Return To The Velvet Room With New Persona 5 Trailer And Screens

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Return To The Velvet Room With New Persona 5 Trailer And Screens

Atlus USA revealed a new trailer for Persona 5 today, showcasing The Velvet Room, a  key location in the anticipated JRPG. In the trailer, players can get a look at several Personas, as well as some new story details involving the mysterious Igor, who seems to be in charge of the prison-like Velvet Room. You can watch the trailer below.

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Persona 5 recently made our list of most anticipated RPGs in 2017. For a look at the previous trailer, which showed off some infiltration gameplay, you can click right here. You can also view some new screenshots in the gallery below.

Nier: Automata's Impressive Arsenal

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Nier: Automata's Impressive Arsenal

Platinum Games is known for its action gameplay (the Bayonetta series), and the new trailer for Nier: Automata shows that off quite well, giving a look at protagonist 2B's weapon prowess.

There are four weapon types in the game: small swords, large swords, spears, and combat bracers, and these can be switched up mid-attack depending on what you need. Combine this with 2B's light, heavy, and charged attacks – as well as ranged support from her aerial Pod – and she becomes unstoppable.

Nier: Automata comes out on March 7 for the PS4. For another look at the game, check out this previous combat trailer.

Non-Stop Action In The Upcoming Brawler's Announcement Trailer

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Non-Stop Action In The Upcoming Brawler's Announcement Trailer

After the success of Rogue Legacy, a rogue-lite where characters could be born with colorblindness, dyslexia, or other gameplay-affecting conditions, Cellar Door Games has been hard at work on their newest title, Full Metal Furies. Coming sometime this year, Full Metal Furies is a fast-paced cooperative brawler emphasizing teamwork and communication where players face off against power-hungry Titans from Greek mythology. As the announcement trailer below shows, players will choose from four heroes, each with their own unique skill set, role to play, and enemies that they alone can take down.

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The game is expecting to come to PC and Xbox One. In addition to solo play, the game will support local and online multiplayer. It will also feature Xbox Play Anywhere and Cross Play between Windows 10 and Xbox One, allowing players to play on either platform after purchase and team up with other Furies cross-platform as well.

Latest Trailer Reveals Samurai Class

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Latest Trailer Reveals Samurai Class

Though it was announced last October, Stormblood hasn't received much love in trailer form. We got word of the Red Mage class a couple of months ago, as well as the inclusion of swimming, the Ananta tribe, and a new raid.  Though the game's latest trailer doesn't show that, either, we do get at least one more detail about the game: You'll be able to play as a Samurai.

The trailer (below) is entirely CG, showing two characters fighting each other in a high-octane battle atop a stone hand in the first half, then showing the samurai class cutting through bullets and decimating an alley in the second. Players who choose to play a Samurai will begin the game at level 50.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood launches on June 20.

New Mass Effect: Andromeda Video Takes A Deep Dive Into Combat

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New Mass Effect: Andromeda Video Takes A Deep Dive Into Combat

BioWare released a gameplay-centric combat-focused video today, so if you've been waiting and wondering just how things will play out in the thick of battle, here's your chance for a look.

While many trailers and videos up to now have focused on other aspects of the upcoming title, this one digs deep into combat mechanics, features, functions, and more.

Check out the video below to see how things could play out during your exploration through uncharted space!

Dawn of War III Highlights Faction Conflict With New Trailer

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Dawn of War III Highlights Faction Conflict With New Trailer

With an expected 2017 launch, Dawn of War III continues to offer glimpses into the upcoming battle between Orks, Eldar, and Space Marines.

Check out the latest trailer below for a look at faction leaders and a peek at what's to come in for the real-time strategy title.

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New Footage Shows Off Gun Combat And Skeleton Fights

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New Footage Shows Off Gun Combat And Skeleton Fights

Sea of Thieves is planned for release this year, and Rare is putting the game through rigorous testing with alpha testers and it has new footage to share of that process.

In the latest video you will see gunplay, skeleton combat, and the newly added fall damage. Turns out it is going to hurt to jump from the top of a mountain down onto your pirate ship.

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The Successor To SimCity Arrives On Xbox One This Spring

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The Successor To SimCity Arrives On Xbox One This Spring

2015's Cities: Skylines successfully filled the void left by the disastrous release of 2013's SimCity reboot. Nearly every mistake made by SimCity was rectified by Cities, from the always-online requirement to the stifling size limitations and everything in between. Simply put, there was the new champion in the city-builder genre.

Publisher Paradox Interactive have just released a trailer announcing an Xbox One version of the acclaimed title. Developer Tantalus Media is helping out with the port, including taking on the daunting task of adapting the mouse-and-keyboard control scheme to the more limited inputs of a console controller. The Xbox One edition will include the After Dark add-on, but, strangely enough, will not include the Snowfall of Natural Disasters expansions.

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The Creator Or Tower Of Guns Announces A New Game

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The Creator Or Tower Of Guns Announces A New Game

The creator of Tower of Guns announced a new game today that is a spiritual successor of sorts to the bullet-hell FPS.

Along with the fast-paced shooting and dodging you see in the trailer below, there will also be a gun-crafting component, and co-op options. The goal of the game (other than staying alive) is to take down the titular Mothergunship.

Exactly when the game will release is unclear, but it platforms include PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

Here Are Six Commercials Designed To Confuse And Possibly Excite You

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Here Are Six Commercials Designed To Confuse And Possibly Excite You

1-2-Switch is a confusing game. On one hand, It looks like it has the potential to introduce players to Nintendo's new console in the same way Wii Sports invited a whole new demographic of players into the world of interactive entertainment. But on the other hand, it also has a game where you simulate milking a cow while you stare into your opponent's eyes.

These commercials show off some new minigames and demonstrate what may ultimately become its main selling point: making you are friends look like idiots. I'm optimistic about 1-2-Switch being a fun collection of Johan Sebastian Joust-style active games, but from a distance, and from playing it recently, it recently seems like it should be a pack-on game.

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