New Trailers Introduce Allies

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New Trailers Introduce Allies

Far Cry has always made a point to include strong allies to help its players out. 5 appears to be no different on that front. 

Ubisoft just released a bevy of trailers, introducing us to three side characters who will do everything they can to help our protagonist best accomplish their mission.

There's Pastor Jerome:

Trailer Reveals Country Strife And Release Date

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Trailer Reveals Country Strife And Release Date

After several mysterious tidbits, Ubisoft has finally revealed significant news about Far Cry 5. Specifically the game's release date and footage of the game in action.

You can watch the trailer here:

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Telltale Releases Trailer For The Climactic Season Finale

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Telltale Releases Trailer For The Climactic Season Finale

The final episode of The Walking Dead's third season releases next week, but right now we're still dwelling on explosive ending from the previous episode.

The decisions made throughout the series have strained every relationship, calling even family into question. With each corrupt leader, painful betrayal, and horde of zombies, we've been forced to make increasingly difficult choices that force us to reevaluate our morals and reasoning. It will be interesting to see the impact of last episode's choices and where the story will ultimately end up.

With Richmond on the verge of collapse, and a confrontation between Javier and his brother David imminent, the finale promises more of the intense decision-making that's permeated the series. New faces look to make an appearance in the final installment as well, bringing with them the potential for more brutal decisions that come standard with any relationship in the zombie apocalypse. Telltale released a trailer that teases how it may all come together.

Get Your First Glimpse Of NBA Live 18

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Get Your First Glimpse Of NBA Live 18

Since the series took its first hiatus back in 2010, the NBA Live has never regained its shooting form. From 2013 to 2015 the development seemed to be moving in the right direction, but the progress wasn't significant enough to challenge the NBA 2K series in any serious way. After taking another year off, EA Sports is finally ready to show us what NBA Live 18 has to offer. 

These screenshots and video are our first look at EA's latest attempt to rebuild its NBA brand. Check them out:

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Larian Studios Sets Release Date For Upcoming RPG

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Larian Studios Sets Release Date For Upcoming RPG

Larian Studios has announced that the long-awaited sequel to Divinity: Original Sin is coming September 14, 2017.

In addition to earlier announcements about the inclusion of a Game Master Mode, Larian Studios is celebrating this announcement with an Early Access patch featuring a brand new companion relationship system, upgraded character creation and crafting, and other additional content discussed below.

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New Cars, Modes, And Mayhem In New Gameplay Trailer

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New Cars, Modes, And Mayhem In New Gameplay Trailer

A new trailer for the upcoming Cars 3 video game highlights some of the new modes fans can expect to play when the game releases June 13.

Using classic Cars characters like Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez or newcomers like Jackson Storm, players can look forward to the following modes:

It feels like Cars 3 is taking influence from a certain Nintendo racing game in its Takedown and Battle Race modes, and could be a great kart racing substitute for those without a Wii U or Switch.

The Tough Choices Leading To The Walking Dead: A New Frontier's Last Episode

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The Tough Choices Leading To The Walking Dead: A New Frontier's Last Episode

We're on the eve of the release of the final episode of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, which comes out on May 30, so why not look back at some of the decisions you've had to live with up to this point. Warning: Spoilers from this season and previous ones ahead.

The developers at Telltale set the table for what should be an episode filled with more tough choices.

While you might not want to reflect on some of the terrible things you've had to do so far, the video does provide some solace (or not); showing what percentage of players made what decisions.

Here's What It's Like To Raid A Warchief's Fortress In Shadow Of War

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Here's What It's Like To Raid A Warchief's Fortress In Shadow Of War

Middle-earth: Shadow of War, the sequel to Shadow of Mordor, is nearing its August release date. I recently got some hands-on time with the game and glimpsed how the Nemesis system has evolved and what it's like to try and take on a war chief in his Uruk fortress. 

The answer: It's extremely difficult. During the demo, I was given my own squad of friendly Uruk, controlled by protagonist Talion's will-bending powers, and each of them had their own selectable platoons I could customize before battle. As is expected with the series, each platoon leader had their own respective personalities, like the cannibal who had toes and arms sticking out of a messenger bag and who spoke in rhymes. A pre-battle menu gave me the ability to arm my platoon leaders with special units, like creatures carrying catapults, balrogs, and bomb-strapped berserkers. These units allow you to break down walls at various points in the fortress' defenses to gain entry and provide support from afar.

Boss Key's First Game Coming To PS4, Will Retail For $30

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Boss Key's First Game Coming To PS4, Will Retail For $30

When we last checked in with LawBreakers it was this year's Pax East, where we spoke to Boss Key's Cliff Bleszinski about the game and its future. Back then, we asked him about the possibility of a console version of the game, which Bleszinski mentioned would be a challenge due to the fast-paced nature of the game. Since then, the team seems to have overcome that challenge, announcing the game is coming to PlayStation 4.

Though Boss Key did not announce a release date for either the PC or PS4 version of the game, it did release a few other details. The business model (another thing we discussed with Bleszinski in our interview) will be simple: $30 for the base game. There will be no season pass or "pay-to-win" purchases, and all post-release content will be free.

To coincide with the announcements, Boss Key released a new cinematic trailer for the game, showcasing a few of the characters and their abilities. Finally, Boss Key announced we can expect to see the PS4 version of LawBreakers at this yea's E3.