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TriForce Shows Off Infamous Second Son Sackboy Statue

TriForce has announced the LittleBigPlanet: Infamous Second Son Premier Scale Statue. The statue, which stands at 12" tall and weighs 8 pounds, is available for pre-order now.

Based on the Infamous Second Son DLC for LittleBigPlanet 2, LittleBigPlanet Karting, and LittleBigPlanet for PS Vita, the statue features Sackboy sporting Delsin Rowe's signature outfit from 2014's Infamous Second Son. The statue will only feature a worldwide run of 500 units.

The LittleBigPlanet: Infamous Second Son Premier Scale Statue will set you back $ 200 total, but to pre-order, you'll need to throw down a $ 50 deposit right now. If you want to pre-order, you can do so on TriForce's website. – The Feed

The 90′s Arcade Racer Shows Off Wii U Gameplay

The aptly-named The 90's Arcade Racer showed off smooth Wii U gameplay today. The video, which shows the game running at 720p and 60 frames per second, takes players through the menus and right into the action of this retro racer inspired by the likes of Daytona U.S.A. and other classic arcade titles.

The 90's Arcade Racer is the result of a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised over $ 25,000. Though it was originally a single-person project, the team at Nicalis eventually joined up to assist with development. The video shows off good-looking locales that range from ocean-front streets to a town in the mountains, to even a miniature track assembled in a child's playroom. The physics are meant to be an homage to handling in the racing games that populated the arcades of the 1990s. You can check out the latest Wii U gameplay footage below.

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In addition to coming to Wii U, The 90's Arcade Racer will also be launching on PC, Mac, Linux, and mobile devices. – The Feed

Partially Compiled ‘Hunt The Truth’ Halo 5 Image Shows Blue Team Together

After scouring social media accounts and various news outlets, a Reddit member has compiled several images sent by Microsoft to reveal a larger image. While the image isn't complete yet, the first fully completed section has revealed an image of Blue Team, Master Chief's group of SPARTAN-IIs from before the events of Halo: Combat Evolved.

Thanks to ChiefCanuck, we have a full look at Blue Team, which currently consists of John-117 (Master Chief), Frederic-104, Kelly-087, and Linda-058. The team first appeared in The Fall of Reach, a novel that served as a prequel to Halo: Combat Evolved. Since then, Blue Team has appeared in several novels and comics. Blue Team also appeared in the acclaimed Forward Unto Dawn live-action film.

The image above was taken from a much larger picture compiled by members of the ReadyUpLive community on Reddit. To check out the full compiled image, you can head here. Halo 5: Guardians is scheduled to hit Xbox One on October 27.

[Source: Reddit, Twitter]


Our Take
This certainly took some dedication on the part of the Reddit community. This look at Blue Team could mean anything for its participation in the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians, but it would be great to see them reunited within a game. – The Feed

Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Reveal Trailer Shows Robot Fights And Lots Of Gameplay

Call of Duty: Black Ops III is being fully unveiled today, and the trailer showcases plenty of gameplay and new mechanics.

Alongside hearing Rolling Stones' "Paint it Black," you will also see robots, jetpack jumps, transforming robot arms, wall running, super punching, and a tease for zombies.

Head here to read about all of Black Ops III's new details, and here for hands-on with the game and multiplayer.

The game arrives November 6, and pre-ordering the game will give you
access to the beta on either Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or PC.

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For more on Call of Duty: Black Ops III head here, here and here. – The Feed

Gearbox Shows Off Collection Of Borderlands Cosplay

Gearbox recently put together a montage of Borderlands cosplayers from an assortment of conventions over the past year.

In the video below you will see cosplayers preparing to show off their costumes and showing them off at Gamescom 2014, Dragoncon 2014, MCM Comiccon 2014, and Pax South 2015, among sources.

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Borderlands' most recent release is the Handsome Collection, which ports Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel to new-gen consoles. You can read more about it here.

[Source: Borderlands on YouTube] – The Feed

Xbox business shows decline in Microsoft’s latest results

Lower prices for the Xbox One and lower sales overall for its consoles means that Xbox revenues are down 24 percent, and hardware sales are down 20 percent. …

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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.

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Xenoblade Chronicles X 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.

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For a more detailed look at Xenoblade Chronicles X's mechanics, specifically its doll and network features, head here.

[Source: Nintendo Japan] – The Feed

New Persona 4: Dancing All Night Trailer Shows How The Personas Get In On The Rhythmic Action

The latest trailer for Persona 4: Dancing All Night goes into the game's story, and shows how everyone's Personas will participate in the game.

You can check out the trailer below which, according to a translation from Siliconera, sets up the story that has to do with a rumored Internet video that if you watch it at night, it will take you to the other side and you will never wake up.

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You can also check out a new trailer focusing on Yukiko Amagi below.

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For more on Persona 4: Dancing All Night, you can check out trailers for Kanji Tatsumi, Chie Satonaka, and Yu Narukami by folowing the links. You can also find two additional trailers by heading here and here. Persona 4: Dancing All Night releases in Japan on June 25 exclusively for Vita. The game has an ambiguous 2015 release date for North America.

[Source: Atlus on YouTube, via Siliconera] – The Feed

Playtonic Games Shows Its Banjo-Kazooie Successor’s First Fully Animated Character

Playtonic Games has been offering small teases for its Banjo-Kazooie successor, code named Project Ukelele, and the latest shows a fully animated character.

It's not the game's main character, who we've only presumably seen hidden in some of the game's first pieces of art. Instead, it's one of the game's minions offered as a reward for the studio reaching 30,000 twitter followers. You can check out the character below.

If you're unfamiliar with Playtonic Games and Project Ukelele, it's a young studio made of former Rare developers who worked extensively on titles like Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64, among other Rare titles. Project Ukelele is the studios' still mostly shrouded in secret, self-defined Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor. You can learn more about the studio and its game here, here, here, and here. We will learn a lot more about the game next month, when the studio will launch its Kickstarter initiative to fund the game's development.

[Source: @PlaytonicGames]


Our Take
That  guy certainly looks like a Banjo-Kazooie enemy, which should be excited for those who want Banjo-Kazooie-flavored classic platformer from the folks who helped establish the genre. I'm looking forward to learning more about the game. – The Feed