Narrated Playthrough Of E3 Demo Released Online

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Dawn of War III was announced for PC earlier this year, offering players a return to the world of Warhammer 40,000. The game had an impressive showing at E3 and now an extended playthrough of an early mission has been released, showing off the battle system's core mechanics.

In this mission, Chapter Master of the Blood Ravens Gabriel Angelos takes on a hive of Eldar. The Space Marines are highly leveled and use some of their most powerful units in this video, demonstrating the game's true scale of destruction. Angelos himself wields a massive hammer that can crush enemies and launch missles. We are also introduced to Solaria, an Imperial Knight super unit. Check the mission out for yourself below.

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A New Experience And Leveling System Changes Things Up

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A New Experience And Leveling System Changes Things Up

Facepunch has released a new update to Rust that adds an all new experience and leveling system. Experience is gained by doing almost anything in the game. Players can earn experience fishing, chopping trees, and lots of other activities. In addition, the developers behind Rust say they'll be adding more XP-generating activities in the future.

Using the ownership system, which tracks your influence in the world, you can get more experience points. As you complete more actions, you leave your mark on them, and when those items are used by other players to gain experience points, you get a share. For example, if you cook food and give it to another player, when they eat it, your character will get some experience. The same thing happens if another player uses resources you found to craft something.

Facepunch acknowledges that these updates aren't polished or balanced yet, but the studio says that it is working to make sure things like XP sharing with friends in order to unlock higher tier weapons before the rest of the world is preventable. That said, the studio is pleading its Early Access users to leave feedback to assist with this balancing effort.

Two New Characters Jump In To Kick Off Free Event

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Atlas Reactor, Trion Worlds' turn-based battle arena game, is going free-to-play for the next 10 days. In addition, Trion Worlds is announcing two new additions to the character roster of freelancers, as well as an early implementation of ranked mode.

The first new character has already been revealed as Celeste, a firepower freelancer with smoke bombs, a dash ability called "On the Run," and a damaging ultimate called "Safecracker." We don't know much about the second freelancer Trion Worlds is announcing during the free event aside from the fact that it is a mechanized hero that will be revealed today at 2:30 p.m. Pacific during Trion's weekly Atlas Reactor livestream.

In addition, Trion Worlds released a 15-second teaser for its upcoming cinematic trailer from Blur Studio. You can get an early peek at that trailer below.

Special Items Available In Several Different Editions Upon Release And In Pre-Order

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will have a variety of editions available on its October 25 release date for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and on October 28 for PC users. Check out what's included in each edition as well as their prices.

If you want to get ahead of the game and pre-order any version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, you will receive a few pre-order bonuses with the day one edition. The first being an exclusive playable character from the new Dragon Ball Super Anime. You will also receive a Tao Pai Pai Stick vehicle so you can soar around just like the expert assassin himself.

The next step up is the Deluxe Edition, which grants access to the season pass for all four future DLC content packs along with the game. Future DLC is said to include playable characters, stages, skills, costumes, and more.

Salandit Brings A Unique New Ability To The Alola Region

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Pokémon Sun and Moon are headed to the 3DS later this year, and bringing a vast array of new monsters to collect and battle with them. Today, Salandit has been revealed, along with a brand new ability.

This lizard is designed to look like a bandit, with some kind of mask covering its face. Salandit is the first fire and poison type Pokémon, but its ability is even more fascinating. Corrosion lets Salandit afflict any enemy Pokémon with poison, even steel and poison types who were previously invulnerable to the condition. Check out this new critter in action below.

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F1 2016 Goes Full Throttle With 22-Car Multiplayer & New Career Details

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F1 2016 Goes Full Throttle With 22-Car Multiplayer & New Career Details

Codemasters has proven itself in the F1 gameplay department, but the developer's handling of the franchise and license in previous iterations hasn't been so complete in other areas. F1 2016 hopes to take a big step forward for the series with its inclusion of more depth on and off the track.

A big part of this is the return of the career mode. Here you'll hire an agent, sign for a team, and work with a team engineer. These elements aren't strictly new to the franchise, but the fact that they're represented with avatars and that the paddock areas have been completely modeled, makes a big difference in how the career mode looks and feels. You'll also select your own driver avatar and helmet design. The latter has been in previous F1 titles, so we shall see if there are more designs available.

Moreover, the upgrading of your car and the overall team R&D not only lets you choose the direction you want the organization to go, but it also enriches other parts of the game. Performing and completing tests during the pre-race practice and qualification sessions earns you points which you can apply to car upgrades, and this facet of the garage amps up the pressure to perform better than your teammate and keep your team competitive. Rivalries will form on and off the track according to how you do.

F1 2016 Goes Full Throttle With 22-Car Multiplayer & New Career Details

about X hours ago from
F1 2016 Goes Full Throttle With 22-Car Multiplayer & New Career Details

Codemasters has proven itself in the F1 gameplay department, but the developer's handling of the franchise and license in previous iterations hasn't been so complete in other areas. F1 2016 hopes to take a big step forward for the series with its inclusion of more depth on and off the track.

A big part of this is the return of the career mode. Here you'll hire an agent, sign for a team, and work with a team engineer. These elements aren't strictly new to the franchise, but the fact that they're represented with avatars and that the paddock areas have been completely modeled, makes a big difference in how the career mode looks and feels. You'll also select your own driver avatar and helmet design. The latter has been in previous F1 titles, so we shall see if there are more designs available.

Moreover, the upgrading of your car and the overall team R&D not only lets you choose the direction you want the organization to go, but it also enriches other parts of the game. Performing and completing tests during the pre-race practice and qualification sessions earns you points which you can apply to car upgrades, and this facet of the garage amps up the pressure to perform better than your teammate and keep your team competitive. Rivalries will form on and off the track according to how you do.

Sphinxes And Chariots Galore In New Trailer For Egyptian Leader Cleopatra

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Sphinxes And Chariots Galore In New Trailer For Egyptian Leader Cleopatra

Famous Egyptian Pharaoh Cleopatra VII is making her return to the Civilization series. Under her rule, you can build up your own empire in the cradle of civilization and create allies as the true Cleopatra did through her romances with influential Roman figures Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. Check out the resources at her disposal in a new trailer.   

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI boasts some big changes to core gameplay, including some new features specific to Egypt. The Maryannu Chariot Archer is a new unique unit, which has a larger base for more ammunition, but horses and chariots may face maintenance complications when they venture out onto more lengthy battles. Players can also build the famous monumental sculpture, the Sphinx, which improve faith and culture and get certain bonuses when built beside a wonder. Leaders are said to have certain obsessions and demands when it comes to the building of their empires, and it seems Cleopatra wants as many wonders as she can get into her realm.   

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Koei Tecmo Reveals New Online Mode And Mechanic

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Koei Tecmo Reveals New Online Mode And Mechanic

Koei Tecmo released a ton of new information and footage today of its video game adaptation of Hajime Isayama's manga series, including the announcement of a new online mode. [Except]

Attack On Titan's new mode is called "Scout Mode." In it, a player can recruit an online team of three, which he or she picks missions for throughout different locations, but with the similar goal of taking down Titans. Koei Tecmo says the missions contained in Scout Mode differ from those in the main campaign.

The new trailer also shows off the "Decisive Battle Signal." As players rescue other players on the map and take down Titans, they fill their Decisive Battle Meter. When activated, the meter uses all other players in the near area to do a large amount of damage. Check it out in the trailer, as well as a ton of new screens, down below.

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Arrives In Late September

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Atlus is squeaking this one in under the wire. We were told to expect Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse during summer 2016 and the release will barely make it in that window.

This game’s story criss-crosses with the narrative of the original Shin Megami Tensei IV. However, Atlus says you don’t need to have played that game to enjoy this one.

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