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When Nintendo first unveiled Splatoon at E3 last year, the new IP was only 10% complete, featuring just one playable stage and one weapon. Thankfully, the game has evolved quite a bit since then, and the third-person shooter now has a much more fleshed out lineup of environments and ink-blasters. With just five days left to go until launch, Nintendo has released a new extended cut trailer showing off lots of footage of the game along with a song detailing the game's weapons, enemies, and more. Click below to check it out!

We've known for some time that Nintendo's upcoming platform, dubbed NX, is going to be a "brand new concept," but Nintendo's been keeping a tight lid on what exactly that might entail. CEO Satoru Iwata, however, may have recently revealed more about the NX than we realized during a meeting with Nintendo's investors. What can we learn about NX from Iwata's latest hints? This is one of the subjects we cover on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo podcast here at Gamnesia.

If you'd like to learn more, you can watch the discussion video, or keep reading for the analysis, both found after the jump!

Perhaps one of gaming's most covered songs, Dr. Wily Stage from Mega Man 2 has gotten a fresh new take on it by being covered by a Mariachi band. YouTuber DaveYard Shift uploaded the video earlier, and the cover features all that you would expect in a Mariachi band, including a trumpet, guitar, and violin. His cover keeps the intensity of the original, while also bringing his own angle to the well known and loved song.

Click the jump to hear his cover!

Mad Max: Fury Road recently hit theaters, and the post-apocalyptic action film has been a critically acclaimed success thus far. However, Fury Road is in the headlines for a completely different reason today. A fan on YouTube has combined scenes from the movie with assets from Nintendo's Mario Kart franchise to create a hilarious mash-up video dubbed "Mario Kart: Fury Road." Click below to check it out!

Nintendo recently announced plans to revive the Nintendo World Championships, a major competitive event from 1990. Fans got very excited to imagine what Nintendo was planning to roll out, but as more information was revealed about the size, scope, and content of the tournament, hype came crashing down. This is one of the subjects we cover on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo podcast here at Gamnesia. If you'd like to learn more about it, you can watch the discussion video after the jump!

The Splatoon hype is in full force today, as the Global Testfire returns this afternoon and the game's launch is just six days away. Nintendo Minute has been promoting the game all month, and they're back with another video. This time, they get up close and personal with the game and its Amiibo in an unboxing video. Click below to check it out!

Devil May Cry 4 was a hit when it launched back in 2008, selling nearly three million copies worldwide, and now Capcom is looking to capitalize with the game's Special Edition. With three new playable characters (Vergil, Trish, and Lady) joining Dante and Nero, the game's re-release will be jam-packed with replay value. If you're wondering how Dante will look and handle in the Special Edition, Capcom has released a combat introduction video, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Splatoon, Nintendo's inky third-person shooter, launches in less than a week now, but review copies have already gone out. We're using ours to answer your questions in an upcoming video, and our friends over at GameXplain are doing one of the things they do best and investigating it for hidden secrets. As it turns out, Splatoon has a few Easter eggs hidden away, referencing some classic Nintendo games! Click below to check it out.

Bandai Namco Entertainment and Hipster Whale, developer of Crossy Road, have just announced that they're partnering up to create a new Pac-Man game. Pac-Man 256 is inspired by the infamous level 256 glitch which filled the screen up with random characters and made the game unbeatable.

Pac-Man 256 features staples like Pac-Dots, Power Pellets, and the notorious ghost ensemble – Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde – as well as coins, power-ups, and more. The game is slated to launch on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets this Summer. Check out a trailer and screenshots by clicking below!

Every gamer has a few big-name games missing from their encyclopedia of video game experiences, and we at Gamnesia are no different. That's why we thought it'd be fun to go over some of our lists of must-play games that we haven't had the pleasure of experiencing, and then shaming the heck out of each other for it, on this week's episode of Nintendo Week. Alex, Ben, and I all made short lists of Nintendo games that we'd either never played or hadn't played more than an hour or two into—which isn't enough time to truly experience them. Keep reading to see our lists, and check out the discussion video above for some good discussion and even better laughs about the games themselves, why we haven't played them, and even what you might be missing out on.

The popular Puzzle & Dragons series recently got a Nintendo makeover in the form of Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition. Bundled with Puzzle & Dragons Z, this dual pack just launched today in North America. Earlier today we posted footage of the game, courtesy of Nintendo Minute, but if you'd like to see more, Nintendo has released an accolades trailer. What do people like about this game? Click below to find out!

With Batman: Arkham Knight just over a month away from release, developer Rocksteady is kicking the hype up a few notches with its new Arkham Insider series. Each new episode of the Insider provides new game footage and details for the long-awaited and hotly anticipated game, and this latest video gets up close and personal with three key characters in the game. Click below to check it out!

Telltale Games has made a name for itself with its critically-acclaimed graphic adventures, and they're furthering that reputation with their latest venture, Game of Thrones. Episode 4, Sons of Winter, will be launching across Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, and Android and iOS devices over the course of the next week. You can check out the newest trailer by clicking below!

The Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. menu theme that was previously available in North America can now be purchased and downloaded in Europe, following a week behind the game's European release. You can get it from your Nintendo 3DS's Theme Shop today. Those who have preordered Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. can download it for free. You can view demo footage of the theme and the music it plays in the video inside.

The Nintendo Minute crew is spending the month of May promoting Splatoon, but they've taken some time away from Nintendo's new IP to promote a crossover game. Puzzle & Dragons Z is a popular puzzle game in Japan, and with a touch of Nintendo charm, Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition was born. These two games launched in North America today as a bundle deal. If you're interested but want to see more before you buy, click below to check out some footage!