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Edmund McMillen and Tyler Glaiel, the creators behind The Binding of Isaac and Super Meat Boy, have revealed their new indie title: The End Is Nigh! Debuting in the genre of adventure platformer, The End Is Nigh is set to launch on Steam on July 12th. The team is also planning to release the game for Nintendo Switch and "possibly [other] consoles" at a later date.

Jump into the abyss for trailers, features, and quotes from the developer.

The second official day of E3 has come and gone, and with it a trio of showcases that held a veritable wealth of gaming news and reveals. From the PC Gaming Show's Age of Empire: Definitive Edition to Sony's Spider-Man to the long-awaited reveal of Beyond Good and Evil 2 at Ubisoft's conference, there was plenty that happened today to get excited about! Of course, with all that news, it becomes easy to overlook something, so we've compiled all of our posts on the day's events right here. Check it all out after the jump!

Before today's Sony E3 conference even began, it was announced that the famous retro-style RPG Undertale will be coming to both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The game will also be available in a standard physical edition (for PC as well) that comes with a paperback storybook, courtesy of Undertale artist Temmie Chang.

Read more after the jump!

It's that time of the year again: E3. As always, the Electronic Entertainment Expo has brought with it tons of news already, with three press conferences (technically two, but we all know EA's part of this too) having divulged tons of new reveals and trailers in just the past two days. We know it's hard to keep track of all the news that's been coming out, so we've gathered together every last story and compiled them into this one post for all of our convenience.

Check out anything you might have missed after the jump!

The Microsoft E3 conference has finished up, but there was a ton to see there. All-in-all, the team behind Xbox showed a total of 42 different titles, some of them being major reveals and others showing off mere glimpses at the titles we'll soon be playing. While we managed to cover the majority of our favorites and the biggest news to come out of the conference, however, there's still plenty left over, and that's where this post comes in.

If you want to take a gander at all the games from Microsoft's press conference, make the jump!

The time is upon us yet again, everyone: E3 2017 is just about here. Just like last year, Electronic Arts is getting ahead of the crowd with its own event, EA Play (which technically isn't a part of E3, but c'mon, we all know it is), and they'll be kicking it off with the usual press conference today at 12:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM ET. We can expect a ton of news on games like Star Wars Battlefront II, Need for Speed, FIFA, Madden, and Battlefield 1, no doubt accompanied by plenty of other surprises.

Head inside to catch the livestream of the event!

It's been five months since Gamnesia's podcast crew got together to talk Nintendo, and with E3 fast approaching, we couldn't wait any longer. Join Alex, Ben, and Colin for a long-awaited new episode of the Nintendo Week Podcast, as we catch up on everything we've missed from Switch, 3DS, and more. After the break, Alex and I sit down to discuss our predictions for Nintendo at E3 2017.

You can check out all this and tons more in the episode after the jump—or if you'd like to save it to listen later, you can check the latest episode out on iTunes, available now.

Playtonic Games may be skipping out on E3 this year, but that does not mean they do not have news to share. Not only is progress significant enough on the Nintendo Switch version of Yooka-Laylee that the developers were able to show it off on the device, but there are loads of changes coming in an update that should make all versions of the game more enjoyable.

Make the jump to learn all about Playtonic's latest update for Yooka-Laylee!

The Metroidvania indie hit Axiom Verge has seen a lot of success both critically and commercially over the past couple years, so it makes a lot of sense that the game is getting a retail release to celebrate its impact. Previously planned for launch on Wii U, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita, today it was also confirmed that Axiom Verge: Multiverse Edition will be coming to Nintendo Switch as soon as August 2017.

Make the jump to find out more details for this ultimate edition of a beloved retro-inspired title!

Alongside new Zones, Sonic Mania is set to host a variety of reimagined classics from the Blue Blur's earliest adventures. Three of these remixed stages have already been confirmed—Green Hill from Sonic 1, an obvious choice; Flying Battery from Sonic & Knuckles, revealed at SXSW 2017; Stardust Speedway from Sonic CD, as seen in the preorder trailer—and now it's time to add the labyrinthine Chemical Plant from Sonic 2 to the lineup.

This won't be the same Chemical Plant Zone classic fans remember, however. Just as Act 1 eases players back into old territory, Act 2 will upend familiarity completely with new hazards and stage gimmicks. See for yourself in the brand new footage after the jump!

Over a year will have passed since its surprise unveiling at the 25th anniversary party, when SEGA proudly presented a brand new Sonic adventure made by classic fans, for classic fans. Despite the delay to Summer, the development team at PagodaWest Games has been working hard to deliver a great game for the season, and with the leaked release date now proven to be real, the wait is almost over.

Time to mark your calendars, for August 15th is the day Sonic Mania finally launches on modern consoles.

Check out the animated preorder trailer after the jump!

A brand new mash-up pack is on its way to console and Windows 10 versions of Minecraft, featuring none other than the popular cartoon starring Jake the Dog and Finn the Human: Adventure Time. Developer Mojang released a new trailer recently, announcing the pack that has a lot of fans of the show and its games excited.

Take a dive into the Land of Ooo and read more!

In order to play Super Mario Bros., one does not have to think like an Italian plumber. The player does not have to think like a blue cartoon forest critter to speed through levels in Sonic the Hedgehog. But to play Snake Pass, you absolutely have to "think like a snake."

At least in terms of movement, every action on behalf of playable snake Noodle feels unlike anything ever before felt in platformers and adventure games. In terms of control, Snake Pass is one of the most original games in concept and execution. But does premise hold up to promise?

Read on to find out!

More than just PC players and Switch owners can now get their Shovel Knight fix this month! For owners of the original Shovel Knight on platforms other than the Nintendo Switch, the latest, free DLC story expansion: Specter of Torment, in which players can finally control the scythe-wielding Specter Knight, is coming out soon.

Make the jump to find a release date to look forward to!

Gamers interested in Yooka-Laylee were reasonably concerned when they saw critics give mostly average to mediocre scores for the retro revival title and 3D platformer from Playtonic Games. Many review outlets expressed that the biggest flaws with the game were its poor performance and sometimes erratic framerates, but now it looks like Playtonic is already addressing those concerns. Even before its commercial release, the developer has applied a patch to their game that should largely fix performances issues ranging from slowdown to poor camera controls.

Head inside for more details!