We're exactly one month away from the launch of Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, and the hype is building! One of the new features in the remade games is the Soaring ability. By obtaining either Latios or Latias (each of the two is exclusive to one of the games), you can fly all around the region for faster travel and to find new places to explore, including Mirage Spots in the sky containing legendary Pokémon. This ability, along with other features, is showcased in the latest trailer. Check it out by clicking below!

Recently, a Bandai Namco business meeting revealed that Tekken 7 will be headed to Japanese arcades in February 2015. Fighters are very popular in arcades, and Tekken is one of the biggest names on the market. There's no surprise that people are really excited for it.  Check out some promotional material inside!

Earlier today we learned why Sakurai set the time limit for Smash Run to be five minutes. In that same Famitsu article, Sakurai also discusses other things regarding the process of developing Super Smash Bros. He covers everything from how he approaches music to the amount of tips in the game, and even how he goes about updating the "Pic of the Day."

Make the jump to read his responses!

I've become extremely disheartened with matchmaking games these days. Every time I try to play, I always lose horribly. Now before all the comments come in saying I suck, I will admit, I'm not the best. I know that. My problem is that too much anymore, people have found ways to ruin the experience for me. Losing isn't the problem. It's part of the game. But between laggers and cheaters, team killers and quitters, I can't bring myself to enjoy the games I used to.

With the rise of e-sports, there is certainly a need for competitiveness in matchmaking. There's a limit though, and it's one I feel is crossed way too often. Not everyone can be the next big thing in gaming, and frankly I'm tired of everyone trying to be. I've practically given up matchmaking as a result. Now of course, there's nothing forcing me to play matchmaking, but shouldn't I be able to fully enjoy a game that I paid for? Why should I buy a game only to experience half of it? I'm sure everybody at some point has gone through this. Is the online gaming community too extreme? Let us know what you think after the jump!

With the official release of Grand Theft Auto V coming out on next-gen consoles and PC next year, many people can't wait to get their hands on it. This has led to some reports of an official, pre-release beta. Rockstar has heard these reports and has since stated that there will be no beta for Grand Theft Auto V. They further warn that any claim of a beta is most likely a scam. Do not fall for any claims otherwise!

We're back with another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every Monday we pit two video games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes! Rayman Origins, as the name suggests, returned the series to its origins with classic 2D platforming. Sonic Generations blended 2D and 3D action together catering to both classic and modern Sonic fans. Which of these 2011 series refreshes do you like more? Hit the jump to cast your vote and join the debate!

The hype for Super Smash Bros. isn't done yet! Remember when there was a ROM dump that gave evidence to the inclusion of DLC? Well the post-launch speculation for the game doesn't stop there as now hackers have discovered a bunch of text and code that practically proves that DLC for the game will happen, and for both versions of the game. Like last time, it's going to be a doozy, which you can read after the jump!

For over a decade, Video Games Live has been bringing video game music to the forefront and has promoted the cultural and artistic aspects of gaming. Now, they need your help to produce their fourth album. The album is planned to have between 12 and 15 tracks, including never before released songs from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Resident Evil, and League of Legends among other series. The predicted release date is February 18, 2015. If this sounds appealing to you, go support the project. You'll get some cool stuff and some great music to boot!

Finally someone important wants what we've all been saying for the past however many years, and that's for Capcom to make more Mega Man games. To make it even stronger it was Keiji Inafune, the creator of the series, that said it in an interview with Game Informer regarding Inafune's latest spiritual successors to Mega Man, Mighty Gunvolt, Mighty No. 9, and Azure Striker Gunvolt. You can read what Inafune had to say after the jump!

A number of gaming journalists have been teasing a mystery title for the PlayStation 4 that is to be announced in December 2014. They say that it will "engulf the internet"and will "make a lot of noise".

Sony is keeping their cards close to their chests about the forthcoming announcement, so we are having to rely on tidbits from people who have been involved with it.

Read more after the jump!