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Nearly eight months have passed since its Japanese release, and now, only six more sleeps remain until the highly anticipated Fire Emblem Fates launches in North America. With the game split into separate Birthright and Conquest versions, players will soon have to make a choice between two diverging stories — either their Avatar remains with the royal Nohr family that raised them, or sides with their Hoshido birth family, from which they were separated as a child — all while the two kingdoms are at war with one another.

Luckily, Nintendo aims to make that decision easier with a new Life on the Front Lines trailer, introducing the main cast, the support system, and some of the character classes unique to both sides.

Get to know your Hoshidan and Nohrian families in the trailer after the jump!

Retro City Rampage from Vblank Entertainment was an indie sensation back in 2012, and a sequel is on the way. Announced last year, Shakedown Hawaii is on its way to PlayStation 4, Vita, PC, 3DS, and possibly the upcoming Nintendo NX console, whatever it may be. Vblank has released a few gameplay videos since its announcement, but we haven't seen the game running on 3DS until today. Nintendo has released a new eShop trailer for the upcoming 16-bit adventure, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Project X Zone was a hit on Nintendo 3DS, combining popular characters from Capcom, SEGA, and Bandai Namco for a character-packed crossover tactical RPG. Japanese gamers have been enjoying a sequel since November, and now it's coming to the West. Project X Zone 2 is out in Europe and Australia today, and it hits North America on February 16th. In the meantime, Bandai Namco Entertainment America has released a launch trailer on YouTube. You can watch it and get excited as you count down the days (if you still need to) by clicking below!

It's been nearly a year since we first got word of Kanye West's venture into video games with Only One. Named after his 2014 track featuring Paul McCartney and lyrics based on an imaginary conversation between his young daughter North and late grandmother, Only One will show the ascension of his mother Donda West into heaven. Kanye had famously been very close with his mother until her death in 2007, which led him to record his most polarizing album: 2008's 808s & Heartbreak, which featured a groundbreakingly introspective and vulnerable brand of hip-hop that paved the way for modern contemporaries such as Drake and J. Cole.

Read more after the jump.

Last night we got the exciting news that Pokémon's Kanto starters Charmander, Squirtle, and Bulbasaur are now available in Wii U hit Super Mario Maker as costumes. Nintendo has released a new Event Course titled "I Choose You" that lets players emulate the experience of choosing their first Pokémon inside a Mario level, and you'll have to beat it three different ways to unlock all three costumes. To hype up this crossover course, Nintendo has released a trailer that shows off all three costumes in action in a different level. You can check it out by clicking below!

Need for Speed was released for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but soon it will be coming to PC too. EA has released a new trailer for the PC reveal which you can check out inside. The PC version will feature wheel support and manual transition, which are not currently on the other versions but will be making its way there soon. The game is releasing in North America on March 15th and March 17th in Europe. However, if you are an Origin Access member, you can get access to the game a bit earlier on March 10th.

Head inside to check out the trailer!

Following months of rumors, Nintendo finally announced that they would be re-releasing The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess in HD on Wii U. The game features improved visuals and load times, but it's also got some new features, mostly thanks to the Wii U GamePad.

As in Wind Waker HD, players can use the GamePad's screen for their map an inventory, and the gyroscope allows for motion-controlled aiming. Also thanks to the GamePad, players can now transform between Link's human and wolf forms with the tap of the touchscreen, and of course, off-TV play is supported. Nintendo is also making the game compatible with its Amiibo figurines, and buying the Wolf Link Amiibo unlocks a special dungeon called "The Cave of Shadows." You can watch the trailer and check out all of these features and more by clicking below!

We're less than a week away now from the exciting and long-awaited launch of Street Fighter V. Capcom's highly-anticipated fighter is heading to PlayStation 4 and PC on February 16th (February 18th in Japan), and Capcom is keeping the hype strong with regular announcements and new videos, including two exciting new extended trailers. The first is a three minute long CG trailer, while the second (featuring the game's theme song, Survivor, from Japanese rock band Man on a Mission) is five minutes and has a little more focus on gameplay. You can check them both out by clicking below.

The crudely hilarious and popular gaming YouTuber Cr1TiKal has just announced that he'll be lending his wonderful voice to a comedy short film called "Uncle Gareth." The announcement came via the man's Twitter, on which Cr1TiKal stated that "a friend" had given him "a small character in his upcoming movie," after which he linked to the "Uncle Gareth" official teaser trailer.

The friend to whom he's referring is the film's director, and it just so happens that he's one of Gamnesia's writers from ye olden days, Chris London. The film is a screwball comedy with themes of loneliness and depression centered around Gareth Merrick, a reclusive thirty-something who recently took over a morgue. He's equal parts lonely and socially anxious, so as a compromise he begins living with corpses from the funeral home. Unfortunately, that plan starts to go south when he's unexpectedly tasked with the care of his young niece, Laura.

"Uncle Gareth" is on Kickstarter for post-production right now ($10 for a digital copy), and we were able to nab a statement on Cr1TiKal's guest-starring. That's inside, and so is the teaser.

It has now been over ten years since the release of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red/Blue Rescue Team, and now these two games are coming to the Wii U Virtual Console in Europe. Red Rescue Team originally released for Game Boy Advance, and will cost £6.29 on the eShop. Blue Rescue Team originally released on DS, and will be available to purchase for £8.99. Both versions will be available on the European eShop tomorrow (February 11th). There's no word on Pokémon Mystery Dungeon coming to North America, but we'll be sure to keep you updated.

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The latest (and final) batch of Super Smash Bros. DLC just launched on 3DS and Wii U, giving players the ability to play as Bayonetta and Fire Emblem If's Corrin. If you've been following the latest iteration of Super Smash Bros., you know that's just the tip of the iceberg. In total, Nintendo has released seven DLC characters (along with new stages, new Mii Fighter costumes, and more), including the two new additions as well as Mewtwo, Lucas, Roy, and even Street Fighter's Ryu and Final Fantasy VII's Cloud Strife. To celebrate the conclusion of Smash DLC, Nintendo has released a new trailer that shows of all of the great downloadable characters in action. Click below to check it out!

The newest entry in the Far Cry series, Far Cry Primal, is set in a fascinating period of time: the Stone Age. This era is completely foreign to gamers today, but fortunately Ubisoft has provided a new trailer that walks through the basics of the game. Discussing various aspects of weapons and upgrades, animals and other tribes you'll be fighting or partnering with, and the base details of the game's storyline, the video should help any aspiring Beastmaster prep for Primal's release in just on February 26th. Head inside to check it out!

Last year, From Software brought us the excellent and extremely difficult game Bloodborne. This departure from the main Dark Souls franchise left fans both satisfied and hungry for more. Now, From has returned to their roots with the creation of Dark Souls III. Today, Bandai Namco released the opening cinematic for the upcoming RPG, complete with its incredibly cryptic messages and horrifying imagery that fans have come to know and love. Also featured in this trailer: weird black goop, the king of giants, and an army of undead soldiers wearing cool hats.

Hit the jump to watch the trailer!

Street Fighter V will introduce four new fighters. Capcom introduced a series of character introduction videos over the weekend, including one for newcomer Necalli. The video primarily focuses on his gameplay mechanics, so if you were hoping for some backstory you'll have to wait until the game drops.

See the trailer after the jump!

Street Fighter V is coming out next week, and Street Fighter fans across the globe are eagerly waiting to get their hands on the series' next installment. In the latest Street Fighter V trailer, Capcom Community Manager Matt Edwards helps introduce Nash's new move-set to the fans. Nash's V skill let's him absorb projectiles to build his V Gauge, while his V Trigger is a teleport that allows him to escape attacks and help generate combos. According to the trailer, Nash's move-set has more normal attack variations than any other character in the game.

Check out the trailer after the jump!