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!

Are you not going to be able to receive the Pokémon Trainer Club Newsletter tomorrow (there's still time to sign up by the way!)? Don't worry, Nintendo has just announced additional distributions for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire that will run through December.

Head inside to find out how you can get your free demo of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire!

Pokémon's next big double entry, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, launches on the 21st of next month, and pre-orders for the third generation remakes have already exceeded pre-orders for Pokémon X and Y. That's a pretty impressive feat, considering X and Y held the record of the most pre-ordered 3DS title in Japan. Though the announcement did not quite state the exact figures, Nintendo of UK did say this is a global pattern. Many of the current Pokémon players did not play the originals when they released in 2003, due to lack of disinterest or being too young (or nonexistent yet), so it will end up catering both to the nostalgia crowd and remain a fresh experience to a large number of players.

Great news Pokémon fans! Today, Nintendo announced that two Pokémon spin-off titles from the Game Boy Color will be heading to the 3DS Virtual Console in early November.

Pokémon Puzzle Challenge, a Pokémon adaptation of Tetris Attack, will be available on the Virtual Console starting November 6th for $4.99; Pokémon Trading Card Game, a video game adaptation of the real-life trading card game, will be available on November 13th for $5.99.

Keiji Inafune was once the Global Head of Production at Capcom before leaving to form his own indie development company called Comcept. Currently he and his team are hard at work on Mighty No. 9, a sidescrolling shooter that bears more than a little resemblance to a Capcom classic. Inafune helped create Mega Man while at Capcom, and Mighty No. 9 serves as a spiritual successor. Additionally, Infaune is helping with the development of Azure Striker Gunvolt, which also borrows elements from Mega Man. Has the Capcom legal team come calling yet? Click below to see what Inafune had to say!

Pre-alpha build footage of the cancelled Star Wars Battlefront III has surfaced on the internet, revealing what is reported to be an Xbox 360 version of the game from 2007.

YouTube user BananaSwag has posted two 15 minute videos online, showing Star Wars fans an early build of the title. The company developing it at the time was Free Radical, who went bust and were bought out in 2008 to become Crytek UK. Footage from the videos show exactly what the younger version of myself would have wanted: a Battlefront game in HD with a (then) next-gen revamp. Check the videos and read more inside!

Our friend Alex Plant wrote an article the other day wherein he outlined many flaws in the design of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. I do agree that many item and stage mechanics are overpowered or even flat-out broken, unlocking custom moves is a nightmare, and the Smash Run mode is far too hectic for me to genuinely enjoy. But as much as we can criticize it for its misgivings, we can find just as much that the lastest entry in the Smash Bros. series does much better than its predecessors. It’s important to remember that neither criticism nor praise is worth our while if there’s no intent behind it—but we can learn just as much from what the new Smash Bros. does right as we can from what it does wrong.

For the first time ever, there are two versions of Super Smash Bros. in one console generation. Lots of gamers are enjoying Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS right now, and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U comes out next month. We'll find out a lot more about the latter when Nintendo holds a special video live stream event on Thursday, but you can catch a great look at the game right now. Nintendo has released over 160 new Smash screenshots (110 of them from the Wii U version of the game) and you can check them out by clicking below!

Sony has launched a new commercial for PlayStation 4 focusing on one of the basic principles of gaming: getting together with a good friend for some friendly competition. In a video that blends reality and gaming worlds together, two friends compete against each other in various activities. With over 10 million units sold as of two months ago, there's sure to be plenty of competition happening on PlayStation 4 right now with more to come in the future! Click below to check it out!