Watch The New Dangerous Golf Trailer Wreck The Place

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Forget the country clubs (and the clubs themselves, actually), hushed announcers, and the tidy greens, because the first Dangerous Golf trailer is live, and it's here to wreak havoc.

The game isn't a golf game at all, really, but rather an excuse to destroy a number of preset environments and skillfully work out how to do so garnering the most points possible. And as the developers at Three Fields Entertainment (the minds behind the Burnout series) have told us, this video sample is just the tip of the iceberg.

For more on Dangerous Golf (coming out via download on PS4, Xbox One, and PC June 3), check out my hands-on impressions of some of the title's early boards.

See How Dead Island Has Been Improved For Xbox One And PS4

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Deep Silver is giving the two Dead Island games that released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 a new chance at un-life. The pair of games will be re-released in a "definitive collection" at the end of May.

A gameplay trailer below gives us an idea of what we can expect from Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide. The retail bundles on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One also come with the mini-game, Dead Island Retro Revenge. 

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Warhammer 40K: Dawn Of War III Announced With Killer Cinematic Trailer

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Warhammer 40K: Dawn Of War III Announced With Killer Cinematic Trailer

As expected following yesterday’s tease, Sega has announced Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III. The first trailer is devoid of gameplay, but sets up the continuing war among the Imperium, Orks, and Eldar.

In the grim dark future, there are countless soldiers of many races willing to die for their own causes. This trailer sets that up masterfully, as huge war machines tear into one another and corpses pile into mountains.

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Winston Sends Out Video Call To Arms In Advance Of Open Beta

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Overwatch's open beta kicks off this week, giving players a chance to spend some more time with Blizzard's upcoming hero shooter before its May 24 release date. Today, the studio released a new cinematic trailer starring Winston, the game's gorilla scientist, as he tries to rally the gang back together.

The game's open beta begins May 4 at 4:00 p.m. Pacific, running through May 9, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. If you preordered the game before April 29, you can get into the beta starting today at 4:00 p.m. Pacific. The beta includes four game modes (assault, escort, assault/escort hybrid, control) and 12 maps in 6v6 matches. Players will also have access to 21 heroes, which you can read more about here. For more information on the beta, check out the official site.

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Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Modern Warfare Remastered Finally Confirmed With Trailer

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Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Modern Warfare Remastered Finally Confirmed With Trailer

Surprising absolutely no one who was paying attending, Activision has confirmed that this year’s entry in the Call of Duty franchise is called Infinite Warfare. It will take us beyond Earth and into space.

While the setting may be in the future, the gameplay in the trailer below looks like classic Call of Duty. Sure, there are robots, zero-G walks and giant space cruisers, but this probably isn’t going to be Halo. You will get to fly spacefighters, though.

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Asemblance Is A Psychological Thriller Where You Don't Know What's Real

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Asemblance is an upcoming psychological horror game from Niles Sankey, an ex-Bungie developer.

Inspired by TV shows such as The Twilight Zone and The X-Files, Asemblance's narrative tells an ominous mystery where you're never sure what's real and what's not. You find yourself trapped in a machine that's designed to simulate memories and progressively discover more about your troubled past. The narrator in the trailer asks, "Do you remember your home? Your wife? How you met? Are you sure you want to remember?"

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Pokémon Go Beta Gameplay Surfaces Online

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An Australian beta tester has uploaded a video displaying gameplay from the upcoming augmented reality mobile game Pokémon Go.

Pokémon Go is being developed by the Pokémon Company in collaboration with Niantic Inc., a company that has specialized in other augmented reality games such as Ingress. The free-to-play Pokémon Go uses your phone's GPS to transform real-life surroundings into a virtual world full of Pokémon through your iOS or Android screen. The video below gives a glimpse into character creation followed by gym battles, collecting Pokémon, and more.

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Total War: Warhammer Chaos Warriors DLC Free With Week One Purchase

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Players looking to dive into Total War: Warhammer during its first week on the market (May 24-May 31) will receive the Chaos Warriors DLC pack at no extra charge.

Players that pick up the Chaos Warriors can play the popular faction in addition to the four races that come with the core game: Empire, greenskins, vampire counts, and dwarves. 

Check out some new gameplay of the Chaos Warriors in action in the video below.

Elite Dangerous: Horizons Expansion Brings Planetary Landings, Loot, More

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Elite Dangerous: Horizons Expansion Brings Planetary Landings, Loot, More

Elite Dangerous developer Frontier Developments has announced that the Horizons expansion, which arrived on PC late last year, is coming to Xbox One. Horizons adds a variety of new features, including planetary landings, multicrew co-op, loot, and more.

Elite Dangerous: Horizons on Xbox One will include the 2.0: Planetary Landings content as well as the upcoming 2.1: The Engineers. It's set to hit the console sometime in the second quarter of the year.

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Space Hulk: Deathwing Tears Apart Tyranids In First Gameplay Trailer

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Games Workshop is on a licensing spree, giving permission to developers around the globe to create games based on its Warhammer 40K license. One upcoming title is an adaptation of the classic Space Hulk board game reimagined as a first-person, squad-based shooter.

You and friends (or AI companions) will board massive derelict ships modeled after spacecraft from throughout 40K lore. There, you'll encounter hostile aliens known as the Tyranid. They attack in packs and will swarm, so you'll need to stick together.

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