A prominent modder known as Fooni has started working on a new multiplayer mod for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Although it might be some time before the mod is completed—Fooni estimates that it would take about a year for it to reach a playable state—this mod would allow players to visit each other’s worlds and explore Hyrule together in full co-op.

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Pokémon GO has received a significant boost from its first live event, Pokémon GO Fest in Chicago. Trainers have unlocked legendary Pokémon for all GO players, and Lugia and Articuno are the first legendaries players have been able to get their hands on, with both Zapdos and Moltres promised to be on the way.

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Lately the European Intellectual Property Office has had several new listings for Nintendo controllers for the NES, SNES, and Nintendo Switch. What is more surprising, though, is they received a new controller patent for the Nintendo 64. Given the grouping and timing of the files, many are speculating that Nintendo is getting ready to release a Nintendo 64 Classic.

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As a big fan of Level-5's Professor Layton franchise, I had been waiting for Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy to be released since I first heard about it a year ago. I was afraid of what I might find, though. The last game we got was a mobile spin-off in 2013 entitled Layton Brothers: Mystery Room. While I seem to be the only person I know who even somewhat enjoyed it, I was fearful that this new game would follow in its footsteps too closely. I've been playing Millionaires' Conspiracy since it released this past Thursday, however, and I have, for the most part, been pleasantly surprised with what I found.

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The Archie Sonic comics may be over after 24 years of serials, but the regrettable fallout between SEGA of America and Archie Comics did not spell the end of Sonic the Hedgehog in comics.

IDW Publishing, renowned for their licensed comic book adaptations, is confirmed to be working on a new line of Sonic comics as part of a budding new partnership with SEGA. The news broke from the Sonic social channels over the course of San Diego Comic-Con 2017, and IDW staffer Joe Hughes was later revealed via the comic publisher as the new series' editor.

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Almost three weeks remain until Sonic Mania finally launches on digital storefronts. San Diego Comic-Con 2017 is wrapping up today, and among the many panels hosted at the blockbuster convention was the Mania developer panel last night, starring lead programmers Christian Whitehead and Simon Thomley, Sonic series director Takashi Iizuka, social media manager Aaron Webber, Mania composer Tee Lopes, and artist Tom Fry.

The panel gave a behind-the-scenes look into Sonic Mania's production since it was first pitched to Iizuka in early 2016, as well as a sneak peek into the game's story and its Special Stages. Read on after the jump for more, but be wary of spoilers!

One of the biggest questions we had at the launch of Pokémon GO last year was concerning the lack of legendary Pokémon such as Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. Today, it was revealed exactly why Niantic waited to release these beasts into the wild. With boss raids being only a recent inclusion in the game, there is finally a way for regular Pokémon to size up against legendary Pokémon, and their powers cannot be underestimated.

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Longtime readers of Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog series have waited with bated breath since the start of the year over its fate. Since its 1992 debut, the Sonic comics were defined by its grandiose world-building, a wider array of and focuses on different characters, and memorable storytelling with every passing issue over the years. In January 2017, however, monthly solicits came to an abrupt hiatus, and subscribers were left without any official disclosure regarding upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic Universe issues, as well as the final installment of Sonic: MEGA DRIVE.

After months of silence, word has finally come from the Sonic social media channels yesterday, announcing that SEGA of America's partnership with Archie Comics has now come to an end.

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Sonic Forces pits the Blue Blur against a host of familiar foes from the series' past, but among the returning adversarial all-stars like Shadow and Chaos 0 comes a new evil by the name of "Infinite." While little is known about Infinite, his abilities, or his motives, SEGA dropped a new trailer for the upcoming holiday release just in time for San Diego Comic-Con, this time focusing on the recently revealed villain.

Hit the jump for the new trailer, plus an extra, musically-focused one!

It's not too unusual to see a Kingdom Hearts game feature multiple playable characters. In fact, half of the games in the series focus on more than one person. However, the main numbered entries in Kingdom Hearts have always followed Sora's journey. Now in Kingdom Hearts III, Tetsuya Nomura is teasing the revelation of a second playable character.

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At E3, Gamnesia had the opportunity to sit down and discuss Total War: Warhammer 2 (or as fans rightly call it, "Total Warhammer 2") with Game Director Ian Roxburgh. Following the success of the first Total War: Warhammer game, which merged the Total War gameplay with Games Workshop's popular (and also dead) Warhammer Fantasy universe, what will Creative Assembly do to make the sequel even better, and what role does things like fan feedback and DLC play in that process?

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If you're one of the many that couldn't get your hands on a Nintendo Switch console, you may be in luck this week. GameStop has more stock on the way this week, being sold as both stand-alone consoles as well as included in different bundles with accessories and games such as Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Snipperclips, Splatoon 2, or Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

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It's not quite the apocalypse we were expecting, but we may very well be approaching the end of the world for the inhuman looking avatars inside of your Wii U. Recent datamining into the Wii U's most recent updates has shown traces that Nintendo is planning on halting their support for the Miiverse service that launched alongside the console five years ago.

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The joys of monotonous grinding and superfluous quests have been a staple of classic MMORPGs of the past. Today, you can see many of the same mechanics in mobile games. It only makes sense that the two worlds would eventually collide, and now they have. Jagex has announced that its famed MMO, RuneScape, would finally come to mobile platforms after years of rumors. The announcement revealed that the game would not only contain its complex, modern form, but it will also come with a full fledged version of Old School RuneScape, a version of the game revived from a 2007 backup that has become even more popular than the newer version.

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One of the most unexpected things we saw from this year's E3 was Atari's announcement that they're making a brand new gaming console. Nobody really knew what was going to be on the console, and there weren't many details about the concepts for their new AtariBox. Now, though, the picture has grown a little clearer, as Atari displayed new images of their console and talked a little bit about the games that will be playable on the new system.

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