One Last Batch Of Batman: Arkham Knight Screens

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One Last Batch Of Batman: Arkham Knight Screens

Batman: Arkham Knight comes out next week, but that isn't stopping developer Rocksteady and publisher WB Games from unleashing a final salvo of impressive screenshots.

Check out the gallery below to see the Batmobile, along with some of the heroes and villains you can expect to see on June 23 when the game releases. 

Be sure to check back on our site soon for our full review of the game!

Shiny New Forza 6 Screens Show Off Impressive Attention To Detail

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Turn 10's latest installment of the Forza series is making full use of the Xbox One's horsepower, as you can see in these new shots.

Forza Motorsport 6 is racing to retail on September 15, and features 26 racing locations, 24-player online races, and 450 Forzavista cars. Microsoft is so excited about the title that they lowered an expensive-looking sports car down from the ceiling during the company's press conference. It was really confusing, but maybe the screens below will convince you that the game is worth the fanfare.

We'll bring you hands-on impressions of Forza 6 later in the show. In the meantime, check out the latest trailer.

We Nearly Got Murdered In XCOM 2, And We Loved It

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It’s the 20th anniversary of Unification Day – the day the aliens “blessed” humanity with their presence. But the underground XCOM resistance knows they’ve really conquered us. The Advent Administration is putting up a statue in honor of the anniversary, and blowing it up will be a big win for our troop moral.

We jump into battle with two new unit types: a ranger that deals a lot of damage close range and a specialist, which comes with a drone that can hack into mechanical units and take over defensive turrets.

Unlike the last XCOM, you can start a battle undetected and sneak around the field. We spot a group of enemies walking down a street and move two of our units into overwatch positions and then take aim and the groups leader. We immediately alert the enemy to our position, but as the enemies start to scatter, they activate our overwatch and walk into our bullets.

A Boy Solves Puzzles With His Giant Animal Companion

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A Boy Solves Puzzles With His Giant Animal Companion

The Last Guardian has been enthralling gamers since Team Ico first announced the title in 2009, and the spell continued with yesterday's demo at E3. Although Sony remains tight-lipped about the details of this PlayStation 4 exclusive, the company did release eight new screens featuring an unnamed boy and his feathery companion.

After its troubled development history, these endearing screens suggest Team Ico appears to have righted the ship. The Last Guardian arrives on PlayStation 4 in 2016. 

Fight Robotic Dragons And Dinosaurs In Guerrilla's Debut Screens

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Fight Robotic Dragons And Dinosaurs In Guerrilla's Debut Screens

The makers of Killzone over at Guerrilla Games surprised Sony’s audience on Monday with the announcement of Horizon Zero Dawn, a new action role-playing game with a stunning post-apocalyptic setting.

Horizon stars Aloy, a young woman from a tribal heritage living in a world many centuries after the fall of civilization. Her vibrant natural surroundings are filled with ancient ruins overgrown with plants, and humans have regressed to a primitive and less technological state of life. Amid the detritus of a fallen society, humans share the world with massive robotic creatures of many shapes and forms. 

Aloy hunts these creatures, but we’re told that Horizon is about much more than the deep combat system seen in the game’s first video trailer. In addition, Guerrilla describes the game to be filled with a vast landscape of forests, mountains, and ancient ruins that all are affected by a constantly shifting weather and day/night cycle. 

See Iron Man, Thor, And More In Latest Screens

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When you think of "Lego" and "Avengers" together, you probably have a pretty good idea what to expect. However, if you want to confirm your suspicions, you can check out the latest screens from the upcoming Lego Avenger-themed game.

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WB Games already released a pre-E3 trailer showing some of the heroes in action (which you can see above), and the screens below give you an even clearer look at the charcters. You can see Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, and one of those chitauri dragon things from the first Avengers movie. It may not be completely surprising, but that doesn't mean the game won't be fun anyway!

Screenshots And Two Trailers For The Upcoming Strategy/Simulation Game

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Anno 2205 is the newest entry in a city simulation series that has been around since the late ‘90s. This latest installment promises to be the largest title yet. Taking place a couple hundred years in the future, Anno 2205 tells the story of an Earth that is in dire need of resources. Players start here, where they must build up a cities and infrastructure until their expansion takes them to the next logical frontier: the moon.

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Like with other Anno titles, Anno 2205 puts players in charge of building multiple cities across different environments. Players will be able to build cities that rival previous Anno games both in size and population. In addition to the ability to bring life to the moon, Anno 2205 will bring a new infrastructure system to the series, along with new bridges, advanced population levels, multi-session gameplay, and a new trade system. 

Getting Reacquainted With Faith: Hands-On With Mirror's Edge Catalyst

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After a long hiatus, Mirror's Edge is finally back. We went hands-on with Mirror's Edge catalyst to learn more about how this prequel builds on its predecessor and takes the franchise in a new direction.

Before EA gave us the controller, they walked us through their plan for this long-anticipated sequel to the cult classic free-running game. DICE says it wanted Catalyst to preserve the style of the original game while transitioning to an open world, expanding the universe lore, and taking the gameplay in new directions.

Taking place years before the original, Mirror's Edge Catalyst tells the story of Faith's rise from a young runner to a catalyst for change in the futuristic city of Glass. Seemingly a peaceful utopia on the outside, Glass is actually the home to an oppressive regime that stymies personal freedom in the name of public order. The central villain responsible for this current state of the city is Gabriel Kruger, the CEO of the Kruger conglomerate that polices the city. In the shadow of this totalitarian regime, two rival factions have arisen. First is the runners, a group of rogue couriers that Kruger sometimes turns a blind eye to because he occasionally uses them to his own end. Second is a terrorist outfit that stands in firm opposition to Kruger. 

Watch Drake Swing His Way Into Trouble

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The live demo for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End featured a high octane car chase complete with a gunfight and several destroyed fences. As they fled, Sully told Drake they could never return to the city.

If you would like to relive Drake's out of control driving, you're in luck: Sony has released more than a dozen screenshots of the PlayStation exclusive, some taken from Naughty Dog's E3 demo. For those interested in something new, this batch of screenshots also shows a glimpse of Elena.

Uncharted 4 launches for PlayStation 4 in 2016.

Five Things We Learned Playing Star Wars Battlefront

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Since its announcement last year, fans have been abuzz about Star Wars Battlefront. Many questions have dominated the conversations online about the direction of the franchise. How close to the original Pandemic games would new developer DICE stay? Would the game have the depth of DICE's flagship Battlefield franchise or skew more mainstream? We finally got our hands on the high-profile shooter at the EA booth to gain a better understanding of what Battlefront is all about. Here are the five things that stood out most to us.

Battlefront Is Not A Battlefield CloneIt only takes a few minutes of play to realize that Battlefront is a much different experience than its modern military cousin. Spotting, teammate revives, ammo drops, and hardcore mode have been left behind. The same goes with four-player squad play and classes, but Battlefront does include a way to partner with one other player. Like Medal of Honor Warfighter's fireteams, players can respawn on their buddy. While you are moving across the battlefield, your partner is highlighted in yellow.

Since blasters don't need extra ammo, DICE replaced it with a cooldown to the weapons if you shoot continuously for too long. If a weapon overheats, it initiates an active reload system not unlike Gears of War. Timing your "reload" correctly can get your weapon ready for battles much quicker.