It's been a wild ride since Dragon Ball Super made its debut in 2015. Goku, Vegeta, and friends have discovered other universes, battled gods, faced off against old foes, traveled to the future, and broken past their limits time and time again. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, and Toei Animation recently announced that episode 131 will be the final Dragon Ball Super story. If you've been loving this Dragon Ball revival, don't fret! There's no way the series is gone for long.

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Have you ever wished your morning routine could be just a little more retro? We've got you covered. The "Game Boy Game Over Alarm Clock" is an officially licensed Nintendo product that lets you wake up to nostalgia. You can change the time via the buttons on the front, and you'll be awakened by the sweet sounds of the Super Mario Land theme music every morning.

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It's been an incredible year for Nintendo. Their new console is selling at a record-setting pace, Mario and Zelda have each won numerous Game of the Year Awards, and they successfully launched profitable mobile versions of Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing. So why, as the fiscal year is drawing to a close, did Nintendo's stock just drop nearly 3%?

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Capcom is showing a lot of love to one of their oldest and most successful franchises this year. In addition to the upcoming launch of Mega Man 11, a new cartoon take on Mega Man is slated to drop on Cartoon Network later this year. We recently got a look at some of the show's robot masters, and today we have more information on the plot, straight from distributor DHX Media.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ has been impressing fans for months, and it will soon be even better. Eight DLC characters are planned for the anime fighter, and Broly and Bardock will be released on March 28th. If you're planning to fight as the Legendary Super Saiyan, you'll want to stay up to date with all his attacks. Thankfully, Bandai Namco has just released a new video that gets up close and personal with Broly, breaking down all his moves.

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You may not be aware of it, but the SEGA dream lives on today. It may not be through the middling success of Sonic the Hedgehog (it'll bounce back from Sonic Forces, right?), but through the excellence shown in their very own Yakuza franchise, a series that has always been more popular in Japan than in North America up until the globally successful release of Yakuza 0 last year. A blend of over-the-top beat-em-up action and RPG elements, the Yakuza series stands as SEGA's competitor to Grand Theft Auto. The series offers a solemn, serious story not dissimilar in tone to the Metal Gear Solid franchise, with hours of minigames and distracting sidequests. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is not only an excellent conclusion to this high-quality action series, but it refines its best traits to the point of greatness.

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The day is finally here, Pikachu fans! Detective Pikachu launched in Japan back in 2016, and now it's finally available in the West. The new version of the game that just launched in North America and Europe (with Australia to follow tomorrow) comes with triple the content of the original, with nine cases to solve. Nintendo has uploaded an extensive launch trailer to celebrate the game's release.

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Nintendo Switch has been on the market for a year now (with record-setting results), and the platform is already home to great Nintendo franchises like Mario, Zelda, Fire Emblem, and Splatoon. That lineup will get even better in the future, with games like Metroid and Super Smash Bros. on the way. Even so, Nintendo's catalog is vast, and there are plenty of franchises that haven't yet been announced for Switch. Which one do you want the most?

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Earlier this week, THQ announced a partnership with Nickelodeon to bring some beloved classic games to modern systems. Many people were quick to notice the 3D platformer Tak and the Power of Juju on that list. If you were growing up in the early 2000s, you likely remember the game from its heavy marketing on Nickelodeon. If you played the game like myself, you'll remember a quirky adventure game that was full of great voice talents, fun level design, and tons of collectibles.

This series needs to see a proper reboot. Head inside to find out why.

Video game movies aren't exactly known for their quality. One look at recent forays into the genre such as Warcraft or Assassin's Creed provides all the evidence we need to back that up. Despite this, we're still seeing attempt after attempt to capitalize on these franchises, with the most recent being Square Enix's Tomb Raider. The publisher has been quite successful with the franchise reboot in game form, but how does the transition to the big screen hold up?

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After exceeding expectations on Wii U and 3DS, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition just made its Nintendo Switch debut in Japan. The rest of the world has to wait another two months for the Switch version, but you don't have to wait to get a good look at it. Thanks to a pair of comparison videos from GameXplain and Nintendo Wire, we've got plenty of side-by-side footage of the game on Wii U and Switch.

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Toys "R" Us has been one of the biggest names in toys for decades, and for many it was once a haven for young video game fans. Unfortunately the company has found itself in a dire financial situation, and they recently announced plans to shut down all of their locations in the US and the UK. With this once-beloved retailer soon set to close its doors for good, we want to know what fond childhood memories you associated with Toys "R" Us.

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In case you forgot, a brand new Mega Man show is debuting later this year on Cartoon Network. The series is currently being made at Man of Action Studios, who've created some well-known cartoons in the past, such as Ben 10 and Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man.

Since we're getting closer to the premiere of this new Mega Man cartoon, promotional material has started to show up. Most recently, a piece of art surfaced that depicts Mega Man himself, as well as a few robot masters.

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Early last week developer Realtech VR announced plans to remaster the first three Tomb Raider games for release on Steam. A few videos were uploaded to YouTube to show off the progress of the remastering process, and Realtech VR planned to release the remasters as free updates to the existing games on Steam. Unfortunately, Square Enix has already pulled the plug.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was one of the highest-rated games of 2017, a decorated winner of numerous Game of the Year Awards, and is already one of the top-selling games in Zelda history. With the Champions' Ballad DLC out in the wild, Nintendo has already moved on from this masterpiece and onto their next, confirming last December that the next Zelda is already in development. If you're Nintendo, how can you possibly go about topping Breath of the Wild? We've got a few ideas in mind, and you can check them out by clicking below!