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It's been a long time coming for Breath of the Wild fans, but we finally have a release date for the The Champions' Ballad DLC pack. Surprise, it's actually available tonight! You read that correctly, tonight! Aside from the previously-announced story content and new dungeon, this pack features some new costumes, a warpable horse, and, once you beat all the challenges in the DLC, even a motorcycle dubbed the "Master Cycle Zero."

Are you ready to dive back into the world of Breath of the Wild and learn even more about the Champions? Check out the trailer inside and don't forget to actually download the pack!

Firewatch was a huge story-driven indie success of 2016, and now the developers at Campo Santo have a new game in the works. In the Valley of Gods was revealed as their next release, due for launch in 2019. The game will feature an animated duo exploring what looks to be ancient Egyptian ruins in the days of old film cameras.

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The pre-show for the 2017 Game Awards kicked into a higher gear with the announcement that the famous story of World War Z will be getting a video game adaptation for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The gameplay looks reminiscent of the upcoming Days Gone for PlayStation 4, and I guess we will see if the game is more faithful to the novel than the Brad Pitt film was.

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2017 has proven to be a tumultuous time for many reasons, but as it comes to an end, players from all walks of life can relax tonight and reflect on some fantastic games the industry had to offer over the past year. Geoff Keighley is back with The Game Awards for another round, bringing with it a night of accolades and world premieres to remember.

You can watch the livestream right here on Gamnesia after the jump, and keep your fingers crossed for your favorites to take home some awards. Which game are you hoping will win the coveted Game of the Year Award? Share your thoughts with us inside!

The Game Awards are finally being presented tomorrow, and many gamers are excited to see which title from 2017 will claim the prestigious Game of the Year award. To add to this excitement, there will be many special guests to hand out the awards this year.

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We've known for a while now that the Japanese exclusive Great Detective Pikachu is being adapted to the big screen by Legendary Entertainment. While the concept seems strange, there's a ton of talent behind it, such as Alex Hirsch, Nicole Perlman, and Rob Letterman. Recently, Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton were cast as the film's male and female lead respectively. With a ton of big names going into the production of the movie, many fans were left wondering who would play the Great Detective Pikachu. One fan favorite was Danny DeVito, but it seems another actor has stepped up to the role instead: Ryan Reynolds.

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Update: The weather system will arrive later this month as a separate update, but Gen III Pokémon are still coming later in the week.

Original: Attention, Pokémon Trainers! A big update is planned for release later this week for Niantic's Pokémon GO, one that will surely delight those who grew up playing Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, if not their recent respective remakes. Among the likes of Treecko, Torchic, and Mudkip, fifty more Hoenn region Pokémon will soon be available for capture within the mobile game—joining their spookier compatriots from the Halloween update—as well as a dynamic weather system that will affect gameplay.

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Capcom has officially announced a new Mega Man game, the first new entry in the Mega Man series since the release of Mega Man 10 back in 2010. Mega Man 11 will be a side-scrolling platformer, like all its predecessors, but now with high-definition 3D graphics. The game is expected to come out for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in "late 2018."

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Earlier today, during the livestream for Mega Man's 30th anniversary, Capcom announced that Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2 will be coming to the Nintendo Switch next spring. These two collections, along with the upcoming Mega Man 11, which is also coming to Nintendo Switch next spring, comprise the entire mainline Mega Man series, from 1987 to the present day.

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Ten days ago, Bandai Namco Entertainment teased an upcoming game project that sent fans of Kōhei Horikoshi's hit manga My Hero Academia into a frenzy, providing no other hint beyond an egg tumbling out of a microwave and a countdown. The countdown has since reached its anticipated end, and so the teaser site has transformed into the webpage for Bandai Namco's newly revealed My Hero Academia: One's Justice, produced by Magicians Dead and Gunslinger Stratos developer Byking. Little is known about the game at this time, with more details and a teaser trailer forthcoming at Jump Festa 2018 within two weeks.

Check out the gallery after the jump for an early look at One's Justice!

The Final Fantasy series celebrated its 30th anniversary this year with the release of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age and a brand new expansion to Final Fantasy XIV called Stormblood. A constant stream of DLC has also been coming out for Final Fantasy XV. So far it's been a great year for fans of the series, but it looks like Square Enix won't be holding back any Final Fantasy goodies in 2018.

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The Nintendo Switch has yet to wrap up its first year on store shelves, and with a number of blockbuster releases already under its belt, another highly anticipated title is set to drop for the hybrid platform tomorrow. JRPG lovers are looking forward to sink their teeth in Xenoblade Chronicles 2, but recent comments by Monolith Soft president Tetsuya Takahashi have also caught the attention of fans of the Nintendo subsidiary's Wii U venture.

In an interview with Japanese gaming publication 4Gamer, Takahashi shared some interesting comments on Xenoblade Chronicles X and the possibility of a Nintendo Switch port for the game in the future.

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It's hard to believe Nintendo was against developing mobile games for their franchises not too long ago. Super Mario Run was amazingly popular, and Fire Emblem Heroes has made bank through microtransactions. It looks like Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp might end up being the best of both worlds for Nintendo; the mobile game featuring a condensed version of the famous life simulation formula sporting animal characters has already been downloaded more than 15 million times worldwide in its first six days on the market.

Continue reading to learn more about Nintendo's mobile game success!

Nintendo has gotten into the game of distributing DLC for their first party titles relatively recently compared to other companies. That being said, it usually proves worthwhile, whether it's the extra cups in Mario Kart 8 or the challenging two-pack expansion to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This makes the potential for even more DLC for the Switch's launch title juggernaut all the more tantalizing, and there is reason to believe there could be more adventuring coming our way.

Hop off the Great Plateau and paraglide into the full article to learn why the Zelda community is speculating!

Jason Michael Paul has been inspired by video games and the music therein for years. His production company has brought the now famous Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses to stages around the world since 2011, and now it seems he finds himself wanting to create a similar symphony for the Super Mario series.

Triple jump into the full post to see what Paul has to say in full!