Today marks the rerelease of another round of beloved Capcom classics. After two months since its surprise reveal, Mega Man Collection 2 finally hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam today for $20 USD, bringing Mega Man 7, 8, 9, and 10 to modern hardware with a number of bonus features and special add-ons.

Check out our review roundup for Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 after the jump, as well as the launch trailer!

Crash may have set the stage for future remakes.After a seven-year hiatus (counting mobile games), gaming's favorite bandicoot returned in Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy to resounding success this past June. The game has been praised by fans and critics alike, and it has some very impressive sales numbers to boot. During their quarterly financial conference call last week, Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg hinted that a lot more remastered content like N. Sane will be coming soon.

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The long-anticipated Sonic Mania will finally hit digital storefronts this time next week, and yet there's still plenty more about the game left to uncover. Aside from the traditional single-player campaigns as Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles, Mania will be hosting ample amounts of bonus content for eager players to sink their teeth into, including a number of features Sonic veterans will be familiar with.

A pair of trailers have gone up to highlight these new modes. We now have our first look at the Special Stages in motion, the Bonus Stages—which feature the grand return of Blue Spheres from Sonic 3 & Knuckles—Time Attack mode, and the game's Competition Mode.

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The release of Axiom Verge on Nintendo Switch has been officially postponed to October 17th, according to creator Thomas Happ. The title was originally scheduled to come to the Switch sometime in August, coinciding with the release of the game's special edition on all platforms; however, given the lack of news about the Switch port ever since its announcement back in June, many people had already guessed that the game wouldn't be able to reach its launch window.

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Last year, Overwatch celebrated its first seasonal event, the Summer Games, inspired by the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. This event brought new skins and cosmetics to the game, as well as a new game mode, "Lúcioball," in which players would participate in a makeshift game of soccer using Lúcio's Soundwave ability (also known as the "boop"). On August 8th, Blizzard is bringing back the Summer Games event, only with new skins, new cosmetics, and a new map for Lúcioball. 

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Many Nintendo fans are worried that they may not be able to get their hands on the upcoming retro gaming system, the SNES Classic Edition. While the NES Classic suffered from various supply issues and was eventually discontinued after about half a year, Nintendo is looking to give everyone a better chance to purchase the SNES Classic.

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Super Mario Odyssey is on the horizon, but for some fans like YouTube user Aurum, it is not enough. Such is the reason for the existence of "Neo Mario Galaxy," a fan-made modification to Super Mario Galaxy 2 that can be added to any homebrew-able Wii or Wii U. Featuring new creative and challenging Mario levels, this fanmade project might just be enough for Super Mario fiends to get their fix before the next official Mario platformer.

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While the New Nintendo 2DS XL just launched in July, the original 2DS is still getting love from stores even now, and so are people in the market for low-cost option to play the 3DS library. Nintendo has just revealed that a new, $80.00 bundle that features a red and white Nintendo 2DS and a digital copy of New Super Mario Bros. 2 will release on August 25th.

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Really powerful Salazzles can be hard to come by in Pokémon Sun and Moon, especially since only the rare female Salandits can evolve into the coveted poison/fire-type Pokémon. In an upcoming distribution, it looks like GameStop will help rectify the situation by delivering this Pokémon to Alolan trainers.

Make the jump to learn more about what the Salazzle in this distribution is made of!

Splatoon 2 is out in the masses of squid kids everywhere, which means the next Splatfest for the game is coming soon. It won't be coming alone, though! Starting in the Ketchup v. Mayonnaise event this upcoming weekend, a new map will also be added to the game. This stage, the Shifty Station, will morph into new layouts from Splatfest to Splatfest, and as such, it will only be playable during these exciting Inkling events.

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Movie-loving Pokémon fans, rejoice! The Pokémon Company has announced that the twentieth film for the beloved franchise—Pokémon: I Choose You!—will be releasing later this year to fans everywhere. Luckily, that is not all, because for the first time in years, Pokémon will be hitting the silver screen in select theaters worldwide for a special two-day event.

Jump inside the article to see how you might be able to see I Choose You! in the cinema!

Last week, following the Pokémon GO Fest in Chicago, Niantic Labs released the legendary Pokémon Lugia and Articuno in Pokémon GO. These Pokémon, the rarest creatures of all, have been highly anticipated since the game's launch, and their release inspired millions of people to go back to playing the game. In fact, market research firm Sensor Tower claims that the day of the legendaries' release, July 23rd, was the app's highest-grossing day since its launch in June 2016.

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The original Pokkén Tournament was a hit with players who wanted an arcade-style fighting experience on consoles. Fight pads that could replicate arcade-like controls were also a hit, so it only makes sense that company HORI would make another officially licensed fight pad, this time for the Nintendo Switch release: Pokkén Tournament DX.

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Custom skins for Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons have been on the rise since the console came out five months ago, and the creative designs just keep coming. A fan has now even crafted Joy-Cons to resemble Poké Balls to really capture their unique essence of joy when playing.

Cringey puns aside, you should make the jump to see how these fanmade Joy-Cons look!

Have you ever wished that the Guardians from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild were real? Or that they were shrunken down just a bit to be less lethal? If so, Adafruit Industries has you covered, as they have created an original 3D model of the Guardian that moves and lights up too!

Make the jump to take a look at the most realistic version of a Guardian this side of Hyrule.