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Last week, Nintendo treated Zelda fans worldwide to a brand new trailer for Breath of the Wild. It was a fantastic look beyond the Great Plateau, showcasing areas and people we've never seen up until this point. As awesome as all of this is, I think the best part of the trailer is that it raises a number of significant questions about who and what we can expect to find across Hyrule. The biggest one in my mind, however, are the identities of the one or two mysterious women we're introduced to. Who are these characters, and what role do they play in the story?

Head inside for my thoughts and be sure to let me know what you think!

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the most highly-anticipated Nintendo games in years, and Nintendo has been keeping the hype strong with regular video teasers that highlight its features. One area that Nintendo hasn't spent much time on thus far is Breath of the Wild's story, especially in relation to previous games. While there are plenty of theories floating around based on the footage we've seen so far, Nintendo hasn't revealed the next Zelda adventure's place in the timeline, and they should keep it that way. Hit the jump for more!

There are tons of gaming podcasts in the wild, but Nintendo Week stands alone as it recaptures all the fun of Nintendo in the form of a weekly show. Every episode brings news recaps, discussions, games, music, and more to create a show for all kinds of Nintendo fans, whether they're new or old, passionate or passing-by.

Join Alex, Colin, and Ben, as we answer your questions all about Nintendo Switch in the Mystery House, including questions about 3D platformers, Mother 3's international release, Decidueye joining Smash Bros. to represent Pokémon Sun and Moon, and more. Then we hold a long discussion segment all about the overwhelmingly cool new trailer for Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which was revealed at The Game Awards earlier this week.

You can check out all this and tons more in the episode after the jump—or if you'd like to save it to listen later, you can check the latest episode out on iTunes, available now. And be sure to head inside to get a rundown of all the Nintendo news from the past week!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. Last week's Game Clash was a battle of two bizarre RPGs, and SNES classic EarthBound took just under 55% of the vote to beat out indie darling Undertale.

This week's match-up features a pair of team-based shooters with personality. Team Fortress 2 originally launched as part of The Orange Box back in 2007, and it quickly became one of the most beloved team-based shooters around. Overwatch released earlier this year to high praise, and it has already pulled in multiple game awards. Which critically-acclaimed team shooter is better? Click below to cast your vote and help us decide!

Over the past few days, Hello Games has broken their silence concerning the controversial debacle that is No Man's Sky. While perhaps no one got an apology, or whatever it is would-be fans wanted from front man Sean Murray, what we did get is a step in the right direction that should help tide players over as the game seemingly begins to come to fruition with future updates. Much like No Man's Sky, other games have had poor launches that led developers to work tirelessly in an attempt to give players exactly what they wanted through updates. These major updates can completely change someone's negative view into a positive one. So, is there a game you think deserve a complete overhaul?

Make the jump for more information!

Last year, we learned that Nintendo is teaming up with Universal Studios to create Nintendo theme park attractions, and today we finally got an update on the two companies' vision for these experiences. According to Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto and Universal's Mark Woodbury, these will be fully immersive attractions that will make customers feel like they're walking right into a Nintendo game. With so many great options to choose from, which game or franchise do you most want to see come to life as a theme park attraction? Hit the jump to join the discussion!

There are tons of gaming podcasts in the wild, but Nintendo Week stands alone as it recaptures all the fun of Nintendo in the form of a weekly show. Every episode brings news recaps, discussions, games, music, and more to create a show for all kinds of Nintendo fans, whether they're new or old, passionate or passing-by.

Join Alex, Colin, and Ben, as we break down another huge amount of Nintendo news, including EA's support for Switch, Phil Spencer's wish to see Banjo in Smash, what feels like yet another delay for Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and tons of reports about Nintendo Switch's software lineup. After the break, we sit down to talk about the newly-launched Pokémon Sun and Moon, and our full thoughts on what they do so right and so wrong. You can check out all this and tons more in the episode after the jump—or if you'd like to save it to listen later, you can check the latest episode out on iTunes, available now. And be sure to head inside to get a rundown of all the Nintendo news from the past week!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. We just wrapped up a month of Pokémon Game Clashes, and you voted Generation II: Gold, Silver, and Crystal as the best Pokémon games of all time.

This week's Game Clash stars a pair of quirky RPGs with passionate fan bases. EarthBound is virtually synonymous with "cult hit," and its mix of humor, dark themes, and modern setting made it a unique and fantastic experience that kept players on their toes at all times. Indie sensation Undertale draws inspiration from EarthBound but feels unique itself thanks to its all-important morality focus (and the multiple endings associated with it) and a memorable cast of characters. Which of these fan-favorite RPGs is best? Click below to cast your vote!

Pokémon Sun and Moon are out in the wild now (except in Europe, but it's coming soon!), and millions of players are currently exploring the Alola region. Of course, a new region means dozens of new Pokémon to discover, capture, and train, and Alola offers a mixture of diverse, new monsters and new forms for old favorites. Of all of the creatures you've encountered in Pokémon Sun and Moon so far, which one is your favorite? Hit the jump to share your thoughts and join in the discussion!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. We've been doing a month of Pokémon battles in preparation for the launch of Pokémon Sun and Moon, and now that they're here, it's time for one final showdown. Over the past few weeks, you voted for Generation II over Generation I, Generation III over Generation IV, and Generation V over Generation VI, and now the winners are going head to head. Click below to cast your vote and decide the Pokémon champion!

Pokémon Sun and Moon are coming out tomorrow (hype!), and we at Gamnesia wanted to celebrate—that's why, for the eighteen days leading up to the launch, we've been revealing our team's Top Ten Pokémon of each of the eighteen Types! We're nearly at the end of this journey, but we still have one Type left to discuss: the newest of them all, the Fairy-Type. While we may be distracted by our impatient need for midnight to hurry up and get here, we still managed to sit down and work out which ten of these magical creatures are our favorites.

So make the jump and check out our Top Ten Fairy-Type Pokémon!

Pokémon Sun and Moon are just two days from launch, and we at Gamnesia wanted to celebrate—that's why, for the eighteen days leading up to the games' release, we've been revealing our team's Top Ten Pokémon of each of the eighteen Types! Today, it's finally time to turn our attention to one of the series' most powerful creatures: the Dragon-Types. There are ton of mighty Pokémon to choose from, including a number of Legendaries, but we've managed to go through them all and pick out the ten our group likes best.

So, without further ado, make the jump for our Top Ten Dragon-Type Pokémon!

The last new Zelda game on home console was Skyward Sword in 2011, and after multiple delays, fans are dying to get their hands on Breath of the Wild. Many assume that it will launch alongside Nintendo Switch in March, but Nintendo has never committed to that, and over the past few days we've heard rumblings from multiple sources like Eurogamer, Emily Rogers, and Liam Robertson stating that the long-awaited Zelda title won't be ready in time for the new console's debut. If that proves to be true, will you still buy Nintendo Switch on day one? Hit the jump to join the discussion!

Pokémon Sun and Moon are launching this Friday, and we at Gamnesia wanted to celebrate—that's why, for the eighteen days leading up to the games' launch, we've been revealing our team's Top Ten Pokémon of each of the eighteen Types! As we enter the final few days before the seventh generation, we're setting our sights on the frigid, cold-loving Ice-Types. We've gone through the list and had Delibird check it twice, and now we're ready to present our ten favorites from this group.

So grab yourself a cup of hot chocolate or a warm bowl of soup, then make the jump for our Top Ten Ice-Type Pokémon!

Back in 2013, Swedish indie developer Ludosity released a charming little game called Ittle Dew. Drawing heavy inspiration from Nintendo's Legend of Zelda franchise, Ittle Dew was a fun, puzzle-filled experience, but it left something to be desired in terms of game length, exploration, and combat. Ludosity promised a bigger, better sequel with improved combat and an increased focus on adventure, and Ittle Dew 2 is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam. Does it live up to those promises and improve on the strengths of the first game? Ludosity provided me with a review copy of the game, so I dug in to find out!