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The PlayStation 4 Pro is going to bring 4K gaming to the living room in just a couple of weeks, and Sony is showing off its newest version of the PS4 in a brand new '80s-inspired trailer. The video is very reminiscent of older video game commercials when companies would try to throw out a bunch of numbers to make their systems sound better. You can check out this rad new trailer after the jump!

Halloween is just around the corner, and Mojang is celebrating with a special three-in-one spooky bundle for Minecraft on consoles. The Spooky Bundle contains the Halloween Mash-up (featuring a pre-built spooky world for you to explore), the Halloween Battle Map, and the Campfire Tales Skin Pack. You can now grab all three of these in one bundle for $6.99 on any console edition of Minecraft. You can also check out a trailer for the Spooky Bundle by clicking below!

Back in May, The Pokémon Company released a touching video titled "Train On" which told the story of a young Japanese boy who moves to Hawaii and bonds with his new classmates through a mutual love for Pokémon. This turned out to be the start of a special series of videos, and the second one released last month, showing two friends making up after fighting over a Pokémon battle. The third video released today, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, an animated film that runs parallel to the early events of Final Fantasy XV, released last month to a relatively positive reaction from fans, extolling the film as an absolute visual spectacle. For an animated film, that honor is due to the hard work of its animators. One group that worked on the film, Digic Pictures, is actually quite renowned for their skills in trailer production for games, having previously worked on the Assassin's Creed series. Now, Digic Pictures has returned to the world of Final Fantasy XV with a new trailer titled "Omen."

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Earlier this month, Square Enix revealed that Moogles will serve a special purpose within the world of Final Fantasy XV. That special purpose was a mystery at the time, only to be revealed if their Final Fantasy twitter page received enough followers. Fortunately, the twitter page finally hit the required number of followers, so we have received a fancy new trailer detailing the Moogle doll's purpose. As it turns out, Moogles are actually used as lures in battle.

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Square Enix has announced that Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix is coming to PlayStation 4 in March 2017. This collection will house two smaller bundles to include six Kingdom Hearts titles altogether, and it launches on March 9th in Japan, March 28th in North America, and finally in Europe on March 31st. The six games included in the PlayStation 4 collection are Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Re:Chain of Memories, 358/2 Days (Remastered Cinematics), Kingdom Hears II Final Mix, Birth by Sleep Final Mix, and Re:Coded. A trailer for the collection was also released, which you can view after the jump!

Monster Hunter X was a smash hit in Japan last year, and Capcom recently brought it to the West as Monster Hunter Generations. Capcom is wasting no time capitalizing on the success of the 3DS exclusive, as they've just unveiled a follow-up. Monster Hunter XX (read as "Double Cross") will launch in Japan on March 18, 2017. You can check out the reveal trailer and more details by clicking below!

Despite having been only less than a year since it was first announced, it has felt like a long road to the launch of Pokémon Sun and Moon. Yet, here we are just a few short weeks away from embarking on a new Pokémon journey. As such, it seems all too likely that Game Freak and Nintendo will be making their biggest reveals for the game in the coming days, and it all starts here; the developer and publisher duo have finally revealed (confirmed?) the final starter evolutions in a brand new trailer.

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Over the course of the past year, Telltale Games has released Minecraft: Story Mode, a cinematic point-and-click adventure title based on Minecraft, the ever-popular Swedish sandbox game. Minecraft: Story Mode was divided into eight separate "episodes," and digital copies of these episodes were released individually between October 2015 and September 2016 on multiple platforms.

Yesterday, Minecraft: Story Mode – The Complete Adventure, a physical collection that contains all eight episodes of the game, launched on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. To commemorate the release of the new collection, Telltale Games published a launch trailer for Minecraft: Story Mode, which can be seen after the jump!

Dishonored 2, the upcoming sequel to the stealth-action game Dishonored, has a new live action trailer featuring featuring some stellar action footage of Emily Caldwin using her powers against guards and machines alike. The trailer showcases some awesome shots and has Emily herself as the narrator. The trailer clocks in at just about 2 minutes and is well worth the watch.

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Cities: Skylines was a huge hit when it launched last year on Steam. The city simulation game was everything that fans wanted from the genre, but it was missing one aspect that was highly requested: natural disasters. Now, this long-requested feature will make its way to Cities: Skylines through the Natural Disasters expansion. See what's included in the upcoming downloadable content after the jump!

Just over a month after the release of the fan-made Green Hill Paradise Act 2, another impressive 3D Sonic game has emerged from the series' community of fans. As part of Sonic Amateur Games Expo 2016, a new project called Sonic Utopia has been revealed. This open-world game (made almost entirely from scratch) "not only tries to expand on Sonic gameplay in an intuitive way in 3D, but also aims to capture the best of Sonic's style and tie it together in a cohesive experience." Hit the jump for more!

It's a great time to be a Dragon Ball fan. With the Dragon Ball Super anime in full swing, Bandai Namco Entertainment has just released Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 into the wild, giving players a diverse lineup of iconic heroes and villains to play as. Bandai Namco has just released an exciting and action-packed launch trailer for the game, showcasing a mixture of some of the most memorable scenes from the anime (recreated in game form) and all-new battles. You can watch it by clicking below!

Millions of fans are eagerly anticipating the long-awaited launch of Final Fantasy XV, but that's not the only game Square Enix is bringing to the table. World of Final Fantasy is out now on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in North America, and Europe can look forward to it in three days. The charming RPG gives the popular heroes and villains of the Final Fantasy series a chibi makeover, and it features over 200 creatures, known as Mirages, to capture. You can check out the launch trailer by clicking below!

Resident Evil VII: Biohazard launches on January 24th, and Capcom is keeping hype strong with regular updates and new teasers. Recent videos have given us a glimpse at the save system, the knife, the shotgun, and a mysterious phone call, and today we have two more clips. "Survival" focuses on the game's healing system, while "Immortal" shows off some combat and reveals just how threatening antagonist Jack Baker is. You can watch them both by clicking below!