2018 is almost over, which means we're only a few months away from the highly anticipated release of Kingdom Hearts III. Since we're so close to the game's launch, Square Enix has been pumping out trailers and gameplay footage like crazy at this year's Tokyo Game Show.

Recently, we got our first look at the world based around Disney's Big Hero 6. The world captures the heart of San Fransokyo and it looks like players will be facing off against the "bugs" that had invaded Jiminy's journal in Kingdom Hearts Coded. It's only been a few days since that trailer was posted, but now Square has uploaded a much longer trailer, showing off more of San Fransokyo and revealing the return of some fan-favorite characters, such as Vexen, Demyx, and Roxas.

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Hold it! If you're an Ace Attorney fan, Capcom has some exciting news. Announced earlier at Tokyo Game Show 2018, the original Ace Attorney trilogy is coming to a PC or console near you!

The trilogy includes Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tribulations, and will be updated with higher resolution graphics, more save slots, and a helpful check feature during investigations. The Ace Attorney trilogy will be available on Steam, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One when it launches early next year.

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Update: Telltale has issued an official statement, which can be read inside the article.

Original: It's a sad day at Telltale Games. The studio quickly rose to fame and popularity with its narrative-driven games, earning the right to bring many famous licensed properties to the world of gaming. Unfortunately, some of their recent releases haven't been as successful as Telltale had hoped, leading to financial woes for the company. Today that manifested in a big way.

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Indie sensation Undertale has finally made its way to Switch, and given how much inspiration it drew from EarthBound, it feels right at home on the Nintendo console. For the most part, Undertale on Switch is the same experience on other platforms, but some players have discovered a rather key dialogue difference that may be pointing to creator Toby Fox's next game.

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Devil May Cry is back in a big way! Following months of rumors, Capcom officially unveiled the next entry in the hack-and-slash franchise at this year's E3. Two months later we got another trailer and Capcom revealed that Dante's next adventure would drop on March 8th, 2019. With Tokyo Game Show in full swing, Capcom's back with two more trailers today, including a look at a crossover with another of their popular franchises.

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Bandai Namco Entertainment and FromSoftware recently teamed up to bring Dark Souls Remastered to modern consoles, but the Nintendo Switch version wasn't ready in time for launch. After a lengthy delay, the punishing game will finally launch on Nintendo's hybrid console on October 19th. Bandai promised that ahead of the game's launch they'd make a Network Test available on Switch, and today's the day!

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Well, that didn't take long. Nintendo just launched Nintendo Switch Online, and the new online membership service includes access to a digital library of NES games. There were 20 titles available at launch, and Nintendo is adding more at a rate of about three per month. Some fans aren't willing to wait for the goods, however. In virtually no time at all, at least one has gone ahead and added more himself.

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The launch of Mega Man 11 is just around the corner, and Capcom is cranking up the hype. As part of their Tokyo Game Show lineup, they've just dropped two new trailers for the upcoming action-platformer. The first is an English trailer that introduces a new robot master named Tundra Man, while the latter is a much more extensive Japanese trailer that introduces the final villain, Acid Man, and gives us a good look at both of their stages and more.

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Remember how the new God of War was declared the fastest-selling PlayStation 4 exclusive to date? Well, that record sure didn't last! Insomniac's Spider-Man hit store shelves less than two weeks ago on September 7th, but it didn't need anywhere near that amount of time to hit some impressive milestones. In just its first three days on the market, Spider-Man sold over 3.3 million copies.

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Capcom is just four months away from revitalizing one of their all-time greats for a modern audience. Resident Evil 2 will soon rise again, recreated in Resident Evil VII's RE Engine and featuring retooled gameplay, controls, and camera options. With Tokyo Game Show 2018 in full swing in Japan, Capcom has just dropped a new story trailer for the game, and you won't want to miss it!

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If you're like me and you've had a Goku-sized hole in your heart since Dragon Ball Super went on an extended hiatus earlier this year, cheer up! Goku, Vegeta, and other friends and foes will be returning for the first official Dragon Ball Super movie later this year. Shortly after the film's initial showing in Japan, it's headed to North America in English.

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For too long there has been an injustice in the world of Dragon Ball FighterZ. The critically acclaimed anime-to-fighting-game adaptation has a star-studded cast of fantastic characters, but thus far a fan-favorite has been relegated to a supporting role. That's changing soon. Thanks to the latest issue of V-Jump in Japan, we now have official confirmation that Android 17 is on the way to FighterZ as a standalone character.

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Yesterday, Capcom sent out a press release indicating that they expected to suffer financial losses as a result of canceling development projects at their Vancouver branch. This, unfortunately, would turn out to be a sign of things to come. The Vancouver branch was Capcom's biggest footing in the West and the team behind the Dead Rising franchise, but soon it will be no more.

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Game Freak just keeps the goodies rolling! Today we got another new trailer for Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! on Nintendo Switch, and this time there was a dual focus. After opening with a shot of Moltres, the trailer dives into features unlocked by connecting to Pokémon GO. After that, it shifts focus back to Moltres and other Legendary Pokémon to show how you'll capture them.

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In recent years, Nintendo has found massive success with a pair of plug-and-play retro consoles known as the NES Classic and SNES Classic. These popular stocking stuffers have been consistently sold out, easily moving millions of units in no time. Sony noticed. Not to be outdone, they've just unveiled the PlayStation Classic, and it's coming out later this year!

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