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Project M is a soft mod for Super Smash Bros. Brawl that brings the feel of Melee to the updated graphics of Brawl. The mod's development team releases a new update for the mod every so often in order to keep the gameplay fresh. They recently released a trailer for the upcoming version 3.6 update that will feature a couple of brand new stages and skins alongside other new features.

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The popular and often controversial fighting series Mortal Kombat is back! Mortal Kombat X launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (as well as an altered version on mobile devices) on April 14, and on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 later this year. With the release date fast approaching, we're being treated to new trailers and character reveals on a regular basis now, and today the first TV commercial for the game launched. It's a slightly different approach to advertising that sees people spreading the word and rushing to catch a street fight between two legendary characters from the series. Click below to check it out!

Over the past few years, modded games have become a big part of the Smash community. Some mods, like Project M, have even come to find a home in the tournament circuit. However, more often than not, Smash mods require some degree of hacking and/or Homebrew. Just recently, a trailer was posted on YouTube showcasing a Melee mod that does not require any hacking, ISOs, or even Homebrew.

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According to Deep Down's development manager, Teruki Miyashita, the team's goal with the game is to create an experience in which players can feel fully immersed. To accomplish this, they are creating intensely realistic graphics along with audio to engage the player. Not only is the online game free, but Miyashita expects it to last for at least 10 years. Head past the jump to access the full interview!

After days of speculation, it has finally been revealed that Liu Kang will be playable in the upcoming Mortal Kombat X. The trailer reveals Liu Kang and Kung Lao being controlled by Shinnok, attacking the Earth's warriors. For those who don't remember, Kung Lao's and Liu Kang's souls fell into the Netherrealm at the end of 2011's Mortal Kombat. The trailer, which is currently exclusive to a Russian news outlet, also shows a brief appearance by Bo' Rai Cho at the beginning of the clip.

You can check out the trailer after the jump!

Xenoblade Chronicles, the critically acclaimed RPG from Monolith Soft, is all set for its handheld debut. Formerly a Wii game, Xenoblade Chronicles 3D will be the first ever exclusive title on New Nintendo 3DS. The port launches on April 2 in Europe and Japan and April 10 in North America, but the official launch trailer has already been released in the UK. You can check it out by clicking below!

The first Borderlands experience on current gen consoles has launched in North America! Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! are both included in the remastered bundle dubbed Borderlands: The Handsome Collection on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Handsome Collection includes all DLC from the two games, as well as enhanced graphics, local multiplayer, and the ability to transfer your save data over from the last gen versions. You can check out the launch trailer by clicking below!

The long wait for Arkham Knight just got a little longer. The fourth and final (or so the plan goes) entry in the popular Batman series was originally slated to launch in 2014, but it was delayed until this year and later penned in for a June 2 release. That date has been pushed back again, and we can now expect the Dark Knight to return on June 23. The game was delayed because Rocksteady is "a developer that hates to make any compromises" and needed more time to avoid that. While you wait, you can check out a new trailer by clicking below!

The recently released Toad Amiibo is the key to unlocking brand-new content in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. Connecting the toy to your game will open up a Where's Waldo-style mini-game that has you searching out a tiny 8-bit "Pixel Toad" within over 60 of the game's levels. You can watch a brief demo clip of the new feature inside.

It's been a long time since we've seen Conker the squirrel in action, but Project Spark players will get to experience a sort of pseudo-sequel soon. As DLC, Project Spark is getting a Conker Builder Pack containing "200 - 300 assets" that will allow them to make their own Conker-inspired game worlds. Additionally, there will be a playable story called Conker's Big Reunion set ten years after Conker's Bad Fur Day. Big Reunion will release episodically, and you can score the first chapter on April 23. Click below to catch the trailer!

Earlier this month, Atari showed off a new trailer for their upcoming RollerCoaster Tycoon World. Many fans like myself were excited to once again experience the thrill of building your own theme park, with the weirdly satisfying happiness of managing finances, only to be crushed by how absolutely atrocious it looked. With gameplay reminiscent of the early 2000's, the trailer caused a lot of disappointment in the community.

Luckily, Atari noticed the outrage from their fans and put together an explanation of what they showed us, with some handy information, including the fact that the game hadn't even hit its alpha stage yet. Head inside to see what they said!

Xenoblade Chronicles is headed to New Nintendo 3DS (exclusive to the new and improved model) on April 2 in Japan and the PAL territories and on April 10 in North America. Nintendo knows that this will be the first time many gamers have played the popular RPG, as the Wii version was in short supply. As such, they'll be holding a special livestream event for the game in Japan, and they've also released a new story trailer. Whether you're new to the series or you just want to see how the game looks on the new hardware, you can check it out by clicking below!

Nintendo is back with another iteration of their popular party/friendship-wrecking series, Mario Party. Mario Party 10, the first HD game in the series and the first entry on Wii U, brings back many features from previous games in the franchise while also adding in new modes. You can play entirely with your Amiibo figurines in Amiibo Party mode or even turn on all of your friends as King Koopa himself in Bowser Party Mode. Mario Party 10 hit stores today, and you can check out the launch trailer by clicking below!

Adventure game Gardenarium recently received a new trailer that shows off the game's vibrant color scheme and trippy visuals. Make the jump to view the trailer.

Kratos is set to make his first appearance on Sony's newest console this summer.

Sony unveiled God of War III Remastered today with a new trailer and a set of screenshots; the title will be launching on PlayStation 4 on July 14th in America, July 15th in Europe, and July 17th in the UK. Sony is currently hoping to get the game running at 60 FPS, and the game's pricing should be similar to The Last of Us Remastered. Head inside to take a look at the trailer and screenshots!