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A new Deadpool trailer recently came out, titled "The Game's Juvenile But Awesome Trailer." Overall, the trailer is more of what we've already seen from the original released over the summer, but gives us just a bit more blood, explosions, and of course, bewbs. The aforementioned trailer, directed by Deadpool himself, is wacky and makes absolutely no sense, but if you're a fan of the "Merc with a Mouth," it's definitely worth checking out after the break.
There's something called Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon on the way, but that's about all we know. The Brazilian classification ratings group has posted a listing for the game earlier today, describing it as a FPS for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. So, does that mean it's a standalone title?
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is getting its first batch of DLC next week. The new content will be titled "VR Missions," and will include 30 challenges designed to look like the virtual reality training segments from previous games.
Earlier today at a SXSW panel, Gearbox revealed that a brand spankin' new Vault Hunter is on his/her/its way. The studio showed off a teaser for the new content, which teased that ""deep beneath Pandora, an experiment has escaped. Bandits beware, a new Vault Hunter is coming. More mayhem awaits." Spooky stuff.
If you didn't find the core Dead Space 3 experience satisfying enough (or you just wanna slice up some more Necromorphs), there's more on the way. Next week, Awakened hits PSN, Xbox Live, and Origin, providing an epilogue to the ending of the trilogy.
Have you ever wanted to throw the smackdown on some fools while also jamming to the musical stylings of Snoop Lion AKA Snoop Dogg? Well, congratulations strangely-specific-goals peson, because Snoop has just the game for you!
Looks like EA and Bioware want to remind you that there's a new Mass Effect 3 DLC coming out tomorrow, and they're doing so with a last-minute trailer. Check it out after the jump.
The upcoming Rambo video game, developed by Teyon, the company behind the Heavy Fire series, will feature the movie voice tracks of Stallone as John Rambo and Richard Crenna as Col. Samuel Trautman.