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Kingdom Under Fire 2: Character Cinematic Intro Videos + 14 Minutes of New Gameplay

Kingdom Under Fire 2 is inching closer, and today we’ve got a ton of new video from it to share with you!

First, check out the cinematic intro videos for thte Spellsword, Gunslinger, and Berserker characters:

And as a bonus, here’s 14 minutes of new gameplay. Enjoy!

Ryan McCaffrey is IGN’s Executive Editor of Previews. Follow him on Twitter at @DMC_Ryan, catch him on Unlocked, and drop-ship him Taylor Ham sandwiches from New Jersey whenever possible.

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Death Stranding Collector’s Edition Is Still Available

Death Stranding is a PS4 exclusive set to release November 8. It comes from Kojima Productions, a development house headed up by Metal Gear’s Hideo Kojima. What we know about the game comes mostly from a series of bizarre trailers that have been released over the past few years, starring the likes of Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, Lea Seydoux, and Guillermo del Toro.

You can’t play Death Stranding yet, but you can preorder it from a number of retailers. Here’s everything you need to know to lock down a copy for yourself.

Death Stranding Collector’s Edition

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Death Stranding: Exclusive Gamescom Trailer Reveals Norman Reedus’ Main Mission

There’s an extra Death Stranding trailer being shown at Gamescom, and we’ve just seen it. Strap in.

Currently only being shown to those attending the Death Stranding booth at the German show, the trailer – called ‘Briefing’ – is a story cutscene, seemingly from the earlier parts of the game, and it contextualises much of what we’ve seen in previous trailers, particularly about what Norman Reedus’ Sam is aiming for in the game.

Featuring Norman Reedus’ Sam, Lindsay Wagner’s Amelie, and Tommie Earl Jenkins’ Die-Hardman, the trailer takes place in what seems to be the Oval Office, and features the two latter characters attempting to convince Sam to join their cause – to reconnect the fractured cities of the UCA (or United Cities of America).

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‘Hot Shot Burn’ is a Cartoonish Multiplayer Battle Before a Live Studio Audience

Splattering your friends all over an arena is nice, but it feels so much more appealing when you’ve got an audience cheering for you and an announcer shouting about your skills.

Hot Shot Burn pits four local or online players against one another in futuristic gladiatorial combat, where they’ll try to shoot each other until only one is left standing. As the audience roars (or boos) and the announcer makes fun of the dead and dying, you’ll guide your chosen hero (Galactic wrestler? Moth assassin?) to victory. Since each of them has their own neat powers, how you earn that victory is up to you.

Not that your own weapons are your only tools. Each of the game’s many arenas is lined with hazards that you can put to use if you’re clever. Sometimes beams come blasting through certain parts of the landscape. Sometimes things bounce you around. If you watch out for these things and try to lure your opponents into them at the right time, you can give yourself a bit of an edge. If you’re inattentive (like a certain journalist is), you just might find yourself going all to pieces at a bad time.

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‘Man Vs. Missiles: Combat’ Has Launched on the App Store a Day Early and It Is Rolling Out on Google Play Right Now

Spiel Studios is back today with a brand new chapter for the avoidance game Man Vs. Missiles. While this isn’t a full fledged sequel but something that builds on the base of the original with loads of new additions, Man Vs. Missiles: Combat was looking for beta testers a little while ago before it finally went up for pre-order last week. Today, the game has finally arrived on iOS and Android. Watch the trailer for it below:

As the name suggests, Man Vs. Missiles: Combat sees you facing off against not only missiles but also enemy planes. You also now have a health bar and can pickup power ups while playing and not have to worry about taking damage immediately. You can use your own artillery to fight back as well. If you’ve played the original Man Vs. Missiles, you should feel right at home here. It is free to play and includes various in app purchases just like the original game.

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‘Dragalia Lost’ Gets a New Summon Showcase Beginning Later Tonight alongside the Extension of the Daily Free Summon Event and We Finally Have a Music Album Releasing Soon

Dragalia Lost (Free) from Cygames and Nintendo had a few of the usual new event related announcements right now but the highlight for me is the announcement of a new collaboration album. This album is being done with DAOKO. A lot of DAOKO’s music is featured in the game and the album is a celebration for the first anniversary of the game. It releases on October 9th in Japan and has a few different editions. Read about them here on the official Japanese website.

The Daily Free Summon event that began a little while ago has been extended to now end on August 31st as opposed to ending later today. You can login daily to get a free summon. For A Crescendo of Courage and Ardent Admirers showcases. The Ardent Admirers Summon Showcase begins later today and includes Valentine’s Hildegarde and Prometheus as some of the featured summons with an increased appearance rate. This event ends on August 31st.

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