Over the past few years, modded games have become a big part of the Smash community. Some mods, like Project M, have even come to find a home in the tournament circuit. However, more often than not, Smash mods require some degree of hacking and/or Homebrew. Just recently, a trailer was posted on Youtube showcasing a Melee mod that does not require any hacking, ISOs, or even Homebrew.

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Rumors are nothing more than rumors, and should always be taken with a grain of salt. That said, it appears that Reddit has caught wind of an upcoming new remake for Nintendo 3DS: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.

There was a video recently posted on YouTube of the title screen for the supposed 3DS remake. It's been removed since it was initially uploaded, but part of it has been preserved as a GIF, which you can find after the jump.

Modders aren't quite done with Half-Life yet. The recently released "Brutal Half-Life" mod allows for pure carnage and outrageous amounts of violence within the Black Mesa Research Facility and its surrounding areas. The mod includes mutilation of corpses, Michael Bay inspired explosions, new weapons, new death animations, and a updated, even more gruesome blood animation. Brutal Half-Life also features nods to Doom, and hopefully it can satisfy fans of both the original Half-Life and Doom.

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Last month, Twitch Plays Pokémon celebrated its one-year anniversary by returning to its roots to embark on a journey to complete the original Pokédex. For this anniversary run, a special, modified version of Pokémon Red was used. These modifications allowed all 151 Pokémon to be encountered without trading and also enabled legendary Pokémon to respawn if they were defeated in battle. Now, almost 39 days later, their task is complete. A viewer by the name of Bhuhbhu officially threw the Great Ball that caught the final Pokémon, Mewtwo. Of course, no perfect Pokédex is complete without obtaining the snazzy certificate that comes with it! Congratulations to everyone who participated in this momentous occasion!

About a week ago, we asked you guys to send us any questions you had relating to Nintendo, and you guys delivered! We got questions wacky, serious, interesting, and fun, and we've chosen a whole slew of them from all over the site, our Facebook page, and email, to answer on this week's episode of our Nintendo Week podcast!

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Over the past couple of years, Sony Pictures has been hard at work making a feature length movie based on a short film by Patrick Jean in which classic arcade icons attack New York City. This movie, titled Pixels, debuted its first trailer yesterday.

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The Sega Dreamcast was a console ahead time, and you can now remember its legacy with this nifty 3DS theme. Currently, it is only available in the Japan eShop for 200 yen (approximately $1.66 US).

This isn't the first Sega-console-inspired theme – Sega has already published themes featuring their different consoles, including the Mega Drive, Mark III, and Saturn. This could possibly be the very last profits Sega will ever have from its consoles.

Make the jump for a video displaying the theme.

There are tons of gaming enthusiast podcasts out in the wild, but almost none of the top-tier podcasts are made specifically for Nintendo fans. That's where we come in!

We here at Gamnesia are bringing you a new episode of "Nintendo Week," a podcast made for Nintendo fans by Nintendo fans. This week had a huge bombshell when Nintendo announced plans to develop smartphone games, as well as their next-gen console, currently codenamed "NX." This week, we dig really deep into that during our discussion section, recap the rest of Nintendo's news week during our news segment, and answer questions that you guys asked during the debut of our Q&A block. It's an extremely meaty episode this week, so be sure to head inside and give it a listen!

About one week ago, Ship to Shore PhonoCo. launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring Mother: The Original Arranged Soundtrack to the West for the first time. This soundtrack includes selected tracks from Mother that have been provided with an orchestral arrangement.

After only five days of funding, the project has reached its goal. More after the jump!

We're back with another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every Monday we pit two video games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. Super Metroid perfected the exploration-fueled action-platform style of the original Metroid and became the inspiration for many games that would follow. Metroid Fusion deviated a little from the established formula with a more missions-based gameplay style fused with story elements and terrifying encounters with the SA-X. Which of these classics is better? Click below to cast your vote and join the debate!