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Popular YouTuber PewDiePie has been making waves again recently by speaking out against YouTube's alleged algorithm changes. One week ago, he made a video claiming that he would delete his channel as soon as he hit 50 million subscribers. He quickly hit that target, and yesterday he announced that he'd be deleting his channel today at 5:00 PM GMT.

As many of you correctly guessed, this was essentially a publicity stunt, and he did not actually delete his primary channel. Instead, he deleted the far less popular "Jack septiceye2" channel, which only had two uploaded videos. You can watch his follow-up video by clicking below.

Dragon Quest Heroes, the crossover title from Square Enix and Koei Tecmo's Omega Force division, has been a smash hit in Japan and in the West, and Japan already has a sequel. An accidental Best Buy listing recently suggested that Dragon Quest Heroes II would be coming to North America on April 25th, 2017, and now we have official confirmation.

Square Enix announced today that the leaked release date for North America is correct, and they also released a new trailer that confirms an April 28th release date for Europe. While the game is available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Vita in Japan, only the PlayStation 4 version is coming West. You can check out the trailer, screenshots, and story details by clicking below!

A YouTuber named Seth Bling has created a contraption that lets you play fully-functioning Atari 2600 games in Minecraft. Surprisingly, Seth didn't use mods of any kind; his emulator was made entirely in Minecraft's Creative Mode, using assets that are available in the main game.

Although Seth's emulator can perfectly reproduce several games, including the Atari ports of Space Invaders and Donkey Kong, it does so very slowly: sixty frames of gameplay (one second's worth of gameplay on the original Atari) will take about four hours to load.

Super Mario Run is just a week away from launch, and after featuring it on last night's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Nintendo has opened up even more on the game. A demo is now available in Apple stores, and the Big N has also released two new trailers for the game. The first is a gameplay trailer, showing off each of the title's features while also giving us a look at some newly revealed details, such as the ability to unlock a variety of characters to play as, each of which comes with their own abilities and play styles.

Check out that and the second, live action trailer after the jump!

Kingdom Hearts fans are eagerly counting down the weeks until the newest entry in the series, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, hits shelves. Square Enix is definitely aware of the excitement, so they released one last trailer for the game before its upcoming release. The video shows off new story details and the ability to customize Aqua in Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage. Check out the trailer after the jump to get excited for Kingdom Hearts 2.8!

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is headed to both Wii U and Nintendo Switch sometime next year. Those of us lucky enough to try out the Wii U version at events like E3 and Gamescom encountered considerable frame rate drops (Digital Foundry's technical analysis of the game showed it frequently dipping to around 20 frames per second), and similar slow-down has been seen in recent trailers. Will this be improved for the Nintendo Switch version? We may have our answer! Hit the jump for more.

Mario Paint has been used by fans to create a number of impressive projects over the years, but this one may be one of the coolest and most massive undertakings so far. An avid Mario Painter as well as a fan of the old Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon, Mike Matei sat down and decided to recreate the show's entire minute-long intro frame-by-frame in the SNES title. According to Matei, each frame required thirty minutes to an hour to recreate, and the entire project took about six months.

Check it out after the jump!

The Game Awards' recent trailer for Zelda: Breath of the Wild revealed one, possibly two, new characters: a woman in adventurer's clothing, and a character dressed in lavish clothing before whom Link bows.

This was one of the subjects we touched upon during the long-form discussion segment on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo-themed podcast here at Gamnesia. We've already made the full discussion available on YouTube just a few days ago, but for those of you seeking shorter, more digestible chunks, we've pulled out this specific snippet of the discussion. Check out the video after the jump for our response, or keep reading inside for a brief, brief summary.

While Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime and Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon were off playing with Super Mario Run and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the real action was to be found over with The Roots, the house band for The Tonight Show. Joining the band for a special performance of the theme song for Super Mario Bros. was none other than Shigeru Miyamoto himself! If there was ever any way to top off a segment filled with Nintendo goodies, this was definitely it.

Check out the performance inside!

In addition to showing off the upcoming Super Mario Run on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Nintendo of America's president Reggie Fils-Aime brought an additional surprise with him. Reggie shocked Fallon by not only bringing the Nintendo Switch, but also informing him that he would be playing the system for the first time ever on TV. The surprise didn't end there however, as Fallon got to play The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on it. According to Reggie, this is the first time Breath of the Wild has been seen as played on the Switch. Of course, the Switch's defining feature is the ability to transfer the game to the handheld portion of the device, and Nintendo took the opportunity to demonstrate this as well!

Head inside to see the segment!

Update: Fils-Aime said that the demo would be available in Apple Stores this Thursday, not the app store as originally reported. The article has been updated accordingly.

A few moments ago, Nintendo of America's president Reggie Fils-Aime joined late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon to showcase Super Mario Run, the upcoming mobile auto-scroller from Nintendo. Fallon got his hands on the game a little early, and with Reggie's help, completed one of the game's levels. Though the full game launches on December 15th, Reggie also announced that a demo would be coming to Apple Stores later today. If you're unsure about Super Mario Run and can make it to an Apple store, this would certainly be a good chance to check it out!

PewDiePie, the world's most popular YouTuber, has released a video in which he announces that he will delete his YouTube channel when he reaches fifty million subscribers. This video is a protest against YouTube's recent policy change towards subscriptions and video recommendations. For the past few years, YouTube has been steadily changing its attitude towards creators and users, and it seems PewDiePie has had enough.

Read more after the jump.

One of the biggest announcements to come from the PlayStation Experience this past weekend was the official unveiling of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. While we don't know a lot about the game thus far, we do know a few characters we'll be able to play as—Iron Man, Mega Man X, Captain Marvel, and Ryu. In addition to these fighters, Capcom announced in a new gameplay trailer that Morrigan Aensland from Capcom's Darkstalkers franchise and Marvel's Captain America will be joining the roster. The trailer also revealed the the Infinity Stones will play some part in the game, presumably as some kind of special power.

Head inside to see the reveal as well as get a closer look at actual gameplay!

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone teamed up with Ubisoft for the 2014 hit South Park: The Stick of Truth, and a sequel was announced at last year's E3. South Park: The Fractured But Whole was originally planned to launch yesterday, but Ubisoft delayed the game to 2017 back in September, and we've heard little since then. Ubisoft finally decided to show the upcoming game a little love today with a new story trailer titled "The Conspiracy," and you can check it out by clicking below. Unfortunately, there's still no concrete release date. 

"As the Mother 3 rumor is sort of died down by now, and as Emily Rogers seems to have mostly correct information, do you think the game could actually still be translated and localized for the Wii U, or rather 'switched' over to the Nintendo Switch instead?"

This was one of the listener questions answered on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo-themed podcast here at Gamnesia. Check out the video after the jump for our response, or keep reading inside for a brief, brief summary.