Customization Is King For Grand Theft Auto Online's New Content

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Customization Is King For Grand Theft Auto Online's New Content

Benny's is re-opening tomorrow in Grand Theft Auto Online, and the Lowrider customization shop is ready to create whatever you can come up with.

Rockstar has released a new video for the shop and some of its customization options, all of which are available for free tomorrow. Apart from being able to trick out your car (as well as show it off appropriately), you'll also get to choose from a slew of accessories and clothing options, as well as take part in new adversary modes and story missions.

If this has you excited, check out these previous details about the new content, including a trailer for its new missions.

Max Is Losing Control In Life Is Strange Finale Launch Trailer

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Life is Strange wraps up this week, as the mysteries of Max’s power and Arcadia Bay come to a close. If it’s been a while since you played episode four, the finale launch trailer will get you up to speed.

Dontnod’s episodic adventure has taken players to unexpected places, blending teen drama and supernatural powers. It’s tackled challenging subjects, and given players the opportunity to change Max’s fate.

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Star Wars Battlefront Commercial Sells The Game’s Biggest Feature: Nostalgia

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People aren’t just coming to Star Wars Battlefront for the gameplay. They want to relive the Star Wars experience.

As we’ve watched the game’s evolution, it’s become clear that EA and DICE aren’t aiming for the depth of the Battlefield series. Much of Battlefront’s gameplay is streamlined for accessibility, and with an enormous license and faithful following, that makes sense.

Star Wars Battlefront’s biggest feature isn’t the gunplay or the modes. It’s that it looks and sounds exactly like the movies.

Replay – Carrier

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You asked for it. We revisit the Dreamcast survival-horror classic (?), and see if it's worthy of our December 31 Super Replay.

Everything We Know About The Cast So Far

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Everything We Know About The Cast So Far

Persona 5 is shrouded in mystery. Atlus has provided fans only a few trailers to keep them at bay. After announcing a recent delay, the Japanese official website finally listed some information about the cast.

The Persona games have earned a following for their endearing characters, but after various spin-offs focusing on older casts, the time is right for some new lifeblood. Persona 5 features the first new cast in close to eight years; they'll tackle the challenges of being a part of modern society and feeling restrained by the various roles and expectations it places on them. Here are the personalities you'll be getting to know when you take Persona 5 for a spin in 2016. 

Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch Launches Today With Explosive New Screenshots

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Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch Launches Today With Explosive New Screenshots

The PC version of Rodeo Games’ Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch is out today. If you happened to miss the Unreal Engine 4 strategy game on iOS (or simply don’t prefer mobile gaming), the grim dark future awaits on Steam.

Deathwatch tasks you with training a team of Space Marines from across six different chapters. Unlike other groups of the Emperor’s Adeptus Astartes, the Deathwatch come from across the galaxy to serve as the last line of defense against alien threats.

Throughout Deathwatch, your troops will grow in strength. That is, of course, if they survive the Tyranid onslaught. You’ll be able to equip them with wargear you unlock to tailor your team to your play style.

In Divinity: Original Sin, Even Water Balloons Are Tactical Instruments Of War

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When Divinity: Original Sin arrived on PC last year, it was lauded for its versatility. Using elements in combination allows players to create unique solutions to the game’s problems (both in and out of combat).

Today we get a chance to see some of the options available when fighting the game’s monsters. Fire spells can ignite explosive barrels or oil on the ground. Ice can make for slippery conditions. And steam and lightning can be used in combination to exorcise ghosts.

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Dark Souls III Casts Its Spell In New Screens

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Dark Souls III Casts Its Spell In New Screens

A new batch of screens for Dark Souls III have appeared on the game's Japanese website showing off the game's co-op multiplayer and more.

The shots (see the gallery below) seem to be from the game's TGS build, featuring the Academy Assassin's Soul Dart, the Dancer of the Frigid Valley boss, and cleric build.

Dark Souls III is slated to release this spring on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC