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Electric zombies! Flaming zombies! Next year's "Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z" apparently has all kinds of zombies for you to hack away at.

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The mind behind "Beyond: Two Souls" tells Joystiq that he sees a "Game Over" screen as a failure in game design--and you won't find them in his latest game.

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The new trailer for "Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster" reveals the improved visuals and rearranged music of the PS3 HD remake.

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With all this talk about the PS4, there are a few key PS3 releases that people still care about. Alongside Dark Souls 2, there's also "Beyond: Two Souls."

Not surprisingly, it made an appearance during Sony's Gamescom presser. Though what was a surprise were the two bits of info that Quantic Dream founder David Cage revealed.

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Divekick

The fighting game genre is one of the most beloved, competitive, and intense subdivisions of video games, and it's also the most complex. From the basic concept of kicking and punching your opponent until their life bar runs out, the genre has evolved into multi-hit, tag team, death matches with mysterious creatures that can conjure screen-filling projectiles by doing an eight button combo move. While it's not clear where exactly things got so complicate, it's a pretty safe bet that it was around the time of the release of "Street Fighter II" and "Mortal Kombat." Those two franchises birthed a genre that has spawned countless games, which have grown and evolved over the years. However, there is one game that is looking to rein things in, and take fighting games back to a much simpler time. "Divekick" pits opponents head-to-head, using only two buttons, and one move: the divekick.
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Murdered: Soul Suspect

I kind of have to wonder if Airtight Games, the Seattle-based devs behind "Murdered: Soul Suspect," are feeling a bit cranky that R.I.P.D. -- the Robert Schwentke flop about Ryan Reynolds and the Dude being ghost cops -- not only beat them the premise, but also spawned a videogame of the same name.

Taking solace in the fact that neither versions of R.I.P.D. well particularly well-received, Airtight has released a new Gamescom trailer for "Murdered," which, gosh, is a title that gets right to the point.

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THIS IS PART OF MTV MULTIPLAYER'S 10 MOST ANTICIPATED VIDEO GAMES OF THE FALL! CHECK 'EM ALL OUT HERE.

After you're done shaking your head about that cringe-worthy use of syngestic marketing buzzwords maybe you should check out the latest dev diary behind one the biggest FPS series' latest installment, "Battlefield 4."
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A little while ago we mentioned an initiative in which select Xbox 360 games could be easily upgraded to their Xbox One equivalents via GameStop. Since then it has been revealed that Amazon is doing the same thing.

Well, not surprisingly, Sony intends to do the same for PS3 owners who are planning on picking up PS4s. Though it might be a tad bit different than Xbox 360/One deals.

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The following tweet from the jokey Twitter account, one that satirizes President and CEO of Sony Corporation Kaz Hirai more or less says it all:

 

And indeed, immediately after Sony's Gamescom presser, in which they revealed a mind-numbing amount of games coming to the PS3, PS4, and Vita, the fist question that many people asked was: "Where the hell is Last Guardian?!?!"

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For whom the bell tolls? These guys, according to the latest trailer for October's "Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag."

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