Those who subscribe to Nintendo Switch Online have access to a digital library of classic NES games, but thus far Nintendo hasn't expanded the library beyond that single console. That might be changing soon. Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime has been hinting at non-NES games coming to Nintendo Switch Online for some time now, and dataminers believe they've found evidence of Super Nintendo games on the way.

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Gearbox Software and its CEO, Randy Pitchford, are currently tangled up in an ugly legal battle with the company's former lawyer, Wade Callender. As we've previously reported, both sides are accusing the other of various financial crimes, and Callender also alleges sexual misconduct on Pitchford's part. Former Gearbox Vice President David Eddings vaguely tweeted out "Yes, it's true" when the news first broke, and he's since clarified his statement.

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After teasing some farewell levels for Celeste late last year, one of the game's co-creators, Matt Thorson, took to Twitter yesterday to detail exactly what we can expect from the upcoming DLC. Coming free to all platforms, these additional levels will be leaving the iconic strawberries behind, but they will feature a few new items and mechanics to make up for it. There's no word on when this DLC will be available, though they unfortunately won't be ready in time for the game's first anniversary on January 25th.

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Yesterday, documents surfaced showing that Gearbox and former general counsel Wade Callender are suing each other. Callender is accused of borrowing company money and never returning it, as well as living lavishly on the company card. Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford is accused of financial misdeeds at both Gearbox and a real estate business he owns along with Callender, as well as sexual misconduct. Since our last article on the developing story, Gearbox and Pitchford have issued new statements.

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Update: Past comments from Pitchford relevant to these accusations have surfaced, and Gearbox has issued another statement. You can read all the updated details inside. 

Original: Strap in for this one, folks. Gearbox has been at odds with their former general counsel, Wade Callender, for some time now, and things are getting heated. Callender, a longtime friend and business partner of Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, was accused of fraud by the company in November. According to Callender, it's the other way around, and Pitchford is the guilty party. With both sides accusing the other of contract breaches and fraud, lawsuits have been filed, and further explosive accusations have been made against Pitchford.

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Nintendo and Universal are teaming up for at least three theme parks, starting with the Super Nintendo World location in Japan that is set to open in 2020. We've heard reports of other planned attractions, including a sizable Zelda area at Universal's Islands of Adventure and a Pokémon area at Universal Orlando. These attractions were never formally confirmed by Universal, and now they might not be coming at all.

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Akira Toriyama's beloved Dragon Ball franchise is still going strong, and that's truer than ever when it comes to video games. Xenoverse 2 was a smash hit, and last year's FighterZ is the top-rated game in franchise history. With Dragon Ball Super: Broly pulling in positive reviews in Japan and set to hit the West in just a few days, it's the perfect time to capitalize on the hype with more gaming news, and Bandai Namco is doing exactly that.

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Yesterday, we reported that Destiny developer Bungie and publishing giant Activision are parting ways. The two prominent companies had a 10-year contract in place, but rising tensions between the two reached a boiling point when Forsaken failed to bring in the kind of money investors were hoping for, and the contract was terminated over two years early. Bungie will hold the publishing rights for Destiny going forward, and today we're seeing the impact of that change.

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Last year, we heard rumors of a live-action Mortal Kombat movie, and although it's true that such a project is in the works, it seems that script has long since been tossed out. It's unclear if any real progress has been made since then, but in the meantime, the rumor mill has brought us some more tantalizing claims. According to the latest buzz, Mortal Kombat is getting an animated movie.

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Bungie has been a major force in the video game industry ever since they launched the iconic Halo franchise in 2001. After years of Microsoft exclusivity, Bungie split from their parent company in 2007, losing the rights to Halo in the process. A few years later they teamed up with Activision on a 10-year contract to make Destiny, but ahead of that contract's expiration date, the two companies have agreed to part ways.

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Every now and then in-development games leak due to the discovery of a trademark, but today's trademark story is... something else entirely. Last year Nintendo successfully won a lawsuit against a Japanese company called MariCAR that was using Nintendo-replica go-karts and costumes without permission. MariCar has since re-branded as "MARI Mobility Development," and they recently filed a rather cheeky trademark to go with their karts.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 was one of the most critically acclaimed and financially successful games of 2018, and Rockstar is just getting started. The Western adventure will continue to be supported with regular updates for the foreseeable future, and a big one is dropping today. The rumors from last year have proven themselves correct: Red Dead Redemption 2 is getting another Battle Royale mode.

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As we reported in our recent Media Create sales coverage, Nintendo Switch has been selling like crazy since Black Friday. Holiday titles like Super Mario Party, Pokémon: Let's Go, and Super Smash Bros. are all huge hits, and evergreen titles like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe continue to perform admirably as well. All of this has boosted Switch sales to new heights in recent weeks, helping it achieve another milestone while gaining on a competitor with a massive head start.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate got off to a hot start in Japan with over 1.2 million sales at launch, and that momentum has stayed strong ever since. Typically Media Create publishes sales data every week, but they took one week off during the holiday season before coming back with a double-length report today. According to the latest data, Smash has gone on to sell over half a million copies just since Christmas Eve.

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Nintendo originally launched New Super Mario Bros. U on Wii U (just in case the name didn't give it away), but that platform's lack of success compelled Nintendo to give the platformer new life on Switch. The Deluxe version of the game comes with all DLC, some graphical upgrades, and some new playable characters and items. You can pick up the new and improved version tomorrow, and in the meantime, Nintendo has just released a new trailer to showcase its fun gameplay and newly-acquired portability on Switch.

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