E3 has just wrapped up in Los Angeles, and several Gamnesia staff members got the opportunity to peruse the show floor over the past week, trying out upcoming games from numerous developers big and small. We're all pretty exhausted and glad to be back in the comfort of our own homes, but we also had a great time and played a lot of exciting games.

Before ending our trip, we all met up in the hotel one last time to record our impressions from three days on the show floor, including our thoughts from our extensive hands-on time with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at Nintendo's press appointment area. In addition to the excitement of Smash, we share our thoughts on Marvel's Spider-Man, Mega Man 11, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee, and lots more! Head inside to check it out!

Nintendo Switch is getting a brand new Super Smash Bros. game packed with every character in the franchise's history! In addition to providing a full roster, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has also received a visual overhaul, with every stage and character being tweaked and upgraded. The good folks at GameXplain have already put together a comparison video to show how the new stacks up against the old.

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It's been nearly two years since Pokémon GO made its debut, and developer Niantic has slowly been rolling out new features ever since. The ability to trade Pokémon with fellow trainers has been a staple since the beginning of the franchise, but it hasn't yet made its way to GO. Thankfully that's all changing soon!

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My Hero Academia's anime adaptation reached new heights of excitement with yesterday's episode, and there's still so much more yet to come. If you're hooked on the show and want to experience more of that world, you'll want to check out My Hero: One's Justice, Bandai Namco's take on the popular manga and anime series. During E3 we received a new trailer and a release window for the upcoming 3D fighter, and we also got to go hands-on.

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Nier: Automata is one of the best games that came out last year. It blew everyone away with its amazing gameplay, gripping story, and one heck of a soundtrack to jam out to. It was only a matter of time before fans started begging Square Enix to port the games to other systems.

Director Yoko Taro, Producer Yosuke Saito, and designer Takahisa Taura were all recently on an E3 stream. To start, they apologized for taking so long with the port. Inevitably though, the whole team starts joking about a Nintendo Switch version.

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Ever since the Nintendo Switch was announced, fans have been anxious to hear the gaming giant announce some form of Virtual Console service for people who enjoy the classics. However, the Switch has been out for almost a year and a half, and Nintendo has remained silent about the popular service. Some fans believed the company might be replacing the Virtual Console with the perks of Nintendo Switch Online. Unfortunately, that fear is now a reality.

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Nintendo Switch launched without any of the usual suspects in the realm of streaming apps. No Netflix. No Hulu. Just games. The idea was to present Switch at launch as a games-focused console that you can pick up and play without distraction. Over a year later, the console is still fairly lacking in the app department (although it does now have Hulu), but that could be changing in the future.

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Bethesda had everyone laughing during their press conference Sunday night when they debuted a new trailer for "Skyrim: Very Special Edition," an obvious joke that advertised a new version of the game coming to Amazon Alexa. It was great to see them poking fun at themselves, taking an old internet joke and running with it, but then everything turned on its head when people discovered that the app was, in fact, a real thing.

Now Bethesda's Pete Hines has spoken up about how they came up with the joke, as well as what led them to making it an actual thing that exists. Head inside for more!

E3 finally wrapped up yesterday, following five days (six, if you count EA's events as a part of it) of announcements, interviews, and streams concerning the biggest and best upcoming video games. But it's never too early to start thinking about next year, and so, as per usual, the ESA has already provided the dates of E3 2019. It will look pretty similar to this year's, taking place in the second full week of June once again.

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Having DLC become available for games post-launch has become a common sight in the industry in recent years, but the Kingdom Hearts franchise has yet to embrace such practices. That may be changing for Kingdom Hearts III, as a new interview from IGN with series creator and director Tetsuya Nomura has revealed that he would like to include post-launch content in the game. At the moment, he doesn't know what that content might be, though he does have some ideas.

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Nintendo's E3 show floor has been packed with thousands of attendees over the past week, and unsurprisingly Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! are some of the most popular games around. With hundreds of eager fans lining up to play, wait times were as long as three hours. Are these remakes worth the wait?

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Plenty of games were shown off at E3 this week, but for Nintendo there was one primary game that, understandably, received the most focus of all: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Described as the biggest crossover in gaming history, it will have at least 66 fighters battling on over 80 stages when it launches this December. Nintendo Treehouse gave the game a lot of love during their livestream, and we've gathered all of them together in one place for your viewing pleasure.

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During the E3 Direct, Nintendo announced a new piece of content for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Titled Torna ~ The Golden Country, it takes players back in time to 500 years before the events of the main game, allowing us to experience a war only discussed in 2's campaign. During Nintendo Treehouse Live, we got our first look at how this will play out, with the team playing through the first twenty-five minutes of the new expansion. We also get a few hints of story beats, as well as some new and returning mechanics.

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Tuesday's E3 Nintendo Direct gave countless viewers a shock when Sakurai, having caved to fan demand, announced Ridley as a fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Personally, though, I got nearly as much of a jolt (and even more excitement) from another surprise reveal earlier in the Direct: a reveal trailer for Killer Queen Black, an adaptation of BumbleBear Games' hit arcade game Killer Queen for home platforms. For the final segment of today's Nintendo Treehouse stream, we got a closer look at Killer Queen Black's gameplay and its changes from the arcade version.

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Last year's E3 gave us a trailer that would stun audiences, with a story that will dive into the depths of HP Lovecraft's beloved story The Call of C'thuhlu. Staying true to the investigative spirit of the story, the title brings us face-to-face with the cosmic beings outside our human understanding and plunges us into the mystical horrors of the Lovecraftian universe. A new trailer released on YouTube provides a surprising treat for Lovecraft fans of this day and age, while also giving us a look at the powers that be.

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