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Star Wars: The Force Awakens was one of the biggest movies in the world last year, and soon it will be the latest in the lineup of popular LEGO video games. Releasing on June 28th, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens lends the constructive fun of LEGOs to the iconic characters and settings of Star Wars, and it will even include new story information that wasn't in the movie! Warner Bros. recently kicked off a new series of character vignettes with a video that starred Poe Dameron, and today they're back with a new video that focuses on Stormtrooper-turned-rebel Finn. You can check it out by clicking below!

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's final expansion, Blood and Wine, has received a launch trailer which offers insight into the new story content. Using a combination of cutscenes and gameplay, the trailer shows off the new location of Toussaint, an additional game world roughly the size of Velen. Geralt has a myriad of new quests to complete and mysteries to be solved in this new land, which—judging by the trailer—includes lots and lots of vampires. Make the jump to view the full trailer.

After several delays, Mirror's Edge Catalyst will finally be upon us in two weeks, as it launches on June 7th in North America and on June 9th in Europe for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. EA might have been more than a little enthusiastic about that prospect, as they have already released the game's launch trailer. The video gives us a great overview of everything the game has to offer, from the beautiful setting of the City of Glass, to the intense parkour gameplay, to the story that drives the whole game forward.

If you want to take a look at the trailer yourself, you can view it by hitting the jump!

From guitar controllers to voice commands, many people have taken on Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series in some unconventional ways. Now, footage of somebody defeating the first boss in Dark Souls III with nothing but a Dance Dance Revolution dance pad controller has surfaced online. Twitch streamer Rudeism, who once danced his way to level 100 in World of Warcraft, took on the challenge. The dance master said that it took him nearly 30 tries to take down the boss. You can check out the epic dance battle for yourself after the jump!

It's a big year for Akira Toriyama's beloved Dragon Ball franchise. In addition to another story arch being announced for Dragon Ball Super, Bandai Namco recently announced that Dragon Ball Xenoverse is getting a sequel. If that's not enough to excite you, they're also releasing a new 3DS game called Dragon Ball: Fusions that features fusion forms for Goku and Broly, Pan and Videl, Gohan and Trunks, and more. Bandai has just released a short TV commercial for the upcoming game in Japan, and you can check it out by clicking below.

It's been a long time in the making with multiple delays along the way, but Mighty No. 9 finally has a (hopefully) concrete release date of July 21st. Developed by Mega Man co-creator Keiji Inafune and his team at Comcept, Mighty No. 9 aims to be a worthy spiritual successor to the Blue Bomber's series. Ahead of its release next month, publisher Deep Silver has released a new "Masterclass" trailer that focuses on the game's dash mechanics, combos, and upgrade system. You can check it out by clicking below!

Nintendo hasn't announced any kind of Nintendo Direct event for E3, but this week they revealed that on June 14th, the day they usually hold their show, Reggie will introduce Treehouse Live, where they'll be live streaming footage of Zelda U all day. They'll also be holding a presentation for business partners on the same day, though we don't know many of the details.

This was one of the talking points on last 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.

Nintendo recently released Star Fox Zero into the wild, reviving a franchise that has been around since the Super Nintendo days. The original Star Fox was able to exist largely thanks to programmer/designer Dylan Cuthbert, who moved to Japan to help bring the game to life. Cuthbert also had a hand in the development of Star Fox Command and Star Fox 64 3D, but he wasn't around for the development of Zero.

Despite this, Cuthbert recently held a livestream of Star Fox Zero during which he revealed some fun facts about the series' development and busted some popular myths. Cuthbert tackles topics like how Corneria got its name, the truth behind the Star Fox characters' "metal legs," and Miyamoto's famous terrible jokes. GameXplain has put together a video of the most interesting tidbits from the stream, and you can check it out by clicking below, or you can watch the full stream here.

In addition to working on the Resident Evil 2 remake (and possibly Resident Evil 7 as well), Capcom is developing a competitive multiplayer shooter set in the Resident Evil universe. Umbrella Corps was originally planned to be out already, but Capcom recently delayed its release to June 21st. While we wait to get our hands on it, Capcom has just released a new trailer that introduces two more levels. As the video shows, you'll be able to battle it out in Raccoon City and the Raccoon City Police Department. The new trailer also highlights some of the characters and game modes. You can check it out by clicking below!

Super Mario Maker has been out for a while now, but Nintendo has continued to keep the game consistently fresh by adding in new costumes for Mario to don via Mystery Mushrooms. Most of these are based on characters from other games, but sometimes Nintendo draws from outside the gaming industry and uses other icons—and that's exactly what they're doing with the next set of costumes. Coming soon to Japan, and doubtless to the rest of the world shortly thereafter, Mario Maker fans will be able to play as merchandising mascot Hello Kitty! Joining her will also be My Melody, a similarly merchandise-focused character from the same company as Hello Kitty.

You can check out the reveal trailer for these two outfits after the jump!

In today's world of modern RPGs, it is refreshing to see developers like Tokyo RPG Factory and Square Enix take a step back to bring us a more classic role-playing experience like I Am Setsuna. In the latest trailer for the SNES-era styled JRPG, the game's combat system is shown off in its full glory. There is a very clear Chrono Trigger inspiration, down to two of the characters performing what looks like Crono and Frog's X-Strike. Besides combat, the trailer also establishes the setting for the role of the titular character, Setsuna.

Make the jump for more information and the trailer!

Most people would like to forget the disaster of Maxis' 2013 reboot of SimCity, which saw numerous issues stemming from EA requiring users to have a constant internet connection to play the game. Upon launch, players had to wait in queues for up to an hour to even get into the game due to the massive amount of players flooding servers that just weren't able to handle the stress. Even when the game launched successfully, it still had game-breaking bugs that made SimCity one of EA's most infamous games of 2013. Now that three years have passed, Ocean Quigley, the game's creative director, has a few things to say about the game's launch. Head inside for more info!

Nintendo recently reorganized their internal structure, forming a new Audit and Supervisory Committee and introducing a new Executive Officer system that includes Reggie Fils-Aime and Satoru Shibata. We understand a lot of news regarding corporate structure can be hard to understand, so we discussed this news on a recent 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 inside for a brief, brief summary.

It's the end of the month, which means one thing for Xbox fans—the announcement of next month's Games With Gold titles! If you have an active Xbox Live Gold membership, you can download Goat Simulator and The Crew for Xbox One, while Xbox 360 fans can get Super Meat Boy and XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Goat Simulator and Super Meat Boy will be available starting June 1st, while The Crew and XCOM will be free starting June 16th. As always, the Xbox 360 titles are able to be played on Xbox One through the backwards compatibility program, so if you own an Xbox One, make sure to get those too!

Head after the jump to see the Games With Gold trailer!

Back in 2013, developer Precursor Games (formed from the remnants of the now-defunct Silicon Knights) set out to create a spiritual successor to GameCube psychological horror title Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem. Unfortunately, Shadow of the Eternals failed to achieve Kickstarter funding on two different occasions, and the project was put on hold.

Creator Denis Dyack has since formed a new studio called Quantum Entanglement Entertainment Inc., and about a year ago this time he stated that there are still big plans for the game. We've heard very little since then, but that could be changing soon. The Quantum Tunnel (the YouTube channel for Dyack's new company) has just uploaded the game's trailer and nine minutes of footage, both previously seen three years ago. Dyack has confirmed in the videos' comments that the project is still alive, and that he's interested in bringing it to Nintendo NX. You can check out the videos by clicking below!