A few months ago, the Mother 3 fansite released their translation tools for fans to tinker around with. Almost immediately after the tool's release, user CrabbyRhys set out to polish the current fan translation and rewrite the entire English script. Of course, this endeavor will take an extremely long time, but it seems to be well worth the effort and wait. From the screenshots provided, the translation seems to be coming along nicely with lines like "Well that's a nope" keeping that Mother charm the series is known for.

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Donkey Kong was released way back in 1981, so it comes as a surprise that people are still finding out new things about the legendary platformer.

Unused music and sound bites have been discovered in the game's code by a user on the website The Cutting Room Floor. Using the MAME debugger, the user found three pieces of music and two sound clips of the damsel in distress, Pauline.

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Can you believe that Naughty Dog has been around for 30 years now? The popular studio may now be known as the Sony-owned developer in charge of games like Uncharted and The Last of Us, but their history stretched back decades before those days. Originally called "Jam Software," the studio developed games for Sega Genesis and even 3D0 before hitting it big with Crash Bandicoot on PlayStation, and eventually joining the PlayStation family as first-party studio. A documentary celebrating 30 years of Naughty Dog is currently in the works, and you can check out a promo video by clicking below!

Great news Pokémon fans! Today, Nintendo announced that two Pokémon spin-off titles from the Game Boy Color will be heading to the 3DS Virtual Console in early November.

Pokémon Puzzle Challenge, a Pokémon adaptation of Tetris Attack, will be available on the Virtual Console starting November 6th for $4.99; Pokémon Trading Card Game, a video game adaptation of the real-life trading card game, will be available on November 13th for $5.99.

When Microsoft made the decision to launch a home console, they did so with one ace in the hole: a game from Bungie called Halo: Combat Evolved. Since then, Halo has gone on to become the face of the Xbox brand (and, in fact, now a Microsoft-owned franchise) and one of the biggest names in gaming. The Halo series as a whole has just passed the 60 million sales mark, making it one of the most successful video game franchises of all time. That number will continue to grow steadily, as Halo: The Master Chief Collection launches later this year and Halo 5: Guardians follows in 2015.

YouTube channel AccordingToSCIENCE spent an amount of time so long that I'm not sure I can even fathom it going through all of the great Nintendo 64 tunes and sorting out the best of the best. The result? A top 100 countdown list of amazing Nintendo music that's over four hours long and managed to catch the eyes of Game Informer. Music from Nintendo classics like Super Mario 64Ocarina of Time, and Banjo-Kazooie are all included in one massive,  fantastic, nostalgia-fueled video, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Here at Gamnesia we have a weekly segment every Monday called Game Clash where we match up two games and let you choose the winner. The good folks at Nintendo who run the Nintendo Minute videos have just kicked off a series that does something similar. Called "Nintendo Minute DEBATE!!," the debut episode poses the question, "Which game was more influential: Super Mario World or Super Mario Bros. 3?" Hit the jump to watch the video and join the debate!

Everyone who follows video games knows the story of Nintendo 3DS by now. The ambitious handheld sold great on day one with lots of people interested in checking out that fancy new stereoscopic 3D, but after the initial surge, sales were abysmal for months. In order to spark sales before the holidays, Nintendo slashed the price by $80. That, coupled with some hits games like Mario Kart 7, sparked a turnaround, and 3DS started selling like wildfire.

Unfortunately for Nintendo, sales have slowed again, and pretty dramatically. 3DS was expected to sell 18 million units win 2013, but only sold 12 million, and sales have declined further in 2014. As of the latest update, 3DS is now selling slower in the US than PSP, DS, Game Boy Advance, and Game Boy Color. Hit the jump for the breakdown. 

In a recent interview, Junichi Masuda spoke out regarding the potential of a new Pokémon Snap game. Pokémon Snap is an on-rails first person shooter for the Nintendo 64 where the object of the game is to take pictures of wild Pokémon for points. Both a remake and a new installment have been high demand from fans of the franchise, and it seems that their pleas have reached Masuda.

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If you were hoping to see some good old-fashioned Pokémon titles on the Virtual Console, Game Freak has unfortunately squashed those hopes. Speaking to Game Informer, company producer Junichi Masuda and director Shigeru Ohmori explained that the development studio’s focus has been on bringing remade, updated games to the table instead of releasing the original titles.

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