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Nintendo has been putting a lot of focus on Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer and The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes lately, but there's another title headed to 3DS this Fall. Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash lassos its way onto 3DS on October 9th with platforming action and a bundled Amiibo. Nintendo has released some more gameplay footage leading up to its launch, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Nintendo has been doing a lot to promote Super Mario Maker lately, including partnering with Facebook for a Hackathon event and letting Playtonic Games host a livestream on the Nintendo UK Twitch. They also recently teamed up with a variety of guests for a series of videos called the "Super Creator Challenge." From YouTubers like Matthew Patrick of The Game Theorists to iJustine, these personalities showcase their creative side. You can check out a playlist of videos below!

Super Mario Maker launches on September 11th, giving Wii U owners the chance to imagine, create, play, and share their own custom Super Mario Bros. levels. Playtonic Games, a studio founded by members of the Rare team that made classics like Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country, recently joined Nintendo UK's Twitch channel to stream footage of levels they'd created in the upcoming game. If you missed all the fun live, you can watch the full recording (the event kicks off about 9 minutes in) by clicking below!

The Zelda series saw co-op action in the Four Swords games, and Nintendo is bringing it back in Tri Force Heroes on 3DS. Set in a foreign land, the King recruits three heroes. Their quest? To save his daughter, who has been cursed to wear a horrible outfit that she can't take off. An extended overview trailer has been released in Japan, showcasing lots of gameplay and features. You can check it out by clicking below.

Back in January, Bandai Namco unveiled a free-to-play co-op game on Wii U called Project Treasure. This relic-hunting game was recently renamed Lost Reavers, and a beta has released in Japan. There's still no word on when the full game will release or if it will ever be localized for European and American audiences, but while you wait you can check out nearly an hour and a half of footage from the Japanese beta by clicking below!

Ubisoft is gearing up for their next big entry in the popular historical fiction series Assassin's Creed. The latest entry in the franchise, Assassin's Creed Syndicate, takes us to Victorian London during the Industrial Revolution. Built for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, Syndicate's world looks great in a new trailer that shows off life in London. You can check it out by clicking below!

Nintendo has described their upcoming Quality of Life (what Nintendo calls "QOL") devices as a pillar for the business, but there are some analysts in the industry who believe this has changed. One thought floating around is that they've delayed their plans in favor of their new push into the mobile gaming market, and another says they've abandoned the idea completely.

This is one of the subjects we discuss on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo-themed podcast here at Gamnesia. You can check out the discussion video above to hear our full thoughts on the future of QOL, or you could keep reading below for a brief, brief summary.

Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon is getting a November release in North America and an early 2016 release in Europe, but Japanese players will have their hands on it by September 17. That's why The Pokémon Company Japan has released a trailer that takes a more in-depth look at the game, preparing players for its imminent launch.

Hit the jump for the trailer and some additional information regarding the game!

Forza Motorsport 6 is only a few weeks away from its release on September 15th, and the people behind the game at Turn 10 decided to provide another taste of perfect car-porn beforehand. The launch trailer inside promises Forza Motorsport 6 will be the "biggest Forza yet" with 460 cars, 26 real-world locations, and 24-player races. The end of the trailer also shows off a $400 1TB Xbox One themed around the game in a lovely blue color.

See the trailer after the jump!

The cult NES games StarTropics and Zoda's Revenge: StarTropics II will be available on the European Wii U Virtual Console tomorrow (September 3). These old-school action-adventure games were unique in that Nintendo never released them in Japan. Both titles can be purchased for €4.99 EUR or £4.49 GBP. If you're interested but don't know much about StarTropics, check out the trailer from Nintendo of Europe inside!

Are you planning on buying either of these games? Let us know in the comments section!

To celebrate the worldwide launch of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, LittleBigPlanet 3 has a brand new downloadable content pack featuring various costumes, such as Venom Snake, Ocelot, Quiet, and even a cardboard box disguise. You can grab one of the outfits alone for $1.99 USD, or you can purchase them all together in a $5.99 bundle (this is the only way to get the cardboard box costume). To get a closer look at the DLC, look no further than the announcement video embedded inside.

With Unreal Engine 4 widely accessible to the public now, we've seen some pretty impressive re-imaginings of classic characters, but this latest project tops them all. Artist Michael Eurek has beautifully recreated Zora's Domain from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. The project uses some assets from Epic demos and the Unreal marketplace, but most of it is made from scratch. You can take a tour of the finished product by clicking below!

The long-awaited date has arrived, and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (likely series creator Hideo Kojima's last entry) has released. Last week, Kojima said that he was working with Geoff Keighley and Greg Miller on a commemoration video to launch alongside the game. That video released today, and it's quite an emotional send-off for Kojima.

Members of Kojima's staff (along with Keighley and Miller) share their thoughts and memories from the franchise in a series of exit interviews. Afterwards, Kojima visits a family that lost a son to cancer. The son, Sean Paul Gillespie, was a passionate fan of Metal Gear, and an email he wrote to Kojima and his staff gave them inspiration during their toughest hour. You can watch the touching video, dedicated to Sean, by clicking below.

There's been lots of Resident Evil news lately, including the announcement of a Resident Evil 2 remake and a bundle featuring Resident Evil HD Remaster and Resident Evil 0 HD, but that's not all Capcom has to announce. A new trailer for Resident Evil 0 HD has been released, showcasing a new game mode that lets you play as series villain Albert Wesker! You can check it out by clicking below.

Earlier this year, Capcom released Resident Evil HD Remaster, and they're following it up with Resident Evil 0 HD next year. If you're looking to pick up both, you can do so with one purchase. Capcom has just announced the Resident Evil Origins Collection, set to launch on January 19th for $39.99. This bundle includes physical versions of both games, making it the only way to pick up a physical copy of Resident Evil 0 HD. You can check out the trailer by clicking below!