Watch The Action-Packed Trailer For Mission: Impossible Fallout

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Watch The Action-Packed Trailer For Mission: Impossible Fallout

Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Mission: Impossible Fallout once again stars Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, who is yet again delving into a daring mission. It also stars Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Alec Baldwin, and more.

The trailer is filled with action, including a scene where Ethan is piloting a helicopter that loses control. The trailer ends here, as soon as he's about to collide head on with a truck.

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Cloverfield Paradox Trailer Hits During Super Bowl, Film Available To Stream On Netflix Tonight

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Cloverfield Paradox Trailer Hits During Super Bowl, Film Available To Stream On Netflix Tonight

Cloverfield Paradox, the third film in the Cloverfield series, was briefly teased in a trailer during the Super Bowl today. The clip revealed that the J.J. Abrams-directed movie will be available to stream this evening following the Super Bowl.

This trailer also confirms that the project has moved from Paramount to Netflix. You can watch it below.

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Watch First Trailer For Solo: A Star Wars Story Here

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Watch First Trailer For Solo: A Star Wars Story Here

"I'm gonna be a pilot. Best in the galaxy."

This is one of the few lines of dialogue spoken in a short teaser for the film Solo: A Star Wars Story. The trailer was briefly shown during one of the commercial breaks for the Super Bowl today. A longer, full-length trailer is expected to premiere on Monday during Good Morning America.

Directed by Ron Howard, the film chronicles the adventures of young Han Solo and Chewbacca before they join the Rebellion.

Did You Know Gaming Looks At Nier's Secrets And Lesser Known Facts

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Did You Know Gaming Looks At Nier's Secrets And Lesser Known Facts

Did You Know Gaming, a YouTube show about gaming trivia, has dedicated its latest episode to the Nier series. The video includes interesting tidbits from interviews with director Yoko Taro, including how he locked himself in a locker following outrage from fans when they disliked one of the endings in Draakengard.

Another noteworthy fact includes how Nier wasn't always planned as a sequel to Draakengard, but was instead first planned as its own stand-alone series. Yoko Taro says its original concept revolved around how picture book stories existed for real. Watch the full video below.

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Capcom Reflects On The Making Of Monster Hunter: World With A Series Of Videos

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Capcom Reflects On The Making Of Monster Hunter: World With A Series Of Videos

Monster Hunter: World just released at the end of last month, and it's already a huge success. For fans that are curious about its development process, Capcom has been periodically releasing videos that look at the making of the game.

Two videos have been revealed so far, with the first focusing on concept and the second looking at design. The first video begins with producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, explaining that it was important to rethink the series and approach it differently with the latest technology. Capcom also talks about how it recruited more young staff, who could bring fresh, new ideas. Watch the video below.

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Video Profiles Akira 'Akiman' Yasuda, One Of Gaming's Greatest Artists

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Video Profiles Akira 'Akiman' Yasuda, One Of Gaming's Greatest Artists

If you're a fan of Street Fighter, Capcom's games, or the Turn A Gundam anime, you've probably seen the work Akira "Akiman" Yasuda. As the character designer behind Chun-Li, Guile, and more Street Fighters, the artist behind Final Fight, and many other classic Capcom games, he was instrumental in defining the look of many Capcom games throughout the years.

Documentary series Toco Toco TV recently sat down with Yasuda to get a long view of the artist's entire career, from his time designing Street Fighter characters to his current freelance lifestyle. He muses about his time in America working Red Dead Revolver, how that project made him quit working on games for a long time, and how Overwatch played a key role in bringing him back to the industry.

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Video Profiles Akira 'Akiman' Yasuda, One Of Gaming's Greatest Artists

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Video Profiles Akira 'Akiman' Yasuda, One Of Gaming's Greatest Artists

If you're a fan of Street Fighter, Capcom's games, or the Turn A Gundam anime, you've probably seen the work Akira "Akiman" Yasuda. As the character designer behind Chun-Li, Guile, and more Street Fighters, the artist behind Final Fight, and many other classic Capcom games, he was instrumental in defining the look of many Capcom games throughout the years.

Documentary series Toco Toco TV recently sat down with Yasuda to get a long view of the artist's entire career, from his time designing Street Fighter characters to his current freelance lifestyle. He muses about his time in America working Red Dead Revolver, how that project made him quit working on games for a long time, and how Overwatch played a key role in bringing him back to the industry.

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This Online Documentary Tells The Story Of Tetris

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This Online Documentary Tells The Story Of Tetris

As one of the most popular and influential games of all time, Tetris has left a lasting impression on the gaming world. Its origin story is well-documented and legend at this point, but the details and background surrounding its creation are fascinating enough to have spawned multiple great documentaries.

The Story of Tetris, a new online documentary from Youtube channel Gaming Historian takes another crack at telling the tale of the world's greatest puzzle game. While many of us might know the story already, the video delves into a few details other tellings gloss over, making for another great story of how the relationship between Russia, The United States, between governments and corporations, and Alexey Pajitnov and his mother lead to a gaming masterpiece.

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This Online Documentary Tells The Story Of Tetris

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This Online Documentary Tells The Story Of Tetris

As one of the most popular and influential games of all time, Tetris has left a lasting impression on the gaming world. Its origin story is well-documented and legend at this point, but the details and background surrounding its creation are fascinating enough to have spawned multiple great documentaries.

The Story of Tetris, a new online documentary from Youtube channel Gaming Historian takes another crack at telling the tale of the world's greatest puzzle game. While many of us might know the story already, the video delves into a few details other tellings gloss over, making for another great story of how the relationship between Russia, The United States, between governments and corporations, and Alexey Pajitnov and his mother lead to a gaming masterpiece.

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Modders Are Already Giving The Dragon Ball FighterZ Roster New Looks

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Modders Are Already Giving The Dragon Ball FighterZ Roster New Looks

Dragon Ball FighterZ is a fantastic fighting game in many ways, but one area it's sorely lacking is color options. Although you can choose between Yellow and Blue-haired Gokus, the color options for characters are limited to palette swaps. Of course, for modders and players of the PC version, that's already changed.

Modders like Mastaklo, Sonicbrawler, and more have taken upon themselves to do some model swapping and let players act out more specific Dragon Ball fighting fantasies. Saiyan Saga Vegeta and Goku, Baby Vegeta, Ultimate Teen Gohan (who I absolutely need to point out is not canon) are all available for PC players to use. You can take a look at some videos of the most popular mods below, and find links for the mods in their descriptions. Though most of these are recolors, a few involve some model swapping (and, in the cast of Baby Vegeta, importing models from other games), which makes them pretty cool to see.

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