This past week brought a number of new trailers to the forefront, including upcoming films and video games that will no doubt catch a few eyes this holiday season. Here’s a round-up of some of the best from the past week.

Brad Pitt’s latest movie, Fury, has quite the dramatic edge to it. It takes place during World War II, and puts Pitt into the shoes of a Sherman tank commander named Wardaddy, who’s tasked with keeping his team in one piece while hunting down Nazis in Germany. The film, the latest from Sabotage and End of Watch writer David Ayer, will debut on movie screens this October.

Taking a completely different turn from the events above, Money for Nothing: A History of the Music Video has its own story to tell, looking back on the forgotten art of music videos. First popularized by MTV in the 80’s (and then later abandoned in favor of reality TV programming), music videos were the premiere form for artists to reach out to their fans. Their creativity is also noteworthy, something the movie will explore when it releases later this year.

In Ubisoft’s latest trailer for Assassin’s Creed Unity, multiplayer takes a huge emphasis, as players can team up with one another to complete heists, assassinations and other missions, all for the sake of turning the tide during the French Revolution. With its unprecedented features and stirring visuals, Unity should certainly shake things up when it releases on November 11 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

Kickbeat: Special Edition isn’t your usual music/rhythm game. Instead of strumming a guitar or playing some form of musical instrument, you instead play a martial arts master who beats down thugs while playing along with a song. This unique blend of action and music makes for a unique experience, one that’s available this week on Wii U and PlayStation 4, and coming soon to the Xbox One.

With Grand Theft Auto V set to launch on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 18 and PC in early 2015, Rockstar Games is really going all out to further establish the story that hooked millions of gamers last year. Featuring an interesting array of characters and some over-the-top action scenarios, A Picket Fence and a Dog Named Skip trailer is well worth seeing.

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