Shin'en Multimedia has worked exclusively with Nintendo since their inception in 1999, but for the first time ever they're venturing into new territory. Nano Assault Neo was a successful eShop title on Wii U, and now it's being remade with improved graphics (including a resolution of 1080p) for PlayStation 4. You can check out the first trailer for the new and improved Nano Assault Neo-X by clicking below!

Earlier this month, we reported that Sony was holding a PlayStation event in Las Vegas this December. Dubbed the PlayStation Experience, the convention promises to feature "over 400,000 square feet of PlayStation games, panels, contests, signings, giveaways, collectible memorabilia, and much more." Sony recently announced that tickets to this massive, two-day event will go on sale starting tomorrow, October 24, here. Also, when it comes time for the convention, you'll want to get there early as the opening keynote address is only for the first 5,500 attendees! Until that time, Sony has provided a trailer for the gathering which you can find inside!

By now most gamers are familiar with the story. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 launched nearly side-by-side ushering in the "next generation" of of graphics and gameplay possibilities, but it soon became apparent that it wasn't  quite an equal playing field. Many third-party games that appeared on both consoles performed notably better on PlayStation 4.

"Resolutiongate" saw quite a few prominent titles running at a higher resolution or frame rate on Sony's machine, and Xbox One was seen as the technically inferior console by many. Xbox head Phil Spencer was recently asked if he would have made Xbox One more powerful given the chance, and he had a lot to say. Check it out by clicking below!

With the new generation of gaming consoles, a graphical standard for framerate and resolution has yet to be set. While some developers ardently vouch for fluidity over anything else, many maintain that graphical fidelity reigns supreme. With Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Naughty Dog has planted its foot firmly with the third option — why not have both at once?

Even though it has jaw-dropping visuals as showcased in this real-time trailer, A Thief's End is still going to play in 60 FPS at 1080p when it releases next year. Not only that, but Naughty Dog went on to say that (as showcased by The Last Of Us Remastered) they are aiming for this to be the standard in all of their PlayStation 4 releases.

The big event of the week is finally on the horizon! Tomorrow at 6:00 PM EST (3:00 PM PDT), Nintendo is streaming the latest Nintendo Direct. Promising to showcase 50 new things for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, you won't want to miss this! You can check out the live stream right here at Gamnesia, or check back after the event to see all the exciting news! Why not both?

Is a new Banjo-Kazooie game in the works? According to a cryptic message left by NeoGAF user Kampfheld, "Banjo-Kazooie E3 2015". The message was posted in Morse Code, and credit for decoding it goes to NeoGAF user N7Commander95. Kampfheld has proven to be correct in the past, as he or she correctly provided information on cloud use. If this turns out to be correct, this is certainly big news as the latest game in the series, Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts left a bad taste in players' mouths. E3 2015 is still quite a ways away, but it will be interesting to see how this pans out.

Based on reactions to yesterday’s news that I’ve seen lately, it’s clear that the mere fact that we know Nintendo’s next console is in development is causing a big stir. Some people seem really out of touch with how game console generations work—I’ve seen remarks stating the Wii U should last another five years. To put that in perspective, that would make the Wii U a seven-year console, which is longer than any prior Nintendo home console generation… including the Wii. And if a phenomenon like the Wii couldn't keep the same amount of high quality software coming five or six years after its launch, the Wii U certainly wouldn't be able to keep up.

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Yesterday, we reported on the day-one 20 GB update Halo: The Master Chief Collection will have. While 343 opted to go with this download, the alternate option was to launch the game with two discs. Most of the comments are in favor of a two-disc release, but is that truly the better option? I don't believe it is. Head inside to let us know what you think!

A few months ago, the Mother 3 fansite released their translation tools for fans to tinker around with. Almost immediately after the tool's release, user CrabbyRhys set out to polish the current fan translation and rewrite the entire English script. Of course, this endeavor will take an extremely long time, but it seems to be well worth the effort and wait. From the screenshots provided, the translation seems to be coming along nicely with lines like "Well that's a nope" keeping that Mother charm the series is known for.

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Activision has raised the stakes for its upcoming flagship title Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. The company has released a 4-minute trailer titled “A New Era of Multiplayer”. The trailer consists of gameplay footage showing off the new movement system, weapons and more, mixed together with commentary from various community members talking about their experience with Advanced Warfare.

Don’t forget to watch the trailer past the jump!