PC Remaster Gets New Trailer, Updated Release Date

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PC Remaster Gets New Trailer, Updated Release Date

Today Rodeo Games revealed both a new trailer and an earlier release date for Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch – Enhanced Edition. PC-users will now be able to lead space marines into battle when the remastered turn-based strategy game comes out October 16 on Steam.

The enhanced version of the summer mobile title Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch will include more than 40 missions spread across the ravaged outskirts of Imperial Space. With fifty playable characters from six chapters – Space Wolves, Dark Angels, Ultramarines, Imperial Fists, Blood Angels, and Black Templars — and hundreds of weapons to choose from, armchair tacticians should have plenty of options for defeating the marauding Tyranids.

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Just Cause 3’s Chaotic Sandbox Is All About Making Physics Fun

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Just Cause 3’s Chaotic Sandbox Is All About Making Physics Fun

Just Cause 3 has an enormous, open world. The destruction looks fantastic, and the traversal systems have been refined and polished to make Rico feel even better to control. So why did I stand in one place for 10 minutes giggling?

Yesterday, I had the chance to play around in Avalanche’s sandbox largely unfettered. I was able to move around one segment of the 400 square mile open world (about the same size as Just Cause 2, but more densely packed with activities), and there were plenty of challenges to undertake and towns to liberate.

Instead, I found a new friend. I named him Giuseppe. When I first met the kindly, old man, he was sweeping his porch. He waved to me and told me how grateful he was that I was helping his country.

Celebrate Freedom From Early Access In This New Trailer

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Celebrate Freedom From Early Access In This New Trailer

The totally bro-tacular multiplayer shooter is finally freeing itself from the shackles of Early Access. Publisher Devolver Digital has announced that Broforce is transitioning into full release next week, and they do it with the most American trailer imaginable.

The full release will feature a new set of campaign missions as the bros travel to Hell for one final confrontation with Satan. Broforce musician Deon van Heerden and developer Free Lives have also released a five-track Freedom EP of Broforce music for early access buyers, including the trailer track “Ballad of Rambro.” The album will be available for purchase at a “prohibitively expensive” price after release, according to Devolver Digital.

The full release of Broforce also includes content released through early access since the game’s inception in 2012. This includes over a dozen characters like the Brominator and Brobocop, a level editor, and a versus and co-op mode. 

Lego Marvel's Avengers Pulls In More Of The Marvel Movies And Characters

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"You'd think that taking the [voice tracks] direct, would limit what you can do," Traveler's Tales' Arthur Parsons tells me. "But it's actually pretty cool." When I previewed Lego Marvel's Avengers at Gamescom, I enjoyed the Battle for New York and Clint Barton's farm segments, but worried a bit that the follow-up to Lego Marvel Superheroes was bound to the two Avengers films.

I was told at the time that more news was coming, and that the game had much more to offer than The Avengers and its sequel, Age of Ultron. Earlier this week, I found out exactly what a large chunk of that extra content is and how it's woven together.

In order to tell a cohesive story, Traveler's Tales is reordering the events and making use of flashbacks. The game opens up with an almost shot-for-shot remake of the opening scene of Age of Ultron. I say "almost," because there have been a number of changes for comedic purposes. "It has to be authentic, as well as fun," Parsons says.

Capcom Adds All-New Character Laura To The Roster

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The Street Fighter V roster continues to expand. While we've already seen several familiar faces appear in Street Fighter V, Capcom has done a good job of adding all-new characters to the upcoming fifth numbered entry in the legendary fighting franchise. At the Brasil Game Show, Capcom officially announced Laura Matsuda as the latest addition to the roster.

Laura joins Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Cammy, Vega, M. Bison, Birdie, Charlie Nash, Necalli, R. Mika, Rashid, Karin, and Zangief on the current Street Fighter V roster. Laura, who hails from Brazil, represents the first Jiu-Jitsu specialist in the Street Fighter franchise. She uses a grapple technique that features a projectile called Thunder Clap that stuns opponents. This move is designed to cause indecision in opponents' minds as they debate getting in close to engage Laura.

The new fighter also has a "Spark Show" state, which makes her projectiles further-reaching and her attacks and grabs deal enhanced levels of stun damage. With her moveset, Capcom claims Laura could become a favorite for players who like to get in close with their strategies. You can see Laura in action below and judge for yourself.

Rico Is On An Explosive Mission In New Just Cause 3 Trailer

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Square Enix has released a new gameplay trailer for Just Cause 3, and it's appropriately packed with action. Take a look at the clip to see Rico escort his buddy to safety, while being pursued by enemy helicopters, jeeps, and more.

Don't expect any story revelations here; General Di Ravello is still a bad dude, and Rico is doing his best to free the civilian populace from this madman's control. The point here is that it shows off a bunch of gameplay, so kick back and enjoy.

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Telltale Dates Tales From The Borderlands Episode 5, Offers Free Incentive

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Tales From The Borderlands' season finale, The Vault of the Traveler, now has a date and a teaser trailer, and developer/publisher Telltale Games is offering a free incentive to get you on board.

Episode 5 comes out October 20 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC, and Mac; October 21 for Xbox One and Xbox 360; and October 22 on iOS and Android.

The game's first episode, Zero Sum, is also now available for free to give you a taste.

Gameplay Video Demonstrates Zombies Aren’t The Deadliest Enemy

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Gameplay Video Demonstrates Zombies Aren’t The Deadliest Enemy

Capcom has a new gameplay video of its upcoming Resident Evil-themed shooter, Umbrella Corps. The folks at Capcom Japan go hands-on with the title, providing additional insight into the different ways players can experience the frantic, bloody action.

All the matches played take place in the game's One Life Match Mode, where players must eliminate the opposing squad in three-minute rounds without the ability to re-spawn. Thee rapid-fire bouts showcase Umbrella Corps’ fast-paced, close-quarters combat, as well as the unorthodox weaponry. 

Strategies on display include charging with the Brainer melee axe to land one-hit kills, and opening shutters to create new routes. The most entertaining (and fiendish) tactic may be destroying opponent’s zombie jammers, rendering them vulnerable to an overwhelming undead onslaught. 

Survival Of The Smartest In Fallout 4

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It's a tough post-apocalyptic world out there, but Vault-Tec has some tips to help you out.

Today's S.P.E.C.I.A.L. video covers intelligence – a good thing to have in Fallout 4 or just in general.

A high intelligence attribute helps you crack passwords, discover new technologies, create inventions, and more.

343 Details Forge For Halo 5, Brings In Top Cartographers To Test It Out

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Halo 5's take on Forge is getting a whole lot of additions, and a new blog post on 343's website breaks it down in great detail.

The big addition is the ability to group a collection of objects together to move large creations as one bulk piece. The video below, in which 343 brought in players most familiar with Forge's tools, claims its creators were able to create certain things in a matter of minutes that used to take hours. It's all very impressive, but we'll have to wait until Forge is out in the wild to see what it is truly capable of.

To see the game's latest trailers, which aired late last week, head here.