Hell Is Real In This Doom Live-Action Trailer

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There once was a Doom live-action movie staring The Rock. While today's trailer for the May 13 game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC has nothing to do with that movie, if you like seeing Doom live-action style, you'll want to see this.

More than just a guy in a suit running around with a shotgun, the trailer does a cool job of realizing some of the enemies we're going to see in the actual game.

For more on the title's actual gameplay, check out this previous trailer showcasing some of the game's demons and weapons, and click our our cover story hub via the banner below.

Latest Trailer Shows A New Summon

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Among the other announcements at tonight's Final Fantasy Uncovered event, Square Enix unleashed a new trailer showing off more of the game in action.

Most of the trailer would be enough to get any Final Fantasy fan excited, but even if you have no particular allegiance to the series, you should pay attention the summon sequence. It shows the enormous Titan emerging onto the scene, and like Ramuh from the Episode Duscae demo, seems to indicate that summons will be a majorly impressive element of the game.

Of course, you also see more of the story and combat, too. Watch it for yourself below:

Listen To An Exclusive Track From The Upcoming Rhythm RPG's Soundtrack In This Teaser

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Listen To An Exclusive Track From The Upcoming Rhythm RPG's Soundtrack In This Teaser

Kasedo Games and Puuba announced The Metronomicon today, a rhythm RPG in the vein of Final Fantasy: Theatrhythm. The game will feature a fully-licensed soundtrack with songs from Mindless Self Indulgence lead singer Jimmy Urine, Shiny Toy Guns, and other hit chiptune, indie, and electronic artists.

Players will switch between four concurrent hero-specific songs during battles, activating abilities that are powered up through rhythmic button presses.  Characters in the player’s eight-person party will level up as they travel through multiple worlds, learning new skills and gathering equipment.

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DICE Discusses The Narrative, Architecture In Developer Diary

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The latest dev diary for Mirror's Edge Catalyst has been released, and it goes over the new narrative direction and open-world city design for the game.

In the video below, the DICE team talks about how it fleshed out Faith's backstory, portrayed the different factions, and tackled the specific architectural design of the city of Glass. The video is interspersed with clips of important cutscenes and city vistas from the game.

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Take A Look At The Colorful Criminal Underworld In This Announcement Trailer

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Take A Look At The Colorful Criminal Underworld In This Announcement Trailer

Publisher Mode 7 announced Tokyo 42 today. The isometric action game blends the open-world action of classic Grand Theft Auto titles with the blend-in stealth and crowd simulation found in Assassin’s Creed multiplayer.

Developed by the brand-new studio SMAC Games, Tokyo 42 casts players as a freelance assassin taking hit contracts in a vibrant futuristic cityscape. A multiplayer arena mode pits players against one another in a deadly game of cat and mouse, swapping skins to blend in with the crowd before leaping out to attack. 

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Naughty Dog Begins To Say Goodbye To Nathan Drake And Uncharted

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In the latest look behind the scenes of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Naughty Dog staff members start to get emotional. Their time with Nathan Drake is coming to an end, and the team reflects on what the Uncharted series has meant to them.

You'll also hear from a number of the actors involved, including Nolan North, Emily Rose, and Richard McGonagle. As you might expect, lots of the people involved get a little choked up.

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Homefront: The Revolution Trailer Is Full Of Inspirational Quotes And Explosions

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You know you're in an occupied America, because there are lots of quotes from textbook patriots. Words from Thomas Paine, John F. Kennedy, and others are scrawled on the otherwise pristine walls of North Korea-controlled Philadelphia.

Of course, Homefront: The Revolution is a video game, which means the occupation is only the beginning. The bullets, bombs, and blood are part of your role in kicking the invaders out.

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Quantum Break's New Time-Travel Trailer Will Make You 2 Minutes Older

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Remedy Entertainment has released a new trailer for Quantum Break in advance of its release next week. Since a large chunk of the game's story is being told through an in-game television show, it makes a certain degree of sense that the clip is a chunk of live-action setup for the larger narrative.

The video shows William Joyce (Dominic Monaghan) and his first documented experiment with his time-travel device. What happens next sets up a chain reaction that involves his brother, Jack (Shawn Ashmore), and a nefarious corporation, Monarch Solutions. It wouldn't be much of a story, after all, if everything went fine.

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Playable Hero Sevarog Arrives In Latest Update

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Epic Games released an update for its MOBA-style game Paragon today, and it includes the first new playable hero. The soul-sucking wraith Sevarog is now available to all players alongside the balance patch for other heroes.

Sevarog is described as a melee-focused "tank jungler" that wields his giant hammer to crush enemies and devour their souls. As he consumes souls by killing opponents, he stacks health and gains damage boosts, changing in size and appearance and becoming a powerful late-game threat. See him in action in the trailer below.

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The Villains Are The Stars Of Quantum Break's Latest Live-Action Trailer

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The Villains Are The Stars Of Quantum Break's Latest Live-Action Trailer

It's not often that live-action trailers are representative of what gamers are paying for. That's just one of the things that sets upcoming Xbox One and PC title Quantum Break has to offer.

In addition to the time-bending gameplay, Quantum Break features live-action segments. In the trailer below, you'll get another look at Shawn Ashmore's Jack Joyce, Aiden Gillen's Paul Serene, and Lance Reddick's Martin Hatch.

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