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Up until now, Amiibo have exclusively been plastic figurines, but Nintendo has just announced a very different kind of Amiibo. Yoshi's Woolly World is getting special Yoshi plushie Amiibos, seen to the left. In addition to being adorable, they unlock a second Yoshi in your game, so you can do all of the things that are normally only possible in co-op mode while playing alone. The Yoshi plushie Amiibos will launch in green, pink, and light blue.

Nintendo is back again with another Nintendo Direct video presentation. The focus will be on upcoming 3DS and Wii U games, and after the presentation Nintendo Treehouse will feature gameplay from a game that launches in the Spring. Everything kicks off at 3:00 pm Pacific, which is 6:00 pm Eastern, and 11:00 pm for our friends in the UK. You can watch the stream live right here, and we'll be updating the website with news as it breaks!

This past week, Dragon Age: Inquisition's 'Jaws of Hakkon' DLC was released as a timed exclusive for the Xbox One and PC. Because of an exclusivity agreement, BioWare was unable to reveal information about a release date for the other consoles until now. According to a recent tweet from Dragon Age's Twitter account, Jaws of Hakkon will be released sometime this May for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360.

You can check out the trailer for Jaws of Hakkon after the jump!

Project M is a soft mod for Super Smash Bros. Brawl that brings the feel of Melee to the updated graphics of Brawl. The mod's development team releases a new update for the mod every so often in order to keep the gameplay fresh. They recently released a trailer for the upcoming version 3.6 update that will feature a couple of brand new stages and skins alongside other new features.

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Computer science student Erik Ross has recreated the first level from Super Mario 64 through the Unity game engine. In addition to giving Bob-omb Battlefield an HD makeover, he also removed certain items like the red coins and the Wing Cap and replaced them with springs and coin blocks. Luckily, gamers hoping to try out this level for themselves can play it on their web browser or download it directly to their computer. Ross does not plan on creating any more levels from Super Mario 64, but he does encourage people to use the project for any purpose they like, except selling it for profit.

You can check out out the trailer for the HD level of Bob-omb Battlefield after the jump!

The popular and often controversial fighting series Mortal Kombat is back! Mortal Kombat X launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (as well as an altered version on mobile devices) on April 14, and on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 later this year. With the release date fast approaching, we're being treated to new trailers and character reveals on a regular basis now, and today the first TV commercial for the game launched. It's a slightly different approach to advertising that sees people spreading the word and rushing to catch a street fight between two legendary characters from the series. Click below to check it out!

We all remember the physics-defying game Portal, right? Over the years, some fans of the game have managed to port it to different devices, now including the Nintendo 3DS. A home-brewer going by the name "Smea" has put a video showcasing a playable demo of the game.

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A recent Japanese live stream had Xenoblade Chronicles 3D creator Tetsuya Takahashi sit down with Nintendo's Genki Yokota and actor John Kaminari to commentate on gameplay footage of the upcoming New Nintendo 3DS port of the Wii's Xenoblade Chronicles. The event lasted for over two hours and is viewable in its entirety after the jump. While the commentary unfortunately has not been translated to English, fans who don't speak Japanese can still enjoy all the live music segments littered throughout the presentation.

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Sorry to dash the fans of any Paper Mario fans out there, but the Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door remake for 3DS has been proven to be a hoax.

According to a recent video, the leak was orchestrated by YouTube user Fawfulthegreat64; he created the logo in Photoshop and put the title sequence together in Premiere. However, according to a previous Iwata Asks interview, Paper Mario: Sticker Star's development began by porting the game to the 3DS; while this leak has been proven to be false, this isn't necessarily the end for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door on 3DS.

A new Zelda game for Wii U was unveiled at E3 last year to a very positive reception and slated to launch in 2015, but producer Eiji Aonuma has just announced that the game has been delayed. Because Zelda U features "freedom of exploration that hasn't existed in any Zelda game to date," the development team has discovered new possibilities to improve gameplay. As such, they have shifted their focus from a 2015 release to creating "the ultimate and most complete Zelda game."

Unfortunately, this also means that Zelda U will be skipping E3 this year, as Aonuma confirmed on Miiverse. Previously the game was planned to have a playable demo on the E3 show floor, but with the changes to the development process, it will need more time. Hopefully the delay allows for the creation of a game that's well worth the wait!

Over the past few years, modded games have become a big part of the Smash community. Some mods, like Project M, have even come to find a home in the tournament circuit. However, more often than not, Smash mods require some degree of hacking and/or Homebrew. Just recently, a trailer was posted on YouTube showcasing a Melee mod that does not require any hacking, ISOs, or even Homebrew.

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According to Deep Down's development manager, Teruki Miyashita, the team's goal with the game is to create an experience in which players can feel fully immersed. To accomplish this, they are creating intensely realistic graphics along with audio to engage the player. Not only is the online game free, but Miyashita expects it to last for at least 10 years. Head past the jump to access the full interview!

After rumors of Hideo Kojima leaving Konami hit the news last week, people became concerned over the development of Silent Hills and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Many fans of Kojima's work were irritated to find out that Konami removed his name from the marketing of Metal Gear Solid V. A recent trailer promoting the game's limited edition watch reveals "A Hideo Kojima Game" is back above the Metal Gear Solid V logo. It is very possible that this trailer was produced before the falling out between Kojima and Konami, but considering Konami removed his name from other sources yet left his name here could imply that there has been some sort of agreement between the two parties.

You can watch the trailer for yourselves after the jump!

After days of speculation, it has finally been revealed that Liu Kang will be playable in the upcoming Mortal Kombat X. The trailer reveals Liu Kang and Kung Lao being controlled by Shinnok, attacking the Earth's warriors. For those who don't remember, Kung Lao's and Liu Kang's souls fell into the Netherrealm at the end of 2011's Mortal Kombat. The trailer, which is currently exclusive to a Russian news outlet, also shows a brief appearance by Bo' Rai Cho at the beginning of the clip.

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Are you a fan of Pokémon music? Have you been eagerly awaiting news from the new Pokémon concert series? Well, today's your lucky day!

Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions has announced 30 new concert dates spanning 27 cities; tickets for these concerts go on sale on Saturday, March 28th, but Pokémon fans can purchase them early on March 27th using the code "MELOETTA." The series also announced that a European tour is coming in Spring 2016, with dates and venues to be announced later. Head inside for the list of dates!