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It looks like all those hours at the gym have finally paid off for our favorite red plumber. In the latest trailer for the upcoming Super Mario Maker, Mario hits a block and grabs a Luigi Mushroom, transforming the pudgy plumber into a leaner and taller version of himself. In previous trailers, the skinny mushroom transformed Mario into a much shorter version than the monstrosity we now have before us. On top of the extreme makeover that Mario receives, the skinny mushroom also adds 1,000 points to your score total.

You can watch the transformation unfold after the jump!

From the first few trailers of Final Fantasy Explorers, many fans of the series couldn't wait to get the handheld title. The game released in Japan a little while ago, but we were left in the dark as to when, or if, the game would be localized for other regions. These questions have been answered in Square Enix's English trailer for the game.

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Wii U launched with a survival-horror game from Ubisoft called ZombiU, but the game wasn't profitable and plans for a sequel were scrapped. We've been hearing rumblings that ZombiU would resurface on other platforms, and today we have confirmation. Re-titled simply as Zombi, Ubisoft's terrifying game is set to launch digitally on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on August 18th. It will feature updated visuals from the original, but we're not sure how the gameplay will be reworked to make up for the lack of a GamePad. You can check out the first trailer for Zombi by clicking below!

If you were still on the fence about purchasing the next installment in the WWE 2K franchise, you may want to give this trailer a look, which shows us a pretty amazing reenactment of the bar scene from Terminator 2. The trailer begins with Arnold Schwarzenegger analyzing the area before asking Dean Ambrose to give him his clothes, boots, and motorcycle. At the end of the trailer, it tells the viewer that you could play as the Terminator when you pre-order WWE 2K16.

Check out the awesome trailer after the jump!

Felipe Ribeiro Daneluz has made quite the name for himself inside and outside of the Sonic community. Going by the handle "LakeFeperd", Daneluz crafted a number of fan games for the online annual Sonic Amateur Games Expo over the past few years, with interquel titles Sonic: Before the Sequel and Sonic: After the Sequel bridging together the stories of the original 2D Sonic the Hedgehog titles and becoming well-publicized hits.

This time, however, Daneluz has foregone "fan" game development in hopes of launching his first original IP, dubbed Spark the Electric Jester, and has taken to Kickstarter to make it a reality. Read on after the jump for more details on his upcoming game and the trailer!

At their recent Dragon Quest press conference, Square Enix formally announced Dragon Quest XI: The Search for a Bygone Time, which had its logo leaked yesterday, for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS. The two versions of the game will share the same story, but for obvious reasons they will have substantial visual differences.

Head past the jump for more info and the announcement teaser trailer!

With the upcoming release of Super Mario Maker, it's only natural that Nintendo would start releasing more trailers to hype up the game. Well, their newest trailer is definitely doing the job, presenting a more nostalgic tone for the game. By going through each of the series' famous generations and then changing them up at the end, the trailer does a good job of showing off how you can take these classic levels and spin them around.

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Devil's Third was announced to the public way back in 2010 as a last-gen title, but complications on both the development and publishing fronts led to multiple delays and changes over the years, and many thought the game was doomed to slip through the cracks. Creator Tomonobu Itagaki never gave up, and Devil's Third will finally be releasing on Wii U later this year. Itagaki recently released an "interview trailer" in which he discusses the game while footage is shown, and it's been given English subtitles. You can check it out by clicking below!

Seems like a lot of people are ready to reunite with Marcus Fenix and his crew. Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is set to release August 25 in North America and August 28 everywhere else – but it has already gone gold, and a new trailer has been dropped to feed the hype even more. Two versions of the game are available for pre-load now as well: Standard Edition and Deluxe.

Trailer and description of the different editions after the jump!

Recently, Nintendo released a new trailer for Splatoon in Japan that shows off a ton of new content (some of which was previously revealed by a data miner). To start, the trailer showed off two new weapons that are unlike anything else in the game: a gatling gun and a paint bucket. Then, we got a look at a pair of brand new stages based on an apartment complex and a bridge. Finally, the trailer shows off Splatoon's new Rainmaker mode; we got our first look at the Rainmaker item, which will double as a weapon by firing ink tornadoes at unsuspecting opponents. To check out the trailer for yourself, hit the jump!

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 follows its predecessor in giving fans a Resident Evil experience with more of the classic survival-horror elements of the past. The episodic adventure began releasing on some platforms back in February, but the promised Vita version was nowhere to be seen. Thankfully, Capcom and Sony have announced today that Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will hit Vita on August 18th. The announcement came alongside a new trailer for the game, which you can check out by clicking below!

Millions of Nintendo fans around the world have been enjoying Super Mario Bros. for 30 years now, and Nintendo is celebrating with Super Mario Maker. The upcoming Wii U game allows players to choose assets from four different games in order to build, play, and share custom Super Mario Bros. levels. Super Mario Maker launches on September 11th, and Nintendo has released a "coming soon" trailer to keep people hyped. You can click below to check it out!

Rare may have declined in popularity in recent years, but they have a rich past full of celebrated video game classics. In celebration of the company's 30th anniversary, they're releasing Rare Replay, a collection over 30 hit Rare games all in one place on Xbox One. Today, Rare released a nostalgia-fueled sing-a-long video that serves as the opening cinematic of the game. You can check it out by clicking below!

Since its release, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has been continuously growing. We've seen the addition of two solo adventures, an expansion set, and new heroes within the year and a half since its launch. Now it has been announced that a brand new expansion set will be heading our way this August.

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It may not be the release date that most Persona fans want, but earlier today, Atlus USA revealed that Persona 4: Dancing All Night will be hitting North America on September 29 for the PlayStation Vita. In addition to the standard edition of the game, Atlus is launching a special Disco Fever edition for $80, which includes a two-disc soundtrack, DLC costumes, a downloadable song, a Teddie keychain, and a Vita skin and pouch. Persona 4: Dancing All Night focuses on the Investigation Team as they search for the missing members of Kanamin Kitchen.

You can check out some new trailers after the jump. Will you be picking this up?