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 Written by John Scalzo  on April 09, 2010

News: Blood, guts and peace on display in these new trailers.

Konami held their annual Gamer's Night event in San Francisco last night and released new trailers for many of their upcoming games during the festivities. A trio of those trailers can be found below.

Saw II for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 picks up right where the first game takes off and tells a story in the Saw saga. This trailer is not for the squeamish, so tread lightly on that Play button if that describes you:

Kojima Productions has been hard at work on the PSP-exclusive Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker for a long time now and even in the face of a delay to June 8, they put together this new trailer that will introduce gamers to the characters found in the game that was originally known as Metal Gear Solid 5:

Finally, we have the wild action of the Xbox 360-exclusive N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights II:

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