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E3 has come and gone, but a few E3 trailers are still trickling out after the fact. This includes World War Toons, a clever war game fueled by slapstick fun and an interesting class mechanic. If you pick up a weapon, you transform into its associated class! World War Toons is designed for virtual reality platforms (like Morpheus), but also for regular platforms. You can check out the game's first trailer by clicking below!

Back in February, Nintendo released Pokémon Shuffle, a free-to-play puzzle game for the 3DS; now, this game is set to release on mobile platforms soon.

In a recent video on the official Pokémon YouTube channel, The Pokémon Company announced that Pokémon Shuffle will be releasing on mobile devices as a free download; the game will be available on both iOS and Android. Head inside to check out a trailer for the game!

Fans of Playtonic (Rare) with Owlstice Games have created a fan-made 2D platformer based off of Yooka-Laylee called Tooka-Laydee. The charming trailer inside explains the premise as Playtonic Games accidentally orders £2,000,000 worth of Tetley tea bags and they have to make a few cut-backs to Yooka-Laylee. You can play the game here on Kongregate.

Trailer after the jump!

Yoshi's Woolly World is available for purchase today in the UK, along with those adorable yarn Yoshi Amiibo. To commemorate the occasion, a commercial has been made showing snippets of gameplay that will make your heart melt.

Head past the jump to check it out!

The newest update for Project M, a fan-developed mod for Super Smash Bros. Brawl that aims to make the game more competitively viable, has now been released. Project M 3.6 Beta is now available for download on the official site's download page. In the post announcing the update's release, it was explained that this release was labeled as a beta to avoid changing the version number after any remaining bugs were found by players and patched out. The newest update brings with it new character skins, music and sound effects, stages, and a variety of changes to character balance and miscellaneous features.

The announcement was accompanied by a release trailer, which you can check out after the jump!

Yoshi's Woolly World is out in Japan next month, and even sooner in Europe and Australia. North American gamers will have to wait until October. However, while you wait, you can see just how far Yoshi has come over the years. Nintendo has released a new trailer for Woolly World that recaps the history of the Yoshi video games and the features that have been added in over time. You can check it out by clicking below!

While Shenmue fans are still recovering from the huge announcement during Sony's E3 conference, the creator of Shenmue has a few more announcements up his sleeve. During an AMA on Reddit, Shenmue's creator Yu Suzuki said that he would like to complete the whole story, which would go farther than Shenmue III. According to Suzuki:

"There are a total of 11 chapters that make up the whole story. Over the past 14 years I originally planned for there to four or five games to the series. If at all possible, I would still like to realize the full story of 11 chapters." — Yu Suzuki

Read more after the jump!

Ocarina of Time is one of the most well-known games of all time, and Nintendo followed it up with an altered, more challenging version called Master Quest. A group of fans is looking to take things a step further with a new Ocarina of Time mod called Project Third Quest. This project has been in the works for two years, and although it draws from Ocarina of Time, it features a redesigned Hyrule and a new story. You can check out a trailer by clicking below!

Evolve fans rejoice! 2K Games just announced that the multiplayer FPS will be receiving a second Season Pass beginning next week. Evolve's second season will include four new Hunters and one new monster, all of which are slated for release between now and March 31st, 2016.

Head inside for more info!

Fan favourite characters Naruto and Sasuke made an appearance in the new trailer for Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. The trailer shows off some fighting and moves the show is known for, and perfectly brings the style of the anime to the world of video games. Signature moves and sayings are all shown in the newest trailer, which you can check out past the jump!

A new super short teaser for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End was released by Sony shortly after their E3 2015 press conference. Sweeping landscapes, a high speed car case, and more footage featuring the rather mysterious Sam is all featured in the teaser. More of the car chase segment that was featured in the game play revealed at their conference was also shown off, and it seems that Nate eventually reaches his goal and meets up with Sam. Even though we have only seen a relatively small portion of Uncharted 4, so far it looks to be one of the greatest games Naughty Dog has developed.

You can check out the trailer past the jump!

LEGO really is thinking with portals in the latest trailer for the upcoming LEGO Dimensions. The new trailer features Portal series fan-favorite GLADOS in complete LEGO form, leading a small group of LEGO characters through the Aperture Science Enrichment Center test facilities. 

Hit the jump to check out the trailer.

Blizzard released a short pre-rendered teaser for their upcoming expansion to StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void, introduced as Whispers of Oblivion. The expansion is a series of three prologue missions that are meant to help introduce new players to Legacy of the Void and will be free to all players, regardless of whether or not you have previously purchased Starcraft II before. The beta for Whispers of Oblivion will begin in July of this year.

Is this a good method for drawing in new players to Starcraft? Are there any veteran players out there looking to try out the new expansion? Check out the brief teaser after the jump and let us know!

Brian Hicks, the lead producer of DayZ, explained a lot about wanting the gaming community to be able to mod, as well as plans to fully embrace Steam Workshop today at the PC Gaming Show. DayZ has been in Early Access for a year and half so far, with hopes to release a feature-complete beta later this year.

During the PC Gaming Show, many games were shown off. One huge announcement that came from this was the official announcement that No Man's Sky will be making its way to PC.

Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray announced that the game will simultaneously release on the PC and PlayStation 4. The development team for the game has been miniscule, only having about ten people. The team uses bots to test the procedurally generated gameplay. You can check out No Man's Sky running on the PC in the trailer after the jump!