Steph Curry Comes Out Of The Shadows For NBA 2K16

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The journey to success isn't always clear and it's not always easy. Check out one of NBA 2K16's cover stars – Steph Curry – and his road to becoming a champion.

The new trailer is the first in a series detailing the stories of the game's three cover stars: Steph Curry, James Harden, and Anthony Davis. They'll also highlight the game's story mode, MyCareer, scripted by director Spike Lee.

For more on Spike Lee's involvement in the game's MyCareer mode, click the link. In other NBA 2K16 news, ProAm mode was also recently revealed.

Here's What You Will Need To Play The Phantom Pain On PC

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Here's What You Will Need To Play The Phantom Pain On PC

There aren't may surprises in The Phantom Pain's system requirements, but it does demand a bit more RAM than Ground Zero's recommended settings.

For comparison's sake, you can find Ground Zeroes' system requirements here and Phantom Pain's below. You will need twice as much RAM than you did for Ground Zeroes if you want the true Phantom Pain experience.

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Just Dance 2016 Will Let You Dance Along To The Angry Birds Theme

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Just Dance 2016 Will Let You Dance Along To The Angry Birds Theme

The latest video for Just Dance 2016 adds a handful of predictable tracks to the game, but there is one that stands out as a bit of a surprise.

We don't highlight the wildly successful Just Dance series often, but the image of four dancers wearing Angry Birds costumes that very likely obscures their vision is one that caught my attention. The clip is brief, only showing up for a few seconds around the 0:39 second mark below.

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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 Gets A New Look

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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 Gets A New Look

At E3, gamers got their first hands-on with the upcoming, old school-but-not-outdated Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5, but what greeted them at Gamescom this week in Germany had an all new look to it. We talked briefly with one of the game's developers Robomodo (Disruptive Games is also on the project) about the 180 in the game's visual style.

When we first revealed the game earlier this year, some people didn't think the graphics were truly next gen. Robomodo CEO Josh Tsui, however, explains why the studio did it and that the change wasn't the result of any one moment, but rather "the next step in a design."

When did you make the decision to change the art style? Why was the decision made?Josh Tsui: I wouldn't say there was a single decision, per se – this is the design we've been working toward internally for some time now. But as with everything else, it's an evolving process, and we've pushed the visual style forward in increments to balance it alongside other technical benchmarks and gameplay and multiplayer optimizations. So what you're seeing now is more the next step in a design rather than a totally new concept.

A New Video Details Hostess Clubs, Character Design, And Fighting Techniques

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The unique world of Yakuza 5 is filled with everything from street fights to hostess clubs. In the second entry to a three part series, Yakuza series General Director Roshihiro Nagoshi and Producer Masayoshi Yokoyama discuss new features in the upcoming PS3 game, and the inspirations behind them.

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This time around, the pair discuss the game’s international fanbase, go in-depth about the design process behind the character Kiryu, and talk about the research behind Yakuza 5’s hostess clubs. To find out more about the game, be sure to check out the first developer interview.

The Graphics Of All The Versions Of MGS V Compared

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The Graphics Of All The Versions Of MGS V Compared

Here's a look at how all the versions look of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain in comparison with specific other versions, including the PC going up against the PS4.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain comes out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on September 1.

For more on the game, check out this 30-minute, in-depth look at Mother Base and how the online Forward Operating Bases work.

Heroes Of The Storm's New Heroes, Battleground, Skins & Mounts

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At Gamescom, Blizzard announced a host of new heroes and other content, including the ranged support medic.

The new content also includes Kharazim, who has been rumored up until this point. Also coming from Diablo is the Infernal Shrines battleground, and there are also new skins and mounts.

Blizzard says the skins and mounts will be in the store soon while Infernal Shrines is in development. No word on the heroes.