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A few weeks ago, some Kingdom Hearts III rumors about a Monsters, Inc. world started popping up. The rumor seemed mostly credible, with screenshots to back it up, but some fans remained skeptical and waited for official word from Disney or Square Enix. Luckily, they didn't have to wait too long.

D23 is currently going on in Japan, and Disney revealed two brand new trailers for Kingdom Hearts III. Head inside to check them out!

Tomorrow marks the first anniversary of Fire Emblem Heroes, and so Nintendo and DeNA are commemorating the occasion with a bevy of special events. The fun began last week with another round of "Choose Your Legends," where fans voted for special editions of favorite characters to appear in the mobile game later this year, and tonight, at 11pm Pacific, the celebrations begin in earnest as Heroes will be updated to feature new maps, bonuses, and modes.

Read on after the jump for more details!

The month ahead for the Nintendo Switch is brimming with some award-winning indie games, and it starts strong as the eShop welcomes a variety of quality experience this week. Get ready to test your Metroidvania prowess, sharpen your dungeon-crawling and rhythmic senses, or pack your bags to return to a hometown gone wrong among your featured Nintendo Downloads!

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While the Xbox Game Pass will receive a major expansion next month, Microsoft's Games with Gold program is still going strong for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, and with a new month comes four new games up for grabs. February's catalog of free games for Gold members includes a reboot of a 1997 PC title, an Assassin's Creed sidescroller, and a pair of backwards compatible racers.

Hit the jump for this month's Games with Gold trailer!

Nintendo's online eShop catalog is welcoming the releases of all kinds of digital games this week, and if you're among those who picked up a Nintendo Switch this past Christmas and are looking for more bang for your buck, a lot of high profile titles for the console are currently on sale for up to 30% off. Here's to hoping your wallets aren't hurting too much after the holidays!

Read on after the jump for details on this week's newest selections, featuring Celeste—the latest game from TowerFall developer Matt Makes Games, Inc.—and the definitive version of Pokémon Crystal for Nintendo 3DS.

One of my most anticipated games of the year, the new God of War, is set to bring a fresh take on the franchise as it transitions from Greek to Norse mythology. While some may be skeptical of this decision, I'm excited to see what new life it brings to the franchise. Luckily, God of War fans like myself won't have too much longer to wait. God of War launches on PlayStation 4 on April 20th!

Head inside to see the new trailer and to find out about the special editions!

There are just two more months to go until Kirby's newest venture, Kirby Star Allies, hits the Nintendo Switch. Already there is plenty for fans to get excited about, with Kirby Super Star-style coop gameplay, new Copy Abilities, ability combos, and most importantly (let's be honest with ourselves here), a handsomely rugged and super buff King Dedede.

Last week's Nintendo Direct Mini hinted at the game's plot revolving around "an unknown deep space threat," giving us an early look at Star Allies' opening cinematic cutscene. Now, the official Kirby Twitter has shared another clip from the opener, this time from the King of Dream Land's perspective. Check out the short clip after the jump!

"Be Legendary" looks to be the modus operandi from The Pokémon Company for 2018. The company behind the worldwide gaming phenomenon is celebrating the mythical monsters that have often adorned mainline game box arts with a number of activities on the official website, a new line of Pokémon TCG products coming soon, and—for owners of seventh generation Pokémon titles—Legendary Pokémon distributions throughout the year.

Starting in February, select retailers will be giving out these powerful beasts to Gen VII trainers in pairs and rotating between sets every month, although the Legendary you will receive will depend on the game you are playing. Read on after the jump for more details!

Yesterday, Nintendo announced "a new interactive experience for Nintendo Switch that's specially crafted for kids and those who are kids-at-heart." This new project was revealed as "Nintendo Labo," a do-it-yourself kit that allows various unique interactions with your Nintendo Switch system.

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Quite possibly one of the strangest Pokémon games in recent times, Great Detective Pikachu has seen some success in Japan, at least enough to warrant a full-fledged movie starring Ryan Reynolds. Though the film is just starting to shoot, Western fans can get in on the hype starting March 23rd when Detective Pikachu hits stores in North America and Europe. The game will launch alongside a Detective Pikachu Amiibo that's almost twice as tall as a regular Amiibo. When scanned into the game, this figure will provide short videos which can give you some helpful hints.

Are you excited to finally get to play Detective Pikachu? If you are, head inside to see the trailer, box art, and the Amiibo!

Back in 2014, Ubisoft decided to release two brand new Assassin's Creed games on the same day. Assassin's Creed Unity was released on the brand new Xbox One and PlayStation 4 systems and was widely received as a colossal failure. This overshadowed the release of the other game, Assassin's Creed Rogue, which featured the popular pirate gameplay from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and released on the older Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles.

If you missed Rogue because it had to live in the shadow of Unity, you're in luck. Ubisoft is remastering the game for PS4 and Xbox One, even though it's only been a little over three years since the original game launched. Head inside for more!

The 2017 PlayStation Experience rediscovered many 2018 PlayStation 4 releases and featured in-depth interviews with many developers. Trailers also debuted for many anticipated releases, including Monster Hunter World. One of the biggest parts of this trailer in particular revealed that a 3D model of the 8-bit hero Mega Man will be able to be used as a skin for your Felyne partner, and weapons and abilities from the Mega Man series will make an appearance too!

Spring jump off of Rush to read about more highlights of PlayStation Experience 2017!

The world of Metro: Exodus looks more frightening and unlivable every time it's shown off. The Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC game was detailed in its harsh post-nuclear landscape of snow and recognizable Metro franchise mutants. The overlying narration sounds melancholy and ominous, and there is plenty of time for more excitement to brew before the game drops in fall of 2018.

Make the jump to watch the brand new trailer!

Payday and its sequel are beloved by many gamers for their fun co-op multiplayer. Now the creators of these games are bringing fun multiplayer action to a science fiction setting. In GTFO, players will face numerous alien threats as they try to survive in a space station. You will face many threats as you work together to survive. Check out the reveal trailer after the jump!

Before The 2017 Game Awards began, the creators of Job Simulator shared with host Geoff Keighley that their next project—titled Vacation Simulator—will be headed to PlayStation VR next year. A controllable human character will be able to interact with robot companions on a colorful beach, and that alone seems intriguing.

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