Killer Instinct Season 3 Launch Trailer Shows Everything Coming Tomorrow And Teases The Future

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Killer Instinct's third season begins tomorrow bringing new characters, upgraded visuals, many other additions. You can find them all in this trailer.

The trailer also offers some minor teases about what to expect in the future, like a new character in June, and a new character and multiplayer mode in July. To see the new characters, new visuals, and new customizations, check out the trailer below.

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Hyrule Warriors Legends Link’s Awakening DLC Includes Marin

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Hyrule Warriors Legends Link’s Awakening DLC Includes Marin

Hyrule Warriors and Hyrule Warriors Legends are getting a batch of four DLC packs. The first, based on Wind Waker, will be out in the late spring and will include Medli, 16 My Fairy costume pieces, a “Master” Wind Waker adventure map, and a new adventure mode scenario.

The second pack is starting to take shape now, too. Marin, one of the characters from the Game Boy installment, Link’s Awakening, is coming. That pack is due to land this summer and will also include a new weapon for Linkle, another 16 My Fairy costume pieces, a new adventure mode map, and two new adventure mode scenarios.

The final two packs are based on the DS installments, Phantom Hourglass and Spirit tracks (arriving in the fall), and Link Between Worlds (coming this winter). The DLC bundle comes in two varieties.

Multiplayer Roguelite Full Mojo Rampage Coming to PS4 and Xbox One

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Multiplayer Roguelite Full Mojo Rampage Coming to PS4 and Xbox One

Developer Over The Top Games bewitched the roguelite action RPG genre when it released Full Mojo Rampage on PC in 2014. Publisher Nicalis announced today that the voodoo-inspired game will release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this Spring.

The console release of Full Mojo Rampage boasts a new endless mode as well as a variety of gameplay and visual improvements based on player feedback from the PC release. You can play solo or with friends through the game’s campaign, daily quests, survival mode, and 8-player competitive modes.

The core of the game will have four players cooperatively rollicking through randomly generated levels using magic-imbued items called mojos, gifted to players by the voodoo gods. Gold and experience carry over after you die, so each playthrough doesn’t feel crushingly meaningless.

Where's Our Review Of The Oculus Rift?

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Where's Our Review Of The Oculus Rift?

Today marks the official release of the Rift, the consumer virtual reality headset from Oculus VR. We've been playing around with the unit and its games for the last week, but we still need more time before we can render a final verdict on the new hardware.

Despite today being the official launch, the Rift headsets are trickling out to those who preordered. They aren't yet available in retail stores, so the technology will be slowly making its way to consumers over the next couple weeks.

Our early impressions have us impressed by the new technology – even in the face of an intimidating price point. However, more detailed analysis will be coming after we spend more time with the Rift and its software.

Oculus Rift Games Can Be Sold On Steam, Too

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Oculus Rift Games Can Be Sold On Steam, Too

Oculus has launched its own software store alongside this week’s slow rollout of the Rift. The company isn’t chaining developers to its storefront, though.

In a blog post today, the company laid out some new details for developers that want to sell their software directly or via Steam. There are some requirements, including users being able to return to the home screen, see overlays, and get notifications.

Users will need to toggle a setting in the desktop app. If you want to run software from outside the Oculus store, you’ll need to turn on the “Unknown Sources” setting.

Lego Batman Already Has A Second Trailer

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Lego Batman Already Has A Second Trailer

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice polarized audiences this weekend, as people got a chance to see if their tastes lined up with the critics. You know who doesn't care about that? Lego Batman. Regardless of how people feel about the latest live-action film, Lego Batman is confident that he's the greatest hero around. Take a look at the silly new trailer for his upcoming movie – the second this week – and see for yourself.

Will Arnett reprises his role that he established in The Lego Movie, with his interpretation of Batman veering more toward a petulant egoist than a brooding antihero. The movie's set to release in theaters February 10, 2017, and if the current schedule is any indication, you can expect to see plenty more trailer in the intervening months.

A movie so big, it needs two videos. Here's another teaser for the #LEGOBatmanMovie.https://t.co/F4sClzk5KI

Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Helped Make A Video Game

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Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Helped Make A Video Game

The 2016 presidential election has, in many ways, been anything but “presidential.” Candidates have played to the lowest common denominator, turning the debate stage into something resembling a WWE promo.

Retired United States Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O’Connor hopes to leave students with a different view on the process. She founded iCivics, a nonprofit education organization in 2009, which has since released 19 edutainment games.

The latest version of Win the White House puts students in the role of presidential candidates. They must present their views on issues including gun control, immigration, and more in a civil fashion.

Rumor: Upgraded PS4 To Be Announced Before PS VR Release

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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that its sources not only confirm that Sony is working on a more powerful PS4, but that it will be announced before the PS VR is released in October.

Citing "people familiar with the matter," the paper says that the upgraded system will be needed to make the most out of virtual reality, but one source said it is likely both the current PS4 and the higher-end model would share the same software catalog. Also, production of the current PS4 would continue.

While WSJ's sources indicated that Sony wants to target consumers willing to pay for a high-end experience, the report did not mentioning pricing or any other specifics. Earlier in the month, Kotaku originally reported a rumor on the PlayStation 4.5, as it has been colloquially called.