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The 4-Port GameCube controller adapter for Wii U will be $19.99 USD, coming this winter. The adapter also supports WaveBird! Nintendo will also be selling a Smash Bros. Wii U bundle that includes a copy of Smash Bros. Wii U, the GameCube adapter, and one Smash Bros. themed controller for $99.99 USD. If you want extra controllers, Nintendo will also be selling the Smash Bros. themed GameCube controllers separately for $29.99.

UPDATE: We've included a gallery of screenshots, artwork, and concept art after the jump.

Ubisoft's latest entry into the Assassin's Creed franchise, Assassin's Creed Unity, set during the French revolution, is set to be released October 28th, 2014. We saw some gameplay footage, as well as a trailer, for it today during Ubisoft's E3 press conference. Also announced shortly after Ubisoft's press conference was confirmation of an Assassin's Creed Unity collector's edition.

Included in this set is a copy of Assassin's Creed Unity, of course; a figure of the game's main character, Arno; a soundtrack and artbook; exclusive in-game DLC missions; and a music box that plays the game's main theme. It all comes in a nice looking collectible box. You can see a better picture of it by jumping inside.

The collector's edition will be available for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One this October, but is not yet eligible for pre-order. We'll keep you posted.

Normally I would talk about truckloads of salt and how we shouldn't believe what we read until Nintendo tells us to... but this is different. This is an interview, one we can prove exists on a legit website (Time Magazine). The interview page itself is broken—because it isn't supposed to be live yet—but you can still see bits and pieces of it when you visit the page directly. Thanks to some fine digging by the internet, we have much of the interview, one that takes place with Shigeru Miyamoto, to read inside. It unveils a new Star Fox game for Wii U, along with a picture of Miyamoto playing it on the E3 show floor, meaning it could likely hit this year (playable demo!). Head inside.

Yesterday, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot revealed that the publisher had a game in development for the Nintendo Wii U, but the company would wait on revealing more details until the sales of the hardware picked up. More details have emerged on that mysterious project, courtesy of Geoff Keighly's interview with Guillemot on Spike.

Here's what he said.

"What we have this year is two games. We have as you said Watch Dogs but we also have Just Dance. And we have another one we didn’t speak about yet. It will come. Just for Wii U… but it’s more for families, families and friends.” — Geoff Keighly

What do you think it could be? It's not going to be ZombiU 2 feat. Bono, I guess? Start guessing in the comments.

After the stellar sales of Watch Dogs during the game's launch, it should be a no-brainer for Ubisoft to begin working on a sequel. However, CEO Yves Guillemot has recently stated that the publisher plans to take its time for a continuation in the franchise; the company isn't going to rush it.

Here's exactly what Guillemot said.

"To start with we will take time on Watch Dogs, to make sure – like with Assassin’s Creed II – we can come back with something that takes full advantage of what everything we created to do with the first game. After that, we will see, it depends on our teams. What we try and do is have different teams that take care of a brand, and give each team enough time. So I can’t say now if it will be an annual release, we will see in time how it works out depending on the overall ability of the very talented teams that look after the brand." — Yves Guillemot

For the full quote, you'll need to hit the jump,

UPDATE: In a trailer released by Rockstar, the publisher revealed the game is coming to the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One, and PC. Get ready for the modding community to take over! Watch the trailer after the jump.

A few short moments ago, Sony announced that a remastered version of Grand Theft Auto V will becoming to PlayStation 4 later this year. The game, which is coming in Fall 2014, will allow players to experience the original title with improved graphics.

In addition, owners of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the title will be able to transfer their Grand Theft Auto Online profile and characters to the PS4 version of the game.

The conference begins at 9:00 AM PST!

Tonight at the Sony E3 press conference, we got the first look at Kojima Production and Konami's latest game in the Metal Gear Solid series: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. For those who don't know, The Phantom Pain is a direct follow up to Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, and is the main part of the greater Metal Gear Solid V universe.

This game is supposed to be the final entry in Big Boss' storyline of the Metal Gear Solid timeline, finally bridge the gap between Big Boss and Solid Snake's storylines, and lead directly into the events of the original Metal Gear from 1987 on the MSX and the creation of Outer Heaven.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain also utilizes the highly touted Fox Engine, created by Kojima Productions for the specific purpose of making this game. This looks to be the biggest and greatest Metal Gear Solid game to date.

Jump on inside for the trailer and to leave your thoughts and comments!

We posted earlier today about Battlefield Hardlines during the EA press conference, but Sony decided to have some footage of their own. As was said earlier, the gameplay, which is a departure from the traditional war-focused franchise, is based around cops and criminals, with up to 32-player heist missions.

So go ahead and see the new trailer after the jump!

The Caped Crusader is back again, and Rocksteady is bringing the dark knight to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

During Sony's E3 press conference, Warner Bros. unveiled gameplay of Batman: Arkham Knight. The game features a huge open world in the form of Gotham City. You thought Arkham Origins was big? Wait until you get a load of the view Batman has from his hideout. The demo also features the Batmobile in a driving form and a tank form. Scarecrow, the main antagonist of the title, has his intentions revealed in a new fake-out technological hiccup at the end of the demo.

Check out the gameplay after the jump.