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If you're looking for a fun local multiplayer game to play with your friends on Wii U, Nintendo's got you covered. Mario Party 10 launches on Wii U on March 20 (March 12 for Japanese gamers) with up to five player fun. It's also a good way to make use of your Amiibo, as the game features a special Amiibo Party mode. Nintendo has just released a TV commercial for the game, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Nintendo's newest IP is a bizarre blend of third-person shooting, turn-based strategy, aliens, Abraham Lincoln, and a comic book art style! Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. is set in a steam punk alternate reality version of London, and you can get your hands on this unique adventure when it hits 3DS on March 13. In the meantime, our friends at GameXplain have already gone hands-on with it, and they've uploaded the game's opening cutscene! Click below to check it out. 

New Nintendo 3DS recently launched globally, and the first game to take full advantage of the improved hardware of the handheld is Xenoblade Chronicles 3D. Originally a Wii game, Xenoblade Chronicles was too big and complex for the regular 3DS, but the enhanced CPU allows the game to be played on the go with the new model.

If you never played the original and want to see what all the excitement is about or if you played it on Wii and want to know how it looks on New Nintendo 3Ds, we've got a new trailer for you that combines story and cinematic elements with gameplay to give you a good feel for the game. Click below to check it out!

Epic Games showed up to Game Developers Conference 2015 in a big way! Earlier today, they announced that the popular Unreal Engine 4 is now free for all developers, and if that's not enough to pique your interest in the engine, they've also released a new sizzle reel. Games of all shapes and sizes from Batman: Arkham Knight to Fable Legends run on Unreal tech, and you can see just how far its influence has spread by clicking below to watch the trailer!

We're just a few weeks away from the launch of Bloodborne, the next big title from the developers of the hit Dark Souls and Demon's Souls games, and Sony is bringing the hype! A new commercial called "The Hunt Begins" released today, blending gameplay and cinematics for an interesting look at the game. Bloodborne releases on PlayStation 4 on March 24 in North America and will be out globally by March 27. While you wait, click below to check out the new commercial!

The Trine series is set to expand, as developer Frozenbyte Games has announced a third entry. Trine 3: Artifacts of Power has been revealed along with a trailer promising a "new adventure through an enchanting fairytale world full of wonders, puzzles, dangerous foes and strange magic." The game is set to launch sometime in 2015 and will hit PC "initially," suggesting that it will release on other platforms later. Check out the trailer by clicking below!

Mortal Kombat X will bring a brutal fighting experience to consoles and PC on April 14, but a version of the game is also going mobile. A trailer has been released today for Mortal Kombat X: Mobile, showcasing an on-the-go version of the game that includes touch controls like swiping the screen to unleash a fatality. The game will apparently also feature card collecting and multiplayer team combat. You can get Mortal Kombat X: Mobile on iOS and Android sometime in April. While you wait, click below to check out the trailer!

Indie developer Renegade Kid (creator of Moon Chronicles, Treasurenauts, Mutant Mudds, and more) launched a Metroid-inspired game called Xeodrifter on 3DS late last year. Since then, interest in the game has risen, and Renegade Kid has teamed up with Gambitious Digital Entertainment to bring the game to more platforms. Xeodrifter is currently available on Steam for $9.99, and a "Special Edition" of the game has been announced for PlayStation 4 and Vita as well. Xeodrifter: Special Edition will launch sometime this Spring, and you can check out the trailer by clicking below!

Given the sandbox nature of  Minecraft, it's common for people or groups of people to recreate other game worlds, but two friends are taking it a step further. Designer Evan Stanhope and programmer Jonathan Faulch have been working since September on a full, playable recreation of the original Legend of Zelda. They plan to spend around three years making the game fully functional (the world map is pretty much done already and they've got the bare bones layouts for the dungeons) using all default Minecraft tiles. 

It's already at a stage where you can enter buildings and caves (although most are bare on the inside) and even talk to Old Man at the beginning. The world itself is massive, using three Minecraft blocks for every one tile in the Legend of Zelda, which has apparently made development much smoother. When viewed from directly above, the world map looks practically identical to the real game map, but from down inside the labyrinth in a third-person 3D perspective, you can see all kinds of hidden extra secrets, including the Temple of Time. Click below to check out footage!

Spring Fever is an annual promotion held by PlayStation to highlight unique titles through tons of sales and discounts. It's a great way for indie titles to get their names out in the open and for us players to discover great new games. Although the promotion usually lasts for four weeks, Sony has decided to extend the promotion to eight weeks. Eight weeks. Eight games. What's not to like?

Spring Fever is highlighting titles for PlayStation 4 this year, but most of the participating games are also available on PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Vita. For the full list of games and a sizzle reel, head inside.