Rainbow Six Siege Trailer Shows Off British Counter-Terrorist Team

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Rainbow Six Siege Trailer Shows Off British Counter-Terrorist Team

The Rainbow Six team is composed of elite specialists from around the world, but the latest trailer focuses squarely on the members and abilities of the British counter-terrorist unit.

This video for Ubisoft's tactical shooter showcases the unique weapons the members have – like shields and sledgehammers – that allow them to work effectively as a team. 

Rainbow Six Siege releases later this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

New Teaser Trailer Paints A Modified Futuristic World

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New Teaser Trailer Paints A Modified Futuristic World

A new teaser trailer promises a full Call of Duty: Black Ops III reveal for April 26, and runs down the history of its future world.

The trailer is, unfortunately, bereft of gameplay, but it sets the stage for the events Black Ops III. It's a world where robotic body modification has extended well beyond the military and into the consumer world, recalling science-fiction stories like Ghost in the Shell, and the upcoming Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

The teaser also promises a full reveal for the game this Sunday, April 26. For more on the game, head here and here.

How To Customize Rory McIlroy PGA Tour Just The Way You Like It

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Everybody's golf game is a little different – we all have our own Achilles' heel. In relation to EA Sports' PGA Tour franchise, some of us have trouble with putting; some with reading the ball lie; and some have a combination of problems. While this year's Rory McIlroy PGA Tour game (out in June for the new home consoles) isn't changing the gameplay to directly make things easier per se, the new customization options let you tweak the title's various mechanics and visual displays to suit the game to your skills.

Rory's gameplay is broken down into three styles: Arcade, Classic, and Tour. These roughly correspond to the swing mechanics, visual aids, and stuff that we've seen in past titles. Arcade lets you power boost and apply spin to the ball, Classic brings back the genre's infamous three-click swing (via fan demand), and Tour removes all the aids to try and give you a harder/more pure experience.

This isn't anything new, but where this title gets fun is that it lets you create a custom style by toggling and mixing what kinds of gameplay mechanics you prefer. So, if you like to be able to apply mid-air spin or see the ball line for where it might go after you put some draw on it, but don't need to see the putting grid, then you can tailor the experience to your style of play.

Overlord: Fellowship Of Evil Is A New Direction For The Series

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The minions are returning in Overlord: Fellowship of Evil, but they aren't the only baddies that will be by your side. Four-player co-op comes to this latest entry in the franchise, and that's not the only change.

The downloadable game comes out this year to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for $19.99, and features four-player online/offline co-op play (with minions in tow as well). You are one of the Netherghuls – created to stamp out a glimmer of happiness in the world. If you don't play co-op, you can still go through the game as a single player. This addition changes the camera to an overhead, isometric position,  and Codemaster intimates that other departures from the franchise's past may also be in store.

For a look back at the events leading up to Fellowship of Evil, check out this lead-in trailer.

Lord of Magna Maiden Heaven Gets June Release Date And Gameplay Trailer

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XSeed has revealed a June 2 release date for their upcoming 3DS strategy RPG Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven. Lord of Magna was created by the former Rune Factory team and focuses on a man named Luchs who inherited a family inn and can’t get any customers. After an amnesiac fairy named Charlotte comes to live with him, he soon meets more fairies and guests.

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You can take a look at the gameplay trailer above to see the combat of the strategy battles. You need to use your special attacks to bowl over hordes of enemies and you can learn more by talking and forming bonds with the girls living in your inn.

The Sword-Wielding Feline Hero Returns This May In Remastered Edition

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The Sword-Wielding Feline Hero Returns This May In Remastered Edition

Nordic Games' 2005 3D platformer, Legend of Kay, is being remastered this summer for its 10th anniversary. Playing as the cat Kay, you specialize in martial-arts combat and sword fights, while fiercely fighting against Shun, the leader of gorillas and oppressor of the cat people. The release of this remastered version marks the 10th anniversary of the game, which initiated on the PlayStation 2.

Legend of Kay is coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC, and Mac on May 29, with retail prices ranging from $19.99 to $29.99, depending on the platform.

Creative Assembly Dives Into Fantasy In Total War: Warhammer

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Earlier this year, rumors of a Total War: Warhammer circulated, thanks to a reference in a Total War art book. Today, Sega and Creative Assembly officially announced the game through an impressive-looking CG trailer. It doesn't feature any gameplay, but it does do a solid job of establishing the tone that the studio is working toward.

The trailer shows some of the factions, which are bound to be familiar to those who have played Games Workshop's tabletop Warhammer game. Orcs and the undead make appearances, as well as intimidating dragons and shows of magical force.

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Xbox's May Update Focuses Mostly On Windows 10

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Xbox's May Update Focuses Mostly On Windows 10

May will be a light month in terms of updates for Xbox One, but Windows 10 is getting a number of new Xbox-related features.

You can check out a preview of the next update in the video below, or by heading here. On Xbox One, you will soon be able to turn your console on and off with the Glass app, and you will be able to display photos on your tablet to the Xbox One.

Most of the updates covered in the video focus on Windows 10's Xbox integration. Things like the Xbox One's game DVR will be available on Windows 10 and you will be able to access and edit your avatar using your PC.

Japanese Story Trailer Shows Off Plenty Of Cutscenes

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Japanese Story Trailer Shows Off Plenty Of Cutscenes

The trailer is in Japanese, so you might not glean much in terms of actual content, but there is plenty to see.

You will see plenty of shots of new characters, new locations, new mechs, and lots of close-up shots of faces as people nod in agreement while piloting their flying robots. You can check out the video below.

Xenoblade Chronicles X releases in Japan on April 29, and though it doesn't have a locked release date in North America, it is planned for this year.