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The Last Guardian’s CG Trailer Shows How Useful Trico’s Tail Is

With each passing day, The Last Guardian's pending release becomes even more real. Today, Sony dropped a CG trailer for The Last Guardian along with a short Q&A session with series creator Fumito Ueda.

While the trailer shows aspects we've seen before in demos, this CG trailer filters the gameplay through a more cinematic lens.

Fumito Ueda also answered a few questions regarding the game and was fairly transparent. Most notably, he was honest about the executing on the vision of the game, but still feels confident in the final product.

“I’m going to be little hard on myself here… but to say I’ve done everything 100% is not completely true," he says. "As a creator, there’s always a little more you feel you could have done. When I finished Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, I felt exactly the same way. Having said that, I think the staff from Sony and Gendesign has put everything, every ounce of energy we had, and poured it into the project.”

Ueda goes on to discuss his thoughts on the comparisons to Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, the expansion of video games, his inspirations, and more in the Q&A Sony conducted on the PlayStation Blog.

The Last Guardian comes out on December 6 on PS4.

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Check out our interview with Fumito Ueda here and read our interview with the game's composer Takeshi Furukawa here.

[Source: PlayStation Blog] – The Feed

New Digimon World: Next Order Trailer Shows Off Story, Second Digimon Partner

Bandai Namco released a new story trailer for Digimon World: Next Order ahead of the title's upcoming North American and European releases.

The trailer sets up the game's story, which begins seven years after players' last adventure in the Digital World. Since then, the powerful Machinedramon has wreaked havoc in the floating city, and players will be joined by a second Digimon partner to set things right. You can watch the full trailer below.

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Additionally, Bandai Namco revealed bonus DLC for players who pre-order the game:

  • 2 x Game soundtracks

    • Original Digimon World Game Soundtrack
    • Digimon World: Next Order Game Soundtrack

  • Omegamon Ultimate Digivolution Core

    • “Use this special core to digivolve one of your Digimon partners into Omegamon!”

  • Adventure Aid Item Set

    • “The Adventure Aid Set contains consumable items that will assist you as you start out on your new digital adventure”

Digimon World: Next Order debuts on PlayStation 4 in North America January 31. – The Feed

Super Mario Maker 3DS Overview Video Shows Off Just How Close It Is To The Wii U Version

Nintendo released a new overview video today that shows off many of the 3DS version of Super Mario Maker's mechanics.

Unsurprisingly, the 3DS version is very close to the Wii U version, though there are some shortcomings, like its limited online interactivity. The act of making levels, however, appears to be mostly identical to the Wii U version of the game, which is good news for all the Mario creators out there.

Super Mario Maker 3DS releases for its new platform on December 2.

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For our review of the Wii U version of Super Mario Maker, head here. – The Feed

N7 Day Trailer Shows Mass Effect Andromeda In Action

November 7 has become a holiday in the video game industry (N7 Day), where we celebrate the Mass Effect series. The day doesn't always include big announcements or reveals from BioWare about its epic sci-fi saga – but it does this year.  In the official N7 Day trailer below, fans finally get a clear look at the gameplay, new creatures, and hints at the story to come. Check it all out below:

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The flood of info doesn't stop there! As it happens, Mass Effect Andromeda is also our December cover story. Come back throughout the month of November to see even more exclusive features and interviews, including a closer look at the new party members, a breakdown of multiplayer, and a rapid-fire Q&A with creative director Mac Walters. Access the hub by clicking on the banner below! – The Feed

Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue’s Opening Cinematic Shows Us Mickey Mouse, Friendship, And Keyblades

Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is attempting to bridge some of the gaps, as shown in the opening cinematic of Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep–A Fragmentary Passage.

It follows Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep protagonist Aqua and her stay in the Realm of Darkness. This cinematic shows her journey, albeit in a way that isn't the most apparent for people not immediately familiar to the franchise's complicated lore. Still, there's Mickey Mouse, Sora's hand, and a great remix of Simple and Clean, the series' iconic song.

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Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue comes out on January 24 on PS4. This collection contains a remastered version of Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance; Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover, a purely cinematic story set around the Foretellers; and Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep–A Fragmentary Passage, a new story that takes place after Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep.

For Kim Wallace's preview of Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, check out her preview here. – The Feed

Latest Look At Yakuza 0 Shows Goro Majima’s Dramatic Rise

Sega has released a new trailer for Yakuza 0, which shows how the series' Goro Majima loses an eye and gains his reputation as the Shimano family's so-called Mad Dog.

The clip shows Majima at the Grand Cabaret, where he is tasked with clearing his disgraced name while earning money for the Tojo Clan. As it turns out, Majima is pretty good at keeping the cash flowing into the nightclub. That goes against the spirit of the job, which is meant as punishment, so his boss decides to raise the stakes.

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Yakuza 0 is set for a January 24 release on PlayStation 4. For more on the game, take a look at our earlier preview, which focuses on the game's setting – Japan at the height of the decadent 1980s. – The Feed

First Trailer For Logan Film Shows An Old Wolverine, Young X-23

For the last few weeks, we've been getting teased with concept art and other stills of the upcoming X-Men film Logan, based on the comic Old Man Logan in which Wolverine's healing factor is weakening and most other mutants are gone.

Today, the first trailer for the Logan dropped, showing the last remaining mutants as they struggle to survive; we get a glimpse of an older Wolverine, a slightly older Professor Xavier, and a look at Laura Kinney (A.K.A. X-23), Wolverine's clone (played Dafne Keen).

We also get to what looks to be the film's primary villain, Donald Pierce (played by Narcos' Boyd Holbrook), who leads the Reavers, a group of cyborgs dedicated to the eradication of all mutants. You can watch the trialer for the film below.

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Killing Floor 2 Shows Off Its 4K Zed Terror

The PlayStation 4 Pro comes out on November 10 for $ 399, and on November 18 you can play Killing Floor 2 on the new system, complete in all its 4K glory. Today developer Tripwire released screens showing off what the zombie-killing title will look like on the Pro.

Here are the details of Killing Floor 2's PS4 Pro enhancements (from Tripwire):

  • 1800p checkboard rendering on 4K TV (3200×1800) optimized for 4K TVs
  • Effectively supersampling and increased fps on HDTV
  • Using additional memory to increased texture resolution to "Ultra Textures" 

Click on the pictures on this page for their full form, which requires a 4K monitor to appreciate. – The Feed

Dark Souls III’s Latest Ashes Of Ariandel DLC Trailer Shows Off Undead Matches

Dark Souls III's first injection of DLC, arriving October 25, has a new trailer that shows off the new multiplayer content.

Ashes of Ariandel will be $ 14.99 and will include Undead Matches, which allows the game's assorted factions to do battle. You can see it in action below. For more on Ashes of Ariandel, head here.

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Another downloadable expansion is planned for 2017. It's unclear what the second piece will offer, but you can buy into it immediately with the $ 24.99 season pass. – The Feed

Ubisoft Turned Naughty Dog Animator Shows How Uncharted 4′s Most Memorable Sequences Came Together

Jonathan Cooper is an animator who has some impressive games and studios on his resume. He was the animation director for Assassin's Creed III with Ubisoft, lead animator on Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2 with BioWare, and moved over Naughty Dog in 2014 to work on Uncharted 4.

He recently released a reel on his personal Vimeo account of highlights from Uncharted 4. It shows the pre-visualised animation for a handful of the big interactive sequences from the game, including the early sequence where Mr. and Mrs. Drake play Crash Bandicoot. It offers a small amout of insight into the amount of work that went into creating Uncharted 4.

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