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The first expansion pack for Tom Clancy's The Division comes out tomorrow, June 28th, on Xbox One and PC. The expansion is called "Underground," and it takes place in the subterranean tunnels of Manhattan, where a number of factions are fighting a war for resources.

To commemorate the launch, Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Underground, which outlines the basic plot of the expansion and provides some new gameplay footage from inside the underground dungeons.

Follow after the jump to watch the trailer!

Late last week, Nintendo unveiled a bunch of details about the Link's Awakening DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors and Hyrule Warriors Legends. Amongst the bevvy of new details, we learned that Europe and Japan would be seeing this content launch this Thursday, June 30th. At the time, a North American release date was unknown, but highly speculated to be the same day. Today, Nintendo confirmed that the DLC would indeed be coming on June 30th to North America as well.

CD Projekt RED has hidden a cool easter egg in the Blood and Wine expansion for The Witcher 3, but it's only accessible using mods. YouTube user pippo311lp used a free-roaming camera mod to explore a normally inaccessible mountaintop, where he found a little surprise from the development team waiting.

See the video after the jump!

SureAI, a team of fourteen modders in Munich, has been working hard on a massive new mod for Skyrim called "Enderal." The mod completely revamps the game, bringing in a whole new story and world with different environments, characters, and more. They've just released a trailer for the immense mod to celebrate its upcoming, and you can see it after the jump!

Game of Thrones has just delivered a finale that was non-stop action and offered an explosive amount of satisfaction, but unfortunately that means that we have to wait a whole year for the show to resume (and it's not looking like George R. R. Martin is going to release his next book anytime soon). In order to ease the pain, Xbox France is giving away an amazing Game of Thrones-themed Xbox One in combination with the sixth season of the show on Blu-ray. It seems that this action is limited to France so far, but who knows? We can always hope that this artistically crafted console will one day make it to the rest of the world.

Head inside for a short video showing off this mesmerizing console!

Monster Hunter Generations for 3DS is finally coming to the West on July 15th, and Capcom just announced an exciting crossover that will feature in it. The game's new Western exclusive content features items from Capcom's 1989 side-scrolling arcade game Strider. Players will be able to duel with Strider Hiryu's Cypher sword and equip his armor from the original game.

Head inside to check out the video of Strider Hiryu's Cypher sword and armor in Monster Hunter Generations!

Unseen64 has uncovered details for many cancelled games in the past, and now they're back again to tell us about a Daredevil video game adaptation that never came to be. Originally developed as a short third-person action game, Daredevil: The Man Without Fear was going to release on the PlayStation 2 and was being developed by 5000ft Inc.

Head inside for more information!

Street Fighter V disappointed many fans at launch due to its relatively low amount of content, and the situation was made worse when some of the game's post-launch content was delayed. Thankfully, it won't be long until the next big update hits, adding in the Cinematic Story Mode. You can look forward to this update on July 1st at midnight Pacific Time.

In addition to the new story mode, the devastating boxer Balrog is joining the fight as a playable character. Capcom showed off footage of Balrog in action during a CEO 2016 livestream, and the video also included a brief look at Juri and Urien. Capcom has clarified that they will be playable in the Cinematic Story Mode when the new update hits, and their official release will come at a later time. In the meantime, you can check out the new trailer by clicking below!

Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma, the third installment in the Zero Escape series by visual novel masters Chime and Spike Chunsoft, is coming out in a couple of days (June 28th, to be exact) on PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS, and a couple days later (June 30th) on PC. Because of that they have released a new trailer. This overview trailer shows off the characters, the dire situation they're in, the gameplay, the story, and the brutal decisions that the player is going to need to make. The previous entries in the series are Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors for the DS and Virtue's Last Rewards for the 3DS, and this title will tie up any loose ends that the latter game left.

Head inside to view the trailer!

The director of Paper Mario: Color Splash, Risa Tabata, recently said that Nintendo would "have to consider" remastering an older game in the series like Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door if they heard enough fans asking for it.

This was one of the talking points on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo-themed podcast here at Gamnesia. Check out the discussion video after the jump for our full thoughts, or keep reading below for a brief, brief summary.

Nintendo stepped back from hosting a conventional press conference and their signature Directs for this year's E3, opting instead to feature a handful of their upcoming titles through two days of Treehouse Live streaming from the show floor. Gamers were finally given an extensive look at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild after over a year of silence since the 2014 Game Awards, and more secrets from the game continue to surface today.

YouTubers have discovered a familiar tune from the series hidden within the E3 demo of Breath of the Wild. Longtime fans will no doubt recognize it as the "Song of Time" from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, though the song can't be typically heard without speeding up footage. Check it out after the jump!

No one could have predicted that a new God of War would be announced at E3 this year, yet not only was it revealed, it looked downright glorious. However, it seems many of us were a little too distracted by all the pretty, visceral gore that Kratos was pulling out from his enemies to notice a few hidden details. Fortunately, NeoGAF user Bitch Pudding managed to find most, if not all, of these secrets and compiled them for all to see.

Make the jump for more information!

The iconic Star Wars franchise is back with a whole new saga kicked off by The Force Awakens. Episode VII was a hit with critics and a dominant force in the box office, and now it's getting the LEGO treatment! LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens launches in just a few days on June 28th, and you can preorder it right now by clicking here. To raise hype for the game, Warner Bros. has been releasing character trailers, showing off the film's memorable cast in LEGO form. The latest character vignette stars Rey, and you can check it out by clicking below!

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has blown gamers away since it was revealed at E3 2016, but before its reveal there was one big discussion happening in the community: should players be able to choose between male and female playable characters? It turns out there's no gender option in Breath of the Wild, but Aonuma specifically designed Link to appear androgynous so both men and women can relate to the character.

This was one of the talking points on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo-themed podcast here at Gamnesia. Check out the discussion video after the jump for our full thoughts, or keep reading for a brief, brief summary.

Last month, Nintendo pulled the games VVVVVV and Citizens of Earth off of the 3DS eShop due to vulnerabilities in the games which allowed hackers to run unsigned code on the console. Now it looks like there's another game being exploited for homebrew applications, and this time it's one of Nintendo's own.

A video on Twitter shows a homebrewer using the free-to-play title Pokémon Picross to gain access to the Homebrew Launcher on his 3DS. The video was released five days ago, and as of the time of writing the game is still available for download on the eShop; however, the game may be removed from the eShop like previously-exploited titles when Nintendo catches wind.