Fans of Uncharted can officially mark March 18th, 2016 as the release date for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. Not only do we now know the release date, but it was also revealed that you will be able to pick from various editions of the game.

See what the editions have after the jump!

Square Enix announced today that the highly-anticipated Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will launch on February 23rd, 2016. The game's pre-order bonuses operate on a tiered system, and it appears that players will receive more bonuses as more pre-orders are placed. The initial pre-order bonus is a selection of custom skins for Jensen, but additional bonuses can be "unlocked." Tier two brings a digital soundtrack and art book. Tier three unlocks an extra mission. Tier 4 adds a digital comic and novella, and finally, the fifth tier gives players the game four days early.

Additionally, a collector's edition will be available. This includes all of the pre-order bonuses from the various tiers as well as a collectible steelbook case and 8-inch Adam Jensen statue. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can check out images of the pre-order bonuses and collector's edition by clicking below.

YIIK: A Postmodern RPG, the upcoming EarthBound-inspired title from Two Brothers developer AckkStudios, has been turning heads at PAX, and it just became even more appealing. Composer Hiroki Kikuta, best known for his incredible work on Secret of Mana, has agreed to compose an arrangement for the game based on the three major themes written by AckkStudios composer Andrew Allanson.

Kikuta has been given free range to create whatever type of track he wishes based on the three themes, and the finished product will be featured in the game. This will also have an effect on the gameplay, as a section of the game will be designed to complement his arrangement. We look forward to seeing what he comes up with!

Star Wars Battlefront is one of the most highly-anticipated upcoming games, winning numerous awards at Gamescom (including "Best of Gamescom," "Most Wanted," and "Best Online Multiplayer"), but not everyone is sold. The game's development is being handled by EA DICE, the developer behind the highly successful Battlefield franchise, and many are worried that Battlefront will just feel like a Star Wars-skinned Battlefield game. DICE general manager Patrick Bach recently addressed this, asserting that the two games are as far apart as any two shooters can be. Click below for his thoughts.

Dragon Quest Heroes combines fan-favorite heroes, villains, and locations from the long-running Dragon Quest franchise with the combat-heavy battlefield style of Dynasty Warriors to create an action-packed gem of a game. It released in Japan earlier this year to high review scores and impressive sales numbers, and it's coming to the West (as a PlayStation 4 exclusive) in October. Some exciting new footage of the game was released at PAX Prime, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Inti Creates president Takuya Aizu and game director Koji Igarashi recently held a PAX Prime panel for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the Kickstarter-fueled spiritual successor to Castlevania. During the panel, it was revealed that you'll be able to customize your look in the game, choosing between different clothes, hats, masks, and hair colors. Aside from just aesthetic changes, these custom options will also give you different stat boosts, so you can get strategic with your look! It should be a nice touch to spice up the already much-hyped game.

During Gamescom, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata stated that the upcoming RPG would release before 2017, which gives it a 2016 launch window. Just to make sure there was no confusion, Tabata has clarified at PAX Prime that 2016 is indeed when the game is coming out. Adding to this, Tabata mentioned on the Active Time Report broadcast that Square Enix will hold a special event for the game in March 2016, and the release date will be announced at that time. Just a little while longer, Final Fantasy faithful!

As some of you may know, Jar Jar Binks, the most famously annoying film character of all time, has been confirmed to be making an appearance in the upcoming Disney Infinity 3.0. GoNintendo has just released footage of him in regular gameplay.

Jar Jar Binks narrates every second of the game, and he is as annoying as you would expect. His high-pitched, unnecessary narration is certainly going to be a really funny hazard to play around with.

Follow after the jump to check out the full video!

Many a gamer loves the wonderful worlds of Nintendo and its diverse breadth of games to explore, and many stick very closely to Nintendo's offerings. But if a Nintendo fan wants to branch out, a good starting point can be hard to find. So we sat down to talk about ten great games that Nintendo fans would love—whether they were directly inspired by Nintendo's hits or simply offer some of the same magic—on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo podcast here at Gamnesia. So if you're looking for new games to play, check out the discussion video after the jump and try out some of these awesome Nintendo alternatives.

Nobody expects a Spanish Inquisition leak!

We are just hours away from BioWare's Dragon Age: Past, Present, and Future panel at PAX Prime 2015, where the Edmonton-based developer is poised to discuss the current state of the celebrated franchise and show fans both in Seattle and online "a special sneak peek of what's to come." While the contents of this special sneak peek could be anyone's guess, some might already have a fair idea, as a trailer for a new single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition has been leaked ahead of time by EA Spain. Check out the leaked trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser after the jump!

Last week, Activision held a multiplayer beta for the upcoming title Call of Duty: Black Ops III on PlayStation 4, which was open to those who had pre-ordered the game (and eventually everyone else). Now, Activision has announced that the Black Ops III beta was the largest beta on the PS4 to date.

According to Activision and Sony, the Call of Duty: Black Ops III beta had more downloads, gameplay sessions, and hours of gameplay than any other beta that has taken place on the console, and was played by millions over the course of the event.

Two days ago Capcom dropped a surprise on fans by announcing the return of Rainbow Mika to Street Fighter. The fan-favorite character appeared just once in Street Fighter Alpha 3, and Capcom has decided to bring her back for Street Fighter V. She's currently playable on the show floor at PAX Prime, and ten minutes of footage has surfaced, showing her in action. Click below to check it out!

Retro-style indie hit Shovel Knight is already a top-notch platforming experience, but it's about to get bigger and better! Developer Yacht Club Games will be launching a free expansion for the game in September, letting players take control of the fan-favorite villain Plague Knight. Yacht Club Games brought the expansion to PAX, and IGN recorded footage of the upcoming content. You can check it out by clicking below!

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain may very well be the last entry in the historic franchise by series creator Hideo Kojima, and he's definitely going out on top. The upcoming open-world tactical espionage game, which shows the transformation of Big Boss from hero into villain, has been pulling in impressive reviews all around, including four perfect reviews from Famitsu. Konami is feeling very confident about the latest Metal Gear adventure, so much so that marketing executive Jon Edwards is guaranteeing it to be the game of the year! You can check out his thoughts below.

Shovel Knight, a retro-style indie hit from Yacht Club Games, has been racking up the sales as a digital-only release, and soon it will be available in stores as well. The retail version was originally listed at $20, but most stores have raised the price to $25 now. However, this price hike isn't just to bleed your wallet dry. The retail version of the game will now include the game's soundtrack, explaining the extra $5 charge. Currently, Amazon is still selling the game with a $20 price tag.