Crystal Dynamics Explores Rise Of The Tomb Raider’s Challenges In Three-Part Series

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Crystal Dynamics Explores Rise Of The Tomb Raider’s Challenges In Three-Part Series

While Microsoft has its attention on Halo 5’s release next week, it hasn’t forgotten that another title is right around the corner. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 timed exclusive Rise of the Tomb Raider arrives on November 10.

In the lead-up to its release, Crystal Dynamics has produced a three-part series focused on different aspects of the game. In the first episode, we learn more about the environmental challenges Lara will face.

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More Of Mario's Gang Of Misfits Show Up In New Trailer

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More Of Mario's Gang Of Misfits Show Up In New Trailer

Nintendo has released a new gameplay trailer for Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, which shows the plumber being joined by a few more friends that share his flagrant disregard for the rules of tennis. 

Like the previous trailer, things start out relatively normal, before mega mushrooms, super-sonic serves, and physics-defying curve shots start showing up. The trailer also highlights some new contenders, including Boo, Daisy, and that Waluigi guy that only an idiot could love. See the action-packed shenanigans for yourself in the trailer below.

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Here’s What Makes Star Wars Battlefront’s Leia, Han, And Palpatine Special

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Here’s What Makes Star Wars Battlefront’s Leia, Han, And Palpatine Special

If you played in the Star Wars Battlefront beta, you may have had the chance to take control of Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader. Those aren’t the only two heroes (and villains) joining the fight, though.

Today, EA and DICE have detailed what to expect from Leia Organa, Han Solo, and Emperor Palpatine. Each plays differently, with their own special skills.

Leia is a support hero, helping rebel troops hold the line. Rebels that spawn near her will do so as Alderaan Honor Guards. 

Here’s What Makes Star Wars Battlefront’s Leia, Han, And Palpatine Special

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Here’s What Makes Star Wars Battlefront’s Leia, Han, And Palpatine Special

If you played in the Star Wars Battlefront beta, you may have had the chance to take control of Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader. Those aren’t the only two heroes (and villains) joining the fight, though.

Today, EA and DICE have detailed what to expect from Leia Organa, Han Solo, and Emperor Palpatine. Each plays differently, with their own special skills.

Leia is a support hero, helping rebel troops hold the line. Rebels that spawn near her will do so as Alderaan Honor Guards. 

Prey For The Gods Hopes You Liked Shadow Of The Colossus

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Shadow of the Colossus is considered one of the most beloved games of the PlayStation 2 era. No Matter hopes you still want to climb monsters, as it appears to be working on a game that borrows heavily from Team Ico’s masterpiece.

We know very little about Prey for the Gods right now. Developer No Matter was founded 13 months ago and consists of only three developers. 

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Halo 5’s Clan System Is Called ‘Spartan Companies’

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Halo 5’s Clan System Is Called ‘Spartan Companies’

Halo 5: Guardians will feature fully-featured clan support in the form of the new Spartan Companies. Beyond just a simple clan tag, companies give players a home on Halo Waypoint to exchange messages, plan game sessions, and view stats and configurations.

Each company will have a customizable tag, banner, motto, and description. Once your founded company has at least four members, every member will earn a Req pack. If you join an active company, you’ll be eligible for the same reward.

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Learn All The Ways Players Can Exterminate Rodents In New Vermintide Video

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Warhammer’s co-op focused, rodent slaying action game is infesting PCs this week. Developer Fatshark lays out all the details on what players can expect in a new game overview.

Fatshark runs through the five playable characters, the dice-based loot system, and different enemy classes (which include Gatling gun-wielding vermin). The video also explain how systems such as the conflict director automatically pace the experience and create unique playthroughs. To find out more about  what Vermintide entails, check out our preview

Warhammer: End Times–Vermintide launches on PC on October 23 and is heading to current-gen consoles at an unspecified date.