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Dragon Age Inquistion Gameplay Series - E3 Demo Part Two: Redcliffe Castle

Dragon Age Inquisition Gameplay Series - E3 Demo Part One: The Hinterlands

Join creative director Mike Laidlaw as he walks you through part one of the award winning Dragon Age: Inquisition E3 gameplay demo. In part one, explore the largest Dragon Age world ever created and lead your followers in a battle against a High Dragon

Dragon Age: Inquisition releases on October 7, 2014.

Heavenly Sword movie trailer, available on September 2

League of Legends Cosplay Video - Anime Expo 2014

Destiny Beta Begins on July 17, Collectors Editions Announced

Activision Publishing, a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, and Bungie today confirmed the calendar for the highly anticipated Destiny Beta, which will include a diverse sampling of major activities featured in the full game. Fans who pre-order Destiny at a participating retailer are guaranteed access into the Beta, which will commence as follows:

• The Beta begins first for PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system (PlayStation Plus required for some features) and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system at 17:00pm on 17th July 

• The Beta begins for Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system and Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft (Xbox Live Gold required, subject to change) at 17:00pm on 23rd July

• The Beta will be offline for scheduled maintenance on 21st July – 22nd July and open back up to pre-order participants across all platforms until 06:59am on 28th July

“As we prepare to launch our first Beta on multiple console platforms around the world, we are excited and eager to open the flood gates,” said Harold Ryan, Bungie’s president. “We already love to play Destiny and with your help we can be ready for our launch in September.”

Activision and Bungie also revealed today three epic collector’s edition versions of the game. 

The Destiny Ghost Edition and the Destiny Limited Edition both include the following

• Limited edition SteelBook Case and Game Disc

• Early access to the Vanguard Armoury weapons and gear and an exclusive Vanguard player emblem

• Guardian Folio
- Arms & Armament Field Guide
- Postcards from the Golden Age 
- Antique Star Chart

• Collector’s Edition Digital Content Pack
- Unique Ghost Casing
- Exclusive Player Emblem
- Exclusive Player Ship Variant

• Destiny Expansion Pass – expands the Destiny adventure post-launch with the following two expansions, which will include brand new story missions, cooperative activities and competitive multiplayer arenas and a wealth of all new weapons, armour and gear to earn:

Expansion I: The Dark Below – Set deep beneath the surface of the Moon, fans will discover an ancient tomb that has been unsealed, and a dark god who has risen an evil army in the depths of the Hellmouth, the home of the Hive enemy race
Expansion II: House of Wolves – details will be revealed later
- PlayStation platforms will also include additional exclusive content for Expansion I and II and will remain exclusive until at least Fall of 2015

The Destiny Ghost Edition will also include the following

• Ghost replica, featuring motion-activated lights and voice recordings from award-winning actor Peter Dinklage, voice of the Ghost character, the player’s personal companion in the game

• Letter of Introduction

• Golden Age Relics, which include a Photo, Patch, Sticker and two Chrome slides of the Traveler

For digital pre-order fans, the Destiny Digital Guardian Edition includes a digital download copy of the game, Destiny Expansion Pass and the Collector’s Edition Digital Content Pack.

The Destiny Ghost Edition ($149.99 / £149.99), the Destiny Limited Edition ($99.99 / £94.99), the Destiny Digital Guardian Edition ($89.99 / £84.99) and the Destiny Expansion Pass ($34.99 / £34.99 for the pass, Expansion I and Expansion II will be priced individually at $19.99 / £19.99 when they launch) are available for pre-order now.

Destiny Limited Edition Unboxings (Including Digital Guardian and Ghost) 

Mighty No. 9 Animated Series Announced

Mighty No. 9, the game that received $1 million in a day on Kickstarter gets an animated TV Series for the worldwide market

Keiji Inafune, the creator of Mega Man, announced today at the 2014 Anime Expo in Los Angeles that an animated TV Series is in development based on his studio’s forthcoming crowdfunded video game Mighty No. 9. The series will be an action-packed comedy aimed at kids 6-11. Digital Frontier, an animation company in Japan, is developing and producing the series for a worldwide release. After witnessing the massive support internationally for the Kickstarter campaign, Digital Frontier reached out to Inafune to develop the animated TV series. (Note: Digital Frontier will not be using any of the funding from the campaign for the production of the animated series) Digital Frontier is actively seeking partners internationally including but not exclusive to merchandising, broadcasting and production. The studio has been recently pitching the series and is currently in talks with interested parties with announcements coming soon.

In September 2013, Keiji Inafune announced the Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of the Mighty No. 9 video game. The campaign reached over a $1 million USD in the first 24 hours, and by its end totaled about $4 million USD. Inafune rose to acclaim as a game designer after developing the well received Mega Man series, with over 50 titles and more than 30 million units sold worldwide across most major consoles and handhelds. He went on to oversee several other hit games, including Street Fighter IV, Resident Evil 2, Dead Rising, and many other beloved hits that all went on to become million sellers internationally. In 2010, he started his own game studio titled comcept Inc. based out of Osaka and Tokyo, Japan.

Digital Frontier has a distinguished history of making high quality, full CG content for film, TV and games. Founded in 1994, Digital Frontier is one of the biggest animation houses in Japan equipped with over 350 award-winning artists on hand not only domestically but also in sister studios based out of Malaysia and Taiwan. The studio has built a large portfolio of international hits such as Appleseed (2004), Appleseed Saga: Ex Machina (2007) Summer Wars (2010), and Wolf Children (2012) as well as a strong catalog of CG animation for game related content, including Metal Gear Solid 4 (2008), White Knight Chronicles (2008), Tekken: Blood Vengeance (2011), Resident Evil: Damnation (2012), and Metal Gear Rising (2013).

(Anime Project FAQ)


The story focuses on Beck, a weak transforming combat robot, who was made to fight in a combat robot league as a part of the Mighty Numbers, the strongest robots in the world. When Beck is the only robot spared from a virus that forces his teammates to destroy mankind, he has to find a way to overcome his own inadequacies so that he can stop them.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Terminal Trailer

The Halo journey begins in 2014 by remembering and celebrating our past. This holiday, Halo: The Master Chief Collection will launch on Xbox One, marking the first time the entire Master Chief story will be playable on a single console. Included with Halo: The Master Chief Collection is Halo: Nightfall an original live-action digital series that introduces a pivotal new character in Halo 5: Guardians. In December, the journey continues with the competitive multiplayer beta of Halo 5: Guardians, leading up to the fall 2015 launch alongside the Halo television series.

The Wolf Among Us Episode 5 ‘Cry Wolf’ Season Finale Available Starting July 8th

Hello, Mundies…

Today we would like to share the full trailer and release dates for ‘Cry Wolf,’ the season finale of the critically-acclaimed series ‘The Wolf Among Us,’ based on Bill Willingham’s award-winning comic book series ‘FABLES’ and licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. 

The fifth episode of ‘The Wolf Among Us,’ ‘Cry Wolf,’ will be available starting Tuesday July 8th on PC/Mac as part of a season pass for $24.99 USD on the Telltale Online Store, Steam and other digital distribution services; and on PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 in North America individually for $4.99 USD, or as part of a season pass which includes access to all five episodes. 

On Wednesday July 9th, the episode will be available on PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 in Europe and on Xbox 360 via the Xbox Games Store worldwide for $4.99 USD or equivalent, or as part of a season pass upgrade. 

For iOS (iPhone and iPad), the episode will be available starting Thursday July 10th as an in-app purchase individually for $4.99 USD, or as part of the episodes 2-5 multi-pack for $14.99. Stay tuned to @telltalegames on Twitter for details on release dates for additional platforms as soon as they become available.

Following a bloody trail of murder and corruption, Bigby Wolf confronts a powerful enemy: a dark force that has been feeding on the desperation of Fabletown’s seedy underbelly. But when hidden truths are revealed, you must decide exactly what justice means in the gripping season finale of ‘The Wolf Among Us.’

Following a bloody trail of murder and corruption, Bigby Wolf confronts a powerful enemy: a dark force that has been feeding on the desperation of Fabletown’s seedy underbelly. But when hidden truths are revealed, you must decide exactly what justice means in the gripping season finale of The Wolf Among Us. 

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Grand Theft Auto V trailer remade in real life in Madrid, Spain

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Stop Motion 3D Chalk Art