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North American gamers were fortunate enough to get their hands on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U a week ago, and European gamers can finally join in on all the fun as the game launched there today. With new features like Amiibo support and new game modes like Eight Player Smash and Smash Tour, there's lots to check out, and you can get pumped for all the action by checking out the European launch trailer below!

Square Enix has released two new Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX trailers named "Worlds Connect." These new trailers show off both the Disney and Final Fantasy characters that will be appearing in the game.

Kingdom Hearts is an action RPG that was originally released on the PlayStation 2, and last year Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD ReMIX was released. This collection was agreat way to get introduced to the series by including the first three Kingdom Hearts games that were released. This year, Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX will come out, including the next three games in the Kingdom Hearts series. The full games of Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Final Mix will be included in this package, as well as re-mastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded. Click the jump to view the trailers! 

The new DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors, themed after Twilight Princessis out now! This new pack includes Midna's Twili form, Link as the postman, the Dominion Rod, and more. You can purchase the DLC pack now, but if you're still on the fence about it or just want to get a closer look, we've got plenty of footage for you. You can check out Midna in her Twili form (Twilight Princess barely showcased it!) and Link rocking some shorts as the postman by clicking below!

Hyrule Warriors just got a little more exciting! The second big DLC pack, themed after the popular Twilight Princess is out today. If you're not too busy stuffing your face with turkey and mashed potatoes, you can  start playing as characters like Twili Midna and postman Link (those shorts!) right now. While you wait for the DLC to download, check out the trailer by clicking below!

There've been a lot of character-action games since their initial conception with the first Devil May Cry, a game that created its own sub-genre of action games solely based around flashy melee combat. Character-action games, also referred to by some as "spectacle fighters", include games like Bayonetta, God of War, The Wonderful 101, and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, and have all had one thing in common in this Japanese-bred sub-genre, fathered by Hideki Kamiya. Personally, I love Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, not only for its amazingly satisfying combat, but also with its hype music, as well as its ability to make the lamest Metal Gear protagonist into an utter badass.

The New Nintendo 3DS handheld system released in Japan just last month, and it has been very well-received since.

Having been advertised by Japanese model and singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, the handheld saw an Australian release but still awaits an American and European date.

In the newest commercial, Pamyu Pamyu returns to display some Nintendo 3DS titles like Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, and a few unique hardware face plates that the New Nintendo 3DS can have!

Click on the jump below to view the commercial!

Nintendo recently launched a new and improved version of 3DS in Japan (oh so cleverly named New Nintendo 3DS), and it's a lot more than just a standard new model. In addition to having an improved CPU (speeding up download times and in-game loading times, as well as allowing for more advanced games), New Nintendo 3DS has new features like Amiibo support. The handheld won't launch commercially in most of the world until next year, but we've got footage of an Australian New Nintendo 3DS courtesy of NintenDaan. Check it out by clicking below!

Destiny's first expansion, The Dark Below, is only a few weeks away from its launch date of December 9th, which means Bungie is firing up the advertising guns with its latest trailer featuring a mysterious — and rather eccentric — player by the name of DrCrispy93. My guess is that he is a Bungie employee who has already gone through The Dark Below, but it's still a clever angle to play off of, especially if Bungie is trying to relate directly to players who love Destiny's inimitable loot. Oh, and jokes about sasquatches and unicorns. Can't forget those.

You can catch the trailer after the jump.

It looks like there could have been a few more levels to Ubisoft's Rayman Legends. A concept video for the the fifth title in the popular Rayman franchise has been released, showing off scrapped features that were dropped from the final version.

One of those features the game was originally meant to have is figurines that could be added to levels in-game using near-field communication (like Nintendo's amiibo figurines). In the video, we see a prototype Wii U controller that would have been able to use the technology, but since this wasn't finished in time, the figurines are instead placed on the GamePad's screen. The entire figurine idea was eventually removed totally from the game by Ubisoft.

See this and other scrapped features in the video after the jump!

This one is sure to get a lot of your jimmies rustled, especially for you hardcore Nintendo fans out there. Yesterday, YouTuber D Piddy, took to the streets to ask whoever she could find a couple simple questions, based on a book of images. These images were of the playable characters in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and the answers she received were far from what you would call "unrustling." 

You can see the video after the jump, but be prepared to get a bit upset at what you might see.