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Battlefield 1′s Campaign Will Debut In New Trailer Tomorrow

In an effort to fit as many "ones" into a sentence as possible, EA
is giving players a first look at Battlefield 1's single-player campaign tomorrow.

Battlefield's YouTube page will premiere the campaign trailer at an unspecified time on September 27, showing a glimpse of what we can hope to expect in developer DICE's campaign, which is set in World War I.

EA also recently detailed Battlefield 1's Premium Pass, which you can read more about here.

[Source: Battlefield 1 Twitter]

 

Our Take
Battlefield's single-player modes have always been heavily criticized, as
Game Informer's Matt Bertz stated in his review of Battlefield 4, so it is yet to be seen if DICE will continue this negative trend with Battlefield 1. The new setting will hopefully be the ingredient the other DICE-developed Battlefield games were missing.

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Tomorrow is the deadline to submit talks for the Summits and VRDC at GDC 2017!

The call for talk submissions for the VRDC and the specialized Summits that help open the 2017 Game Developers Conference closes this Friday, September 23rd at 11:59 PM Pacific! …


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Persona 5 Releases In Japan Tomorrow, Here’s What You Should Know

One of the biggest games of 2017 in the United States is coming out tomorrow, September 15, in Japan.

Why does that matter to a U.S. audience? For a couple of reasons. If you're looking to import the game, now would be a good time to start looking into it. Also, you should be aware the Japanese version of the game won't include an English voice track or subtitles, which means you'll have to brush up on your Japanese if you plan to import. The game is region-free, however, so you at least won't have to buy a Japanese PlayStation 4 to play it.

On the flip side, if you want to go into Persona 5 spoiler-free, now would be a good time to start filtering your various social media feeds and avoid going to websites where people might discuss the game in detail. The U.S. release date is February 14 of next year, so you'll only have to stick it out five months.

If you haven't played a Persona game and want to know whether you'll want to import this one immediately or avoid spoilers, you can read Kimberly Wallace's interview with Persona 5 director Katsura Hashino, as well as Dan Tack's E3 preview of the game.

[Source: Siliconera]

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Super Castlevania IV Heading To The 3DS Virtual Console Tomorrow

Super Castlevania IV, which we ranked as one of the best Castlevania games ever made, is heading to the North American 3DS Virtual Console tomorrow.

A remake of the original Castlevania for the Super Nintendo, Super Castlevania IV refined many of the original game's controls, updated the graphics, and allowed protagonist Simon Belmont to swing his whip in eight directions and across chasms. As with all Super Nintendo Games on the 3DS Virtual Console, it is only playable on New 3DS systems.

You can watch our Replay of Super Castlevania IV below.

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Super Castlevania IV Heading To The 3DS Virtual Console Tomorrow

Super Castlevania IV, which we ranked as one of the best Castlevania games ever made, is heading to the North American 3DS Virtual Console tomorrow.

A remake of the original Castlevania for the Super Nintendo, Super Castlevania IV refined many of the original game's controls, updated the graphics, and allowed protagonist Simon Belmont to swing his whip in eight directions and across chasms. As with all Super Nintendo Games on the 3DS Virtual Console, it is only playable on New 3DS systems.

You can watch our Replay of Super Castlevania IV below.

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Join Us For A World of Warcraft: Legion Livestream Tomorrow!

World of Warcraft is bringing demon hunters, artifact weapons, scaling leveling areas, and a whole slew of massive changes to the game with its latest expansion dropping tomorrow, Legion.

Along with 10 new levels and tons of mechanics changes and new features, we've got Illidan, The Burning Legion, a revamped Karazhan experience coming with the first big patch, and massive impact for many of World of Warcraft's major characters as the story continues.

Legion almost looks like a "greatest hits" expansion taking some of the best things fans have been looking forward to since The Burning Crusade so many years ago.

Join us tomorrow from 2-4 PM CST for an epic livestream where we'll be exploring dungeons, questing, plugging all kinds of cool stuff into our artifact, and chilling in our class hall.

You can click the banner below to watch the stream on Twitch on Tuesday, or just tune in using the embedded video below.

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Get Another Look At Q Games’ Co-Op Sandbox, The Tomorrow Children

It's been a while since we last heard from Q Games about its title The Tomorrow Children. The game has players pool their efforts to rebuild a city in an alternate version of '60s-era Russia following a weird disaster. A new trailer shows off the PS4 game and also features studio founder Dylan Cuthbert sharing his love for Japan.

Cooperation is critical in the game, and players are grouped together to rebuild a new city. Q Games wants players to feel as though they're part of a community, and that their actions are contributing to larger goals. Take a look at the clip below to learn more.

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The Tomorrow Children is set for a Sept. 6 release. For more on the game, take a look at our hands-on impressions back from when it was first announced. We also spoke with Cuthbert a while ago on the Game Informer Show, where he talked about The Tomorrow Children and his experiences working with Nintendo back in the '90s – including on the Star Fox series.

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Three Street Fighter Games And Super Mario 64 DS Coming To 3DS And Wii U Tomorrow

The 3DS is getting an influx of street fighting tomorrow, and the Wii U is getting that other version of Super Mario 64.

Tomorrow you will be able to find Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers, Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting, and Street Fighter Alpha 2 on the 3DS eShop for $ 7.99 each. Since they're Super Nintendo games, you will only be able to play them on a New 3DS.

On Wii U, you will be able to play the DS launch title, Super Mario 64 DS for $ 9.99. The remake adds 30 new stars and Yoshi, Luigi, and Wario as playable characters, each with their own character-specific abilities.

The Super Nintendo is celebrating 25 years right now, which is why we recently put together our list of the 25 best Super Nintendo games. You can find that list here. Some of these are currently available for 3DS. Hopefully all of them will be available eventually.

[Source: Nintendo, (1), (2), (3), via NeoGAF]

 

Our Take
I'm a big fan of Super Mario 64 DS because it's a game people always seem to forget about. Or at least, it's one I always feel I forget about. It takes one of the best 3D platformers ever made and adds three additional characters and new levels. It's a great remake, and I remember it fondly, especially early in the 3DS's lifespan when there wasn't a ton to play.

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Watch Our Madden NFL 17 Live Stream Tomorrow

Madden NFL 17 comes out on August 23 (PS4, Xbox One, PS3, 360), but you can watch us play it tomorrow via our Game Informer live stream!

We'll kick-off at 4 p.m. Central time through 6 p.m., and plan on doing a little bit of everything, head to head, tour the modes, and more.

Tune in to see what the game's all about or just for laughs.

You can click the banner below to watch the stream on Twitch on Wednesday, or just tune in using the embedded video below.

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Mega Man X Arrives On 3DS Virtual Console Tomorrow

Mega Man X, the Super Nintendo sort-of sequel, sort-of reimagining of Mega Man for the Super Nintendo, releases tomorrow on 3DS.

The game originally released for the Super Nintendo in 1993, and has released on just about every other platform since that one. Tomorrow, the 3DS joins the already very long list. The game will be $ 7.99

[Source: Nintendo, via Nintendo Everything]

 

Our Take
I have bought, played, and beaten Mega Man X on Super Nintendo, PlayStation 2 (Mega Man X Collection), PSP (Mega Man: Maverick Hunter X), iPhone, Wii, Wii U, and Vita (the digital download PSP version of Mega Man: Maverick Hunter X). And tomorrow I will buy it for 3DS. I have a real problem.

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