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Mario Tennis Aces is launching in a little under two months, but there's still a lot about the game which Nintendo is keeping under wraps. One such detail is the full roster, as even though we've had sixteen competitors confirmed, it's still expected that the final count will be even larger. Well, thanks to a preorder bonus, we now know of three additional veterans who will likely be returning for the Switch title.

Click below to find out which Mario mainstays are coming back to the court this June.

If you're a PlayStation 4 owner looking to flesh out your library without going broke, now is the perfect time. Sony is opening up the floodgates and drowning us in savings on PlayStation 4 exclusives. The PlayStation Store has slashed the price of games like The Last Guardian, Gravity Rush 2, Horizon Zero Dawn, and dozens of others. GameStop and Best Buy are already matching many of these prices.

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The Witcher began its life as a series of novels by Andrzej Sapkowski before becoming a hit video game franchise developed by CD Projekt Red, and soon it will evolve again. About a year ago we learned that Netflix is turning The Witcher into a TV series. Little was revealed in the months that followed, but we got a big update this week from showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich.

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Indie developer Campo Santo burst onto the scene in 2016 with the successful launch of Firewatch. Following their critically-acclaimed debut, the small studio used The Game Awards 2017 to unveil In the Valley of the Gods as their next project. Their Egyptian adventure is scheduled to launch in 2019, and it just got the backing of a major player in the industry. Campo Santo is no longer indie, as they've just been acquired by Valve.

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Nintendo Switch is about to get a game that was once so controversial it sparked United States Congressional hearings. Night Trap is a classic SEGA CD game (or interactive movie) where the player has to protect a group of teenage girls while watching them through a series of surveillance cameras. The game was accused of being excessively violent and sexual in nature, and Nintendo once declared that it would never appear on one of their consoles. Until now.

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Back in 2005, id Software teamed up with Universal Pictures to launch a Doom film starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. The film was trashed by critics and performed so poorly at the box office that Universal failed to make back what they spent on producing the movie. However, now that the Doom game series has been rather successfully rebooted, it appears that Universal is ready for another shot.

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Yesterday marked the launch of Nintendo's innovative new Nintendo Switch tie-in experience. Nintendo Labo allows you to create custom cardboard peripherals that interact with Switch features like HD rumble, infrared sensing, and the touch screen. It's an exciting new way for kids (and kids at heart) to learn and play, and workers in the field of education are already starting to take notice of its potential.

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Back in 2016 Ubisoft announced plans to turn The Division into a film starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal. We've heard relatively little in over a year and a half since then, but we finally have an update. Following writer/director Stephen Gaghan's departure from the project, Deadpool 2's David Leitch has been tapped to direct the upcoming film.

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Have you ever looked at the SEGA Saturn and thought, "I sure wish I could weigh myself on this"? Well, your dreams are about to come true. Japanese scale maker Tanita just came out with a Saturn-themed product, which can track all sorts of things related to your health.

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We already know that Crash Bandicoot will soon be on Switch, but now your Switch can be on Crash Bandicoot! Yeah, that's a bit confusing, so we'll clarify. Exquisite Gaming, seller of officially licensed video game merchandise, is now selling a 12 inch tall Crash Bandicoot statue that can hold your Nintendo Switch, a tablet, or PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers. You know, just in case you need that sort of thing.

You can check out this bizarre accessory by clicking below.

Sony Santa Monica's hotly-anticipated new God of War game is out now, and the reception has been stunning so far. According to early reviews, Kartos' adventure through Norse Mythology is the best game in the franchise. A key part of that positive reception has been based around the relationship between Kratos and his son, which is why it's pretty shocking to find out that Atreus was nearly cut out of the game altogether!

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The big day is finally here for Nintendo's new project. Nintendo Labo allows you to create custom cardboard peripherals that interact with Switch features like HD rumble, infrared sensing, and the touch screen. With Labo, you can go fishing, race a car, fight a giant robot, play the piano, and more. Nintendo Labo is finally available today, and Nintendo has recruited Bill Nye to show off its merits in a new video.

You can check it out by clicking below!

Something new is coming to the world of Pokémon. Game Freak is currently hard at work on a new Pokémon game (or perhaps a new generation of games), and one of its new features may have leaked. Thanks to the watchful eye of the folks at Serebii, we know that Game Freak, Nintendo, and Creatures Inc. have all filed a trademark for "Ultra Shiny" in Japan.

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We're just days away from the theatrical release of Avengers: Infinity War. The Avengers are up against their toughest foe yet, with Thanos aiming to destroy half the universe. We'll all be cheering for the heroes in theaters, but if some small part of you wants to explore the evil side of that conflict, you'll soon have the chance! The mighty villain will soon be joining LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 as a playable character.

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Super Smash Bros. Melee was one of the most popular titles on GameCube, and nearly 17 years later it still has a dedicated following of passionate fans. While the Smash series is generally associated with 1v1 showdowns or big party battles, the games also have a variety of extra modes, including a timed Break the Targets mission. All these years later, fans are still fighting for new world records on these modes, and one player recently succeeded.

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