The Time Period Has Changed, But Killstreaks Haven't

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Activision has released a dozen new screens for upcoming first person shooter Black Ops III. Along with showcasing the game's pristine graphical fidelity, these screens offer a closer look at Black Ops III's futuristic weapons and armor.

For those more interested in seeing a glimpse of Black Ops III's multiplayer, check out the trailer below.

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Watch Characters Banter And Bond In The Latest Trailer

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Another Etrian Odyssey is on the way. Expect some punishing battles and more cartography.

One of the biggest criticisms of Etrian Odyssey has always been its bare-bones story. In 2013, Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl launched, which was a remake of the first Etrian Odyssey with a greater emphasis on narrative. Now Atlus has another game coming in the Untold series, The Fafnir Knight. This is a remake of the second Etrian Odyssey game, Heroes of Lagaard. Again, more story and character moments will be at the forefront. 

The latest trailer shows off more of the story, character interactions, and gameplay. 

A Massive War Brews In New Fire Emblem Fates Trailer And Screens

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This flashy new trailer for Fire Emblem Fates sets the stage for the conflict between the Hoshido and Nohr factions. Which side will you choose?

Fire Emblem Fates is the 12th main installment in Intelligent Systems' tactical RPG series, and is comprised of two separate games, each of which details the war from the side of one of the opposing factions. A third story will be available as DLC sometime after launch. The trailer below sells the personal drama between the various characters, and shows a few glimpses of the actual combat. 

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Actually, War Changes Sometimes

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BattleCry, the first project from Bethesda's aptly-named BattleCry Studios, takes place in an alternate history where wars are fought in multiplayer team-based arenas called WarZones. A new batch of screens from E3 show off warriors from the game's three factions and a battlefield set in a shipping yard.

The folks in red are the Imperial Marines. The Han Republic is in green, and the Cossack Empire is represented with yellow. BattleCry has five classes: Enforcer, Brawler, Ranger, Duelist, and Gadgeteer. Each class has different equipment based on the empire they represent, as well as a different name and backstories. Similar to Blizzard's Overwatch, these are characters and not just classes.

One of these WarZones is explored in the screens as well. Based on the color scheme and architecture, the riverside town might be in Han Republic territory.

The Rules Of Tennis Don't Apply

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Mario and friends are back on the court, sporting a flagrant disregard for the rules of tennis. A new batch of screens and a trailer highlight the absurdity. 

Curve shots, giant characters, and flaming scorch marks (mind the grass, guys!) prove the Mario Tennis series still prioritizes frantic fun over actual tennis, and that's fine by me. Granted, the supersized characters seem like overkill, but the visuals look great. The biggest foul? Toadstool is refereeing and playing – even if it's a different Toadstool, it's a major conflict of interest. It's like they don't even take the game seriously!

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Life Is Strange Creators Announce Next Game

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Life Is Strange Creators Announce Next Game

Dontnod and Focus Home Interactive announced a new project today, entitled Vampyr.

Vampyr is a role-playing game that takes place in early 20th century Britain when the Spanish flu is causing great distress and death. That's not the people of London's biggest worry, however. Vampires are roaming the streets, just waiting for their next victim. You play as Jonathan E. Reid, a former military surgeon, who is now a vampire. 

The biggest choice you must make over the course of the game is who will be your prey. After all, sooner or later you must eat. Every character in the game has the potential to be your next victim. Essentially, you'll interact and get to know these characters before you decide if they're your next meal. You must carefully strategize how you'll seduce the victim and feast on them without getting caught. Feeding will also give you access to new vampire powers. But remember, once you chow down on a person, they're gone forever. Dontnod promises this will have an impact on the world around you. 

Time To Team Up With New Screens And A Trailer

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Time To Team Up With New Screens And A Trailer

Nintendo surprised fans with a new Metroid game at this year's E3, but the co-op focused shooter might not be what you expect. Some new screens and a trailer showcase the action.

Based in the Metroid Prime universe, Federation Force pits four pint-sized protagonists against a variety of giant bugs and beasts. The title seems more playful than previous Metroid games, and features a three-on-three Blast Ball mini-game. You can get a look at the action in the trailer below.

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Find Out What Gets Teddie and Co. Grooving In New Trailer and Screens

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Get ready to get in the groove with beloved Persona characters.

At E3 2015, Atlus revealed a new trailer and screens to showcase some of the sweet moves and story beats you'll experience in the upcoming rhythm game. Apparently, a mysterious website is at the root of all this crazy dancing. This is a Persona game after all, so it's not surprising that there's a story that plays off the weird occurrence. 

To find out more, check out the new trailer and screens below.

Colorful Characters Abound In New Trailer And Screens

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We've got a fresh batch of screens for Atlus and Intelligent Systems' crossover RPG, Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem, which show off some of the characters you'll be interacting with.

The screens focus exclusively on characters and environments, so if you're hoping for a glimpse of the actual gameplay, you're out of look. The Japanese trailer shows just a few glimpses of characters moving around in stages, but you may be too overwhelmed by the colorful visuals to notice.

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New Screens And Trailer Focus On The Future Of Multiplayer VR

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It’s hard to show the full extent of a VR game without using a VR headset, but the E3 trailer for Rigs Mechanized Combat League shows a promising first look at the upcoming Project Morpheus game.

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Rigs is a 3v3 arena combat game being developed by Gurrellia Cambridge exclusively for use with Sony’s Morpheus VR headset. The game drops players right into a flying, shooting mech designed to be maneuvered through a futuristic sports arena. Piloting the mech will require players to use the Project Morpheus headset in conjunction with a Dualshock 4 controller, but directional movement will be heavily dependent on using the VR tech.