Spectacularly talented classical pianist Sonya Belousova of the YouTube channel Player Piano performs a lively medley of tunes from the original Super Mario Bros. in her latest video. Belousova plays on a custom piano shaped like a giant NES console, with Mario-themed effects and visuals in the background. The performance is dedicated to recently deceased Nintendo President and CEO Satoru Iwata. The NES piano will be featured in a giveaway once Player Piano reaches one million subscribers. You can watch the video inside.

Bethesda has said that they cannot make any more Fallout 4: Pip-Boy Edition Pip-Boy units, despite repeated manufacturing runs. The manufacturers responsible for creating the units, which can incorporate a smartphone, simply cannot fit any more production runs into their schedules, meaning that if you haven't already secured one of the bundles, you won't be able to acquire a Pip-Boy.

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Felipe Ribeiro Daneluz has made quite the name for himself inside and outside of the Sonic community. Going by the handle "LakeFeperd", Daneluz crafted a number of fan games for the online annual Sonic Amateur Games Expo over the past few years, with interquel titles Sonic: Before the Sequel and Sonic: After the Sequel bridging together the stories of the original 2D Sonic the Hedgehog titles and becoming well-publicized hits.

This time, however, Daneluz has foregone "fan" game development in hopes of launching his first original IP, dubbed Spark the Electric Jester, and has taken to Kickstarter to make it a reality. Read on after the jump for more details on his upcoming game and the trailer!

Earlier today during a Japanese conference, Square Enix revealed Dragon Quest XI. The game will launch next year for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS (and possibly also NX). The 3DS version uses the system's dual screens to display two graphically different versions of the game. The main screen shows a 3D, top-down RPG world. Meanwhile, the same world is visualized through old-school sprites in the bottom screen. You can watch how this works after the jump, in the very first gameplay footage of Dragon Quest XI on 3DS.

The Super Mario Bros. franchise turns 30 this year, which means a lot of awesome stuff is coming our way. Super Mario Maker is, of course, the pinnacle of the plumber's big celebration, but Mattel has recently announced that they are teaming up with Nintendo to bring us the icing on the cake: Super Mario Hot Wheels.

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At E3 this year, Guerrilla Games unveiled a new IP that is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4 next year called Horizon Zero Dawn; since then, many have praised the game for featuring what should be a strong female protagonist who, according to the game's director, is based on some of pop culture's strongest female characters. In an interview with the Official PlayStation Magazine UK, game director Mathijs de Jonge explained that the Guerrilla team drew inspiration from Terminator's Sarah Connor, Alien's Ripley, and Game of Thrones' Ygritte when designing the game's protagonist. Head inside for more.

Gerudo Valley is one of the most iconic songs in the Legend of Zelda series, even though it hasn't appeared in all that many games. In the video after the jump, we can see YouTube user DaveYard Shift perform an arrangement of this song with his mariachi band. DaveYard Shift says in his channel description that he he is trying to show both Mexican and video game culture, and I think this video is a perfect example of that. This performance will join a long list of video game music fan arrangements that will hopefully keep expanding, so that we can all relive our precious memories in different ways.

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Square Enix recently announced Dragon Quest XI: The Search for a Bygone Time, the latest main series entry in the franchise, for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS. In a subsequent press release, Square Enix also mentioned that they are considering bringing the new title (as well as Dragon Quest X) to Nintendo's upcoming platform, codenamed NX, as well.

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Square Enix officially revealed Dragon Quest XI today, announcing PlayStation 4 and 3DS versions of the game and showing off some early build footage. The upcoming RPG, which will return to the franchise's traditional style, is slated to launch during the 30th anniversary of the Dragon Quest series in Japan, which puts the game's release in 2016 or early 2017. However, when it comes to the rest of the world, it could be a long wait. Square Enix has issued a statement regarding the localization of the game, and you can check it out by clicking below.

Square Enix officially unveiled the next main series entry in the Dragon Quest franchise today. Dragon Quest XI: The Search for a Bygone Time is in development for Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 4 and is expected to launch sometime next year. Running on Unreal Engine 4, the game looks beautiful, and you can really see the influence from Akira Toriyama in the character design. A video showcasing eleven minutes of gameplay footage has released, and you can check it out by clicking below!

At their recent Dragon Quest press conference, Square Enix formally announced Dragon Quest XI: The Search for a Bygone Time, which had its logo leaked yesterday, for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS. The two versions of the game will share the same story, but for obvious reasons they will have substantial visual differences.

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I am locked in a state of rejoicing as Mafia 3 has been officially announced. Little is known at this point about the game other than a large reveal will occur at Gamescom on August 5 at 5am PT / 8 am PT / 1pm GMT, but in order to give a small taste of what 2K is doing with the game a small banner has been released with the announcement. Check it out after the jump!

According to 2K's Twitter, the reveal will include a trailer. Will we see the aftermath of Vito Scaletta's adventures in Mafia 2? Or perhaps a whole new location, characters, and time period? I'm personally hoping for the latter, as the image certainly suggest so. We will have to wait until August 5 to find out.

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Over the past few weeks, YouTuber CryZENx has been steadily creating and uploading videos that re-imagine classic Nintendo characters and franchises in Unreal Engine 4. With the power of Epic's popular graphics engine, he's already transformed Sonic the Hedgehog, The Legend of Zelda, and Pokémon, and now he's done the same for Kirby. Click below to check it out, and let us know what you think of Kirby's new look!

Earlier this month, Square Enix unveiled Dragon Quest Builders, a spin-off to the popular RPG series that draws inspiration from Minecraft. We got to look at a handful of screenshots last week, showcasing the world of the "block building RPG," but today we finally have some footage showing the game in action. You can check it out by clicking below!

When The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt launched this May, CD Projekt Red promised consumers that a whopping total of sixteen free DLC items would be made available in the following weeks. Previous content releases have contained extra quests, armor sets, and alternate costumes for some of the game's characters. Now, as the final piece of free DLC, CD Projekt Red is going to be giving The Witcher 3 a New Game Plus mode! However, don't get too excited just yet, as this content won't be ready for release this week.