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Well, it's been a busy week for Nintendo. Between Smash Bros. amiibos and multiple announcements for Pokémon: Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it's a wonder we've managed to stuff it all into one video. 

This week, Colin talks about the new  Captain Toad trailer, the stage builder mode for Smash Bros., Pokémon leaks, 3DS sales in the U.S., and Donkey Kong Country's return on virtual consoles. Let us know what you think about the week's happenings in the comments below!

Bayonetta 2 is less than a week away from launching globally (it's already available in Japan), but that's not the only Bayonetta content on the way. An anime called Bayonetta: Bloody Fate released in Japan last December, and it's headed to the West soon. The first nine minutes of the film have been made available by Funimation, and you can check it out by clicking below!

YouTube channel AccordingToSCIENCE spent an amount of time so long that I'm not sure I can even fathom it going through all of the great Nintendo 64 tunes and sorting out the best of the best. The result? A top 100 countdown list of amazing Nintendo music that's over four hours long and managed to catch the eyes of Game Informer. Music from Nintendo classics like Super Mario 64Ocarina of Time, and Banjo-Kazooie are all included in one massive,  fantastic, nostalgia-fueled video, and you can check it out by clicking below!

New Final Fantasy games are bound to spark many questions with the fans — Final Fantasy Type-0 and Final Fantasy XV are no exceptions. The video has been out for a while, but recently it was dubbed with English subtitles for those of us who are a bit rusty with our Japanese. A myriad of questions are given to the director, Hajime Tabata, and he answers them as well as reveals insights and thoughts on both of the games.

Click past the jump to check out the interview!

A recent trailer from Polish developers Destructive Creations showed off a new, hyperviolent game called Hatred, a game about a psychopath who plans to gun down innocent civilians for, well, the fun of it. The trailer sparked massive controversy, ending with Epic Games demanding the developers to remove the Unreal Engine 4 logo from their advertising. Yeah, it's that edgy. 

To see the trailer, and more information, head inside!

Here at Gamnesia we have a weekly segment every Monday called Game Clash where we match up two games and let you choose the winner. The good folks at Nintendo who run the Nintendo Minute videos have just kicked off a series that does something similar. Called "Nintendo Minute DEBATE!!," the debut episode poses the question, "Which game was more influential: Super Mario World or Super Mario Bros. 3?" Hit the jump to watch the video and join the debate!

Yesterday we got a look at the Japanese launch trailer for the Hyrule Warriors Master Quest DLC pack, and today we have the trailer for North America. The Master Quest DLC pack includes five new story mode chaptersLink's trusty horse, Epona, new alternate costumes, and more! You can download it on the Wii U eShop right now for $7.99, but if you'd like another look first, check out the English trailer by clicking below!

Remember when we were all hyped that you could catch every single Pokémon from Kanto to Kalos, but it turned out we would have to trade endlessly with other games out to go and get every single one of the creatures in the game? Well, according to Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori, the producer and director of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, respectively, you can catch practically all of them—all 719 of them to be exact.

All of that can be viewed after the jump!

UCraft is an in-development Wii U exclusive by indie team Nexis Games that was originally unveiled with a press release calling it a "Minecraft clone," but Nexis is out to prove to Wii U fans that it's more than that. A new trailer has been released showing off some features and promising future updates and DLC, as well as letting gamers know that Nexis is doing this all for Wii U fans and not for the money. It's a noble idea, but does the content back up the claims? Click below to check out the trailer and decide for yourself!

Microsoft has announced two new Xbox One bundles: The Xbox One Assassin's Creed bundle, priced at $399, and the Xbox One Assassins's Creed bundle with Kinect, priced at $499. Both launch on November 2nd in North America. 

A pre-download code for Assassins's Creed Unity is included in both bundles, along with a download code for Assassins's Creed IV: Black Flag. Dance Central Spotlight is also included in the Kinect version. Read on for more information.