Finally, we have a bit of good news relating to the recent Telltale closure saga. With the studio's closure, the fate of the remaining half of The Walking Dead: The Final Season hung in the balance, though the studio has been working to find a studio to finish it. All those efforts have paid off, as Skybound Games announced this weekend that they had reached a deal with Telltale to finish the two unreleased episodes.

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If there's one thing Square Enix is good at when it comes to Kingdom Hearts, it's releasing compilation packages. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX were first released for the PlayStation 3 in 2013 and 2014, respectively. These were followed by Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue in early 2017 and Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX a few months later, both on the PlayStation 4. Now, Square Enix is releasing one more package before Kingdom Hearts III drops next year.

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Pokémon GO, the hit mobile game from Niantic, has come a long way since its debut in the Summer of 2016. When the monster-catching AR game first kicked off, the only creatures available were the original Pokémon from the Kanto region of Red, Blue, and Yellow. Over the years Niantic has slowly, but steadily, rolled out new features, including Pokémon from Johto, Hoenn, and even the Alola region. Now they're ready for the next big step!

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Nintendo doesn't plan to launch a traditional Virtual Console on Switch, which has left many fans wondering how they'll distribute their classic games this generation. Some NES games are now available to Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, and there's been some indication that Super Nintendo games will eventually follow, but what about the Game Boy? A recently discovered patent may hold the answers.

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During this year's E3, Xbox boss Phil Spencer teased that Microsoft was building "a game-streaming network to unlock console-quality gaming on any device." Today that vision was finally unveiled to the world as Project xCloud. With this upcoming service, you'll be able to stream games that were previously console exclusives to PCs, phones, and tablets.

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My Hero Academia just made a huge splash at the box office with its first feature film, and soon it's heading to the realm of video games as well. My Hero: One's Justice is already out in Japan, and in a few weeks it'll be available in the West as well. The anime fighting game boasts an extensive roster of playable heroes and villains, and that roster will continue to grow as more DLC characters are revealed.

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Way back in 2015 we reported that 20th Century Fox was planning to work with Capcom on a live-action Mega Man film. After the initial buzz, the project went totally silent for years, but today Capcom is making some noise. In a new press release, Capcom announced that they're officially partnering with 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment to bring Mega Man to the big screen.

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If you thought Game Freak and The Pokémon Company would slow down on their Legendary giveaways, you'd be dead wrong. Just days after announcing that Zeraora is finally coming to Sun and Moon, another distribution event has already been announced. This time around it's the flagship Pokémon of the fifth generation: Zekrom and Reshiram.

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Nintendo Switch got off to an incredible start when it launched in March of last year, outpacing some of the most successful consoles of all time through its first year. Those numbers have dropped off a bit in 2018 (though they may pick up soon with Nintendo's incredible holiday lineup), and that has Nintendo thinking about the console's long-term viability. According to the latest report from The Wall Street Journal, Nintendo plans to reignite sales with new hardware next year.

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Telltale's closure announcement couldn't have come at a worse time for fans of The Walking Dead. The Walking Dead: The Final Season is only halfway completed but, due to the coming closure, will not currently be finished. There is hope, but only if another company swoops in to finish the remaining two episodes. As a result of this inability to complete the promised content, sales of The Walking Dead: The Final Season have been indefinitely halted across digital platforms.

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There's no question that CD Projekt Red's video game adaptations of Andrzej Sapkowski's The Witcher franchise have been wildly successful. So much so, in fact, that the author has recently demanded over 60 million Polish Zlotys ($16 million USD) from the company for copyright royalties. CD Projekt Red revealed the demand in a report to its investors yesterday, claiming that the demand is "groundless with regard to their merit" because they legally acquired the copyrights needed to make the games.

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The town of Inkopolis is gearing up to get in the Halloween spirit. From 6:00 PM EST on October 19th through 6:00 PM EST on October 21st, kids and squids worldwide will be able to enjoy Halloween decorations throughout the town of Splatoon 2, as well as in the various stages. Inklings will also be able to grab exclusive Halloween gear from the Switch post system.

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Last month, Nintendo treated us to a listing of all the NES games coming to Switch this year through the new Nintendo Switch Online service. Most of these games were made available at launch, but nine titles were teased for the following months, though no specific dates were given. This month's offerings are Solomon's Key, Super Dodge Ball, and NES Open Tournament Golf. These three titles will be added to the service on October 10th, so if you're as anxious for some more games as I am, you won't have to wait too much longer!

Get ready to ruin your friendships, everyone! In just two days Nintendo unleashes Super Mario Party on the world. The latest entry in the long-running party franchise looks to return to its roots while offering new experiences in the form of additional game modes, like River Survival and the online Mariothon minigame mode. Is it a successful return to form for a series that has struggled in recent years?

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