The Latest Look At Xenoblade Chronicles X Is Still In Japanese

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During this morning’s Nintendo Direct, the publisher featured another look at the upcoming Xenoblade Chronicles X. The title from Monolith Soft is supposed to be arriving this year, but its most recent trailer is still in Japanese.

The latest video gives us a look at the game’s exploration, which covers a variety of different climates and terrain types. Given the Wii U’s more powerful hardware, Xenoblade Chronicles X is a significant step up from its predecessor on the Wii.

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Kitana And Kung Lao Rejoin The Fight In Latest Mortal Kombat X Trailer

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Kitana And Kung Lao Rejoin The Fight In Latest Mortal Kombat X Trailer

While Nintendo fans were celebrating with the first Direct of 2015, NetherRealm and Warner Bros. trickled out something a bit bloodier. We learned recently that Kung Lao is returning for Mortal Kombat X, and now we know that Kitana will rejoin the fight, too.

The latest trailer shows off the pair of returning kombatants, as well as new and returning fighters we’ve seen before. Stick around for the entire thing to get a look at Kitana’s Fatality.

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2015 Smite World Championship Screens Show Off Smite On Xbox One

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The 2015 Smite World Championship happened this weekend, and with it comes new screens for the upcoming Xbox One version of the game.

You can check out the new screens collected below, as well as lots of pictures from the championship event.

The tournament came down to two teams (as competitive events typically do): Cognitive Prime from North America Titan from Europe. Cognitive Prime came out on top taking home the $2,612,610 prize.

See Evolve’s Armadillo-Like Behemoth Roll Faster Than A Sherman Tank

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Evolve is out in just under a month, which means it’s time to unveil the DLC monster that’s been teased for ages. We’ve known that pre-orders come with the first DLC beast, but now we actually know what that is. Enter: The Behemoth.

The Behemoth is an enormous, boulder-like creature that can roll itself into a ball and mow down enemies. We had a chance to chat with Turtle Rock about what makes him different than the fire-spewing Goliath.

“Behemoth is a tank of a Monster that becomes a giant, destructive boulder and rolls through the environment for quick traversal,” Turtle Rock’s Chris Ashton tells us. “He has the most armor, the largest pool of health, and packs the biggest punch of any Monster in Evolve, making Behemoth extremely dangerous in close quarters.”

Kung Lao Confirmed For Mortal Kombat X With New Screenshot

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Kung Lao Confirmed For Mortal Kombat X With New Screenshot

NetherRealm’s Ed Boon has confirmed that Kung Lao (and his fashionably deadly hat) are headed to Mortal Kombat X. The title takes place later in the timeline, which puts this version of the Shaolin Monk in his sunset years.

Boon shared the image on Friday night via Twitter, stating that this was one of many images featured in the latest issue of UK magazine Gamesmaster. Kung Lao joins returning characters Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Goro, Quan Chi, Kano, and Raiden. New additions to the roster include Cassie Cage, Kotal Kahn, Ferra Torr, and D’Vorah.

For more on Mortal Kombat X, check out our most recent hands-on preview. You can also check out an interview with Ed Boon from E3 2014, in which he told us about a new approach to online play.

Mike Bithell Shows Off Volume’s Enemies (With A Dash Of Andy Serkis)

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Mike Bithell’s Volume is a retelling of the classic Robin Hood tale. The classic green-clad hero avoided the Sheriff of Nottingham’s men, and Bithell’s Robert Locksley will have his own foes with which to contend.

You’ll note that the enemies all have medieval appellations, including the pawn, knight, archer, and hound. Don’t be fooled though, these enemies are equipped with more advanced armaments than their names suggest.

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Mobile Game Gets Its First Trailer

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Mobile Game Gets Its First Trailer

Sons of Anarchy the TV show may be over, but the video game based on it is still in the works.

Teased by Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter back in February, and made official last month, we now get to see what the game looks like in action. When Sutter first started talking about the game on Twitter he said things like, "It represents the evolution of gaming," and "It's pretty f***ing awesome."

The game follows new characters in a new location and the trailer seems to hint the player will be trying to join a biker crew. You can check it out below.