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We've recently been hearing a lot about the features that amiibo will bring to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Everything from how they are used to the fact that they have "personalities" has been revealed by Nintendo. Now, with the official announcement of 8-Player Smash, there is a brand new trailer showcasing the use of amiibo in that game mode.

Head inside to see the trailer!

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is already out, so we know the full character roster, but Smash director Masahiro Sakurai is still hooking us up with reveal trailers for characters that are new to the series. Since Bowser Jr. wasn't given an official reveal trailer before the handheld game launched, that was rectified during today's Nintendo Direct. You can check out the awesome trailer for Bowser Jr. (and his Koopaling alternates!) by clicking below!

Shin'en Multimedia has worked exclusively with Nintendo since their inception in 1999, but for the first time ever they're venturing into new territory. Nano Assault Neo was a successful eShop title on Wii U, and now it's being remade with improved graphics (including a resolution of 1080p) for PlayStation 4. You can check out the first trailer for the new and improved Nano Assault Neo-X by clicking below!

Can you believe that Naughty Dog has been around for 30 years now? The popular studio may now be known as the Sony-owned developer in charge of games like Uncharted and The Last of Us, but their history stretched back decades before those days. Originally called "Jam Software," the studio developed games for Sega Genesis and even 3D0 before hitting it big with Crash Bandicoot on PlayStation, and eventually joining the PlayStation family as first-party studio. A documentary celebrating 30 years of Naughty Dog is currently in the works, and you can check out a promo video by clicking below!

Sunset Overdrive is one of the most anticipated Xbox One titles since Destiny. Developed by Insomniac Games, best known for the Ratchet and Clank franchise, Sunset Overdrive is about an energy drink that turns consumers into monsters. Since the game comes out on October 28, Microsoft has released the official launch trailer. Featuring character customization, cool respawn animations, and insane weapons, Sunset Overdrive looks to be one heck of a good time. Head inside to see what the hype is about!

Shantae and the Pirate's Curse, the latest chapter in the popular series by indie team WayForward Technologies, launches on the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops in two days, but we're getting a good taste of the action early! The game's launch trailer is out today, and twelve minutes of gameplay footage has also been uploaded. Check it out by clicking below!

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS launched on October 3, but Nintendo's marketing push is still going strong. In a new commercial aptly dubbed "A Link to the Smash" (a play on the Zelda game A Link to the Past) Nintendo interviews Zelda fans at a gaming convention to find out what they love about Smash. Check it out by clicking below!

We're exactly one month away from the launch of Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, and the hype is building! One of the new features in the remade games is the Soaring ability. By obtaining either Latios or Latias (each of the two is exclusive to one of the games), you can fly all around the region for faster travel and to find new places to explore, including Mirage Spots in the sky containing legendary Pokémon. This ability, along with other features, is showcased in the latest trailer. Check it out by clicking below!

Well, it's been a busy week for Nintendo. Between Smash Bros. amiibos and multiple announcements for Pokémon: Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it's a wonder we've managed to stuff it all into one video. 

This week, Colin talks about the new  Captain Toad trailer, the stage builder mode for Smash Bros., Pokémon leaks, 3DS sales in the U.S., and Donkey Kong Country's return on virtual consoles. Let us know what you think about the week's happenings in the comments below!

So, you know how launch trailers usually come out at the time of a game's actual release date? Yeah, well Activision apparently isn't having any of that, as the launch day trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been released two weeks ahead the game's Nov. 4 launch date.

As one might expect, the trailer is packed full of military grade weapons, Kevin Spacey, and enough testosterone to make a Jean Claude Van Damme film feel like child's play. Oh, and Double XP. Never forget Double XP. 

Make the jump to view the trailer in all of its pre-hyped glory.