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Monster Hunter 4 has been a phenomenal success in Japan, breaking sales records and establishing itself as the highest-selling game in franchise history, as well as one of the highest-selling 3DS games in Japan. Like several of the games before it, Monster Hunter 4 will be receiving an Ultimate version later this year in Japan, and that version will then be released globally next year.

As a nod to Nintendo, Monster Hunter 4 features Zelda equipment like the Master Sword and Hylian Shield. Capcom has now confirmed that these items will be in the Ultimate version, which means Western gamers will be able to unlock them as well. Capcom also teased that there would be more special items, but we'll have to wait until the game launches to find out what they are. You can catch the Link's Equipment Trailer by hitting the jump!

Bravely Default, a charming RPG released on 3DS by Square Enix, has just topped one million total sales worldwide.The game originally launched in Japan in 2012 and would later be re-released as the new and improved "Bravely Default: For the Sequel." It was met with a solid critical reception and sold well enough to receive a global release, with the Western versions being based on For the Sequel. A sequel, dubbed "Bravely Second," was officially announced in 2013 and is believed to have been in development since 2012.

Recently, the folks over at VG Tribune had the chance to sit down with Jeron Moore and Chad Seiter, who are co-creators of the upcoming Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions concert series.

During the interview, the duo stated that future dates and venues for the concert series are dependent upon the success of the first two shows in Washington D.C. and Philadelphia; they did state, however, that there are currently additional cities that are interested in hosting a concert.

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In today's Miiverse pic of the day, Sakurai announced that Takamaru will be an assist trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U; he could also potentially be an assist trophy in the 3DS version of the game.

Sakurai comments that he debuted in the same year (1986) as Link, Samus, and Pit. From the screenshot, we can see that Takumaru uses what Sakurai calls a "Multidirectional Pinwheel Knife Rook Attack" to damage players.

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Welcome to the first edition of the Gamnesia Weekly Recap! Here at Gamnesia we do our best to provide you with around the clock video game news coverage and exclusive content, but we know you probably didn't catch every single reveal. As such, we'll be doing a Weekly Recap every Sunday from now on, bringing you highlights of the big news out of Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, and more!

This week was full of news thanks to San Diego Comic-Con 2014. We've got the scoop on Nintendo's latest reveals for Super Smash Bros. and Hyrule Warriors, Sony's movie announcements, and much more! Hit the jump to catch all of this, as well as some Gamnesia exclusive editorials.

San Diego Comic-Con 2014 is headed into the final stretch, and Nintendo was along for the ride, live streaming for two days as they did during E3 last month. The Nintendo Treehouse gang participated in a number of Nintendo-related challenges (including tough games like Zelda II: Adventure of Link), and gamers competed in both Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U. Even newly released indie game Shovel Knight makes an appearance as a challenge game. You can catch all the Nintendo action by hitting the jump and checking out Nintendo's San Diego Comic-Con challenge videos!

Just in time for the insanity of Comic-Con, WB Games and Traveller's Tales have revealed a new trailer for the upcoming LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. After featuring Superman in the last entry in the series, LEGO Batman 2 teased its audience with the appearance of Justice League members in some ending cutscenes. Now, the whole team is together and ready to fight crime. You could say it's... building up to a... dawn of justice. I got a LEGO pun and a reference in that sentence. You're welcome.

Turn away from that leaked trailer of the upcoming DC Comics film and watch your heroes fight in plastic form. Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, and Cyborg are all after the jump.

Yesterday, we got a look at our sixth preview for the upcoming concert tour Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions.

The preview, presented by the folks over at TheNationalDex on YouTube, features the opening music from Pokémon Diamond and Pearl; this musical selection plays during the opening sequence, when Professor Rowan introduces you to the Sinnoh region. This preview sounds great, even though it is only a synthesized mock-up; the real deal is likely to be even more heart-wrenching.

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Today, YouTube user ChuggaConroy shared another preview piece from the upcoming concert series Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions.

The fifth piece (click the links to check out the first, second and third, and fourth previews) features the Route 113 theme from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire and their remakes. In Hoenn, Route 113 is a northern route that is covered in volcanic ash, and it has one of the best themes in the game. This orchestral version sounds even better, and it'll sound even better than this live.

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Popular cartoon show Adventure Time is set to launch its third video game adventure this Fall, and we received a brand new trailer for the game at San Diego Comic-Con 2014. Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom is a top-down action adventure game (even the genre has to have "adventure" in its title!) that draws inspiration from Zelda classic A Link to the Past. You can catch a sneak peak at Jake the dog and Finn the human in their latest game by hitting the jump and watching the trailer.