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Nintendo dropped the exciting news that Super Smash Bros. is officially coming to Nintendo Switch sometime later this year. The latest entry in the popular fighting franchise will be playable at E3, so it won't be long until we get to enjoy our first look at the game. In the meantime, it's time to reflect on the existing entries in the beloved franchise. From the nostalgic days of Nintendo 64 to the first HD entry on Wii U, which Smash is your all-time favorite?

Click inside the article to cast your vote and help us decide the winner!

It's a great time to be a fan of classic PlayStation games. Last year we were treated to the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy‏ on PlayStation 4 (with Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC versions on the way), and later this year, Spyro will get the same treatment. These remasters give newcomers the ability to experience the early PlayStation hits re-imagined on modern hardware, and they're also a great way for nostalgic veterans to relive old favorites. If you're a longtime fan who remembers when these games made their debut, which classic trilogy do you think was better? Hit the jump to cast your vote and join the debate!

SEGA's Sonic franchise was one of the hottest names in gaming during the glory days of Genesis. The original trilogy along with Sonic & Knuckles were all critically-acclaimed masterpieces in the early 1990s. Since then, the series has transitioned into 3D, and SEGA has experimented (for better or worse) with lots of changes to the classic gameplay. Fans of the old style were treated to a revival of that formula with last year's spiritual successor, Sonic Mania. Of all the games in this traditional Sonic style, which is the all-time best?

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It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. Our last Game Clash was a matchup of team-based shooters, and Overwatch easily beat Team Fortress 2, taking nearly 61% of the vote.

With all the news about Yooka-Laylee popping up recently, I'm feeling nostalgic for some classic Rare. As such, this week's Game Clash is a Banjo-Kazooie battle. Is the original game better, or did the series really reach its peak with Banjo-Tooie? Click below to cast your vote and help decide the winner!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. Last week's Game Clash was a battle of two bizarre RPGs, and SNES classic EarthBound took just under 55% of the vote to beat out indie darling Undertale.

This week's match-up features a pair of team-based shooters with personality. Team Fortress 2 originally launched as part of The Orange Box back in 2007, and it quickly became one of the most beloved team-based shooters around. Overwatch released earlier this year to high praise, and it has already pulled in multiple game awards. Which critically-acclaimed team shooter is better? Click below to cast your vote and help us decide!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. We just wrapped up a month of Pokémon Game Clashes, and you voted Generation II: Gold, Silver, and Crystal as the best Pokémon games of all time.

This week's Game Clash stars a pair of quirky RPGs with passionate fan bases. EarthBound is virtually synonymous with "cult hit," and its mix of humor, dark themes, and modern setting made it a unique and fantastic experience that kept players on their toes at all times. Indie sensation Undertale draws inspiration from EarthBound but feels unique itself thanks to its all-important morality focus (and the multiple endings associated with it) and a memorable cast of characters. Which of these fan-favorite RPGs is best? Click below to cast your vote!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. We've been doing a month of Pokémon battles in preparation for the launch of Pokémon Sun and Moon, and now that they're here, it's time for one final showdown. Over the past few weeks, you voted for Generation II over Generation I, Generation III over Generation IV, and Generation V over Generation VI, and now the winners are going head to head. Click below to cast your vote and decide the Pokémon champion!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. We've been doing a month of Pokémon battles in preparation for the launch of Pokémon Sun and Moon, and Generation III beat out Generation IV with 55% of the vote in last week's poll.

The final Pokémon Game Clash takes us to the regions of Unova and Kalos. Pokémon Black and White left the past behind to focus on a new batch of Pokémon, then bucked tradition by leading into sequel games instead of a third version. X and Y introduced new mechanics like Mega Evolution and brought the series to Nintendo 3DS. Which generation is better? Hit the jump to cast your vote and join the debate!

It's time for another installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every week, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. Last week we continued with our month of Pokémon match-ups by pitting the first generation against the second generation, and Johto's adventures won with a whopping 79.36% of the vote.

For this week's match-up, we head to the regions of Hoenn and Sinnoh. Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald introduced many prominent game features, such as Pokémon natures and special abilities, and starred two competing villain teams for a more elaborate story. Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum made further changes to the game's formula, including categorizing moves as physical or special based on an individual basis, and starred Cyrus and Team Galactic on a quest to create a new world. Which generation is superior? You decide with your votes!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. Last week, we kicked off a month of Pokémon themed Game Clashes (in anticipation of Pokémon Sun and Moon) with a battle between two Pokémon spin-offs on Nintendo 64, and Pokémon Stadium took over 59% of the vote to beat Pokémon Snap.

This week we continue our month of Pokémon with a clash between the classics. Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow were the games that started it all, introducing us to the wonders of the original 151 Pokémon, the Kanto region, Team Rocket, and countless memories. Gold, Silver, and Crystal built on the originals with new mechanics, a new region, and 100 more monsters to catch. Which generation is superior? You decide with your votes!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every weekend, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. Last week was a Paper Mario showdown, and you overwhelmingly chose Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year-Door as the best game in the franchise with an impressive 65.31% of the vote.

This week's Game Clash is a battle of popular fan-made games. AM2R: Return of Samus is a remake of Metroid II: Return of Samus with gameplay and graphics similar to Zero Mission, new areas and music, and more. Pokémon Uranium Version is an all-new Pokémon experience with an original story, original Pokémon, a new type, and more. Which one of these two impressive fan projects is the better game? Hit the jump to cast your vote!

It's time for another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every Saturday, we pit two (or more) games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. Last week, you voted for Super Mario Sunshine in a showdown of 3D Mario games, with the GameCube classic edging out Super Mario Galaxy by the narrow margin of 50.51% to 49.49%.

To celebrate the launch of Paper Mario: Color Splash, this week's Game Clash is a Paper Mario showdown! With five titles from Nintendo 64 to Wii U, Paper Mario is a fantastic spin-off series, but which game is the best? Hit the jump and cast your vote!

After a lengthy absence, we're happy to announce the return of Gamnesia's Game Clash! In this weekly segment, we take two games (or sometimes more, for special occasions) and pit them against each other, and the victor is decided by your votes. It could be two games in the same franchise, two titles competing in the same genre, an original work and a spiritual successor, or just about anything else that we think will make for a good fight. Hit the jump to vote in this week's match-up: Super Mario Galaxy vs. Super Mario Sunshine!

With E3 2015 coming to a close, the time for debate has begun. This year there were more conferences than ever before, with Bethesda, Square Enix, and even PC all having their own conferences alongside the big guns of Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, EA, and Ubisoft. While each conference had its own incredible moments (some more than others), no conference was outright bad. Even so, the sheer amount of incredible games and services announced this year made E3 2015 one of the best E3's we've ever had.

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E3 has been incredible so far, with five content-packed press conferences and still more to come. Bethesda kicked things off last night with a strong first-ever press conference, and it's been non-stop news since then with strong showings from Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, and Sony. With so many big announcements like Fallout 4, Sea of Thieves, Star Wars: Battlefront, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and a remake of Final Fantasy VII, there's lots to be excited about. Which press conference has been the best so far? Click below to cast your vote!