Vegito Blue And Fused Zamasu Shown In Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC Gameplay Trailer

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Vegito Blue And Fused Zamasu Shown In Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC Gameplay Trailer

A new trailer has been released featuring the next batch of warriors for Dragon Ball FighterZ.  Fused Zamasu and Vegito Blue will be joining the roster, two characters from the currently appearing (in the English dub) of the Future Trunks arc of Dragon Ball Super. They will be available tomorrow May 31 and are the second of four planned character packs. 

Season pass owners will have access to the new characters tomorrow, and those who want to purchase the fighters individually can for $5 a piece. 

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Fight Off The Alien Oppressors With XCOM 2 In June's Free PlayStation Plus Lineup

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Fight Off The Alien Oppressors With XCOM 2 In June's Free PlayStation Plus Lineup

XCOM 2 and Trials Fusion are PlayStation Plus' free games for June. Game Informer's Ben Reeves gave XCOM 2 a 9.5, saying that despite the game's notorious level of challenge, "XCOM 2's battles are so compelling that it's easy to pick yourself up after defeat and jump back into the fray. Successfully navigating XCOM 2's storm of difficult choices is enough to make you feel like a true legend."

In addition to XCOM 2 and Trials Fusion, PlayStation Plus subscribers will also be able to obtain free titles for the PS3 and PS Vita (though Sony will be ending that part of the service next year).

The June lineup will be available June 5. You'll have until then to get your hands on the free games for May, including Beyond: Two Souls and Rayman Legends.

Pre-Orders Open For Atari VCS

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Pre-Orders Open For Atari VCS

Pre-orders have begun at Indigogo for two Atari VCS models. The VCS is a gaming platform that comes with over 100 arcade and home classic Atari titles like Missile Command and Yars' Revenge. The unit is also Linux based, so users can add their own titles and customize it as they see fit.

The Day One Collector's Edition ($299) is an Indigogo exclusive and is only available for a limited time, while the the Onyx edition ($199) is not exclusive but still limited. The former has a real-wood front, and the latter a illuminated red Atari logo.

The system is expected to ship out in mid-2019.

Sega Announces Team Sonic Racing From Sumo Digital

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Sega Announces Team Sonic Racing From Sumo Digital

Sega has revealed the newest Sonic the Hedgehog game, making good on their teaser at SXSW of a Sonic racing title by announcing exactly that. Team Sonic Racing is a new Sonic-based racing title from Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed developer Sumo Digital releasing on Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

While functionally similar to Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed, the cast in this game is limited to Sonic and fourteen of his friends broken down into three types of Power, Technique, and of course, Speed. Players can take the rubber to the road in Grand Prix, Time Trial, and a new mode called Team Adventure.

True to its name, Team Sonic Racing focuses on racing as a team. Racers work as a team to knock out opponents, use team moves, and use a Team Ultimate together. It's not clear if the team-based gameplay is only for Team Adventure mode or if the entire game centers around it, though it is likely we'll find out more about the game at E3.

Lego Gives DC Comics' Super Villains Their Own Video Game, Coming In October

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Lego Gives DC Comics' Super Villains Their Own Video Game, Coming In October

Looks like TT Games and Lego Games has yet another title on the way. After revealing that The Incredibles were to receive its own adaptation, WB Games revealed today that another Lego game was on the way. This one is based around DC's super villains and focuses on a world where "The Justice League has disappeared."

WB broke the news with a teaser trailer featuring The Joker, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and others. The teaser trailer strongly suggests you'll be playing as a custom character.

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Fallout 76 Announced

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Fallout 76 Announced

Bethesda has announced Fallout 76 – a Bethesda Game Studios title appearing on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Nothing is known about the game at this time – whether it will a Fallout title as we've come to know them, an online-focused title, or something else entirely.

However, we do know a little about Vault 76. It was a control Vault in West Virginia that was to open up 20 years after a nuclear war.

Let’s Go Pikachu And Eevee Bridges The Gap Between The Main Series And Pokémon Go

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Let’s Go Pikachu And Eevee Bridges The Gap Between The Main Series And Pokémon Go

Update 5/30/18: After a pair of question-and-answer sessions with the developers of the Let's Go games, we've learned a number of additional details.

For starters, you won't be able to evolve your partner Pokémon regardless of the version, though you will be able to find and evolve other Pikachus and Eevees in the wild. However, only the original 150 Pokémon will be included, so Eevee will not be able to transform into anything other than Jolteon, Vaporeon, and Flareon. Alolan versions of some of the original 150 Pokémon will appear, however.

Pokémon storage will work a bit differently. Though players still only have six party slots to work with, they will be able to shuffle their party around more easily by accessing a PC box stored in their bag.

[Update] The Alolan Exeggutor Variant Is Available Now In Pokémon Go

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[Update] The Alolan Exeggutor Variant Is Available Now In Pokémon Go

Update: To go alongside the announcement of Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee, the first Alolan Pokémon is now available and it's the best one.

Just in time to sweat through your Ash Ketchum cosplay, Niantic is releasing a host of new Pokémon into the wild. 

Since its release almost two years ago, Pokémon Go has been steadily releasing new crops of the collectible critters for players to catch. This new batch hails from the Alola region, featured in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon on the 3DS.

The Next Core Pokémon RPG Is Coming To Switch Late 2019

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The Next Core Pokémon RPG Is Coming To Switch Late 2019

Tonight The Pokémon Company announced Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee for Switch – but those are separate from the Pokémon RPG that was teased at E3 2017.

The Pokémon Company didn't have any new details to offer about that game, but  among its announcement for Let's Go Pikachu, Let's Go Eevee, and Pokémon Quest it did sneak in one tiny confirmation. Tucked at the beginning of its press release was a release window for the next Pokémon RPG on Switch:

Pokémon also announced that the next introduction to its popular core RPG series, which was teased last year at E3, will arrive in late 2019 on Nintendo Switch for the first time.