While Pokémon fans across the globe are still frantically trying to catch 'em all in Pokémon GO, The Pokémon Company already has a new mobile game scheduled to come out in Japan real soon. The game is titled Splash! Magikarp, and it is being released on iOS and Android this spring. The official teaser site has an imaginary newspaper that describes the appearance of Magikarp-shaped holes in a peaceful town and an investigation to figure out the cause is underway. You can check out the teaser by clicking here.

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Yesterday, Niantic Labs released a huge batch of new Pokémon for Pokémon GO. With the latest update for the game, you can now catch over eighty new creatures from the second generation of Pokémon, which originated from the Johto region in Pokémon Gold and Silver for the Game Boy. These include adorable fan-favorite Pokémon like Chikorita, Totodile, Cyndaquil, and Marill.

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Most people have heard by now that PewDiePie has been dropped from Maker Studios, a Disney-owned brand that is partnered with multiple YouTube channels. The popular personality paid commerce website Fiverr to hold up a sign that read "death to all jews" for the purpose of testing how far the platform would go to fulfill a request. YouTube Red show also dropped the show Scare PewDiePie due to the situation. Now that the news has been floating around for a few days, PewDiePie decided to upload a new video apologizing for the jokes he made, as well as criticizing websites like The Wall Street Journal for falsely claiming that he was anti-Semitic.

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Modding is nothing new to the Super Smash Bros. community, having added fighters such as Phoenix Wright, Goku, and Sans, among many others. So with the release of Yooka-Laylee just under two months away, it's not much of a surprise that the eponymous duo would enter into the fray. Modder Anivernage, along with a few others, designed the characters as a Yoshi skin for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. The mod is compatible with 8-Player Smash and can even be taken online over Wi-Fi.

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Video games in and of themselves are fun and exciting, but they're also powerful tools which inspire their fans. Take any franchise out there and I'm sure there's dozens, if not hundreds of fan tributes out there. One of the more amazing tributes I've come across in recent times combines Shovel Knight with Gundam. Yes, you read that right, and it's definitely as breathtaking as it sounds.

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The Switch isn't launching for fifteen more days, though it appears that some lucky Switch fans have been receiving their consoles a bit early. A new video was released on Vidme just over half an hour ago showcasing the console's UI and setup procedures. This marks the first time we've been able to see the UI in action, and overall, I think it seems pretty nice, if not a bit reminiscent of the PlayStation 4 menu.

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At E3 2016, Sony unveiled that they were partnering with Activision to bring remasters of the original trio of Crash Bandicoot games to the PlayStation 4. Dubbed the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, the collection features enhanced remasters of Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot: Warped. We later learned that the trilogy would be coming sometime in 2017, but as of today, we have an official release date.

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One of my favorite things about Nintendo is their ability to hide little easter eggs within their new developments. I was blown away, for instance, when I learned that "Ballad of the Goddess" from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was a backwards version of "Zelda's Lullaby." The upcoming The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a few of these easter eggs hidden in it as well. Last year, it was discovered that the "Song of Time" can be heard near the Temple of Time if you listen carefully.

A new audio easter egg was discovered in the "Hyrule Fields" theme earlier this month. What could it be? You'll have to head inside to find out!

Japanese manufacturer Good Smiles Company has announced that it is going to release a figurine based on Tracer from Blizzard's Overwatch. The figurine, called "Nendoroid Tracer: Classic Skin Edition," will be coming out this August.

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One of my favorite reports floating around about the Switch was that the Virtual Console will be able to support GameCube titles. This rumor grew significantly last December when Eurogamer reported that not only was Nintendo planning on bringing GameCube games to the Virtual Console, but they already had three of them up and running! Nintendo has thus far remained silent on the issue, but they did provide a big hint in a recent interview with French website Melty.

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Though Pokémon GO was a huge hit around its launch last summer, things have slowed down significantly in the months since. There have been a few updates and events here and there, but nothing I would consider major. That's about to change later this week, as Pokémon GO is getting a huge update bringing with it a wealth of new content. Niantic is adding a few new berries and some additional mechanics, but the biggest part of this update by far is the inclusion of more than 80 brand new Pokémon.

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It is hard to deny that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the most highly anticipated video games in history. It is the most ambitious game that Nintendo has ever worked on, and the flagship launch title for the company’s new console, the Nintendo Switch.

Despite the fact that Breath of the Wild looks great, Nintendo’s marketing decisions surrounding it have been less than stellar from the start. The game has been delayed several times, and although one could argue that these delays were a good decision overall, it’s undeniable that they were received negatively by fans who expected to play the game by the end of 2015. Many of the trailers have been less than stellar (in fact, the second time we ever got to see the game, it was shown off through poor-quality off-screen gameplay footage). Now, a little over two weeks before the game’s launch, Nintendo announced that it’s releasing DLC for Breath of the Wild, a first for the Zelda series; although this might seem like good news at first, Nintendo’s poor timing and out-of-touch announcement have unsurprisingly alienated loads of fans.

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Nintendo director Shinya Takahashi and Switch producer Yoshiaki Koizumi recently sat down with TIME to discuss the Switch. One of the most interesting things to come from this interview was the idea that the Switch could be subject to hardware upgrades in the future, similar to the Xbox One S and the PlayStation 4 Pro. In addition to this, Takahashi discussed the ability to remove the Joy-Cons and hinted that they could be replaced with something else.

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Anyone with a Switch will be able to try out demo Splatoon 2 during a "Global Testfire" event in March. At specific times on March 24-26th, players will be able to test out new weapons, play new maps, and overall get a taste of what the full game will be like. Nintendo has also confirmed that Spectator Mode will be added to Splatoon 2, allowing two non-players the ability to spectate a private match, which Nintendo suspects will be ideal for live-streaming matches. In addition to local wireless, the ability to host games over LAN will also be added in Splatoon 2, which should make for much easier tournament and LAN party setups.

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We're about two and a half weeks from the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and some awesome news is still trickling out about the hotly anticipated title. With its huge open world, Breath of the Wild promises to be the biggest Zelda to date, but the fun won't stop with the retail release. Producer Eiji Aonuma revealed earlier today that an expansion pass will be available for purchase at launch. This pass will cost $19.99 and grants access to two content packs later in the year, along with a few treasure chests available immediately.

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