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Capcom has been building hype for Monster Hunter Stories for a long time now, and the wait is almost over. The upcoming 3DS exclusive, which features more traditional RPG elements and colorful, toon-style visuals, is set to launch in Japan on October 8th. We're still waiting on confirmation of a Western release (please?), but in the meantime, Capcom has just released the game's exciting and beautiful opening cinematic. You can feast your eyes by clicking below!

The incredibly popular and beloved Pokémon franchise turned twenty years old in February, and The Pokémon Company is celebrating all year long in various ways. As part of the festivities, Nintendo and The Pokémon Company have been distributing mythical, legendary, and event-only Pokémon to players of sixth generation Pokémon games each month. October's distribution Pokémon is Keldeo, and it's available starting tomorrow! Hit the jump for all the details.

Back in July, Nintendo revealed that they're releasing a miniature plug and play NES loaded with 30 classic games. The NES Classic Edition launches on November 11th for $59.99, helping you relive your childhood or experience some retro goodness for the first time. If you're not sold on the upcoming throwback console yet, Nintendo UK has released a lengthy "Blast from the Past" commercial highlighting its features and lineup of games. You can check it out by clicking below!

Back in July, Nintendo revealed that they're launching a retro plug and play console called NES Classic Edition. This throwback console is a miniature replica of the original NES, and it comes packed with 30 classic games. Today, Nintendo announced that Japan is getting an even more retro console for the holidays.

The classic Family Computer system (which served as the basis for the NES in the West) will see new life as the "Nintendo Classic Mini: Famicom" in Japan. Like the NES Classic Edition, it's a plug and play console that comes loaded with 30 games, but the lineups vary between the two different versions. Hit the jump to check out the announcement trailer and list of games!

The popular Paper Mario series makes its Wii U debut (and its HD debut) with Paper Mario: Color Splash on October 7th. Lots of footage of the game is already available online thanks to the fact that Nintendo accidentally released the game two weeks early on eShop, but if you'd rather stick to viewing officially released footage of the game, Nintendo has just released two new TV commercials for the game. You can check them out by clicking below!

We are currently in the throes of September this week, with only a mere two days left until the Autumnal month of October rears its leaf-ridden head. Much like every month of the year, the beginning of October means there is a brand new list of free games for PlayStation Plus members to get their hands on. Considering the limited selection of recent months, October may prove to be the most exciting month we have seen in a while.

Make the jump for more information and a trailer!

Freedom Fighters, the fifth episode of the newest Hitman game, officially launched yesterday along with a brand new trailer. This episode, originally announced earlier this month, sets you as Agent 47 against four deadly targets that will require all of your skills to take down. Thankfully the trailer shows off some fantastic new takedowns that Agent 47 can perform.

Hit the jump to see the trailer!

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice launched in the US yesterday (you can check out our review of it here), and the 3DS exclusive is headed to Europe in two days. Ahead of the European release, Nintendo UK has uploaded an early launch trailer, showing off a variety of levels, the new fire and ice mechanics, a host of playable characters (each with their own unique abilities), mini-games, and more. You can check out all of the action by clicking below!

Rocket League will be getting yet another free piece of DLC, dubbed the "Aquadome." This new map takes place underwater surrounded by sharks, jellyfish, and all sorts of marine life. In addition to the free new map, two new cars will also be available for purchase at $2 when the DLC launches in October. These include the sleek, marine-themed "Triton" and the underwater, rover-esque "Proteus."

If you want to check out the new map and vehicles, make the jump to watch the trailer!

EA is going to take players back in time to the era of the first World War in Battlefield 1. Tons of footage have been revealed from the game's multiplayer mode, and the developers have even released a beta where players could experience it for the first time. To build hype even further, EA has now uploaded a new trailer for the single-player campaign for Battlefield 1. This new look at the game is filled with drama and action, and you can watch it after the jump!

Dragon Quest Builders blends the block-building fun of games like Minecraft with the RPG world of Dragon Quest for a new experience that's been a big hit in Japan. Square Enix is bringing the popular game to North America on October 11th, but you don't have to wait that long to try it out for yourself. A demo for the game has just been released on the PlayStation Store for both PlayStation 4 and Vita, so you can give it a shot before opening up your wallet. Sony also released a brand new trailer for the game today, and you can check it out by clicking below!

After the last Nintendo Direct, New Play Control! Pikmin, the re-release of Pikmin that came out for the Wii almost eight years ago, launched on the Wii U eShop in Europe. Nintendo promised that the game would be coming to North America shortly after, but they didn't announce an exact date at the time. Yesterday, the company released a new trailer for the eShop version of New Play Control! Pikmin, which revealed that the game is coming to North America in less than two days, on Thursday, September 29th. The game will only cost $19.99.

Catch the trailer after the jump!

Indie developer Thunder Lotus Games made their mark in the industry with Jotun (an action-RPG set in the realm of Norse Mythology) last year, and they've just announced their next project. Sundered is "a horrifying fight for survival and sanity" that blends action and horror together into an exploration-fueled Metroidvania experience. The upcoming game (set to launch next year on PlayStation 4 and PC) also features a beautiful, hand-drawn art style and multiple endings. You can check out the first trailer, screenshots, and details by clicking below!

Last week at Tokyo Game Show, Capcom revealed that they were working on a sequel to The Great Ace Attorney. While the game hasn't been confirmed to release in the West, much like its predecessor, that hasn't stopped fans from translating the reveal trailer. You can check out the new translated reveal trailer after the jump!

Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee is scheduled to release early next year, reviving the 3D platformer genre for a new generation, and developer Playtonic Games has just announced an exciting collaboration. Shovel Knight, the titular star of one of the most popular indie games in years, will make a guest appearance in Yooka-Laylee as a non-playable character. Playtonic Games released a new trailer for Yooka-Laylee at EGX, showcasing the game's colorful cast of quirky characters, including Shovel Knight himself. You can check out the trailer by clicking below!