Dragon Ball Super's run has come to a close after 131 episodes (though we're certain it won't really be gone for long), but there's already another Dragon Ball anime officially on the way. The new anime will be based off of the Super Dragon Ball Heroes game and is meant as a promotion for it, so it's not here to replace Dragon Ball Super on any kind of a permanent basis, but it's something to hold us over while we wait for news on a revival.

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It's been nearly 13 years since Kingdom Hearts II made its debut. The wait for the third major chapter has been long and excruciating, but there's finally a light at the end of the tunnel. Square Enix recently invited select members of the press to go hands-on with the game and meet some of the developers behind it. No release date was announced at the press event, but the reveal is on its way, and soon!

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Update: Now that the actual footage is out there, we've learned that the Fix-It Felix screen is actually showing part of Ralph's summoning, not a minigame.

Original: For those who don't know, several YouTubers and gaming news outlets were invited to experience a brand new demo of Kingdom Hearts III at a special premiere event. Attendees are not allowed to reveal any information about the game until tomorrow. However, one brave soul took one for the team. They took off-screen pictures of the demo and were promptly kicked out for it later. Fortunately, since I was not invited to this event, I'll share all the juicy details we know about the Kingdom Hearts III demo.

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Square Enix's ambitious new RPG Octopath Traveler is only a few months away from release. In preparation, more details have been given about the final two playable characters, Cyrus and Ophilia, including their exclusive abilities both in and out of battle.

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After months of waiting, the second character in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT's season pass has finally been revealed. Locke Cole, the "treasure hunter" from Final Fantasy VI, is now a part of Square Enix's massive crossover fighting game.

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We've known for months now that Activision's next big entry in the popular Call of Duty franchise is none other than Black Ops 4, but few official details have been confirmed for the upcoming game. That all changes today, as Activision is holding a special Community Reveal Event to give us a good idea of what we can expect.

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Over the past few days you may have stumbled upon some leaked images of strange new device from Microsoft. What is this mysterious flat controller? Today we have our answer in full! As part of Microsoft's continued effort to making their products and services more accessible to everyone, they've officially unveiled the Xbox Adaptive Controller—a new way to play for people with disabilities.

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Back in March we got the exciting news that Okami HD is officially coming to Nintendo Switch. The beloved Capcom game will be available worldwide on August 9th when it makes its way to a Nintendo platform for the first time in a decade. So far Capcom has only confirmed that the game is coming to eShop as a digital release, but if you're holding out hope for a physical release at retail, there might be a chance.

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Gamers in Japan were just treated to a wonderful look into the history of one of the most beloved franchises of all time. "Satoshi Tajiri: the Man Who Created Pokémon" is a new educational manga that just released in Japan, providing insight into the origins of Game Freak's hit franchise. In addition to being a fun and informative nostalgia trip, the manga also provides a look at early Pokémon designs, including a rare peak at some monsters that were cut from the final game.

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We're less than a month away from E3 now, and you can practically taste the exciting game announcements that await us just around the corner. Most of the focus will be on the major presentations from companies like Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft, but E3 is also home to the Coliseum. Geoff Keighley's main stage will host numerous guests throughout the convention, and famed developer Hideo Kojima will be among them.

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Back in March we learned the exciting news that Okami HD is officially coming to Nintendo Switch. Okami launched to critical acclaim in 2006, and Capcom gave it a fresh coat of paint with an HD re-release in 2012. Nintendo fans unfortunately haven't been able to play the new and improved version up to this point, but that's all changing soon.

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Koei Tecmo and Nintendo have gotten quite chummy in recent years. The two Japanese developers originally partnered up to create Hyrule Warriors, a Zelda-themed take on Koei's long-running Dynasty Warriors franchise. The game performed better than expected, and the two companies partnered up again for Fire Emblem Warriors last year. What's next for their relationship? If Koei's President gets his way, it'll be a Mario collaboration.

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A new Super Smash Bros. game is headed to Nintendo Switch, and it will feature prominently at this year's E3. If you can't make it out to the big event in LA, there's still a chance you can go hands-on with Smash early. Nintendo has just announced a series of public Smash events and tourneys starting just after E3 and heading into July.

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The gaming world has been set ablaze by Pokémon rumors this week, and they're starting to look more and more likely. According to multiple sources, Game Freak is returning to Kanto for two games on Switch: Pokémon Let's Go! Pikachu and Pokémon Let's Go! Eevee. As of yesterday, both of those phrases have just been registered as domain names.

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If you're familiar with Super Mario 64 modders, Kaze is likely one of the first names that comes to your mind. He has made countless popular mods, including one that features the capturing mechanics of Super Mario Odyssey and another that meshes the gameplay of Mario 64 with the world of Ocarina of Time. Now, Kaze has created something nobody expected: an open world map suitable for a Battle Royale mode.

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