gods Among Us Comic Is Ending, But It’s Absolutely Worth Reading

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The Injustice: Gods Among Us Comic Is Ending, But It’s Absolutely Worth Reading

I’ve been spending a chunk of my evenings over the last couple of weeks getting caught up with DC Comics’ Injustice: Gods Among Us. If that name rings a bell, it’s because it has a direct connection to NetherRealm’s 2013 fighting game.

For those that didn’t play Injustice (or have since forgotten its story), it takes place in a parallel universe in which The Joker tricks Superman into killing Lois Lane. As if that weren’t bad enough, Lois was pregnant and her death triggered a nuclear bomb that wiped Metropolis from the map.

The result is that Superman becomes embittered, taking a violent hard line against crime and war, and imposing his will upon the Earth as if he were a god. A resistance led by Batman manages to hold out hope, but up against the likes of Kal-El, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, The Flash, and a Green Lantern turned Yellow, it’s a losing fight.

Nintendo And 4J Studios At Odds Over Minecraft Mario Mashup YouTube Videos

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Nintendo And 4J Studios At Odds Over Minecraft Mario Mashup YouTube Videos

Minecraft’s evolution this console generation has been a fascinating thing to watch. With over 100 million players, it isn’t hard to find new videos on YouTube created on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and most recently, Wii U.

In fact, the version made for Nintendo’s home console recently got an update that brings Mario and friends into Mojang’s blocky sandbox. Unfortunately for those posting videos on YouTube, Nintendo is issuing copyright claims on videos featuring the Mario mash-up.

The rub here is that Minecraft’s console platform developer 4J Studios, was told that there would be no issue when the pack launched.

Fox Issues DMCA Claim On 2009 YouTube Video It 'Borrowed' For 2016 Family Guy Episode

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YouTube’s ContentID has long been a thorn in the side of content creators. The automated copyright enforcement system is like a glitched out Terminator that often operates without rhyme or reason. Its latest confounding move is a snake eating its tail and going back for seconds.

The most recent episode of Fox’s Family Guy featured a clip of a glitch for Konami’s 1986 Double Dribble. The footage in question was taken from a 2009 video posted by YouTube user “sw1tched.”

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Minecraft Is On Its Way To China

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Minecraft Is On Its Way To China

Microsoft is teaming up with NetEase to expand Minecraft’s footprint, with the game’s first Chinese release. The sandbox game has more than 100 million users across platforms, which is likely to expand drastically when it launches in China.

NetEase has locked up a five-year license to publish the game in China. Though no timing has yet been specified, the announcement suggests the release will be coming “soon.”

The release that will be available in that market won’t be the exact same build used by the rest of the world. Mojang is working on a version specifically tailored for the Chinese market.

Report: The Talos Principle Sequel Has Been Confirmed

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Report: The Talos Principle Sequel Has Been Confirmed

Last year, Serious Sam developer Croteam took its experience with first-person games in a different direction. The result was The Talos Principle, a philosophical puzzle game that was received well by critics and the public.

Speaking at the Nordic Games Conference today, the studio has apparently confirmed it is working on a sequel. The news came via a tweet from Damir Durović, managing director of Reboot Mag, who was in the audience.

No specific details have been revealed, including timing. We’ve reached out to Devolver Digital, which got back to us immediately. “Ask them where Serious Sam 4 is,” the company told us.

Whack Hitman's Next Elusive Target, The Congressman, Next Weekend

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Whack Hitman's Next Elusive Target, The Congressman, Next Weekend

Hitman’s first elusive target was a rousing success (for some people). If you missed out on attempting to kill the forger or, like me, flat out failed, you’ll have a shot at the second victim next week.

The second elusive target is The Congressman. He’ll be in Sapienza next Friday, May 27. Again, you’ll have 48 hours to find him and say “goodnight.”

These contracts aren’t easy. Intel is at a minimum, and they won’t show up using instinct.