Get A Glimpse Of The Future Of Combat With This New Video

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This new behind-the-scenes video is all about Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s future tech. In the video, Sledgehammer Game’s Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey explain what the new technology is and how it will change the way war is fought on the digital battlefield.

Among the new technologies featured are the threat detection grenades, which illuminate enemies when thrown, the mobile barricade, a large movable shield that provides cover, the laser rifle-like directed energy weapons, and of course hover vehicles.

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Autobots Rally For An Ancient Relic In New Launch Trailer

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Autobots Rally For An Ancient Relic In New Launch Trailer

The Autobots have returned to make their last stand in the against the Decepticons in a battle for the Dark Spark. Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is in stores now, and Activision has released a new trailer narrated by Optimus Prime in which characters like Bumblebee, Drift and Grimlock highlight some of their moves on the battlefield.

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Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark's release coincides with the premiere of the latest Transformers film, Transformers: Age of Extinction, out this Friday. Although Rise of the Dark Spark chronicles the events of the battle for planet Cybertron like in High Moon Studios' previous games in the series (Transformers: War for Cybertron and Transformers: Fall of Cyberton), Rise of the Dark Spark comes from Edge of Reality on consoles and WayForward on 3DS.

Launch Trailer Digs Into Gameplay

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Shovel Knight is finally arriving this week, and to celebrate, Yacht Club Games has released a launch trailer. After rocketing past its $75,000 Kickstarter goal in April 2013, Yacht Club has been hard at work finishing up the 8-bit nostalgia piece.

In his preview last year, Tim Turi described Shovel Knight as a “rock-solid hybrid of Capcom’s Duck Tales and Mega Man games.” You can see how true that is in the trailer below.

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Surprise! Zombie Driver Ultimate Edition Is Out Now On Xbox One

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Exor Studios has a surprise for you. Its vehicular undead slaughter simulator, Zombie Driver, is unexpectedly out today on Xbox One.

The title has appeared on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and Android devices before, but the new version boasts some upgrades. You can get behind the wheel and drive through a campaign, races, and the slaughter mode. All of the DLC released on other platforms is included in the Xbox One version, which reportedly runs at 60 frames per second.

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Link Heats Up The Battlefield With The Fire Rod

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Hyrule Warriors information is starting to flow quickly. This weekend we shared with you an interview with Tecmo Koei and a trailer of Link in action. Now we’ve got a look at the hero wielding one of the franchise’s iconic weapons: the fire rod.

Link can use the large staff to fire off magical shots or as a flamethrower. The rod also has its own Musou attacks for doling out huge damage to multiple enemies in your path.

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Exclusive Concept Art Gallery

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Exclusive Concept Art Gallery

Game’s don’t just leap from ideas to code; developers spend a great deal of time and money honing their visions before they are implemented. For Far Cry 4, not only did Ubisoft send a select team of developers out to Nepal to research the country, but it created a museums worth of concept art pieces. Here is a brief look at some of that art, and some details about how it helped shape Far Cry 4’s fictional world of Kyrat.

“This is one of the original concept pieces we did when we decided to set the game inside a fictional Nepal-like country," says Far Cry 4 brand manager Henri Guay. "This was our attempt to experiment with what the place looks like and what it represents. Our concept artists were inspired by the Gansehthan Temple in Bharatpur, Nepal.”

A few team members took a trip to Nepal to help give them a solid grasp on the architecture and natural beauty of the land. In the distance you can see native Tibetan fir trees. “Nailing the architecture and finding a vibe for a country can be tricky," Guay says. "Since this image was originally created, the team has taken this same image and dropped it down by about five to ten degrees Celsius, so this same biome now has a little more snow and more cool feel.”

Extended Gameplay Trailer Running On PS4

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Developer Blueside recently announced that its action/ strategy free-to-play MMO will be coming to PS4. Now you can see the game in action in a new five-minute, in-engine trailer showing off the huge scale of the game’s battles.

Kingdom Under Fire II was originally announced in 2008 and aimed at a 2009 release for consoles and PC, but suffered from numerous delays. The game will be a return to the Kingdom Under Fire series’ strategic roots, featuring direct troop control, multiple playable characters, and large scale battles.

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New Character Fights His Way Into Series Canon

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New Character Fights His Way Into Series Canon

After retelling TV series canon for more than a decade, the newest Dragonball Z game brings a narrative twist with an all-new character.

Revealed at E3 2014, Dragon Ball Xenoverse introduces a new, caped character with spiky, red Saiyan-style hair and iconic scouter who battles through the events of the show. Though we don’t know this new character’s name yet, we do have some screens of him interacting with existing Dragon Ball Z mainstays.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse will release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. For more, check out our coverage of the demo at E3 2014 and watch the latest Did You Know Gaming video on Dragon Ball Z games.

Here's A New Batch Of New N' Tasty Screens

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Here's A New Batch Of New N' Tasty Screens

Following its showing at E3, developer Just Add Water has released a collection of new screens for its upcoming remake, Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee New N' Tasty.

Far more than just an HD upgrade of Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, you can check out the screens in the gallery below. The collection is a showcase of images form the game's first three locations. We had a chance to check out the game at E3 and walked away with positive impressions. You can read about those here.

The game is coming to the PlayStation Network on July 22, but will also release for PC, Mac, Linux, Wii U, and Xbox One at some point in the future.

Harvest Moon Channels Minecraft In The Lost Valley Trailer

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The next entry in the Harvest Moon series looks to have some world manipulation elements that will be familiar to Minecraft players.

Minecraft has always shared some mechanics with Harvest Moon in terms of gathering supplies and growing plants, and the latest trailer looks like the two games might overlap a little more. In Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley, which is releasing this year for 3DS, players can raise and lower the landscape similar to the way you can in Minecraft. It will allow players to mold the world to their preference with much more options for customization.

You can check out the trailer for the game below.