The beloved and iconic Star Wars franchise is back in full force thanks to the extremely successful launch of The Force Awakens. If you loved the movie, you can now relive it in LEGO form! LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is out now, and you can pick up a copy of it by clicking right here. Warner Bros. has been regularly releasing character trailers to build hype for the game's launch, and today they released a new trailer starring the franchise's most beloved duo — Han Solo and Chewie. You can check it out by clicking below!

Earlier we reported that the Tetris movie adaption would be a trilogy, but now one of the producers, Larry Kasanoff, has told us why. Apparently the story they have conceived is so big that they need three movies to tell it. In other words, they managed to turn a game that consists entirely of lining up falling blocks into an "epic, sci-fi story" that needs three full movies to tell. Kasanoff also stated that nobody yet has guessed what they are actually doing with the movie.

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Unreal Engine 4 is one of the most popular graphics engines in the video game industry right now, which has been bad news for Nintendo fans. Nintendo's Wii U launched with support for Unreal Engine 3, but Unreal Engine 4 was already well on its way, and Nintendo's console couldn't support the newer engine. Nintendo's next console, NX, is expected to have more powerful hardware, and we've heard rumors that it will support Unreal Engine 4. This is supported by a recent Nintendo job listing for a Software Engineer, as the job requirements include familiarity with existing game engines, specifically Unreal Engine 4. Hit the jump for more.

Batman: Return to Arkham has been delayed indefinitely, Warner Bros. Games confirmed today in a blog post. Following an onslaught of rumors and leaks, the remastered bundle of Arkham games was officially confirmed last month, with a release date of July 26th. However, porting studio Virtuos Games requires more time to deliver a polished experience, though exactly how much time is unknown, as no new release date was confirmed. Read on for more information.

Within the last year, both Undertale and Overwatch have stolen the attention and hearts of many gamers. While Undertale is no stranger to receiving remixes and covers of its wonderful soundtrack, this particular take on the track "His Theme" adds one unique thing to the mix: the characters from Overwatch

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Resident Evil and survival-horror were once virtually synonymous, but Capcom's beloved franchise saw a distinct shift in gameplay with Resident Evil 4, and each main series entry since has been more and more action-focused. While this helped popularize the series and attract new fans, it also left many veteran players feeling alienated. Capcom took note of fan frustration when Resident Evil 6 received lukewarm reviews and undersold expectations, and they promised to do more to appeal to their core base.

As such, I was intrigued (but skeptical) when a reliable source leaked that a horror-focused Resident Evil VII would appear at E3 this year. While I trusted the source, I couldn't wrap my head around the idea of Capcom truly taking the series back to its horror roots. I fully expected Capcom to take a half-measure, scaling the action back to the level of Resident Evil 4 or perhaps Resident Evil: Revelations, but I was pleasantly surprised to be wrong. Based on what we've seen so far, Capcom is making a real effort to welcome in horror fans with open arms.

Because there is nothing quite like Christmas like bashing in zombie skulls, Capcom is reviving Dead Rising with a new game releasing this holiday season. The upcoming entry stars the first game's Frank West as he returns to Willamette, Colorado for yuletide, right as it suffers another outbreak of the living dead.

While little else is known about the game since its premiere appearance at E3 this year, leaked footage of the game has surfaced through gaming news outlet Polygon thanks to an anonymous source. The recorded video, filming an earlier build of the PC version, shows off extensive gameplay with new camera modes, selfies, and a flame-throwing lawnmower-tricycle hybrid (yes, you read that last part right). See it for yourselves after the jump!

Nintendo has considered making Zelda spinoff starring Sheik, which is something many fans have wanted to see for a long time. In an interview with GameRant, Miyamoto himself specifically said it's "not an impossibility." The same was said about a Princess Zelda spinoff game, but Sheik is the one who they've been actively thinking about.

This was one of the talking points on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo-themed podcast here at Gamnesia. Check out the discussion video after the jump for our full thoughts, or keep reading for a brief, brief summary.

Fans are still eagerly waiting for the release of Hello Game's No Man's Sky, which has been delayed to August. However, fans have more than the game itself to look forward to, as the band that wrote the music for No Man's Sky is kicking off a tour later this year. The UK instrumental group 65daysofstatic will begin their tour in Europe, and then they hope to move on to other regions. The band will be performing songs from the game's soundtrack in what they believe is the "largest tour ever for a video game soundtrack."

In the past, we've seen gamers take on the amazing challenge of using special controllers like Rock Band guitars and dance pads from Dance Dance Revolution to play games that don't require them, such as the Dark Souls series. Now one man has taken this challenge to a new level by using a fishing rod controller in a Super Smash Bros. tournament.

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Yesterday's round ended pretty heavily in favor of Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver versions, raking in almost half of all votes cast and coming in at approximately twice the number of votes given to the runner-up. Now it's time to figure out the first game that Pokémon will compete against in Round 2. You may notice that the games in this round don't share a common theme—that's because it's our leftover round! You may be wondering why this round is happening on only the second day of the competition, and the answer may surprise you: because we didn't plan it well enough!

Skies of Arcadia Legends, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, and Wild Arms 3 are set to duke it out today! Four enter the arena, but only one will leave. Make sure to head inside and vote to see your favorite of these titles move on to the next round!

The first expansion pack for Tom Clancy's The Division comes out tomorrow, June 28th, on Xbox One and PC. The expansion is called "Underground," and it takes place in the subterranean tunnels of Manhattan, where a number of factions are fighting a war for resources.

To commemorate the launch, Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Underground, which outlines the basic plot of the expansion and provides some new gameplay footage from inside the underground dungeons.

Follow after the jump to watch the trailer!

Over a year ago, Nintendo first teased that they were working on new video game hardware, code named NX. Nintendo has been incredibly tight-lipped about the upcoming console since the initial teaser, revealing few details (aside from a launch window of March 2017) and refusing to comment on various rumors and reports in the industry.

With just nine months to go until the console's launch target, many are wondering when Nintendo will finally unveil NX to the public, and some are even speculating that it could be delayed. Speaking with the Associated Press, longtime Nintendo executive Shigeru Miyamoto explained that the reason Nintendo has been so secretive is that they're working on "an idea" instead of just advancements in technology. Hit the jump for more.

Late last week, Nintendo unveiled a bunch of details about the Link's Awakening DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors and Hyrule Warriors Legends. Amongst the bevvy of new details, we learned that Europe and Japan would be seeing this content launch this Thursday, June 30th. At the time, a North American release date was unknown, but highly speculated to be the same day. Today, Nintendo confirmed that the DLC would indeed be coming on June 30th to North America as well.

The Minecraft movie has been in development for quite some time now, and many wondered whether it would ever come out. Updates have started to slowly trickle, though, such as the announcement of Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Rob McElhenney being the director and scriptwriter for the movie, and producer Roy Lee has stated that they plan on attracting the "Jurassic World" crowd, which would be an older audience than his previous work on The LEGO Movie. Mojang released another update earlier today, announcing that the Minecraft movie is scheduled to be released on May 24, 2019.