If you've finished attacking those Bulborbs and are looking for more Pikmin goodness, look no further. There are three Pikmin short films in the works, directed by the very man who created those adorable flower-topped creatures.

Shigeru Miyamoto wrote the storyboards for the animated shorts, entitled “The Night Juicer,” “Treasures in a Bottle,” and “Occupational Hazards”. These were then handed over to the same production company that created the 2012 E3 opening sequence.

See the trailer after the jump!

Earlier today we polled our readers to see what you think about future DLC in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS, and an overwhelming majority is in favor! While some only want DLC if it's free (after all, Nintendo doesn't want players to feel like they're not getting the full game at launch), most agree that DLC could benefit the Smash series. I would also like to see future DLC support, and I don't mind opening up my wallet either. Of course, there's one condition: Nintendo needs to support Super Smash Bros. with more than just new characters for DLC. Hit the jump to read on!

One of the biggest stories from Thursday's Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Direct presentation was the announcement that fan favorite Mewtwo is returning as a playable character. If you buy both the 3DS and Wii U version of the game, you'll receive the powerful legendary Pokémon for free on both versions. 

Although not specifically stated, it's believed that Mewtwo will still be available to those who don't have both versions as paid DLC, and we want to know what you think of the potential for more Smash DLC in the future. Should Smash be supported with DLC like Mario Kart 8, Hyrule Warriors, and other recent Nintendo titles? Hit the jump to cast your vote and join the debate!

A couple of weeks back we learned that Xbox boss Phil Spencer is re-thinking his company's parity clause. Under this rule, independent developers looking to release their game on Xbox One cannot release on another platform first; it has to hit Xbox first (including a simultaneous multiplatform release) or not at all. Understandably this stance has caused some controversy, so Microsoft may end up ditching it in time. Meanwhile, Nintendo's Ed Valiente recently spoke at the Italian Game Developers Summit and assured attendees that this and other restrictive policies are not present on Nintendo platforms. Hit the jump to see what he had to say!

Yesterday, a massive truckload of Super Smash Bros. For Wii U was dumped on us (read: Mewtwo was announced as a future DLC character) in the form of a Nintendo Direct. GameXplain has compiled over 250 screenshots in a 20-minute video, filled with stages old and new, characters and everything in-between. 

There is a lot to look at, so head past the jump to watch the video!

We already knew that Super Smash Bros. for Wii U would have a lot more content than the 3DS version, and that includes the trophies; apparently the difference is going to be noticeable. There will be more Mega Man trophies, like Bass and Treble, trophies from The Wonderful 101, Xenoblade Chronicles, Fire Emblem, and more! 

You can see a list of all the trophies seen after the jump!

Leading up to the release of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, hype levels were maintained by a healthy supply of pre-rendered fighter reveals for characters such as Rosalina, Mega Man, and Shulk. At the moment, though, the only way to watch any of these fantastic trailers is through the compression and bitrate of YouTube. With the Wii U release of Smash Bros., however, all of that is changing, as it will feature all of the trailers in beautiful, uncompressed 1080p. Of course, it won't feature only reveals, as it will also include openings, How To Play videos, and more.

Edit: We've added the trailer to the post for your viewing pleasure!

Straight from the recent Super Smash Bros. for Wii U 50 Fact Extravaganza came the biggest surprise any of us here at Gamnesia had ever seen. Now, what was this surprise? Oh, nothing really, other than Mewtwo being added to the roster of Super Smash Bros.

Read more about this super hype announcement after the jump!

During the most recent Nintendo Direct, it was revealed that Super Smash Bros. for Wii U can be operated by a grand total of six various peripherals—and that includes the 3DS! The classic GameCube controller will also be available for usage, as well as the Wii U Pro Controller, the Wii Remote Plus (and nunchuck, if you want), the GamePad, as well as the Wii Classic Controller.

Which one will you use?

The latest Pokémon-themed title is making its way to North America for the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS tomorrow! In Pokémon Art Academy, you take on the role of a young artist aspiring to be the best there ever was... at art! Taught by Professor Andy, Pokémon Art Academy provides many unique lessons at all artistic levels, so even the most untalented pupils can get a good foundation. When you're done with your masterpiece, you can upload it to Miiverse, or even save it to your SD card to print off from a computer!

Featuring Pokémon from all generations, including even Mega Pokemon, Pokémon Art Academy can be found in retailers or on the Nintendo eShop starting tomorrow for $29.99. As a bonus, digital copies come with an exclusive download code for the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire demo!