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Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a final piece of story DLC

BioWare has announced the final piece of story DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition. Titled Trespasser, the DLC takes place two years later, where the Inquisitor must reunite his team to face a final threat. Take a look below.

Dragon Age: Inquisition- Trespasser releases on September 8 for the PS4, PC, and Xbox One.

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New releases for the week of Monday, August 31, 2015

A big week for the beginning of September, with a couple of huge releases onto consoles. One quick note before we start: Last week I had the release date for Disney Infinity 3.0 as Friday, August 28. It is in fact launching on Sunday, August 30. Now that that’s clarified, we can take a look at this week’s releases. This week we get the final collaboration between Konami and Hideo Kojima. Their fallout has been much publicized and discussed, and so it may be a bit bittersweet that Kojima’s final entry to the Metal Gear franchise will be on store shelves Tuesday. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain follows up the events from Ground Zeroes and fills in that final gap in the story which began back in 1987...

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New releases for the week of Monday, August 24, 2015

The last full week of August is a busy one, chock full of all kinds of goodies for all kinds of gamers. American football takes the center stage with Madden NFL 16 as the storied sports franchise delivers its latest version to Sony and Microsoft’s consoles. Gears of War is brought forward to current gen in an Ultimate Edition, as is the stealth game Dishonored, which has its Definitive Edition. Mega Man also comes to current gen and PC in the Mega Man Legacy Collection. Fans of 80s horror flicks such as Friday the 13th may find much to love in the new horror game Until Dawn. Tomb Raider gets mobile with Lara Croft Go for the Android and iPhone, and plenty of indie titles also make their way to consoles and PC this week...

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Tales From the Borderlands: Episode 4 “Escape Plan Bravo” launch trailer

Telltale Games has released a launch trailer for the penultimate episode for Tales From the Borderlands. Take a look below.

“Escape Plan Bravo” releases on Tuesday, August 18 for the PS3, PS4, Macintosh, and PC. Microsoft’s platforms get the episode on the following day, with mobile platforms getting it on Thursday.

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Mad Max offers choices as you make your way through the wasteland

Mad Max is only a little over two weeks away from landing on consoles and PC, and developer Avalanche Studios has released a trailer that allows you to see how different choices play out in the game. Take a look below.

Mad Max hits the PS4, PC, and Xbox One on September 1.

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New releases for the week of Monday, August 17, 2015

A bunch of downloadable titles heading your way this week along with a previously digital only offering appearing on retail disc. Available on disc this week is Helldivers, making the jump from digital to disc on the PS4 with all of the DLC released so far. Resident Evil Revelations 2 makes its way to the Vita for some mobile horror, Final Fantasy Type 0 HD makes its debut on PC, and the former Wii U zombie game Zombi gets retooled for the PS4, PC, and Xbox One. Telltale Games Tales from the Borderlands gets its fourth episode entitled “Escape Plan Bravo”. Home video gives us a collection of short films made by Walt Disney Animation Studios along with some TV seasons (Once Upon A Time, The Blacklist, and Atlantis) along with some smaller movie titles (Vendetta, Nomads, The Unbelievers)...

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Dying Light: The Following- Cults, dune buggies, and lots of zombies to kill

Techland has released some details about the upcoming expansion to its parkour/zombie game Dying Light. The Following brings back protagonist Kyle Crane, and he learns of a cult in the mountainous countryside surrounding Harran. Take a look at the reveal trailer below.

Crane learns of this cult, who may or may not be immune to the zombie plague. But uncovering that information won’t be easy, as Crane will first have to gain their trust. While Dying Light: The Following has a starting point and story beats along the way, it will be up to the players to figure out how best to gather information from the locals. Lead designer Maciej Binkowski clues us in.

“You have lots of missions to choose from, and you just pick and choose how you want to play...

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3- Multiplayer beta trailer

A trailer for the upcoming beta for the multiplayer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III has been released. Check it out below.

The beta opens on August 19 for the PS4, and is available for those who pre-ordered the game. Players on the PC and Xbox One who pre-ordered can jump into the beta on August 26.

The latest in the popular first person shooter franchise, Call of Duty: Black Ops III is from developer Treyarch and is published by Activision.

The game is due to hit store shelves on November 6.

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New releases for the week of Monday, August 10, 2015

Moving into the second week of August not a lot in big game releases but still some stuff of note. The anticipated mystery exploration game Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture arrives on the PS4. Kids of all ages can jump into battle with Toy Soldiers: War Chest. Dragon Age: Inquisition gets some DLC to take players into the Deep Roads against a familiar enemy, and Nintendo’s handheld lets you guide Paddington the bear through London or race with Garfield. On the home video front we get the Reese Witherspoon/Sofia Vergara action comedy Hot Pursuit, the horror film with an online twist Unfriended, a documentary exploring a comedian’s life in I Am Chris Farley, and Jackie Chan returning to action in Police Story: Lockdown. On the big screen the 60s spy show The Man From U.N.C.L.E...

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Beyond Eyes- An emotional journey in search of a friend

Adventure games come in many forms. Some take us across an exotic world, some have us face incredible dangers, and all are united in that they have a quest with a goal in mind. Of course that goal varies from title to title, and how we reach that goal is just as varied. Along the way, adventure games can thrill us, entertain us, make us laugh, and even, on occasion, make us cry. These emotional journeys of discovery, when done right, give players a very different gaming experience than the big AAA spectacles. Such a journey comes to us from publisher Team 17 and developer Tiger and Squid in the form of a game called Beyond Eyes.

Beyond Eyes tells the story of Rae, who is blinded in a freak accident one summer evening...

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