Nintendo Releases A New Look At Link's Latest Adventure

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We haven't heard much from Nintendo about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in a while, but that changed this morning. The company released a new trailer for the highly anticipated game, which showcases some of the game's varied environments as well as a few more looks at Link adeptly getting around – and above – danger.

You can see Link taking full advantage of his parachute item, both as a standalone way to descend from great heights safely and also a fun way to transition to the air during shield snowboarding. There are also some shots of topless Link going for a quick dip (scandalous!), scaling a mountain, and making his way to a mysterious temple.

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Persona 5 English Voice Cast Revealed

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Atlus has revealed the English-language voice cast, as well as a new trailer for the high-schooler called The Protagonist.

The Protagonist is a new student transferring into the Shujin Academy, but at night he's the leader of the Phantom Thieves of Hearts.

You may recognize voice actor Xander Mobus from his stint as the announcer in Super Smash Bros. on Wii U.

PlayStation 4 Players Can Experience Amnesia's Horror This November

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Frictional Games created an online sensation with its Amnesia series, giving YouTubers plenty of reasons to howl into their microphones. The horror game emphasized evasion over combat, leaving players feeling drained and helpless. Console players were left in the dark, however, which Amnesia fans know is not necessarily a great place to hang out. That's changing this November, with the release of Amnesia: Collection on PlayStation 4. 

The collection includes the first two games, Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs (developed by The Chinese Room), as well as Amnesia: Justine. That last title was a smaller release created for a Portal 2 ARG. 

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Say Sarcastic Things To A Giant Robot

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Say Sarcastic Things To A Giant Robot

Titanfall 2 is letting you talk smack to a mech, according to the latest trailer from developer Respawn Entertainment. The Studio has given the main robot an A.I. that slowly grows attached to the main character Jack Cooper.You can check out the the story-focused trailer below.

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Besides a bigger story mode, Titanfall 2 is seeing the return of the popular Attrition Mode from the first game.

New Trailers Tease Saving, Knives

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New Trailers Tease Saving, Knives

Last week Capcom teased some of the features coming to Resident Evil 7, including item boxes and guns. Today the company teased two more features that should appease fans' desire to see more classic Resident Evil elements.

Teaser #3 teases the return of the save points, this time making the jump from typewriters to tape recorders.

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New Prey Trailer Exposes Deadly Alien Secret

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New Prey Trailer Exposes Deadly Alien Secret

In the world of Prey, mankind has tried to cover up the existence of alien lifeforms since the '60s. For decades, these aliens have been studied in secret, and now the game's protagonist Morgan Yu is going to find out first-hand exactly what's going on.

The new trailer for the title, from within private corporation TranStar, exposes some of the research on the alien lifeforms being conducted at the orbital Talos I facility.

For more on the game, check out this gameplay trailer from this year's QuakeCon, as well as a walkthrough of the demo at the convention.

Is The New Premium Expansion Worth Buying?

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Every massive band has a story to tell about how they climbed the ladder of fame on their way to becoming one of the biggest groups on the planet. With Rock Band Rivals, the first premium expansion for Rock Band 4, Harmonix gives your band its own harrowing tale through a mock documentary called Beneath the Tuneage. The expansion also brings enhanced stat-tracking, a new menu layout, and the new Rivals mode that brings you together with a Crew of other players to complete objectives.

The new Rockudrama career mode has you play through 10 three-song shows over the course of your band's career. As with other modes, Rivals' Rockudrama mode pulls from your entire library, including Rock Band 4 disc songs, previous games' exports, and, of course, the series' robust DLC library. Each show represents a different milestone for your band.

From your band's first show at an arcade in front of a crowd of one to a performance on a cruise ship that ends in disaster, you experience the humorous ups and downs of being in a fake rock band. Between each song, the narrator dynamically reacts to how the band performed, even highlighting the top performer of each track. Based on how well you do, you earn fame for your band, which contributes to unlocking the next stage of the career mode.

Launch Trailer Charts The History Of Human Achievement

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Launch Trailer Charts The History Of Human Achievement

A new Civilization VI trailer has been released, just ahead of the game's Oct. 21 launch date.

The trailer features a man and woman who begin on a ship near ancient Corsica and trek their way through recorded history, from lighting the lamp held by the Colossus of Rhodes to the first manned space flight and beyond.

"It is the nature of humankind to push itself toward the horizon," the narrator says. "We test our limits, we face our fears, we rise to the challenge and become something greater than ourselves – a civilization."

Killing Floor 2 Shows Off Its 4K Zed Terror

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Killing Floor 2 Shows Off Its 4K Zed Terror

The PlayStation 4 Pro comes out on November 10 for $399, and on November 18 you can play Killing Floor 2 on the new system, complete in all its 4K glory. Today developer Tripwire released screens showing off what the zombie-killing title will look like on the Pro.

Here are the details of Killing Floor 2's PS4 Pro enhancements (from Tripwire):

Click on the pictures on this page for their full form, which requires a 4K monitor to appreciate.