The Teaser Trailer Has No Time For Plastic Cups Of Water

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Teased at the end of Lego Batman Batman 3 in November and recently confirmed, this Lego Jurassic World teaser shows us what to expect from tiny plastic dinosaurs.

You can check out the brief teaser below which confirms that while dinosaurs have the potential to be scarier and more violent then Tt Games' other Lego adaptations, this one will probably just as goofy.

It's not clear to what extent Lego Jurassic World will borrow from each film, but it will contain all four Jurassic Park movies, including Jurassic World, which releases in theaters on June 12.

Ermac Gets An Official Introduction For His Mortal Kombat X Appearance

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Last week, NetherRealm announced a returning character, Ermac, on a live stream. If you tuned in, you got see the master of souls in action. Now, he’s getting an official introduction.

A new trailer shows off some of his moves against Sub-Zero, including his X-Ray and the start of one of his fatalities. Using telekinesis to twist an opponent into a pretzel hardly seems fair.

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DOA 5 Last Round On PC Delayed, Launch Trailer Released

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Dead or Alive 5 Last Round adds two new fighters and stages (among other additions), and today's launch trailer for the title includes a comprehensive look at the fighter.

The game comes out for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3 on February 17, but unfortunately the PC version via Steam has been delayed until March 30.

If you own DOA 5 Ultimate on the last-gen systems you can transfer your progress to Last Round, and you can also try out Last Round on the new systems via Core Fighters. For more on Core Fighters, check out the game's official website.

Learn The Essentials Of Evolve

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Turtle Rock’s upcoming first-person shooter, Evolve, is poised to be the biggest game of the year so far. With the release a mere week away, we’re now looking ahead to see whether or not Evolve can live up to the hype. Feel like you’re left in the dark about Evolve? This primer will get you up to speed in no time.

A new IP from the studio behind Left 4 Dead, Evolve pits four players against one in an asymmetric multiplayer experience. While that might not seem like a fair fight, the catch is that the solo player controls a massive monster, while the team of four is populated by human (or humanoid) characters. The end result is a boss battle dynamic where one player gets to control the boss as it slowly grows in power.

Originally slated for release in October 2014, 2K and Turtle Rock pushed the launch date into 2015 in order to polish the game. After a mass exodus into 2015 that included Batman: Arkham Knight, Dying Light, and The Order: 1886, this year’s release schedule is already crowded with big names vying for attention. While Evolve’s presence at expos like PAX and E3 were undeniably exciting, it will take a truly exemplary experience for this game to shine that bright at home.

Game Of Thrones Episode 2 Gets Murderous Launch Trailer

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This week marks the return of Telltale’s Game of Thrones series. As you might expect, things turn bloody when you return to Westeros.

The launch trailer below is spoiler-free, so if you’re just interested in checking out the visuals and haven’t played the first episode, you’re safe. And if you are ready for the next installment, you won’t have to wait long.

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Noir Survival-Horror Game Gets Two New Trailers, Release Date

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OSome Studios has revealed a release date for its upcoming survival-horror/noir game, White Night, as well as a pair of new trailers.

As we mentioned in an earlier feature about under-the-radar games, White Night is designed to provide an old-school survival-horror experience with visuals that wouldn't have been possible during the genre's heyday. The game is set in Boston during the 1930s. White Night begins after the protagonist accidentally strikes a woman with his car. He enters a seemingly abandoned mansion for help, which is where things spiral into a nightmare.

This first trailer sets up the mystery and atmosphere.

Strategic Sports Title Frozen Cortex Gets A Single Player Update

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There are two aspects of contemporary gaming that I love. One is asymmetric play, that is having opposing sides with different units, resources, and even goals. The other is planned, but simultaneously executed movement. Mode 7 has this one down pat.

Mode 7’s Frozen Synapse (now available on PS3, Vita, and PC) puts players in charge of military squads. Plotting movement means anticipating enemy vision cones and range of fire. 

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From Software Explains Bloodborne's Chalice Dungeons

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Back in December, From Software debuted Bloodborne's procedurally generated Chalice Dungeons. Today the company has released a new clip talking about these foreboding locales.

Producer Masaaki Yamagiwa says that the dungeons, beneath the city of Yharnam, were created to keep things fresh for players both in terms of new things to explore and to continually keep the community talking about and sharing their experiences with the game.

You can share the dungeons with others (as well as tackle the cooperatively) so there should always be something new to try.

OlliOlli 2 Grinds Out Its First Trailer

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OlliOlli 2 Grinds Out Its First Trailer

The sequel to Roll7's excellent skateboarding game OlliOlli is coming in 2015, and the developer has just released a new trailer for the game.

Judging by the trailer, the general strategy seems to be a familiar one: bigger, faster, more. It's a strategy that looks to be paying off. OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood is scheduled to release on an unannounced date sometime this year.

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Crossover Anime Fighting Game Arrives In North America And Europe

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Crossover Anime Fighting Game Arrives In North America And Europe

Sega announced today that Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, the crossover fighting game featuring some of the most popular characters from ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Bunko imprint, will be coming to North America and Europe this Summer on both PS3 and Vita and as a digital download on the PlayStation Network. The game pulls its roster of playable characters and assist characters from series like Sword Art Online, Durarara, Oreimo, and more.

Some highlights from the roster include Kirito and Asuna from Sword Art Online, Shizuo Heiwajima from Durarara, Mikoto Misaka from A Certain Scientific Railgun, and Taiga Aisaka from Toradora. The game also features Akira Yuki from Virtua Fighter and Selvaria Bles from Valkyria Chronicles as guest characters.

The announcement trailer shows off small snippets of gameplay and teases a majority of the roster of playable characters and assist characters.