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Nintendo of America has announced the voice actor for Abraham Lincoln in Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.

In a recent tweet, Nintendo announced that Wil Wheaton is lending his vocal talents to the upcoming game; previously, Wheaton has lent his voice to the Grand Theft Auto games, Fallout: New Vegas, DC Universe Online, and other titles. He is also known for his roles in the TV shows Star Trek: The Next Generation and The Big Bang Theory.

According to a South African retailer, we may see another series of Amiibo launch in May.

The retailer, Raru, currently has preorder listings for "Amiibo - Splatoon Boy," "Amiibo - Splatoon Girl," and "Splatoon plus Amiibo Squid"; this suggests that there will be three Splatoon Amiibo (a male and female character, and a squid Amiibo). It also seems that the squid Amiibo will be exclusive to a bundle with the game, similar to the Mario Party Mario Amiibo; the retailer also has listings for the Greninja and Jigglypuff Smash Bros. Amiibo for a May release.

The Song of Seven, an upcoming third-person adventure/puzzle game from developer Enlightened Games, received a teaser trailer last month that highlights the progress that has been made with the game since the release of its alpha trailer a few months ago. Make the jump to check out The Song of Seven's latest trailer. 

Monolith Soft has live streamed another presentation on their upcoming open-world RPG Xenoblade Chronicles X. The new footage focuses on the game's battle system, which is an evolution of that found in the original Xenoblade Chronicles.

Watch the video and read about the battle system inside.

Two days ago, a special edition PlayStation 4 themed after Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was revealed, and earlier today we got an up-close look at it in a new video. If you're craving this beauty of a console and you're crushed that it's only being released in Japan, we've may have some good news! Hideo Kojima has revealed that the special edition system may be released outside of Japan. It all depends on whether or not there's enough demand for the system, so if you want to see it come to your country, raise your voice!

About a month ago we heard rumors that a live-action Legend of Zelda movie is in the works for Netflix, but there's been no official comment from Netflix or Nintendo, and it could be awhile before such a project is ever finished. In the meantime, some dedicated fans are working on a live-action Zelda of their own, recreating the final battle between Link and Ganon in Ocarina of Time. A trailer has been released, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Two days ago we got the exciting, unexpected announcement of an impressive red and black PlayStation 4 themed after Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The color scheme of red (or "Bionic Red" as Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima calls it) and black is inspired by Snake's bionic arm, while the controller matches his gun. Today we get an up close look at this beauty thanks to a segment on Kojima Station. Click below to check it out!

The European Branch of Sony Computer Entertainment branch isn't done promoting The Order: 1886 yet, as they revealed a brand new trailer earlier today. Although the game has been released for almost two weeks in North America, the trailer features some of the greatest aspects of the game, from incredible cinematics and graphics as well as great voice acting. Click the jump to view the newest trailer! 

Back when StarTropics first released, it was one of the most ambitious games of its time, and its famous soundtrack was a huge part of that. As YouTuber Brad Smith recently found out after some lurking through the game's files, it turns out that the game's music was much too big for the file limitations of the NES, and as a result, a big part of the soundtrack was completely broken when the game was first distributed. 

Follow after the jump to listen to the songs correctly for the first time in 25 years!

Nintendo has famously relied on its first-party titles to get them to where they are today. When comparing numbers with the original Wii, third-party support for the Wii U has been difficult. In a recent interview with Engadget, Nintendo's Senior Manager of Licensing, Damon Baker, discusses numerous topics including developer/publisher relationships and exclusive features, among other things. Baker says that the indie community is becoming more visible due to the amount of talent coming out of it.

Read more after the jump!