Jeron Moore and Chad Seiter, creators of Pokémon Symphonic Evolutions and Symphony of the Goddess, recently interviewed with Gamerz Unite and explained the different approaches they took to each symphony. While neither of them actually started out as huge Pokémon fans, both became engrossed in that world to create a harmonious and beautiful show for every die-hard fan in the world to gush over. 

Read more to see what they had to say about working on it!

Splatoon is on the way, and recent news that it doesn't feature voice chat in online play has gotten people upset—and for good reason, considering that it's a team-based online shooter. But two recent announcements (that it doesn't feature custom rules, nor gear that's transferrable between online and offline play) may actually make the game better. Head inside to learn why!

Rocksteady co-founder Sefton Hill recently promised that an Arkham Knight trailer which reveals a new feature is on the way. The wait is almost over now, as a short teaser has been released with a two day countdown until the new "All Who Follow You" trailer releases. The teaser gives us a quick look at Catwoman, and you can check it out by clicking below!

As promised, Activision and Treyarch have officially unveiled Call of Duty: Black Ops III today. The rumored November 6 release date and current gen beta have been confirmed in a new reveal trailer that showcases gameplay and sets the tone for the game's story. You can check out screenshots here and the trailer by clicking below!

Console gamers are still waiting for a chance to get their hands on Tekken 7, but Bandai Namco's latest fighter is alive and well on arcade systems in Japan with more content on the way. The latest trailer for the game has revealed a new character — a hulking monstrosity named Gigas. You can check out footage of the latest fighter in Tekken by clicking below!

Activision and Treyarch have been teasing Call of Duty: Black Ops III for awhile now, and today we finally get our first look at the game itself. A batch of screenshots has been released for the upcoming shooter (which launches November 6), showcasing spectacular graphics and intense battles. You can check them out by clicking below!

If you're a fan of the toys-to-life products like Amiibo, Skylanders, or Disney Infinity figurines, Toys "R" Us has a great deal for you! Right now through May 2 there are discounts on products in all three lines, as well as a special buy one get one 40% off promotion. If you're looking to pick up these fun figurines at a low price, you can check out all the deals here.

Nintendo is just over a month away from releasing Splatoon, a new gane that puts a fun, Nintendo spin on team-based shooters. Nintendo has been promoting their new IP heavily over the past few months with regular updates on gameplay, video footage, and screenshots. If you're not all Splatooned out yet, we've got another batch of screenshots, fresh off the game's Japanese Twitter account. Click below to check them out!

The NicoNico Chokaigi stage show is going on right now in Japan, and upcoming arcade fighter Pokkén Tournament is one of the featured games. Earlier today we reported that Gengar was revealed as a playable fighter in Pokkén Tournament  during a stage presentation, and now we have the entire presentation available for your viewing pleasure. You can check out over an hour of new Pokkén Tournament footage by clicking below!

Splatoon, Nintendo's upcoming IP, is a largely team-based, online shooter, but it lacks a key component of many other popular shooters. The game's developers chose not to include voice chat so as to cut down on negative gameplay experiences, focusing on the positives instead. Producer Hisashi Nogami was recently asked about this decision and how it will affect gameplay, and Nogami explained that the very nature of the colorful, ink-based game makes voice chat unnecessary for communicating a team strategy. Hit the jump to see his explanation. 

The Nico Nico Chokaigi event in Japan has been going strong for two days now, bringing us lots of exciting new game footage and announcements. Included in the events were two livestream broadcasts for The Great Ace Attorney, an Ace Attorney prequel story set in the 1880s and featuring fictional deductive genius Sherlock Holmes. You can check out all the new footage by clicking below!

Nearly two and a half years after Wii U launched, Nintendo is finally bringing Nintendo 64 and DS games to the Virtual Console—an addition that many fans have been requesting for ages. However, Nintendo has said many times that releasing games on Virtual Console takes more time and effort than most fans imagine, and it looks like the addition of these systems to the service could come at a cost. According to Natsume's (the studio behind Harvest Moon and other games) community manager, CeeCee, Nintendo has shifted their focus away from Super Nintendo games. Hit the jump for more.

Nintendo has been taking big steps to promote Splatoon, their new IP, and they just kicked things up by several notches in Japan. As part of the Nico Nico Chokaigi event in Japan, Nintendo and Nico Nico held a livestream for the ink-fueled team shooter and showcased nearly five hours of fun new footage. If you've been hoping to see more of the game to decide if it's for you, now's the time! You can check out the livestream by clicking below.

As part of the Nico Nico Chokaigi event in Japan, Capcom held a livestream to showcase new footage of Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, the new and improved version of the game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Over 26 minutes of action-packed footage was unveiled, showing Super Nero tackle a mission in Turbo mode, providing a 20% boost in speed to the game. You can check out the footage by clicking below!

Over the past few weeks there's been a lot of controversy between Hideo Kojima and Konami, and neither side will open up and explain what's happening. We know that Kojima will stay on to finish Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but appears that won't be the case with Silent Hills. According to photojournalist Matt Hackney, Guillermo del Toro (who is co-directing the game with Kojima) told the crowd at the San Fransisco Film Festival last night that Silent Hills has been cancelled. We'll keep our eyes peeled for official confirmation.