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Did They Want a Third Golden Poo Award?

EA Games made a daring decision to require in-game credits to unlock characters in "Star Wars: Battlefront 2," and it did not go well.

Game Currently in Closed Beta

Wizards of the Coast announced yesterday that they are releasing a free-to-play version of "Magic: The Gathering Arena." By the time the full game is released, all of the cards used in standard will be accessible. Wizards also hopes to add 1,000 new cards every year following release - a fairly aggressive goal.

Two Years of Work Finally Coming to Fruition

tinyBuild CEO Alex Nichiporchik recently revealed on his company’s blog that Bread Team’s “Phantom Trigger” will be releasing on Steam and Switch on August 10.

Games Are Published Under Humble Bundle’s Brand

Humble Bundle announced via a press release that they will be attending this year’s Gamescom and PAX West in order to showcase five indie games under their publishing brand, “Presented by Humble Bundle.”

Built With Portability and Speed in Mind

Razer launched recently the Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2, the newest addition in their BlackWidow keyboard lineup, retailing for $139.99 (149.99 euros).

Will Release on August 10

Retro-Bit announced recently that their newest retro-focused console, RES Plus, will release on August 10 for $39.99.

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The City of Freeburg needs you. You need the City of Freeburg. You also need other things, just as other things need you.

Tickets Also Now On Sale

Penny Arcade revealed through a press release a long list of tabletop gaming exhibitors who will be attending PAX Unplugged in Philadelphia this November.

Tickets Also Now On Sale

Penny Arcade revealed through a press release a long list of tabletop gaming exhibitors who will be attending PAX Unplugged in Philadelphia this November.

First Physical Release Was Back In 2007

Following the digital release of "Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure" on the 3DS eShop and Steam, publisher Mastiff is now looking to crowdfund a physical version of the game.

For the First Time in Years

Yesterday, Valve released an update to its infamous dystopian shooter "Half Life" for the first time in years.

We're Gonna Need Some Bigger Swords...

In some more big news, Sony announced "Monster Hunter: World," the next game in the popular series known for hunting things, forging giant weapons out of those things and then hunting bigger things. Check out the reveal trailer below:

Silly monkey.

The first "Beyond Good and Evil" game was released in November of 2003. Now, nearly 14 years later, in what may be one of the most entertaining cinematics of this year's E3, a sequel has finally emerged. Check it out below:

"WELCOME TO THE AGENCY!"

It has been way too long since we've had a Crackdown game - coming on 7 years now. That's way too long to be without protecting a city as a superpowered police officer with questionable control skills. At the Microsoft E3 conference today, however, "Crackdown 3" was introduced with an amazing trailer. I thought the next time I would see Terry Crews in a video game, it would be as Doomfist in "Overwatch," but I have to say, seeing him appear in the trailer a Crackdown title is just so fitting. Check out the Crews cameo and the rest of this epic E3 trailer below:

Who's Up For Another Round of Killing Nazis?

In what may be one of the worst kept secret prior to E3, at their conference today, Bethesda officially announced "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus" and while the secrecy around this project may have been...flawed, if the trailer is any indication, then the game itself should be something to behold. Check it out below:

Out of the Tunnels and Into The Wilds

In a somewhat unexpected announcement at Microsoft's E3 conference, "Metro Exodus" was officially revealed with a terror-filled trailer that captures the helpless claustrophobia that the Metro series is known for...and then transitions into something else. Check it out below:

*Cue Months of Powering Up Before Release*

The Dragon Ball series has no shortage of fun fighter-type games, but at Microsoft's E3 conference, the announcement of "Dragonball Fighter Z" definitely looks like it wants establish itself as the king of them all. Check out the reveal trailer below:

Destiny: Attack On Titanfall?

At EA's conference this weekend, they announced a new IP being developed by Bioware called "Anthem." The initial teaser trailer was pretty but didn't really give any details about the title or seem to offer anything that looked new (though that seems to be the nature of teaser trailers). Check it out below:

Spoiler: Some Clone Troopers Get Maul'd.

At EA Play, we got a taste of some gameplay for the upcoming "Star Wars: Battlefront 2." This mostly features a multiplayer match on Naboo, but at the end, it does give us a quick look into the single-player campaign, as well. Take a peek:

....Still No Release Date.

It has been nearly twelve years since "Kingdom Hearts 2" was released, and I think just about every fan is ready to pick up their keyblades and fall into that epic universe again. Well, in a rather unexpected move, Square Enix premiered a new trailer for the upcoming sequel tonight at the 'Kingdom Hearts Orchestra' in Los Angeles. Check it out below: