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Kingdom Hearts III has been in development for what feels like an eternity, and internal and external delays have pushed its release date back, but there's finally a light at the end of the tunnel. The highly-anticipated crossover game is set for release next January, and there will be no further delays as director Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed that development is complete. This news was accompanied by an extensive new trailer that shows off the game's numerous worlds.

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Capcom's classic survival-horror game Resident Evil 2 will soon be reborn in the beautiful new RE Engine, giving fans old and new alike the chance to experience the terrors of Raccoon City in HD. You can get your hands on the Resident Evil 2 remake on January 25, 2019, but in the meantime, PlayStation Underground has just uploaded fifteen minutes of new gameplay footage featuring Claire, Sherry, and the dreaded Lickers.

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The wait is almost over for fans of Nintendo's hit fighting series, as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is coming to Nintendo Switch next month. We recently got a Nintendo Direct packed with 40 minutes of Smash goodness, but if that's still not enough to satisfy your longing for the game, Nintendo just released an extensive overview trailer today. What does Smash Ultimate have to offer? Nintendo breaks it all down in seven minutes.

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After what seems like a couple years of delays (mostly because it actually has been that long), Microsoft recently announced that the long-awaited Crackdown 3 will be launching on February 15, 2019. The announcement came at X018, Microsoft's "global celebration of all things Xbox," as a new trailer showcasing the game's multiplayer mode was revealed. This mode, dubbed Wrecking Zone, is a 5v5 match featuring different modes and fully destructible environments. As a first-party exclusive, Crackdown 3 will be a part of both the Xbox Play Anywhere and Xbox Game Pass programs upon its launch.

The big day is finally here, Pokémon trainers! After months of hype-building by Game Freak and The Pokémon Company, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee are now available on Nintendo Switch. Return to Kanto to re-live the adventure that started it all, but with HD graphics, more modern gameplay, and a hint of Pokémon GO sprinkled in. To celebrate the launch, Nintendo UK has just put out one last trailer.

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Niantic had a dramatic rise to fame and fortune after Pokémon GO launched in 2016, and soon they'll be working with another beloved franchise. They've been teasing a Harry Potter project for quite some time now, and they recently launched the first teaser trailer for the upcoming game, dubbed Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.

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Nintendo recently launched an exciting new trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and the internet has been going crazy ever since. The trailer opens on a billboard featuring Smash artwork, then transforms into a massive Nintendo battle. It's a beautiful video that shows off the game's incredibly diverse cast in action, but fans noticed that it didn't have any background music. Well, now it has all the music.

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Detective Pikachu recently came to the West on 3DS, and soon it will be making the jump from the small, handheld screen to the massive theater screen. The movie adaptation, starring Ryan Reynolds as a talking Pikachu, began filming earlier this year, and it's slated for release in 2019. Today we finally got a good look at the upcoming film, as its first trailer dropped.

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We're just over one week away from the launch of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee on Nintendo Switch, and Game Freak continues to build hype with new teasers. Today they dropped two new trailers, one in English and one in Japanese. Both of them give us a look at the Elite Four, the four powerful trainers you'll need to best to become the League Champion, and there are plenty of other surprises as well.

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Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world right now, and developer Epic Games is using that status to attract some impressive partners. Earlier this year, Epic teamed up with Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe to bring Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet to the game. Next, they'll be shifting gears from superheroes to sports by partnering with the National Football League.

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In celebration of BlizzCon, the Overwatch team released a brand new short centering around everyone's favorite anachronistic cyborg cowboy, Jesse McCree. Set in the Old West-themed map Route 66, the new short introduces not just one, but two heroes coming to Overwatch in the near future.

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Today's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Direct (the final one before the game releases) ended with the revelation of an exciting new game mode called "World of Light." Kicked off by an intense cinematic, World of Light sees all the playable fighters (except Kirby) captured by Master Hands, taken to a strange, new land, and transformed into evil versions of themselves. Looks like Kirby's got his work cut out for him!

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Nintendo is almost ready to launch a new Smash Bros. game, and this time they're changing things up a bit. Instead of standard trophies, Smash Ultimate is introducing "Spirits" and a new mode to accompany them. These spirits are toy characters who have lost their physical form, and you can unlock them, train them, battle against other spirits, and even send them back to the physical world.

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Nintendo just kicked off the final Nintendo Direct before the launch of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and they wasted no time digging into the big reveals. The presentation opened with the reveal that Ken Masters from Capcom's Street Fighter franchise is joining the cast as a playable character. He'll be an echo fighter of Ryu based primarily on his appearance in Super Street Fighter II Turbo.

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Lavender Town, home to a haunted graveyard tower, was one of the most memorable locations in the first generation of Pokémon games. The town's creepy atmosphere and music really made it stand out, and Game Freak is hoping to revive that feeling in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee. Just in time for Halloween, they've released a new trailer that gives us our first look at Lavender Town reborn. Does it live up to expectations?

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