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It's been less than two weeks since we were treated to a Nintendo Direct, but Nintendo is already back with another video presentation. This time the spotlight is shifting away from big AAA games, focusing instead on the little guys. The latest Nindies Showcase will highlight games from independent developers that are heading to the Nintendo Switch eShop this Spring.

Click below to watch the whole thing live right here at Gamnesia!

Koei Tecmo recently launched Dynasty Warriors 9 (to middling reviews), and now they're preparing to bring the Warriors action to the big screen with a live-action film. Dynasty Warriors: Destiny of an Emperor began filming last year, and today we got our first look at the action in the movie's first trailer. As you might expect, the first footage teases massive battles and powerful special attacks.

Hit the jump for your first look!

Bardock died a warrior's death (or just got sent back in time, depending on your canon) when he dared to challenge Frieza, but soon he'll be able to have his revenge. Bardock and Broly are the first two DLC characters slated to hit Dragon Ball FighterZ, with eight planned in total. Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer today, showing off Goku's dad in a grudge match with Frieza, and they also revealed the release date for Bardock and Broly.

Hit the jump to catch all the action and news!

Rare was one of the biggest names in gaming back in the '90s, pumping out hits like Banjo-Kazooie and Conker's Bad Fur Day on Nintendo 64. The once-popular developer has slipped into relative obscurity in the years since their acquisition by Microsoft, but they're ready to make a big splash once again. Their upcoming pirate adventure, Sea of Thieves, launches in just five days, and they've prepared a video to tell you everything you need to know.

Hit the jump to get educated!

Capcom recently announced that Monster Hunter: World is already their highest-selling game ever after just over one month on the market. Over 7 million players have already joined in on the fun, and it's about to get even better. Capcom revealed back in December that Monster Hunter: World would receive an update allowing you to dress your Palico as Mega Man, and today we received more news on that front.

Hit the jump for the full scoop!

The next entry in the long-running Kirby franchise drops in just two days, bringing the series to Nintendo Switch for the first time. Kirby Star Allies allows players to tackle the game alone with computer AI helpers, but the game's real hook is its multiplayer co-op. So how does it stack up against its predecessors? The early reviews are starting to roll in, and it's a bit of a mixed bag.

Hit the jump for a full rundown!

If you've ever wanted to create and run your own Jurassic Park (with considerably less danger than the real thing), then Jurassic World Evolution is the game for you. But you don't have to take my word for it. Instead, why don't you let Jeff Goldblum pitch it to you? Goldblum, who will reprise his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm throughout the game, explains why Jurassic World Evolution gets "ten Goldblums out of a possible ten Goldblums" in the game's newest trailer.

Hit the jump to give it a watch!

This is no ordinary Pikachu! Detective Pikachu is a talking, crime-solving Pokémon with a grumpy attitude. This 3DS Pokémon spin-off hit Japan back in 2016, and it's finally launching in the West in just ten days. The Western release comes with triple the content of the original, and we're also getting a movie adaptation next year. In the meantime, Nintendo has just released the first official North American TV commercial for the game.

You can check it out by clicking below!

Dragon Ball FighterZ launched to critical acclaim earlier this year, and the top-rated Dragon Ball game of all time is only going to get better going forward. Developer Arc System Works is planning eight additional characters as DLC, and last month the first two were revealed as Bardock, father of Goku, and the Legendary Super Saiyan Broly. Publisher Bandai Namco has just released a trailer showcasing Broly's Legendary power ahead of his release.

You can check it out by clicking below!

Among the many indie developers on the EGLX show floor is Oddbird Studio, an Oakville, Ontario-based studio founded by students from Sheridan College's Game Design program. Their claim to fame is with an award-winning arena fighter called Arrow Heads, in which you take control of bow and arrow-toting birds with a control scheme that's easy to use but quickly spirals to insanity.

Hit the jump for my hands-on impressions!

Naughty Dog's Crash Bandicoot made a big comeback last Summer with the launch of the N. Sane Trilogy on PlayStation 4. As we learned during yesterday's Nintendo Direct, this trio of classic PlayStation games is also coming to Nintendo Switch in July, but the fun doesn't stop there. In a new blog post, publisher Activision has revealed that Crash is also headed to Xbox One and PC as well.

Hit the jump to check out a trailer for the multiplatform release!

At tonight's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that Splatoon 2 would be getting another free content update in addition to a paid DLC expansion. The game's version 3.0 update, which will be available in late April, will add a new "Rank X" to the game, which will be higher than the current max rank (S+). The update will also include three new stages (Piranha Pit, Camp Triggerfish, and Wahoo World), as well as over 100 new gear pieces. Additionally, players can now meet Callie in Octo Valley after meeting certain undisclosed conditions.

At this evening's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that a paid expansion would be coming for Splatoon 2 later this year. The expansion will tell the story of Agent 8, an Octoling with amnesia who awakens to find herself in a series of 80 test facilities connected by a subway. After beating the single-player portion of the expansion, players can also play as an Octoling in the game's multiplayer mode! The Octo Expansion releases this summer for $19.99, and you can receive exclusive Octo gear by pre-purchasing starting today!

If you're a Nintendo fan bummed out by the fact that the latest South Park adventure isn't on your console of choice, turn that frown upside down! Tonight's Nintendo Direct confirmed rumors that have been swirling through the industry in recent weeks with the announcement that South Park: The Fractured But Whole is officially coming to Nintendo Switch. You'll be able to get your hands on this irreverent RPG on April 24th.

You can check out the announcement trailer by clicking below!

We've heard rumors for months now that Crash Bandicoot's recently-remastered trilogy of games could find its way to Nintendo's home console, and today we have confirmation. The most recent Nintendo Direct revealed that the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will hit Nintendo Switch on July 10th. One of Nintendo's biggest former rivals will soon be a friend on Nintendo Switch.

You can check out the announcement trailer by clicking below!