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New Daredevil Season Two Trailer Shows Off The Punisher

Netflix is no longer pulling punches with its Daredevil season two marketing. The newest trailer clocks in at almost three minutes, and gives us a good look at Hell's Kitchen's newest threat, The Punisher. We also see a tease of another beloved character at the end of the trailer.

Daredevil's second season releases on March 18 exclusively on Netflix. A second trailer that will likely dive more into other characters that still have a footprint in Hell's Kitchen launches on February 25.

What do you think of Netflix's take on Frank Castle? Moreover, what do you think of the show itself?

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Total War: Warhammer Shows Off Its Turn-Based Tabletop Roots

Everything we’ve seen of Total War: Warhammer so far has been about the real-time strategy battles. Today we get a good look at the campaign, as Creative Assembly takes us through part of the Orc’s quest to dominate the Old World.

In between the real-time battles, you’ll move troops around the map, conquer settlements, build structures, and upgrade your forces. In the video below, you’ll see how that works, and how Total War: Warhammer connects to the tabletop experience.

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Each race has a different tech tree, and each champion has its own skill progression. Some of those upgrades drastically change how you’ll use that hero in battle. You’ll also note that you can auto-resolve battles, putting things in the hands of the AI.

There's also another look at the game from a different perspective. You can check out a brief bit of the Empire's campaign below.

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Total War: Warhammer will be out on April 28 for PC. For more, check out our previous coverage. – The Feed

Far Cry Primal Trailer Gives Us The Basics And Shows Off Pre-Order Bonus

With Far Cry Primal, Ubisoft is taking its popular first-person franchise back to the Stone Age. The guns are gone, but protagonist Takkar has several tricks up his sleeve to make it a more engaging experience. In addition to being quite the crafty journeyman, Takkar can also charm animals to fight alongside him.

In a time of violent tribes and prehistoric creatures, survival is no simple task. To combat the constant threat of death, Takkar can scavenge and craft different weapons ranging from clubs and spears to fire arrows and bee bombs. These weapons come in handy whether fighting fellow humans during stronghold attacks or simply trying to survive the night full of natural predators. 

If this feels a little too overwhelming, you're in luck. Ubisoft has released a primer video that shows how these various mechanics work within the Far Cry formula. The video also shows the different kinds of animals that Takkar can use as companions in action, as well as the adversaries you'll face. The video below wraps up with a look at the pre-order bonus sequence, which allows you to create havoc as a woolly mammoth. 

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Far Cry Primal hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 23. To get our hands-on impressions, you can check out Mike Futter's preview. – The Feed

Street Fighter V’s Flashy Trailer Shows Off Older Returning Cast Members

Street Fighter V is only one week away, and if you haven’t started building up the callouses on your thumbs, now’s the time. If you haven’t yet gotten motivated to rejoin the fight, perhaps a new trailer will get your blood pumping.

One of the more interesting things about this look at Street Fighter is how characters have aged. We saw something similar in Mortal Kombat X, but a gray-haired Bison and bearded Dhalsim remind us that even the heartiest of pugilists aren’t a match for Father Time.

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Street Fighter V will be out on PlayStation 4 and PC on February 16. For more, check out a recent interview with series chief Yoshinori Ono. – The Feed

Heroes Rage In New Captain America Trailer, Ant-Man Shows Up

The Super Bowl trailer for Captain America: Civil War trailer just aired and it is a doozy. Tony's mad. Cap's mad. Everybody's mad, pretty much.

Highlights include seeing Tony use his rad Iron Man watch to fight The Winter Soldier, Cap and Bucky being buds, and both Black Panther and Ant-Man showing up at the Avengers schoolyard throwdown. You can watch the trailer here:

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Captain America: Civil War will be released to theaters on May 6. – The Feed

Titan Shows Off Art From New Deus Ex Comic

The first entry in the new Deus Ex comic book series is coming next week, and we've got some preview images to tide you over. Titan Comics has released the early interior art and covers that will be in Deus Ex Universe: Children's Crusade #1.

Children's Crusade will be part of Eidos Montreal's expanded Deus Ex Universe that was announced in 2013. The comic series will be written by award-winning author Alex Irvine and illustrated by John Aggs. You can see some of his work in the gallery below.

Judging by the description (and avoiding any possible spoilers), Children's Crusade will take place between the ending of Human Revolution and the beginning of Mankind Divided. The book will follow Adam Jensen through his first mission with the anti-terror unit Task Force 29.

The 32-page softcover book will be available at comic stores nationwide on February 10. – The Feed

New Killer Instinct Trailer Shows Off Kim Wu

Season 3 of Killer Instinct is just up the road and today Iron Galaxy revealed a returning face to the series: Kim Wu. Wu was last seen in Killer Instinct 2, released in 1996. She's the second character of season 3 to be revealed, following Rash from Battletoads.

You can check out Wu's sassy introductory trailer right here:

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Along with the trailer, Iron Galaxy also released the lengthy list of tweaks and rebalances in Season 3's patch you can read here.  Former editor Jason Oestreicher reviewed Killer Instinct when it was released and found it to be "an absolute blast to play," giving it a score of 8.75.


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Nintendo Details Zelda: Twilight Princess HD’s Amiibo Functionality, Shows More Gameplay

A new video (on Nintendo's German YouTube channel for some reason)
shows how amiibos will work with Twilight Princess HD, and confirms what the Wolf Link one
will unlock.

The video below shows new footage of the high-definition game in action and explains what all the Zelda amiibos unlock. Link and Toon Link restores arrows. Zelda and Sheik restores Link's hears. the Ganondorf amiibo makes the game harder by causing Link to take more damage. Finally, the Wolf Link amiibo unlocks the Cave of Shadows which lets Link and Midna take on waves of enemies.

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD releases on Wii U on March 4. For our thoughts on the DLC potential of amiibo, head here. – The Feed

Prime 1 Studio Shows Off New Batman: Arkham Knight Bust

If you've ever dreamed of having a brooding masked man on your shelf, Prime 1 Studio has exactly what you're looking for. The new customizable Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Bust gives you the ability to swap out expressions or even opt to unmask the Batman.

Once you have the head of Batman in your possession, you can decide if you want to display him in his signature cowl with a normal or angry expression, or show off Bruce Wayne as he appears in Batman: Arkham Knight. In addition to looking great on its own, this premium bust is also compatible with a full-body statue which is sold separately.

The bust is limited to 2,000 units and is priced at $ 229. To see more photos of this bust – including what it looks like when placed into the full statue  head below for the gallery. If you're interested, you'll be able to place your order at Prime 1 Studio's website.

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New Dying Light: The Following Video Shows Off Vehicle Weaponization

A new video for the Dying Light's forthcoming expansion, The
Following, gives us a meaty look at how the player's vehicle can be
weaponized. Players can still hack zombies to bits with makeshift weapons and blow them to bits with heavy artillery, but a buggy can also be used to send them six feet under.

In the video, we see that the buggy can be equipped with useful items like ramming bars and flamethrowers, and small personal touches like paint jobs and dashboard bobbleheads. Players can also tweak the buggy's brakes, suspension, and more to improve its handling.

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Dying Light: The Following is scheduled to ship on February 9 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. If you didn't play the excellent core game yet, Deep Silver is also releasing an enhanced edition that includes the main game and The Following on the same day for $ 59.99. This edition also features all of the bonus DLC, including Be
the Zombie, Cuisine and Cargo, the Ultimate Survivor Bundle, and The Bozak
Horde. – The Feed